This subcategory contains reviews of Male-Female contemporary romance. Where applicable, one star = Excellent, two stars = Must Read.
Baby It's You Review
Male-Female romance Baby It's You by Jane Graves is a sprightly, funny opposites-attract romance set in small-town Texas with appealing characters in flighty, free-spirit Kari and gruff, protective Marc. The character nuances and interactions are especially good.
Male-Female romance Delectable by Adrienne Lee left me with a believability question, but otherwise delivers a light and fast-paced plot about second chances and the perils of start-up businesses.
Hot and Steamy
Looking for some reading material to match the summer weather? Check out two new romances.
Jill Shalvis is back this month with a fantastic new romance!
Knock Out Review
Male-Female romance Knock Out by Mallery Malone is a short erotic fiction about a woman boxer and her long-lost love and trainer, which delivers on its sexual promise with a satisfying undercurrent of emotional closeness achieved by the two romantic leads.
Only With You Review
Male-Female romance Only With You by Lauren Layne is an excellent romantic comedy and opposites-attract romance about a hapless party girl and an aloof businessman. The story manages to be equally funny and heartfelt.
Right Here, Right Now by HelenKay Dimon
HelenKay Dimonīs latest contemporary romance is out this month!
Stranded With Her Ex
This time out, we have one of Jill Sorensenīs two new contemporary romances out this month.
The Other Side of the Pillow Review
This is a pleasant story of an attractive African American couple coming together, but it's not a keeper for me because of the tight focus on two characters who seem subordinate to the story's message of second chances.
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