Vacation/Travel Romance

Home for Christmas

holidays romance An Enemies to Lovers Holiday Romance An ordinary winter holiday turns eventful when Riven and Wendy get stuck sharing a bunk bed after a double-booking disaster. Sleeping in the same room is sweet torture and they aren’t even sure what’s worse: that every passing day brings them closer to saying goodbye or that they have yet another night to spend together…

What I love most about this book: The pranks these two pull on each other!

All tropes: Enemies to lovers, forced proximity, only one bed, Christmas romance, Miss Sunshine & Mr. Grumpy, Vacation/Travel Romance

Standalone? Yes!


You May Kiss the Bridesmaid

holidays romance

A Wedding Date Rom Com
A wedding, a handsome best man, a pact for seven nights of no-strings-attached fun…

What could go wrong?

What I love most about this book: Summer isn’t as unperfect a heroine as I’ve ever written…

All tropes: Forced proximity, Vacation/Travel Romance

Standalone? Part of a series but can be read as a standalone!


From Thailand with Love

chick lit book An Enemies to Lovers, Adventure Rom-com Thrown together on an expedition to find the legendary Lost City of Gold, photographer Winter and archaeologist Logan are instant enemies. But as they journey through the jungle together — and their treasure hunt takes an unexpected turn — the line between love and hate begins to blur…

What I love most about this book: I finally got to go on a treasure hunt!

All tropes: Enemies to lovers, forced proximity, workplace romance, adventure romance, only one bed—technically only one tent 🙂 Vacation/Travel Romance

Standalone? Part of a series, but can be read as a standalone.


A Sudden Crush

A Sudden Crush Camilla Isley Romantic Comedy Contemporary Romance Chick Lit ChicklitAn Enemies to Lovers, Slow Burn Romance Joanna Price is about to start her dream life with a tropical honeymoon — until her plane crashes on a deserted island. With only her annoying seat partner for company, will she be able to survive long enough to go back to her picture-perfect life?

What I love most about this book: Joanna has to find herself before she can find love again…

All tropes: Enemies to lovers, forced proximity, only one bed—technically only one hut 🙂Miss Sunshine & Mr. Grumpy, city girl & country boy, slow burn, Vacation/Travel Romance

Standalone? Yes!