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Three romantic reads for Valentine’s Day

Valentine's Day | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

Valentine’s Day | Photo by Jessica Fugett | The Wright State Guardian

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and there’s no better time to pick up a romance book than now! Cozy up with a box of chocolates, tissues and a glass of wine (if you’re old enough), and read some of these heart-warming romances!

“The Bromance Book Club” by Lyssa Kay Adams

Nashville Legends’ second baseman Gavin’s marriage is in trouble. When he finds out that his wife, Thea, has been keeping a secret from him, he let his pride and anger get the best of him by pushing her away. Now that she wants a divorce, he’s realized his mistake too late. The clock is ticking and Gavin has to prove that he wants to save his marriage – and prove his love – before the end of the holiday season. His teammates are eager to help with none other than a romance book club.

For anyone who’s a fan of second-chance-romance, this emotional and funny book will be sure to make you feel all the feels. The second book, “Undercover Bromance,” will be out March 10, 2020.

“Well Met” by Jen DeLuca

When Emily relocated after a terrible breakup to care for her sister after her sister’s car accident, she didn’t expect volunteering with her teenage niece at the Renaissance Faire would be one of her duties. There, she meets bossy and rude Simon, who runs the Faire and makes it clear that he isn’t interested in Emily’s light-hearted approach. While they work together, they butt heads, but that doesn’t stop Emily from catching feelings for Simon – for better, or for worse.

If you’re not already a fan of hate-to-love romance, this cute and sweet read will definitely convert you! The second in the series, “Well Played,” will be released on Sept. 29, 2020.

“Attachments” by Rainbow Rowell

Set during the turn of the century when computers were still a new thing, Lincoln is an “internet security guard” at a newspaper company. There, his job is to review any emails flagged for inappropriate language and turn them in to supervisors. Email exchanges between two women, Beth and Jennifer, catch his attention. He doesn’t mean to be creepy, but he doesn’t want to flag the emails, either. As the weeks go by, Lincoln begins to fall for Beth, but it’s way too late to introduce himself. After all, what can he say…?

Whether you’re spending the weekend home alone or with a significant other, one of these romances are bound to make your heart flutter!