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Authors Who Make Small Towns Spicier


Check this out, readers!

  • Small towns that will make your heart skip a beat
  • Sugar, spice, and a nice small town man
  • Pick up one of these small town romances, or try a date featured in one!
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Small Town Romance Date Ideas

Since every couple needs to have at least one romantic date (Either intentionally or not) and there are so many unique ones that can happen in the small town romance category, these authors are offering some inspiration to potential readers…

Sounds fantastic! Plus, here at the I Love Romance Blog, we love discovering romance novels!

Let’s hear a little about them…

Needing a change of scenery, Jade and her best friend move to a small vacation town in Gorgeous. The first night there, Jade runs into an old crush and they both agree they should “catch up over coffee” and a chance for Jade to explore a town she’s never been to.

Take the plunge and go explore a town you’ve never been to! If it’s a long drive, you will have time to get to know your date even better. And if you enjoy the town, be like Jade and start a blog to write about it!

-Delilah Hall

In Four Weeks in September, Matt and Lenore get serious about their relationship after meeting by chance a few months before. One of the first places Matt takes her to on a date is a picnic style concert in an open air park.

What’s better than snuggles, snacks, and great music?

-Cecilia Conway

Luke and Madi, the young couple in Mistletoe Weddings, have few chances to have a date. They make stolen moments special where they can. One night after work, they find themselves alone in his mom’s house and the preparation of dinner and clean up after turns into a scene that resembles what it would look like if they were married.

-Carol Burnside

Wyatt and Ari come together to help his little girl heal in Saving Maddie. One of my favorite scenes in this book is when Wyatt and Maddie put together a birthday surprise for Ari. Plates of fruits and other food on the coffee table with a blanket on the living room floor. An evening just the three of them to watch movies and just be together. I still get chills when Wyatt goes to share something special and his five year old gets excited and beats him to it.

-Katina J. Rose

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Wow…these all sound like wonderful stories! ♥♥♥

The romantic ideas help as well. We hope to see you back on ILRB sometime. 

Happy reading, everyone! Have a great rest of your week!


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