Last summer I was desperate to read some post-apocalyptic romance books, and asked twitter for some suggestions. Everyone came out in full force with lots of ideas for me, so I create a post with all the recommendations.
Well, my taste has veered into a new direction, and I’m desperately searching for some spots romance books. I’ve got quite a few I love, and since Twitter was so nice to be before, I thought I’d ask them again. So, for anyone else who is looking to fall in love with sports heroes and heroines, here is the list that Twitter and I have come up with!
Jaci Burton’s Play-by-Play Series – These books jump from sport to sport, and are filled with super sexy heroes who are all the best in their sport. This series might be my favorite of the list. Goodreads
Susan Elizabeth Phillips’ Chicago Stars Series – This series follows the Chicago Stars football team. The series takes place over many many years, and was the series that initially got me hooked on the sub-genre. Goodreads
Carly Phillips’ Hot Zone Series – This series features sisters who work as sports agents. I adore these books, they give Burton a run for the money with all-time favorites! Goodreads
Jill Shalvis’ Pacific Heat Series – This duology features two baseball heroes, and they were some smokin’ heroes at that! Goodreads
Rachel Gibson’s Chinooks Hockey Team Series – Obvious this series is about a hockey team. For me, they were hit or miss, with some being wonderful and others not-so-much. Goodreads
Erin McCarthy’s Fast Track Series – All NASCAR and all super sexy. There were a couple that I didn’t like, but overall the series is smokin’ hot and super fun. Goodreads
Deirdre Martin’s New York Blades Series – This is another hockey series. I’ve only read a couple books in the series, but I remember enjoying them. Goodreads
Kate Angell’s Richmond Rogues Series – This is a baseball series, and I loved the first four books. I keep forgetting to go and get the 5th, I’ll have to put it on my never ending to-do list. Goodreads
The rest of these are books I haven’t read yet, but were recommend to me. I’ll definitely have to add them to my TBR.
Juliana Stone’s Offside Goodreads
Suzan Butler’s Off Her Game Goodreads
Bella Andre’s Bad Boys of Football Series Goodreads
Sierra Dean’s Pitch Perfect Goodreads
Sandra Cormier’s Bad Ice Goodreads
Susan Andersen’s On Thin Ice Goodreads
Debra Kayn’s Wildly Goodreads
Jaci Burton was also kind enough to recommend the Romancing the Jock blog, as they have a lot of sports romance authors there. I’ll definitely be checking them out as well!
So there it is, the list that Twitter and I have come up with! Let me know your favorite sports romance book to be entered to win a copy of any of the books above (ebook or paperback, some may be geographically restricted). Giveaway is open to all and ends April 2nd.