by Joanna Hart April 04, 2022
Maybe you binged your way through season 2 of Bridgerton and now you’re trying to recover from a romance hangover and need some relief. Not to worry, I have you covered!
I’ve rounded up 4 TV shows you can stream right now to make you swoon, laugh, and cry.
Virgin River - Watch on Netflix
Based on Robyn Carr’s novels by the same name, Virgin River follows nurse Melinda “Mel” Monroe as she looks for a fresh start when she answers an ad to work as a midwife/nurse in the remote town of Virgin River.
Through Mel’s eyes we fall in love with the town, its people, and the hero Jack Sheridan, bar owner and a former Marine. This series is perfect for people who love small town romance novels, wounded heroes, lighthearted stories with a dash of angst. Currently there are three seasons available on Netflix with a fourth season in the works!
A Discovery of Witches - Watch on Sundance Now
Based on Deborah Harkness' All Souls trilogy, this romantic fantasy series follows Diana Bishop, a historian and scholar who rejects her family’s magical legacy.
When Diana discovers a long-lost, mysterious manuscript that is said to contain the origin stories of witches, vampires, and daemons her life is put in danger. Enter Matthew Clairmont, a powerful vampire who offers her protection and helps her embrace her powers. If you love enemies-to-lovers, vampires, fantasy romance, and forbidden love, this one’s for you!
Descendants of the Sun - Watch on Hulu
This K-drama follows the love story of Captain Yoo Shi Jin, an elite soldier andKang Mo Yeon an emergency room doctor who fall in love as they face danger together in a war-torn country. If you’ve never experienced K-dramas before, this one is a great introduction! This show is perfect for you if you love fated love, forbidden love, opposites attract, military and second-chance romance.
Chesapeake Shores - Watch on Hallmark
Based on a series of novels by Sherryl Woods, Chesapeake Shores is a family saga-style romance. Abby, a single mother, moves back home to Chesapeake Shores, Maryland, to be closer to her family where she reunites with her high-school sweetheart, Trace, an up-and-coming country music star. This Hallmark series is an ensemble drama, Abby’s siblings all getting their own HEA’s. If you love second-chance romance, small town romance, family-saga, you'll like this show.
Based on Sweet Magnolias novels by Sherryl Woods, follows three lifelong friends and business partners, Maddie Townsend, Helen Decatur, and Dana Sue Sullivan as they support each other through highs and lows of love, career, and family. The books and the TV show explores love in all its forms. If you love small town romance, single parent, and stories full of southern charm, you'll enjoy this show!
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by Silvana Reyes May 09, 2023
by Silvana Reyes April 21, 2023
Look, sometimes you crave a fantasy book. You want action-packed scenes, high-stakes, fights, magic systems, and even talking animals. You want epic adventures that make the characters grow closer. But if you’re like me, you also want to read a romance book. How someone falls in love and finds their other half. How there are small moments between characters, like holding their hand and kissing their forehead, that make you fall madly in love with the book immediately. But what if you crave both of them at the same time? The good thing is that fantasy romance books exist; a little bit of one and a little bit of the other mixed together in one unique and beautiful book.
by Silvana Reyes April 10, 2023
Age gap romance novels have become increasingly popular in recent years, and for good reason. These books explore the complex dynamics of relationships between individuals of different ages, and the challenges that can come with such relationships.
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