Soooo…what should I read?
Looking to read more of my sexy, heartwarming romantic comedies, but not sure where to start? Here’s a handy reading guide!
The Ponderosa Resort Romantic Comedy series
These shorter romantic comedies center around a family of siblings who inherit their late-father’s Central Oregon ranch and transform it into a luxury resort (all while getting to know each other because…uh…they had different mothers. Dad got around). Studmuffin Santa serves as a prequel to the series and stars a Marine-turned-reluctant-Santa (a cousin of the family that owns Ponderosa Resort) who falls for the spirited reindeer rancher next door. Chef Sugarlips is book #1 in the series.
Single title romantic comedies from Montlake Publishing
These romantic comedies are longer than my category romances, and sometimes deal with weightier subjects like divorce and infidelity. They’re still romantic comedies at heart, but expect a few tears to be thrown in with the laughter. The books are not tied together in any way, and can be read in any order.
The List series
Tawna’s steamiest, naughtiest series so far. Billed as erotic romantic comedy, you won’t want to read these books with your mom peering over your shoulder (unless you’re into that kind of thing).
The First Impressions series
Centered around a PR & Branding agency, the super-steamy First Impressions series is written so each of these laugh-out- loud romantic comedies stands on its own. If you’d prefer to read them in order, here’s a key:
The Front & Center series
These books center around a family of military men and women who find love where they least expect it. Each book in this risqué, laugh-out-loud military series is written as a standalone romantic comedy, but if you’d like to read them in release order, here’s how they go:
Single title romantic comedies from Sourcebooks
Lengthier than my series books, but zanier than any of my other titles, these wacky, sexy romantic comedies can be read in any order.
Novellas and other offbeat options
The Getting Dumped series offers a cute, cozy mystery in a choose-your-own-adventure format (as does the spinoff novella, The Great Panty Caper), while the standalone romantic novella Eat, Play, Lust is a short little racy romp designed to be devoured in one sitting.