The Best Romance Books of November

Posted by Marie on November 5, 2018
Do you know who you'll be falling in love with this month? We've got some suggestions…

Every month, our team takes a look at the romance books being published and how early readers are responding to them. We use this information to curate a list of soon-to-be-beloved favorites, from sizzling contemporary love stories to spicy paranormal romances.

For November, we have happily-ever-afters waiting for you on the road, on the ranch, and more! Add the books that catch your eye to your Want to Read shelf, and let us know what you're reading and recommending in the comments.



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Bestselling authors Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward team up in this sexy office romance, where a young woman discovers a love letter that puts her cynical and arrogant boss in a new light.

Release Date: November 6



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Mary Daniels won’t let anything get in the way of her job. But her driver, Brodie Crews, is almost impossible to ignore. On the road, she finds her self-control isn't as ironclad as she thought.

Release Date: November 20



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The latest Misadventures standalone features grad student Zandy Lynch whose love life takes a turn when she realizes her steamy one-night stand is also the professor she’ll be working for.

Release Date: November 6



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Jason has money, fame, and the title of "World Champion Bull-Rider." What he doesn’t have is someone to share his secret fantasies. Enter Simone: the adventurous girl of his dreams.

Release Date: November 5



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Hollywood is tough, but Silvia and her fellow film editor Ben want to make their dreams and fledgling romance work. When their jobs are threatened, they might have to risk it all.

Release Date: November 6



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Kimber's modern fairy tale goes off the rails. After her "prince" dumps her at the altar, the seamstress faces off against her evil stepmom and Matteo, the haughty king of Italian couture.

Release Date: November 6



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London has no shortage of eligible bachelors for feisty heiress Frances. Unfortunately, they’re so dull that she’s sworn off marriage. Will the rakish aristocrat Reynard change her mind?

Release Date: November 27



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It’s survival of the fittest for Navy SEAL-in-training Matt Knytych. There can be no distractions. Yet former marine Shane Hovland might be the one who breaks Matt's resolve.

Release Date: November 26



Which new romance books are you most excited to read? Let us know in the comments!

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message 1: by Kevin (last edited Nov 12, 2018 02:29AM) (new)

Kevin Whales What about Alessandro Barriko's book named Silk? I think that it's a amazing example of hight quality literature about true love that man can be faced only once throuth the whole life. Desires that are sleeping inside a man able to make a miracles!




message 2: by TMR (new)

TMR Def excited for Ache for you!


message 3: by Ethan (last edited Apr 02, 2019 12:18AM) (new)

Ethan Campbell I have read two out of these 8 aforementioned books and let me say that if you have never read a Vi Keeland book before in your life then Hate Notes is a great way to dive right into his work. Hate Notes has all the things that makes a reader interested in it and the stories are so wonderful. The other one is “Ache for you”. It is so addictive and incredibly funny with the perfect amount of romance. There was so much sexual tension between Kimber and Matteo. even I felt the ache. I write stuff all the time and I know how hard it is to come up with content which keeps the reader interested in it, I have to write regarding pro dissertation help topics so guess how hard can it be for me to come up with readable plus interesting content and that is why when I see a quality work, I appreciate the writer.


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