Playing Rough by Meenu Pillai has got a whole bouquet of elements which I felt was one of the best parts of the book. It has depth to it.
Forever Yours by Neha Chenani Khanagwal is a cosy little romance, filled emotional push and pulls to keep you engaged and thrilled.
From Lukov with Love by Mariana Zapata is not focused on central characters falling for each other. But it is more focused on two characters.
Before We Fall by Aurora Rose Reynolds could have been so much more as there is a brilliant plot hidden in the book that it chose to ignore.
I Think He Knows by Katie Bailey has everything that you would expect and love in this genre. sweet, quick and easy little chocolate read.
My experience with On Dublin Street by Samantha Young was completely taken over by my issues with the unbearable central female character.
Under Locke by Mariana Zapata is good. It’s a cliche biker romance but set in a slow-cooking fire. So you get all the alpha male heroism.
Melt Into Me by Adhiti Aravind is brilliant with its intense family and boardroom power play, like these characters were playing chess.
Between Us by Mhairi McFarlane was kind of off because of the audiobook and the biggest selling point- the romance was so unconvincing too.
Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston is extremely slow not because of some narration technique but simply because it is.