Time again for our most eeeeevil recommendation feature we have: READY, SET, GO!
Here are the rules:
We pick a specific sub-genre, trope, or type of romance, and we have to make ONE recommendation for that type.
And no more than two sentences as to why.
And our theme this month?
It’s the first week of fall so this month’s READY SET GO Is: Autumn Romances!
What one romance says “fall!” to you? Could be Halloween, could be apple cider, could be a hero obsessed with his slow cooker – what is your one recommendation for Pumpkin Spice Romance?
What autumn romance would you recommend?
Any genre, but just one rec!
Ready, set, GO!Mooncakes by Wendy Xu, a graphic novel that has a lot going on in addition to romance, and is the coziest adorable-est story.
Amanda: In similar posts, I always suggest Bittersweet by Sarina Bowen, but I’M GOING TO DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT.
Sarah: GO FOR IT
Slouch Witch by Helen Harper. Sarah and I squeed about this one on a podcast. I don’t think it’s set in autumn, but it’s cozy and witchy and a lot of fun.
Sarah: YES this is such a good recommendation. I couldn’t get into the second one but the first one is really charming.
The Year We Fell Down! It’s about two freshman at college so it totally starts at the end of summer/beginning of fall. And the heroine is disabled and in a wheelchair.
Ellen: I can already tell picking just 1 will be painful :sob:
Secret identities! Crime fighting dukes! A strong willed heroine! This might be my favorite Maiden Lane book, actually….
Her Big City Neighbor for being in Toronto during late summer to fall, and The Winter Witch for going from summer and right into OMG-WHAT-IS-ALL-THIS-SNOW-ARE-WE-GONNA-DIE??????
Ok, I pick Her Big City Neighbor.
Ok, what about you? What one romance says everything “fall” to you? What one autumn romance do you recommend most? Ready, set, go!