Top Ten Tuesday: Ten KU Romance Recommendations

Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday!

Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly feature created by The Broke and the Bookish and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s topic is:

Books I Wish I Had Read As a Child

I pretty much just wish their had been a New Adult romance genre when I was in my late teens and early 20’s. So I am switching up topics this week to:

Ten Kindle Unlimited Romance Recommendations

Hopefully all of these are still in the KU program when this post goes live. All titles are linked to Amazon so that you can take advantage of their KU status. (I’m not affiliated with this program in any way. Just sharing some favorites.)

1. The Assist
Author: Rebecca Jenshak

2. The Bombshell Effect
Author: Karla Sorensen

3. Fake It ‘Til You Break It
Author: Meagan Brandy

4. Tapping the Billionaire
Authors: Max Monroe

5. Let’s Get Textual
Author: Teagan Hunter

6. The Guy on the Right
Author: Kate Stewart

7. The Duet
Author: R.S. Grey

8. Hold My Breath
Author: Ginger Scott

9. The Upside of Falling
Author: Meghan Quinn

10. Dirty English
Author: Ilsa Madden-Mills

52 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Ten KU Romance Recommendations”

    1. No…but yes! LOL. Yes, get on that! πŸ˜‰ I’m waiting for the next book after Focused to come out next month.
      Thank you!

  1. I wasn’t pleasure reading in my late teens/early 20s, but I am glad we are getting more NA, and more quality NA books these days. I loved the Guy on the Right, and I have had really good luck with Grey’s books as well. I have actually read many of these authors (I love contemporary romance!), but need to check out The Assist. Sports romance are my catnip, and basketball isn’t featured too widely.

    1. I wasn’t either, but maybe I would have been if there was an NA? I’d like to think so! Oh! You’ll love the Smart Jocks series then! Definitely read the Assist. Each gets better.

  2. oh yes…I totally agree. I wish there had been NA when I was a teen as well, there wasn’t even that much YA ….literature in romance both YA and Adult has grown so quickly. Love seeing your recommendations you have here. I have read a couple of these, and I will look into the others you listed. Thank you for sharing

  3. Oh boy, do I ever agree, Deanna. The new adult age was just skipped right over when I was that age. Kids books, teen books, adult books. That whole upper YA/college age/early 20’s time period was just not represented. I wish I’d had NA when I actually was NA. πŸ™‚

    Your recs include several that are already on my Kindle that I want to read: The Guy on the Right, Dirty English, and The Upside of Falling.

    1. Right? I was reading Nora Roberts at like 17 or 18. I loved it, but I would have loved having a genre more for myself.

      I love hearing that! I hope you love them all!

    1. Thank you! I think I’ve read a few of hers before. I’ll have to check out her newer ones. Thanks for the recommendation!

    1. For me, it has been. I don’t buy near as many books as I used to. They usually have a deal around Mother’s Day on it, so it was like $6.99/month for me. Even at $9.99/month, it would be worth it. If I read at a couple books a month from it, it’s basically covering the cost. I find I don’t spend near as much on books. You should look through their KU library and see if there are books you’re interested in. There was also a free month deal, so maybe you could try it out.

    1. Thanks! I got it a while back when there was a big deal on it. They were offering a month free, so you might still be able to take advantage of that.

  4. What a great list! And, yeah, the new adult subgenre should have been invented many years ago. It’s so handy.

    My TTT .

  5. Loved The Bombshell Effect, and I fell in a deep Meagan Brandy hole last year – SO GOOD!!!

    1. I love hearing that! My favorite was The Marriage Effect because I read it first. LOL. Did you read this new MB book yet? It’s my favorite of hers so far.

  6. I’m not sure these books would be for me, but I met Ginger Scott last year! She was at the Colorado Teen Literature conference and she either did one or two seminars that I attended. She was really nice.

    1. Ginger Scott is such an amazing writer and person. I met her couple of years ago, too! She has some books that aren’t strictly romance. You might be able to give A Boy Like You or Cowboy Villain Damsel Duel a try.

  7. I’ve never read Kate Stewart, but I’d like to give her a try. πŸ™‚

  8. I really need to check out KU more often! I can only access the Canadian content, so sometimes I am disappointed in the selection. They are definitely getting better at their offerings. Lots of great titles on your list!

    1. Yes! I am surprised Ari hasn’t forced her books at you yet. I agree. It’s a little tough to search through KU sometimes. Having recommendations helps.

  9. Fun twist on the topic! You know, I’ve been wondering for a while whether Kindle Unlimited would be of interest to me, but it seems like they really do have a great selection of books.

  10. Agreed, I wish there had been a New Adult genre when I was the appropriate age for it! Then again, I guess at the time I read whatever I felt like and didn’t pay attention to genre, so I might not have noticed… πŸ˜‰

    1. Yes! You should watch for deals around Mother’s and Father’s Day. They usually have a big discount and it can be added onto the end of your current subscription. Usually takes it from like $9.99/month to like $6.99/month.

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