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I’d never found a book that combined all of them – humour, investigation and goosebumps – so I decided the best thing to do was write one!I have a girl crush on my lead, Jayne Mc Cartney, and love her humour, and toughness, and intelligence – I wanted to write a heroine who I’d like to go to the pub with!This one was an Amazon freebie a couple of weeks ago. Part of the Crimson City series, book 1 of which was free @ Amazon some weeks ago. Historical Romance Sweet Release, by Pamela Clare Noble Intentions, by Katie Mc Allister Savage Autumn, by Constance O'Banyon. Romantic Mystery/Suspense Stolen Fury, by Elizabeth Naughton, part of her "Stolen" trilogy. 1st in a series, and very funny, even if not all that well written. Another book in it by Joy Nash (who also has a historical freebie below), is currently free in the Kindle store. See also "The Accidental Demon Slayer" above for a comedic take on PNR tropes. I hope it comes with baobab trees and a jealous flower.Peta: I was wondering if you would consider a list of reads that really made you laugh, like the seduction and snacks series by Tara Sivec. Witty banter, embarrassingly hilarious situations, laugh-out-loud funny. (my review of Seduction and Snacks and the The Chocolate Lovers Series Reading Order) Tangled (The Tangled Series) by Emma Chase I recommended this book on our Facebook page when Kristie asked for “…a clean, funny, love story with out too much drama” Maryse; Have you read Tangled… Which cinched that I needed to start this list, ’cause it was everything I was in the mood for, and didn’t even know it. until, she becomes his next assistant, and is subjected to his assistant-torture. The heroine is one of my absolute favorites ’cause she was just so real and sooooooo funny. I spent a Sunday afternoon in grin-mode, and by the end my cheeks were hurting. Of cours,e it’s pretty much all hate at first, as these Bradford men prove to annoy every single female-neighbor in their vicinity. And it’s such fun to go from her wanting to kick his door down and then kick his butt, to them actually becoming… Nichole agrees: “I read all three this weekend and they are hilarious. Laura recommended My Commander by Alanea Alder and it’s freakin hilarious! On the tampon scene…five paranormal alpha males trying to figure out what a period is and what tampons to get *giggling*Maryse: Okay this is ridiculous… Very funny, sweet romance read, I highly recommend it. the Losing It series (Cara Carmack); Shine not Burn (Elle Casey); For a Good Time Call (Trish Jensen); Mother of the Bride (Lynn Michaels); Boycotts and Barflies (Victoria Michaels); The Patty Dropper (Liv Morris); the Against the Wall series (Julie Prestsater); An Unplanned Lesson (Beth Rinyu); and the Girl Next Door series (CC Wood). Tracey and I look forward to reading your blog every day Julia Quinn has seemed to master the historical rom-com. The first two books are out and they are called “Temporary Bliss” and “True Bliss”. Sweet, wry and funny, and apparently, the author is a real person writing about a real relationship. If you love screwy dialogue and snappy banter, this is a delightful dish of angsty hilarity. I have read many of these romantic comedies, and others are on my to-read list.
If you like Susan Elizabeth Phillips and Kristan Higgins, you'll love Molly Cannon." —Mariah Stewart, New York Times bestselling author of Hometown Girl • Click here to read more about the author's work. Sharon Cullen The Notorious Lady Anne, Loving the Earl, Pleasing the Pirate, His Saving Grace, and Sebastian's Lady Spy.
Published with Grand Central Joanna Challis Eye of the Serpent. A thrill ride of hunky heroes, hilarious high-jinks, and heartwarming romance." —Lori Wilde, New York Times bestselling author The Tall, Hot & Texan Series Gotcha! "Sharon Cullen's The Notorious Lady Anne has everything I look for in a romance—swashbuckling adventure, a hero and heroine with sizzling chemistry, and nonstop, leap-off-the-page action.
Well, 20 free Dorchester Publishing books from their Leisure and Love Spell imprints have just shown up at Kobo, free for Canadians, at least. Romantic Comedy Divorced, Desperate, and Dating by Christie Craig. I read this on the bus, and it's got a roadkill-flinging senior citizen biker gang witch coven. Trouble in Mudbug, by Jana De Leon Paranormal Romance Crimson & Steam, by Liz Maverick. Also a great way to replace the dreaded Topaz format that the original Amazon freebie came as, if that matters to you. And maybe uses "raking out volcanoes" as a euphemism for something interesting.
Shweta: Currently, I am so tired of reading books which are full of angst and want to read a fun book. It would be so great if you can make a list of all fun reads. It seems I’ve been reading emotionally draining (just finished Raw) and stress inducing books lately. I just re-read Tara Sivec’s books and the Heller series by J. He’s her neighbor, he’s get’s plenty of nightly er… (Cocktail Series Reading Order) The Unidentified Redhead (The Redhead) by Alice Clayton Speaking of Alice Clayton, her “redhead” series is another laugh-out-loud recommendation. I’m not being biased ’cause I’m a redhead (*giggle*), this really is that funny! (my review of book #1: The Unidentified Redhead plus the reading order: The Redhead Series Reading Order) Seduction and Snacks (Chocolate Lovers #1) by Tara Sivec I was giggling so hard reading this one that I just had to read the funny parts to my husband. But she’s bound and determined to get his attention in the best possible way… ” Here is my review of (Playing for Keeps (A Neighbor from Hell Novel) & Perfection (A Neighbor from Hell). Benadryl and this book are 4EVER linked in my mind. What a fun-loving group of people and spectacular story line!!! That one will be release in March and it looks like amazing. Several of Susan Mallery’s Fool’s Gold Series are hilarious! Another author who is known for fun romance reads is Kristan Higgins. I am halfway through Sequence 2 and I love everything about these books! I love the Twenty-Eight and a Half Wishes series by Denise Grover Swank. And I am completely obsessed with see Jane score and nothing But trouble by Rachel Gibson. Last but definitely not least, are the games series by Jessica Clair/Jill Myles. I love funny and Sexy reads, they are definitely my go to read. A Dom, a stripper, and a doctor – but then she meets Daniel…and things start to change… I have also enjoyed many titles from Stephanie Bond.
I’m searching for a book to make me feel like Wallbanger did. exercise, and the bed-banging from his side of the wall keeps her up at night. The author is so funny in real-life, and she translates that perfectly to her quirky (but really ) heroines. What I love about her books is that no matter how “funny” they are, there IS a good dose of romantic angst to be experienced, too. Which meant a TON of it was read to my husband, and I got a kick out of his chuckling too. Plus here’s the Neighbors From Hell Series Reading Order Single White Vampire (Argeneau Vampire) by Lynsay Sands I think this was the first official “comedy romance” that I’d ever read, and I couldn’t believe my luck. Jean first and the the rest of you who kept recommending this book. I would have never read a book with that title and that cover if not for you lovely ladies. Can’t wait to meet the other two billionaires in this series by the oh so mysterious Max Monroe! Cristina: I just finished all the Bewitched and Bewildered books too! I’ve read only one of her books to date and enjoyed the humor a great deal! She is also coming out with Songs of Corruption soon and they look equally as delicious! I hope you’ll read them – they are hilarious, heartwarming and with a touch of drama and angst as well. Wallbanger was one of my favorites and can’t wait (not much longer now! Beautiful Bastard is another fave, and Christina Lauren (pen name I think) has a new series called Wild Seasons, and the first book, Sweet, Filthy Boy did not disappoint. Some of those that I’ve read were fab and the recent book that I’ve read is Katie Ashley’s Rock Chick Series and they were aces!