Romantic Reads for Galentine’s Day

We at Tule Publishing are wishing all of our lovely book girls a wonderful Galentine’s Day!

Celebrate Galentine’s Day with these Valentine’s Day themed books, and until the 14th make sure to use code KISS50 on our Tule Book Shop for 50% off all ebooks.

Stealing Hearts by Erika Marks
Loveless and Dunn, Book 5 (Southern Born)

“I liked the blend of real life problems, relationships, romance and suspense in Stealing Hearts. These kept things lively and help my interest. Lucy and Mick are the main characters, but Lucy’s brother Tim is a strong secondary character and I liked how the three of them interacted. You could feel a connection between them all and nothing was overly dramatic which I really liked!” – Sue, Goodreads

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Sleepless in London by Heidi Rice
Stand Alone (Holiday)

“Sleepless in London makes for a hot, fun, quick Valentine’s read. Rosie and Caleb are the perfect good girl, bad boy one night stand. I loved that for such a quick read, Rice packs in some heat and humor with a not to be missed bad boy romance.” – Debbie, NetGalley

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The Valentine Quest by Melissa McClone
Love at the Chocolate Shop, Book 5 (Montana Born)

“THE VALENTINE QUEST will leave you guessing about the rest of the characters you will meet along the way, but not with a huge cliffhanger or anything like that. I truly enjoyed watching Nevada and Dustin grow and learn how to rely on each other during the contest. At first, it was a disaster and I thought they would kill each other! But as the story goes on, each of them really balance the other out. I finished this heart warming story with a huge smile on my face and can’t wait to continue with this series. This is an awesome series, by various authors and to me, the series just keeps getting better and better. Melissa McClone hooked me from the very first page and never let me or my heart go! Don’t you love when an author can do that to you?” – Susan, Goodreads

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Valentine Charms by Anne McAllister
Stand Alone (American Heart)

“Jane was looking for her secret admirer, the one who sent her a tiny charm every Valentine’s Day for many years. Her students preferred the handsome football star and school alum Zack Stoner. Zack had never forgotten the sweet, caring and generous Jane. Zack was a different person now, no longer the angry, attention getting boy. He knew he wanted Jane but feared Jane would be unwilling to take a chance on him. Maybe her students knew her better than she knew herself.
I enjoyed reading this story. Ms. McAllister is an excellent storyteller, keeping me interested in this story so that I had trouble putting it down” – Eileen, Goodreads

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A Dog Called Valentine by Roxanne Snopek
Stand Alone (American Heart)

“When Lily fosters a dog from the shelter she volunteers at, she has no idea how much her life will change. She didn’t expect to fall in love with the dog or Shane, who helps her train him.

I loved this book. I went through all the emotions while reading it, but mostly I laughed because of Valentine’s silly antics. Lily and Shane were the perfect couple. They were so good for each other, but they just didn’t see it at first. I enjoyed the fake dating part of the story and watching Valentine heal their broken hearts and lives.” – Janine, Goodreads

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