Given the American divorce rate, love and marriage may sometimes seem like they’re no longer a forever kind of thing, but rest assured ‘til death do us part still rules—at least on the pages of these April novels.
While New York Times Bestselling Author Amanda Quick actually explores the concept of ’Til Death Do Us Part in her new historical romance by the same name set in Victorian London. Matchmaker Calista Langley and reclusive crime novelist Trent Hastings must uncover the source of the trinkets being sent Calista before her stalker turns killer.
Meanwhile, in the final chapter of her Crossfire Series, #1 International Bestselling Author Sylvia Day makes it clear that falling in love is easy, marrying the love of your life may well be a dream, but staying married could turn out to be the fight of your life. Love transforms, but in One with You two damaged souls struggle to get the ending their love deserves.
April is synonymous with spring, and there’s nothing quite like spring in Paris, so what could be better for readers than a visit to the City of Lights—if only through the pages of USA Today Bestselling Author Barbara Bretton’s contemporary romance reissue from 2007, We’ll Always Have Paris. After twenty-eight years of marriage, Kate and Ryan Donovan called it quits, now two years later their daughter’s Paris wedding brings them once again face to face. Suddenly, they’re seeing each other in a whole new light in the city where romance beckons around every corner.
Romantic love isn’t the only thing that lasts forever, so can the thirst for revenge. In Remember My Name, award-winning author Dara Girard takes on the question of what can happen to a family when one child has her life stolen from her, and the siblings left behind know what happened but vow never to tell.
Have you ever kept a secret that spun out of control?