There's no reason why you can't have your paranormal and read it too just because it's a day of romance. My Zombie Valentine is a collection of beyond-the-grave love stories from authors Katie MacAlister, Angie Fox, Marianne Mancusi, and Lisa Cach. The walking dead will never seem so lovey-dovey!

 

Romantic Readers know my loyalty for Rachel Gibson, so how could this day pass without me mentioning The Trouble with Valentine's Day ? The story of a failing PI named Kate Hamilton and an injured former hockey player, Rob Sutter, there's nothing more fun and frilly than reading about cynical Kate falling for the manly Rob.

 

 

 

 

 

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by reader_824 ‎02-14-2012 11:52 AM - edited ‎02-14-2012 11:53 AM

I read this new to me author a week or so ago and I'm hooked!  Emma Cane was terrific!!  I'm looking forward to her next one in this series. 

 

 

 

by MsGodiva1 on ‎02-14-2012 11:59 AM

The Virtuoso by Grace Burrowes - Valentine Windham's story. Not to be missed, and reread often.

by Emma_Cane on ‎02-14-2012 12:58 PM

Melanie, I'm so glad you enjoyed A Town Called Valentine! Your review was wonderful!

by Moderator Melanie_Murray on ‎02-14-2012 01:07 PM

REader_824: I am not surprised that you loved the Emma Cane. It is right up your alley!

 

MsGodiva1: How clever of you to choose a book with a character named Valentine! I might steal the idea for next year's column. :smileywink: (And, I love those Burrowes books.)

 

Welcome, Emma! I crowed about the book at Romantic Reads, too. Terrific debut, and I just loved your description of the mountains - such a vivid, loving rendering of that locale. Congratulations!

by Moderator dhaupt on ‎02-14-2012 03:02 PM

Thanks for the list Melanie, just added a few to mine :smileyhappy:

and speaking of Rachel Gibson, it may not be a Valentine title but it reigns as one of her best in my book

Not Another Bad Date

 

Deb

by Moderator becke_davis on ‎02-14-2012 04:28 PM

An old favorite of mine is Rachel Gibson's THE TROUBLE WITH VALENTINE'S DAY:

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/trouble-with-valentines-day-rachel-gibson/1101093992?ean=97800600092...

by Moderator becke_davis on ‎02-14-2012 04:29 PM

Aaand I see you already mentioned it! Great minds think alike...

by RomanceWriter on ‎02-15-2012 07:00 AM
Many of my favorites are the series of vampire stories by author, Maggie Shayne. That's LOVE with a bite! I also love, Miss Emma and the Arch Angel by Rachel Lee, I believe (I may have gotten that one wrong). Go romance authors! We love you!
by Cheyenne_Catina on ‎02-15-2012 08:03 PM

the trouble with valentine's day is a really good book. and the virtuoso is a great book in an even better series

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