Sep 28 2017 12:00pm

7 New Adult Best Bets for September 2017

Lucas by Sawyer Bennett

This month opposites attract! With the start of Fall nights, it seems new adult has taken a dive into more complex characters and intense plots. There are romances with instant pulls and then there are the slow builds. There’s the relationship that was supposed to be one night but had an unexpected surprise. As well as the more scandalous, forbidden romances that will keep your dark romance hearts happy. Read below to find a book that could keep you company on these fall nights!

Lucas by Sawyer Bennett (Amazon | B&N | Kobo) is a surprise pregnancy hockey romance that follows the Cold Fury team—each can be read as a standalone. After a transcending one night stand, Lucas had Stephanie always in the back of his mind. But with his hockey schedule and a recent bad relationship, commitments just aren’t his thing. That all changes when Stephanie turns up with a surprise for both of them. This chance encounter has totally flipped his world around and when he thinks it’s right side up, Stephanie and Lucas will realize life just isn’t going to be the same. Crazy chemistry and angst drive this story into one of my favorites of the series!

Drumline by Stacy Kestwick

Drumline by Stacy Kestwick (Amazon | B&N)  is set in the football-driven South. However, we’re not diving into the football team but rather the drumline. An interesting point of view of a classic college story, It pits two against each other on the drumline. Snare captain Laird is looking to keep up their legendary lineup when Reese comes in to shatter all traditions. It’s boy vs girl, tradition is turned on its head when Reese makes a dramatic decision to challenge it all.

Broken Shelves by Anne Malcom (Amazon) is the story of a girl, Gina, who has always been on the sidelines. Sam is a raging rocker who hides his demons with humor and fun. With witty dialogue, this friends-to-lovers story shows the ties two people have, that are complete opposites but with a connection that’s more than skin deep.

On a Tuesday by Whitney G. (Amazon) Based on Adele’s song “When We Were Young” is a second chance romance. Charlotte and Grayson are opposites paired together for study sessions. From studying homework to each other, they had a plan—until it all fell apart and she disappeared. Seven years later, on a Tuesday, Grayson might finally get his answer as to why.

Scandalous by L.J. Shen

Scandalous by L.J. Shen. (Amazon) Shen writes forbidden romance like no other. A single dad and the daughter of his enemy, what could go wrong? It’s the 4th standalone in a series. It’s a raw, lust-filled romance with complexly layered characters.

The Outskirts by T.M. Frazier (Amazon) is the first in a duet, she delivers a dark, hot romance set in a swampy area, invite only. Finn is a broken recluse who has closed himself off from life. Sawyer is his complete opposite but her strong innocent outlook might just be the thing to draw him out. When life puts them together, the twists and turns deliver a story that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

Let’s Get Textual by Teagan Hunter (Amazon) is the case of the wrong number but the right time. A wrong number text starts off a conversation between two strangers that ignites passion. Their relationship started off serendipitously but, their chemistry is just right.

What will you be reading this month?

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Jessica spends her time daydreaming about a life within the pages of her favorite books, hoping to meet her own alpha male in an amazing meet cute. Living in Miami, she breaks the stereotype of the tanned appearance; being the palest amongst her friends takes a lot of work and it's all owed to the aforementioned books. She works all day but dreams of the day she can get paid to devour romance books all day and night. An avid reader since she could sound out words, you can find her reviewing at where she lets her reading freak flag fly!

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