Keep an Eye Out for These Diverse Romances

Tired of the same old romance story? Are you over reading books with the same characters arcs? Fear no more! There’ll be no more fretting about horribly familiar love stories when you’re done here. It’s about time we start reading things that actually reflect the real world we live in.

It’s fall, we’re gettin’ cozy, and who can go wrong with a love story to make us all warm inside? Enjoy this list of diverse romance novels hitting shelves this November through January. 


Archangel’s Heart by Nalini Singh (11/1)

 A beautiful archangel and his once-mortal consort are tossed into a twisted and desperate journey.

Semi-Scripted by Amanda Heger (11/8) 

Marisol is in Los Angeles trying to win money for her family back in Nicaragua, but a guy throws her plans off the rails.  

 21 Questions by Mason Dixon (11/15)

Kenya’s round at speed dating lands her two chances at love. She has to decide between Miss Right or Miss Right Now. 



The Firebird’s Tale by Anya Ow (12/6) 

The Prince has never smiled, but a royal decree says he has to marry the first person to make him. What happens when that person isn’t female…or human?

Dragon Spawn by Eileen Wilks (12/6)

Lily faces a powerful socerer who’s a dragon hatching gone wrong and must return to the place where she doesn’t want to go.

Taming Her Tycoon by Yahrah St. John (12/20)

Naomi runs into her high school crush, Lucius, years later. They engage in a complicated relationship, and a huge family secret threatens to break them apart. 



Getting Inside by Serena Bell (1/3) 

A steamy romance between the new female football coach and a linebacker on the team puts everyone in a frenzy.

Wanted, A Gentleman by K.J. Charles (1/9)

Divided into Acts, much like a play, Charles tells the story of Mr. Martin St. Vincent – a Merchant with a Mission, also a Problem & Mr. Theodore Swann – a humble Scribbler and Advertiser for Love.

Call to Honor by Tawny Weber (1/31)

After a Navy SEAL is killed and the body isn’t found, Lt. Diego has to decide to follow his code of honor, or let it go. Only one woman has the answers.