Books by Alexis Hall
Interviews where books by Alexis Hall were recommended
Recently there has been a big push among queer writers to foreground stories of love and joy, says Aaron Aceves, the debut author of a YA novel about longing, lust, and the value of friendship. Here, he selects five of the best LGBTQ+ romance novels with joie de vivre—but which also aren't afraid to engage with a bit of hard reality on the way to a happy ending.
The Bride Test
by Helen Hoang and Emily Woo Zeller (narrator)
Get a Life, Chloe Brown
by Talia Hibbert and Adjoa Andoh (narrator)
by Alexis Hall
by Elizabeth Kingston & Nicholas Boulton (narrator)
by Kate Clayborn & Nicol Zanzarella (narrator)
With Valentine’s Day only days away, it’s time to get in the mood for love—and what better way than listening to an audiobook about two people who at first don’t get along but then fall madly in love? Emily Connelly, assistant editor of AudioFile magazine, recommends her favourite romance audiobooks.
Britain’s Regency period has always been a popular setting for historical romances—and particularly so in the wake of the hit television adaptation of Julia Quinn’s Bridgerton series. We asked the author and columnist Olivia Waite to recommend five of the best Regency romance novels for those who prefer their love stories trimmed with lace.