Best New Adult Fiction: Contemporary Romances
08 Feb 2016
One of the fastest growing and most immersive new genres out there is New Adult Fiction. These breezy reads blend the satisfaction of your classic romance novel with a contemporary twist applicable for young, modern audiences. If you’re looking for a great first book in the New Adult Fiction genre, I’d recommend starting with Call Me, Maybe by Ellie Cahill. In this highly rated romance, Ellie Cahill skillfully creates tantalizing friction between Clementine Daly and her sharp journalist counterpart, Justin Mueller. Call Me, Maybe is the quintessential New Adult Fiction novel; take a closer look at it and five other new and exciting books below!
New Adult Fiction Books to Read
Call Me, Maybe
Price: Only $2.99!
Release Date: February 9, 2016
When Clementine Daly accidentally picks up a stranger’s phone before boarding a flight, she’s annoyed – at first. Soon his sexy voice is on the line but he doesn’t know her or her famous pedigree. Just the way Clementine likes it.
The Moonlit Garden
Release Date: February 1, 2016
Young widow Lily Kaiser embarks on a trip with her best friend, Ellen, and handsome musicologist Gabriel Thornton to discover the mysterious legacy of an old violin. On the way, all three learn valuable lessons about love, life, and companionship.
Fates and Furies: A Novel
September 15, 2015
This rich, layered novel examines the inner workings and two separate perspectives of protagonists Lotto and Mathilde’s marriage. Fates and Furies was listed as Amazon’s 2015 Book of the Year.
Release Date: January 2, 2016
Aston and Elise love each other deeply, passionately, unequivocally. They’re kept apart and tormented by one thing – they are brother and sister.
The Air He Breathes
Release Date: September 25, 2015
She had been warned about Tristan – he was cold, heartless, damaged. But so was she. They were both empty and looking for something more. Could they fit the shattered pieces of their lives together and learn how to breathe again?
Release Date: January 5, 2016
Ladykiller Marcus “Snack” Snackenberg and Minnie Cooper grew up together; they’ve been hanging out for years. But what began as a childhood friendship is slowly blossoming into something else. Will their new romance last? Or will it ruin their friendship forever?
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