2017-02-01 / BookBag

Romantic Reads for Cozy Nights

Maria Burchill | Schlow Centre Region Library

With the major holidays behind us, winter has set in and looks like it means to stay. Don’t let the short days and bitter temperatures keep you from enjoying one of the best relaxation techniques out there: reading. Find a little time to curl up with one of these romantic gems below. I certainly promise you won’t be bored. Grab a mug of something warm and a blanket (and your glasses if you need them) and enjoy these newly released romantic reads for cozy nights.

Lord of the Privateers
by Stephanie Laurens
Stephanie Laurens is master — nay, mistress — of the Regency romance subgenre. With more than 40 books to her credit, she has her plots down to an art, and her characters are always engaging. For a swashbuckling good time, check out Lord of the Privateers or start with the first book, The Lady Commands, in The Adventurers Quartet series. Then spend the rest of the winter catching up!

Power Game
by Christine Feehan
Are superheroes your thing? Like to mix suspense with your romance? Try delving into Christine Feehan’s Power Game for a thrilling installment in her world of genetically engineered supersoldiers. Part of the series Ghostwalkers, this book has been praised by The Romantic Times and author J.R. Ward.

Seven Minutes in Heaven
by Eloisa James
Eloisa James continues to deliver strong characters with her latest, Seven Minutes in Heaven, a continuation of the Desperate Duchess series. Business owner and widowed viscountess Eugenia Snowe agrees to be governess to genius inventor Ward Reeve’s half-siblings. The romance that follows rises above prejudice and class.

by Karen Marie Moning  
New York Times best-selling author Karen Moning brings readers back to her world of man and fae in the conclusion of the Feverborn series. Can heroine MacKayla Lane save both our reality and the fairy court? Can she save herself? If you haven’t read the first book, check out Feverborn from Schlow and keep yourself amused throughout these long winter nights.

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