We know they say, “You can’t judge a book by its cover” but who doesn’t love a lighthearted romance book that features a bright and cheery cover? It sets the vibe that you can sit back, relax, and enjoy the next 3.5 hours wonderfully engrossed in pages. We have selected five lighthearted romance books for you to enjoy this February. Each is witty, charming, funny, and fitting for the month of love and self-love!
By Bethany Turner
When McKenna Keaton walks into the boardroom of Wallis, Monroe, and Burkhead, she expects to be named senior partner. Instead, she learns she’s being investigated for embezzlement. To wait out her unpaid leave, McKenna sublets her Upper West Side apartment and goes home to Durham, North Carolina, to save money. While living in her childhood hometown, McKenna learns about a family curse that if real rather than imagined, could suggest she has less than a year to live.
by Pepper Basham
Izzy Edgewood is a wannabe bookstore owner, quote queen, and Lord of the Rings nerd who has been waiting for Prince Charming to sweep her off her sneakered feet. But it’s hard to meet people when you spend more time with fictional humans than real ones. Which is why her pragmatist cousin Josephine decides to take Izzy’s future into her own meddling hands and create an online dating profile for the hopeful romantic.
Love on the Brain
By Ali Hazelwood
When forced to work on a project with your nemesis, it’s best to stick to the science. Further research could trigger explosive results. Like an avenging, purple-haired Jedi bringing balance to the mansplained universe, Bee Königswasser lives by a simple code: What would Marie Curie do? But the mother of modern physics never had to colead with Levi Ward.
Just Another Love Song
By Kerry Winfrey
Two high school sweethearts get a second chance at their perfect ending in this charming new romance by Kerry Winfrey. Once upon a time, Sandy Macintosh thought she would have her happily ever after with her high school sweetheart, Hank Tillman. Sandy wanted to be an artist, Hank was the only boy in town who seemed destined for bigger things, and they both had dreams to escape town together.
The Marvelous Monroe Girls
By Shirley Jump
Gabriella Monroe is doing her best to pretend that everything is fine, but her life is a mess. Sales are down at her vintage dress shop, her beloved grandmother isn’t her usual spunky self, and Gabby desperately misses the closeness she had with her sisters, Margaret and Emma who were once so inseparable that their family called them the Monroe Musketeers. When the sisters stumble across a stash of letters that reveals their grandmother’s secret life,