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All You Need Is Love: 20 New Book Releases Just In Time for Valentine’s Day!

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Valentine’s Day is tomorrow and we’re making it easy to celebrate love, with your love of books! Our list of new releases for this week are all love stories – and because love comes in all shapes, sizes and forms, we have a pretty diverse group of books for you. Some focus on romantic and erotic love, others on the love of family and friends. We’re celebrating LGBTQ love, forbidden love, love of self, and lost-love-found-again; Wallis In Love, one of the favorite new releases looks at how the love-life of the Duchess of Windsor actually changed the entire monarchy. Because some love stories don’t end happily, we have some books of those, too.

Take a look below at our list of 20 books, celebrating love for Valentine’s Day!

Wallis In Love: The Untold Life of the Duchess of Windsor, the Woman Who Changed the Monarchy, Andrew Morton

The Kremlin’s Candidate: A Novel ( Red Sparrow Trilogy), Jason Matthews

White Houses: A Novel, Amy Bloom

The Invention of Ana: A Novel, Mikkel Rosengaard

Unraveled (Steel Brothers Saga), Helen Hardt

Surprise Me: A Novel, Sophie Kinsella

The Smallest Part, Amy Harmon

Hearts Like Hers (A Seven Shores Romance), Melissa Brayden

Mrs., Caitlin Macy

This Body Is Not an Apology: The Power of Radical Self-Love, Sonya Renee Taylor

The Kiss: Intimacies from Writers, Edited by Brian Turner

Twice in a Lifetime, PJ Trebelhorn

The Queen of Hearts: A Novel, Kimmery Martin

How to Fix A Broken Heart (TED Books), Guy Winch

Arrogant Bastard (Dark Desires), Zara Cox

Love at Cooper’s Creek, Missouri Vaun

Broken Heartstrings, CC Dragon


Song of a Captive Bird: A Novel, Jasmin Darznik

Single Woman Chronicles: An Atlanta Love Story… Kinda, Ashleigh Guice

Rough Ride: A Chaos Novella (1001 Dark Nights), Kristen Ashley

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Rachel Fogle De Souza was born and raised in Connecticut, and traveled extensively throughout Europe, parts of Asia, and the United States, before attending college at the University of California, Davis, where she received a B.A. in Comparative Literature, with a double minor in Women, Gender and Sexualities studies, and Middle Eastern/South Asian studies. When she's not writing, she's reading, boxing, or thinking about traveling.

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