These are some New Romance Books to fall in love this September for you are given below:-
Honeysuckle Season by Mary Ellen Taylor
Libby McKenzie feels alone after a failed marriage, multiple miscarriages, and her father’s death. Although her new life as a marriage photographer offers a feeling of purpose, it is also a distraction from her deep pain.
Libby meets the owner, Elaine Grant when asked to take a photograph of a wedding at the historic Woodmont estate. Elaine employed a young widow named Colton Reeset open Woodmont to the public and to help restore the grounds and ask Libby to photograph the process. Libby is drawn immediately into the old greenhouse wrapped in honeysuckle vines.
She finds the emotional courage to sort through her father’s office as Libby forms relationships and explores the overgrown yet hauntingly beautiful Woodmont estate. She discovers a letter there that changes all she knows about her parents, herself, and the estate. Generations of secrets lie underneath the old greenhouse vines and it’s up to Libby to find them out.
A Rogue of One’s Own by Evie Dunmore
“A lady must have money and an army of her own if she is to win a revolution—but first, she must pit her wits against the wiles of an irresistible rogue bent on wrecking her plans…and her heart.”
Lady Lucie. Her and her friends from Oxford finally had enough money together to control one of London’s major publishing houses, with one purpose: to use it in a coup against Parliament. But between her and success is her old nemesis and the unchallenged lord of the sin of London, Lord Ballentine? Will he able to hand over his reins.? But at what cost? – a night in her bed
All Stirred Up by Brianne Moore
Inspired by the Persuasion of Jane Austen, Brianne Moore’s All Stirred Up finds former lovers running competing restaurants in Edinburgh. Once a wealthy family, Susan Napier has only one restaurant left to her name, and she’s determined to keep her doors open, even though it means taking on her wildly successful ex-boyfriend.
In Case You Missed It by Lindsey Kelk
Four years away, when Ros steps off a plane she needs a job, a flat, and a phone that works. And possibly, back to her old life.
Everyone at her home has moved on, she sleeps in a shed and her parents sex life is pretty active. She also feels nostalgic about how things were.
Then her new phone starts pinging with messages from people she believed were deleted for good. Including one number which she knows by heart: her ex.
The Secret French Recipes of Sophie Valroux by Samantha Verant
Sophie has a dream of being the 1% of the female chefs running a Michelin starred restaurant. Sophie finds herself at the cusp of getting all she’s dreamed of, from spending summers with her grandmother, who taught her the power of cooking and food, to attending the Culinary Institute of America.
Until her career gets destroyed.
Sabotaged by a fellow chef, Sophie is fired, which ruins her reputation and shakes her confidence. Sophie learns that her grandmother has suffered a stroke, and takes the red-eye to France. Her simple childhood home is now a luxurious château with two restaurants and a vineyard. As Sophie tries to restore herself in the kitchen, she gets to understand how long people are going to go for success and love and how dreams can change.
The Holiday Detour by Jane Kolven
Dana Gottfried is a Jewish lesbian who splits up on Christmas Eve in a small town. Now she had to take a ride from Charlie who doesn’t identify as a male or female now this farmer is her only hope to meet her grandmother . Yes, dear reader, the sparks are about to fly.
We know its September but it’s never too early for Christmas.
The Roommate by Rosie Danan
Rosie Danan’s Roommate is one of the most steamy romances of the year. This is a straightforward revolutionary story of modern women owning their desire, featuring a respectable socialite embracing the job of their new roommate as a sex worker and many other things as well.
Shh, we don’t want to reveal too much.
The Duke Who Didn’t by Courtney Milan
Miss Chloe Fong has life plans, lists for her days, and no time for nonsense at all. She told her childhood sweetheart three years ago that once he planned to be serious he might be able to talk to her. That very evening, he disappeared.
Except he is back now. The Duke of Lansing, Jeremy Wentworth, has returned to the tiny village he had once visited, hoping to woo Chloe. It took him years of trying to be serious in his defence to realize that the effort was incompatible with his personality.
All he has to do is convince Chloe to make room in her life for a mischievous trickster, then reveal that he has failed to mention his real name, his title in all the years they have known each other and that he owns her entire village.
Tools of Engagement by Tessa Bailey
Tools of Engagement is one of Tessa Bailey’s Hot and hammered series, and this rom-com of enemies-to-lovers is perfect for romance and HGTV fans. Bethany Castle is playing to win the house flipping competition series Flip Off, but she will have to team up with the sexy Texan construction worker she despises to crush the competition.
Well Played by Jen DeLuca
A laugh-out-loud romantic comedy featuring kilted musicians, tavern wenches from the Renaissance Faire, and an unlikely love storey.
Finding love for Stacey’s tavern in Well Played. This hilarious follow-up is as emotional, charming, and adorable as the first installment in the series — and it features a case of mistaken identity as an added bonus.
Ties That Tether by Jane Igharo
With an unforgettable heroine, Ties That Tether by Jane Igharo is a multicultural romance read. At the age of 12, Azere promised to marry a Nigerian man to her dying father but it turns out that heart is unpredictable. Now an adult, Azure spends the night with a charming, funny, and an unforgettably white man. Azere must choose between pleasing her family or following her heart when their one-night stand becomes something more.