Best Books in Audible Romance Package

These classic romance books are definitely worth listening to…

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The Kiss Quotient

Helen Hoang’s Romance novel The Kiss Quotient is one of those books that seemed to have become an instant classic. Everyone has read it or at least heard of it. The narration by Carly Robins is wonderful and even if you’ve read the book, the audiobook is definitely worth a listen!

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This is an old school romance by one of the queens of the genre not to be missed. It tells the story of Hester Wyatt, a former enslaved woman, and her work with the Underground Railroad. When one of her fellow conductors brings an injured man who needs to recover to her, she readily takes him in. He turns out to be the notorious Underground Railroad worker “Black Daniel.” After waking up in a foul mood from his injuries and remaining ornery throughout his stay, Hester wonders if she can continue to hide him without losing her patience. But this Black Daniel isn’t who he appears, and keeps returning to Hester’s life long after she heals his physical wounds. Can he help her heal her emotional ones?

The Wall of Winnipeg and Me

One of the first books that will be recommended when you ask for Slow Burn Romance is The Wall of Winnipeg and Me by Mariana Zapata. It perfectly brings out everything we love about slow burn! The audiobook is beautifully narrated by Callie Dalton.
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Beard Necessities (Winston Brothers, #7) by Penny Reid
The Winston Brothers series

Even though this Romance book series is also written by Penny Reid, it deserves its own mention. The Winston Brothers series is set in a small town in Tennessee and follows a group of bearded brothers finding love in the most unexpected places.

The Ivy Years Collection (The Ivy Years, #1-3) by Sarina Bowen

The Ivy Years series

If you’re looking for hot New Adult / College Romance novels that venture outside of the usual Romance tropes, the Ivy Years series by Sarina Bowen is a must! This series is among my all-time favorites.


Mystic Bayou is just like any other rural Louisiana town, except for the energy rift that resides in the swamp. And the families of shape shifters that have been attracted to it and living in the area for generations. Danica Teel, an expert energy manipulator, comes to town to fix a tear in the riff and move on her way. She doesn’t want the town’s mayor, Zed, trying to change her mind, even if he is a giant, sexy bear shifter. When the riff repair doesn’t go as planned and it’s clear she’ll be in town for a while, Zed is determined to show her all the charms small town life has to offer.


Recent graduate Dimple Shah has one dream and one dream only: to go to a summer program in San Francisco for web developers—not to entertain her parents’ idea of finding an Indian husband and settling down. Rishi Patel, on the other hand, goes to the same summer program because his parents have told him his future wife is there, and he can’t wait to meet her. It’s a little soon for an arranged marriage, but since they are both going, might as well get real life started, even if Dimple does go kicking and screaming. Rishi thought she’d be just as excited to meet him as he is to meet her.


Honora Parker is required to be engaged. There’s only one kind of man she wants: the most unsuitable, unacceptable man she can find. Her father must reject the match. Julius Hatcher, a financier in Manhattan, agrees to play along. He has reasons of his own to go along with this arrangement. This enemies-to-lovers story really makes the reader question how they will find a way.


Jack Sullivan and Michelle Milo meet in a bar, have a mind blowing night of pleasure, and both walk away happy. The next day, when Jack goes to meet his new psychologist and it turns out to be Michelle, she refuses to treat him. He’s just as adamant about not letting her go, so he proposes a deal: 30 nights together all in, helping each other move through their issues, then they walk away. Reluctantly, Michelle agrees.


Khai Diep doesn’t process emotions like most people. He has decided to steer clear of relationships as a result. His mother knows better though and returns from Vietnam with a woman for Khai to marry. Esme Tran takes an opportunity to come to America for a chance on love. Everything she does to seduce Khai doesn’t seem to work and she feels even more out of place in the home of the man she’s supposed to 

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