The title might be a bit deceiving in that I loved every single book I read for Happily Ever After Romance — all thirty-seven (37) of them… and remember that I also have two other book review websites which are not included in that number so, yes, I did read a lot in April. 🙂 (I do not ever borrow, buy, or request a book that I do not know from the Cover Description that I would enjoy… sometimes I’m disappointed, but I go into these books believing I’m about to fall in love – which I usually do.)
Of those books, I’ve gone back and looked at them again to honestly see which ones I would re-read again. Maybe because I cannot find a current title that calls my name so I’ll pick a comfort read that I know I loved. Perhaps because I simply love that world and feel the need to revisit it.
The 10 titles listed here are the ones that captured my heart, and my imagination to the point where I will happily and willingly pick them up for another read. This doesn’t mean that I loved the other 27 books less, only that I know, at this moment, I’d return to any of these titles and fall in love all over again. 🙂
Engaged to London’s Wildest Billionaire by Kali Anthony (Behind the Palace Doors
Bound by a Sicilian Secret by Lela May Wight
Return to Hummingbird Way by Reese Ryan (Holly Grove Island
Just a Little Jilted by Joss Wood (Dynasties: Calcott Manor
Their Temporary Arrangement by Joss Wood (Dynasties: Calcott Manor
Bound by the Italian’s “I Do” by Michelle Smart (Billion-Dollar Revenge
Expecting Her Enemy’s Heir by Pippa Roscoe (Billion-Dollar Revenge
Home to River’s Edge by Nan Reinhardt (The Weaver Sisters
A Baby to Make Her His Bride by Dani Collins (wrap up Four Weddings and A Baby
To Hold and Protect by Sandra Owens (K-9 Defenders
That’s a wrap for April 2023. What am I looking forward to most for May of 2023? Honestly? St. Martin’s Press has kindly auto-approved me on NetGalley. So, you had best believe that I picked up Nora Roberts’ newest IDENTITY due out on May 23rd the moment I saw it listed. One happy reader here. 🙂 Psst: you’re gonna love it.