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Posted February 13, 2021 by Anne - Books of My Heart in Giveaway, Series on Saturday / 20 Comments

This is a new feature I developed where each month we will look at our favorite – the best – series in a genre or topic.

The topic here, by my definition,  is a romance series with diversity.  Diversity might be gender, culture,  or disabilities but LOVE is LOVE.  I haven’t read all of these.  The team had to help me find some of these.

Since I haven’t read everything, it’s a subset of the possibilities.  I’m sure I am forgetting some great authors. There are also plenty of authors I have yet to read. Please share your favorites with me in the comments, also.

My favorite Diversity romance series are (in no particular order):

                   

 The Brown Sisters                               The Kiss Quotient                                  Cut & Run 
by Talia Hibbert                                             by Helen Hoang                               by Abigail Roux, Madeline Urban

 

                       

Bollywood, The Rajes                            Savage Destiny                                      Runaway Royals, Loyal League     
by Sonali Dev                                             by Rosanne Bittner                                            by Alyssa Cole

 

What are your favorite series?

Vote for your top 3 favorites! You can vote for my favorites or add favorites of your own.  Remember this is how the winning option is chosen for the giveaway.

Then enter the giveaway below.  The winner will get the first book in the winning series! Open International.

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Posted February 13, 2021 by Anne - Books of My Heart in Giveaway, Series on Saturday / 20 Comments


20 responses to “Series on Saturday: LOVE is LOVE

  1. This is a lovely feature, Anne:)). I generally don’t read romance novels, as you know, but a fantasy series with a strong romance element running through it is the Stariel series by A.J. Lancaster – I’ve read the first two and loved them – it’s a quartet and I have the third book Court of Mortals on my TBR pile… I do like the look of The Brown Sisters:). Thank you for sharing.

    • Thank you! There are so many choices. I just finished reading the Witchmark series from CL Polk and every book has an LBGTQ couple. There is a scifi series with pansexual couplings – Cry Pilot by Joel Dane. And a fantasy book, maybe series, Velocity of the Revolution by Ryan Marshall Marseca, also has pansexual couplings. So there are definitely options in other genres than straight romance stories.

  2. Anne M.

    I’ve really cut back on my romance reading the last 5 or so years. I know I’ve read many romances with diversity of some type. Besides m/m romance, I have read a couple with characters with special needs and mixed race couples. One of the books by Penny Reid”s Winston Brothers series comes to mind, one of the heroines has a mental illness or behavioral issues.

    • I chose these series because every book has diversity. But there are many great books in other genres and single books within a series. I am also reading less romance but most of the books I read have a romance aspect.

    • I enjoyed those so much. Yes there are many books which are singles within series and also standalones with diversity. I just chose ones where all in the series have diversity of some type.

  3. I haven’t read any of these, but at least three are on my need to read list. I just finished The Wedding Date, the first in a series by Jasmine Guillory and really enjoyed it. It features an interracial couple. I had read Guillory’s Royal Holiday last year and enjoyed it as well. Great list!

  4. Jen

    I voted for three you listed, but I also adore the Modern Love series by Alisha Rai and the Magic in Manhattan series by Allie Therin. There are a few others, but only have 1 or 2 books out so far, so I didn’t count.