Some of us could still use a small burst of joy to power through these next few weeks... not to mention some suitably breezy reading material for sunny days in the park. The good news is, YA rom-coms are just the ticket, and there are tons of amazing titles floating around these days. I’ve gathered five YA romances that will spark joy and provide a nice escape from the stress of daily life.
So, how do you tell the difference between those erotic reads worth picking up and the low-end smut to steer clear of? It’s all in the details...
I am pleased to announce a great book by Kendra Roberts, an author I met during my journey! This talented writer is stopping by to tell us about her contemporary romance, Home to Him, which released back in March! Woo hoo! It’s always fun to discover romance authors and books. 😀 Kendra is allowing us… Continue reading Book Feature with Q&A: Home to Him by author Kendra Roberts
Hi, readers! I am pleased to announce a very special post today on ILRB. We’re doing something a little different. This is our eighth official author interview on this romance blog! I know in the past, we did character interviews then switched over to the author’s take on it, but this approach is a bit… Continue reading Exclusive Interview with author Kaitlynzq, plus a look at romance audiobook, LEGEND OF SONG DE LIGHT!
This week’s I Love Romance Blog review selection is Boardroom, Bedroom by Gemma Snow. If you’re looking for a short story with a lot of meat and very little potatoes, this one's for you! Geneva is a business woman trying to finalize a deal and Dylan is the hot guy, heir to the company, standing… Continue reading Book Review: Boardroom, Bedroom by Gemma Snow
As a special Valentine’s Day edition of the weekly I Love Romance Blog review, this week’s selection is Valentine in Venice by Kaya Quinsey. This is another short story that I wish were longer (What can I say? I love to read!), but if you’re looking for a quick, entertaining story this Valentine’s Day -… Continue reading Book Review: Valentine in Venice by Kaya Quinsey