Books by Helen Hoang
Interviews where books by Helen Hoang were recommended
Romance: it’s one of the bestselling and most widely-read genres, with thousands of books published each year. But where to start? And which books are at the cutting edge of the genre? We turned to Frannie Strober Cassano, the Romance Writers of America’s 2018 Librarian of the Year, for her choice of the best new romances published in the past 12 months.
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 & Joe Jameson (narrator)
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.
Romance is one of the most widely read and commercially successful genres, a literary haven for those seeking a happy ending. Here, the book blogger and self-confessed romantic fiction addict Natasha Tomic chooses her top five romantic novels of 2021, and explains why it's the perfect escapist genre.