There are so many good books coming out this month. Here are the ones I’m most excited about, starting with my own, of course. 😉
Life on Pause comes out on Oct. 30th. It’s a small town m/m romance about a museum worker and high school choir teacher who bond over sci-fi on Netflix and then fall in love. You can expect a meet-cute, historically accurate costumes, choral music, and sex toys galore.
Next up is Tender with a Twist by Annabeth Albert. I’ve actually finished this one, and it is sweet and hot. I’m loving the m/m age-gap romances out of Rainbow Cove. (Oct. 2)
Into the Mystic: Volume Two by various authors. The only story I’ve read in this f/f paranormal collection is “The Holy Company” by Laura Bailo, which is great, and I can’t wait to work my way through the rest! (Oct. 16)
Hexslayer by Jordan L. Hawk. This m/m romance just hit my e-reader and I’m excited to start it! This series is fantastic. (Oct. 6)
Take the Lead by Alexis Daria. I’ve heard nothing but good things about this m/f debut. This is about a couple in a ballroom dancing competition, like Dancing with the Stars. (Oct. 3)
Kill Game by Cordelia Kingsbridge. I loved Kingsbridge’s first book, and am on pins and needles waiting for this one! (m/m – Oct. 23)
Acting on Impulse by Mia Sosa. This m/f romance has a fitness trainer and actor falling in love, and I am here for it! (Oct. 31)
Brave & Beautiful by Elizabeth Varlet. I actually started this m/m romance last night and am about half way through. I love the Sassy Boyz, and this one is kicking me in the feels for sure. (Oct. 9)
Caroline’s Heart by Austin Chant. Chant has described this as a historical fantasy western with Southern gothic threads and two trans MCs. There are no buy links yet, but I am impatiently awaiting this one! (Oct. 25)
Hamilton’s Battalion by Rose Lerner, Courtney Milan, and Alyssa Cole. This collection has f/f, m/m, and m/f stories set during the Revolutionary War from three of the best romance authors out there! (Oct. 17)
Brooding YA Hero: Becoming a Main Character by Carrie DiRisio and illustrated by Linnea Gear. The Brooding YA Hero Twitter account makes me laugh every day. (Oct. 17)
And last but not least, Off the Ice by Avon Gale and Piper Vaughn. This m/m romance comes out the same day as mine, so that makes them book siblings right? Gale and Vaughn are probably my favorite writing team out there. I’ll be devouring this at midnight on 10/30! (Oct. 30)
I’m sure there are some books I’ve missed, and I’m always on the look out for recommendations! What are you looking forward to?