Back in February we talked a bit in the comments of the “Lovesweeping the Titles” discussion about Loveswept romances that are totally worth finding (or hopefully re-releasing!), the ones that rocked your Loveswepty world. So many authors first appeared within the Loveswept line, such as Iris Johansen and Janet Evanovich, and I thought it would be a good idea to have one long recommendation thread of which Loveswepts are worth finding.
Random House is bringing back older Loveswepts and publishing new books (such as Ruthie Knox's Ride With Me, which I really enjoyed) [ ] . That line is digital only, but some decent used bookstore may have copies of older Loveswept titles in paperback form, so for those of you who love paper book reading, there's plenty of options. There's sites like Alibris that have many older Loveswepts for sale in paperback form. Amazon also has Loveswepts, both digital and used paper, like my personal favorite title, Strong Hot Winds by Iris Johansen.
Then again, I might have to give my Favorite Loveswept Title crown to Man Shy by Catherine Mulvany, because she doesn't look shy in that picture. And gosh, scrunchies on book covers, where have you gone?
What Loveswepts do you recommend romance readers go find and read? What older Loveswepts do you still have on your shelf, and wish would be re-released digitally? And which books would you not recommend?