Hot reads for Summer 2023!
Good news, romance readers: We’ve gathered below June’s hottest and most popular new love stories.
Good news, romance readers: We’ve gathered below June’s hottest and most popular new love stories.
 
Every month our team sorts through the new romance books and sees how early readers are responding. We use this information to curate a list of soon-to-be-beloved favorites. It’s easy, really. Some people love books. Some people fall in love. And some people love books about falling in love.
 
New in June: Helena Hunting returns with a feline-themed rom-com in A Love Catastrophe. Uzma Jalaluddin updates Jane Austen in Much Ado About Nada. And author Cat Sebastian unearths a 1950s queer romance with We Could Be So Good. Also new this month: shipper drama, time travel, and the latest novel from acclaimed playwright Paul Rudnick.
 
Add what catches your fancy to your Want to Read shelf, and let us know what you're reading and recommending in the comments.
Author Ali Hazelwood’s hugely popular STEMinist rom-com series features women of science and the challenging calculations of their love lives. Hazelwood’s latest tells the story of two scientists, an MIT hiring committee, and the thermodynamics of mutual attraction. Elsie Hannaway and Jack Smith don’t particularly like each other—except that they do, on that chemical-attraction level that always proves so complicated. Can these two align their approach vectors in the name of love? Or lust, at least?

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