Thursday, August 6, 2015

21 Top New Adult Romance Books

Here are 21 of the most popular New Adult Romance books today, in no particular order. I wish I could say I have read every one of them, but most are on my to-be-read list :). What are your favorites? What else would you ad?


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9 comments:

  1. It would be nice if links were posted forAmazon.ca.I live in Canada and can't buy ebooks off of us amazon. Just saying we like to read too. Alot authors don't post amazon.ca even Canadian authors. But it's extra work for people in Canada to work around to go to the Canadian site. Just a thought.

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  2. Hi Sophie, I hear you, and you are so right, most authors and bloggers don't do that and I can see it being frustrating for you. What I've started doing for my own books is to use a geo redirect, which will redirect the reader to the correct country based on where they are located. I do that on my website, http://clarissacarlyle.com, but haven't done it for blog posts yet.

    The easy workaround for now would be to click the US link, then change the URL from ".com" to ".ca". that should work. :)

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  3. Will not use Amazon as they do not allow direct download to desktop.

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    1. Actually, they do. There is a Kindle desktop app you can use to read any Kindle book. I've used it and it's quite good. Here's the link. Let us know how it works for you. :)

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    2. There's also the Kindle CloudReader, no desktop app needed.

      https://read.amazon.com/

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    3. Thanks, Kasey, you are right. The Kindle CloudReader works great too!

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  4. I think I have read almost all of these books! Loved them all!!

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  5. Awesome list I have read almost all of them and loved them all.

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  6. Absolutely agree about Jamie McGuire and Colleen Hoover's books, though I like Losing Hope and Walking Disaster, both from the man's point of view at least equally with the ones you've chosen. I also am totally enamored with Blair Babylon's Xan and Georgie series: Every Breath you Take, Wild Thing, Lay Your Hands on Me, and Nothing Else Matters. And equally moved by everything Laura Florand writes, but her Chocolate and Vie En Rose series are stunning explorations of the human heart, need, sensuality, defenses, and overcoming childhood wounds. The chocolatier,patisserie and perfume businesses in Paris and Provence make unforgettable and romantic sensual settings for her characters to work out their demons and love. Her writing is totally sensual both physically and emotionally.

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