You definitely are a book lover, for you clicked on this post or you are a starter, trying to get there. But, whatever it is, we all love romance, don’t we? The magic in reading romance is nowhere found in reading sci-fi or mystery. We fall in love again and again while reading romance books. Films might play a major role in shaping our thought, but like they say, ‘the book is always better.’ Well, here are my recommendations of the best romance reads of 2014.
Archer’s Voice by Mia Sheridan
I have been intrigued by the tone of this book and its story line. It revolves around a girl named Bree Prescott who hopes against hope to find tranquility when she arrives in the sleepy, lakeside town of Pelion, Maine. But, she meets a man living with a wound on the first day itself. She helps Archer Hale, the mysterious one find his voice, which is buried deep inside him. Confronted with hatred, love and hardships, the book is a definite winner. Being an adult romance book, I recommend this to those who are 18 and above.
Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover
Let’s go back to the stereotype love stories. We all love them, don’t we? Maybe Someday is a love story of a twenty two year old Sydney who’s in college, works a stable job and has a lovely boyfriend. She lives with her roomie, Tori who also happens to be her best friend. Her life takes an unimaginable turn when she discovers that Hunter, the man she loved has been cheating on her. Sooner, she finds herself caught up by her attractive boy next door, Ridge. They both find something in each other attractive emotions.
Breakable (Contours Of The Heart #2)
Family plays the most important role in shaping young minds. Such is the story of Landon Lucas Maxfield who as a child believed that he had a perfect life in store for him. But when destiny tore his family apart, he doubted every little thing that came to him. The only thing he had hoped for was to forget the past and move on. It was a challenging task, until he met Jacqueline Wallace. He desired to be everything she ever needed. But, as easy as it seemed to him, he learnt that the soul is breakable and all that you ever wished for could be broken in the blink of an eye. You are inevitably going to love this If you have liked book one of the series.
Take a chance by Abbi Glines
Abbi Glines has done it again. After Fallen Too Far, she brings back Grant, the sexy playboy to us. Harlow’s rocker father sends her to live with her half sister Nan, while he goes on a tour. Harlow has to suppress herself for the next nine months, which is okay with her until she sees the ever-charming Grant, in his boxers, coming out of Nan’s room. In spite of knowing Nan’s venomous nature, Grant finds it hard to resist her. He discovers that Harlow makes him skip a beat and send his pulse racing. Though Harlow is attracted to him, she couldn’t fall for a guy who could find no difference between her and her arrogant sister, Nan. Grant is desperate to correct his reputation in Harlow’s eyes, but it seems he ruined all his chances before he even met her. I suggest you guys to read all the books in the series as the characters are intertwined.
After burn and Aftershock by Sylvia Day
One of the best first person novels I have ever come across.Two years later, Jackson Rutledge is back. The female protagonist, whose name I would not like to disclose thinks she, is not the girl he had known earlier. She has changed, but he hasn’t. She recollects every touch of his and how addictive it could be. He was like the page 3 celebrity who’s inner most circle consisted of sex, glamour, pride and pleasure. The author disclaims us with one rule to follow in the cult world of business: keep your enemies close and your ex-lovers closer