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September 15, 2022

#1 Books Like All Your Perfects

A struggling marriage and the one forgotten pledge that might be able to salvage it are the subjects of Colleen Hoover’s masterful new book. Quinn and Graham’s flawless relationship is jeopardized by their shoddy marriage. They are currently being torn apart by the memories, errors, and secrets that have accumulated over the years. The one thing that might be able to save them may also be the thing that breaks their marriage beyond repair.

In the thought-provoking book All Your Perfects, a broken couple’s future depends on past promises. Can a tremendous love with a perfect beginning endure a lifetime between two imperfect people? is the heartrending question posed in this page-turner?

#2 Love And Other Words

The heart’s history cannot be undone. Macy Sorensen is getting used to her ambitious but emotionally reserved routine: put in a lot of effort as a brand-new pediatrics resident; arrange her marriage to an older, well-off man; and hold her head down and heart hidden.

But when she crosses paths with Elliot Petropoulos, her one and only love, the meticulous bubble she had built starts to burst. Before he broke her heart the night he confessed his love for her, Elliot was once Macy’s entire world. He had evolved from being her gangly, bookish buddy to the man who helped her heart heal following the death of her mother.

#3 Archer’s Voice

Bree Prescott hopes against hope that the tranquil lakeside hamlet of Pelion, Maine will be the location where she finally finds the peace she so badly seeks. On her first day there, she crosses paths with Archer Hale, a reclusive guy who is hiding his own private suffering. An unobserved man by others.

The plot of Archer’s Voice centers on a woman who is bound by the memory of a terrible night and the guy whose love holds the key to her release. It tells the story of a man who cannot speak because of a painful wound and the lady who gives him the confidence to speak. It is a tale of pain, karma, and the healing power of love.

#4 The Love Hypothesis

Ali Hazelwood’s romance book, The Love Hypothesis, will be available on Berkley Books’ website on September 14, 2021. Olive Smith, a third-year Ph.D. student, doesn’t think long-lasting love relationships exist, but her best friend believes so, which is how she ended up in this predicament. It was always going to require more than just hand-wavy Jedi mind tricks to persuade Anh that Olive is dating and is well on her way to a happily ever after.

Scientists need evidence. Olive panics as a result and kisses the first man she sees, just like any self-respecting biologist. Adam Carlsen, a hotshot young professor, and notorious ass is the one and only. Because of this, Olive is delightfully shocked when Stanford’s top lab tyrant offers to be her pretend lover and keep Olive’s farce a secret.


#5 The Summer I Turned Pretty

Belly counts the summers throughout her life. Between June and August, everything wonderful and amazing takes place. Winters serve as nothing more than a season for counting down the days until the upcoming summer. They are a period spent away from Susannah, the beach house, and, most significantly, Jeremiah and Conrad. They are the same male’s Belly has known since the summer she spent in grade school; they have been her crushes, her brother figures, and everything between. But after one particularly awful and amazing summer, everything eventually turns out just as it should have all along.

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#6 Unhoneymooners

Olive always has bad luck—in her job, in her relationships, in, uh, everything. On the other side, her identical twin sister Ami is most likely the most fortunate person in the world. She met her fiancé in a scene straight out of a romantic comedy, and she was able to win enough online competitions to pay for her entire wedding (double gag). The worst part is that Olive must spend the day with Ethan, her sworn adversary who also happens to be the greatest man.

Before she can go back to her cozy, unlucky existence, Olive must through 24hrs of wedding misery. Olive and Ethan are the only ones unaffected when the whole wedding party contracts food sickness after consuming contaminated mussels. And right now, a free honeymoon in Hawaii is up for grabs.

#7 The Deal

She’s about to strike a deal with the bad lad from college. Finally, Hannah Wells has met someone who makes her feel hot. She may be self-assured in all other aspects of her life, but when it comes to sex and seduction, she is carrying a lot of baggage. She’ll have to break out of her comfort zone and grab her crush’s attention, even if that means tutoring the pompous, conceited, and obnoxious hockey team captain in exchange for a phony date.

Garrett Graham has always dreamed of joining the NHL after graduation, but his deteriorating GPA is jeopardizing all he has fought so hard to achieve. He’s willing to assist a snarky brunette and make another guy envious if it means keeping his spot on the team. But Garrett quickly realizes that pretending isn’t going to cut it as an unexpected kiss triggers the naughtiest sex of both of their lives. He only needs to persuade Hannah that the man she desires resembles him now.