• The cover of the book The Proposal

    The Proposal

    Jasmine Guillory’s smoking modern day romance (and Reese Witherspoon book club pick!) opens with a very public marriage proposal on a JumboTron at a baseball game. Nikole Paterson, the black heroine of this spry story, says no to Fisher, her white boyfriend, and the matrimonial debacle goes viral, propelling Nik into the arms of a hot Latino doctor who rescues her from the gawking crowd at Dodger Stadium. Will Carlos stay her rebound or grow into something more?

  • The cover of the book The Bride Test

    The Bride Test

    We loved Helen Hoang’s first novel, The Kiss Quotient. In her sophomore effort, The Bride Test, she spins another heartwarming and hopeful tale. Khai, a wealthy Vietnamese-American accountant, is autistic and is resigned to a life without love. But when his mother sends Esme, an uneducated janitor of mixed race from Vietnam, to stay with him and be his eventual wife, his heart is upended.

  • The cover of the book Fumbled


    Curl up with a glass of wine to read this delicious novel that stars single mom Poppy Patterson, who is contentedly leading a full life without a man. But then T.K. Moore, a NFL star and Poppy’s former high school sweetheart, stumbles back into her life and she is roiled with emotion.

  • The cover of the book When Katie Met Cassidy

    When Katie Met Cassidy

    No bros here in this sassy and sexy story of two women falling in love. It centers on Katie, an erstwhile straight and straightforward woman who takes her sexuality to the limit with Cassidy, a sexually confident and commanding force. Even better, Perri sprinkles the tale with a bit of real estate porn and sex-toy shopping scenes for some riotously funny reading.

  • The cover of the book The Matchmaker's List

    The Matchmaker's List

    According to Raina Anand’s Indian immigrant community, being on the verge of 30 without a husband on the horizon is a horror. So, she allows her beloved grandmother, Nani, to commence a parade of suitors. The joy of this read is how Lalli mines the pull of Raina’s independence against the strength and support of her community through good times and bad.

  • The cover of the book Ayesha At Last

    Ayesha At Last

    In this modern retelling of Pride and Prejudice set in a Muslim community in Toronto, Ayesha dreams of being a poet and opposes her family’s wishes for her to marry early. Aggravating the situation are the dozens of suitors whose proposals her cousin Hafsa serially rejects. But then Ayesha meets Khalid (the Mr. Darcy to her Lizzie), who soon after announces his engagement to Hafsa, and sends this poet’s heart into turmoil.

  • The cover of the book The Wedding Party

    The Wedding Party

    Preorder Jasmine Guillory’s third heart-thumping romance, publishing this July. Theo and Maddie both claim Alexa as their best friend. But just because they spent an oopsie night together, doesn’t mean they can stand one another. While forced to play nicely during the wedding planning, something between them simmers. Could it be the real deal?