When the sun is out, take your books out!

And yes, don’t forget to bring your shades too, because these summer romance novels are hotter than the sun.

For book lovers craving to start a new steamy read, this blog is a sign that you should do it now. Make a perfect environment at the beach or by the pool, indoors or under the stars, and get ready.

A Reminder: These are the kind of stories that will be glued with you for the whole summer season and probably all the summers to follow.

With every passing month at FAYVO, we get a great number of book readers joining the FAYVO family and for them, we have to keep updating the recommendations list. From the fantasy reads to business ideas, and young adult series, we have something special every time.

Today, we are back again with a perfect match of summer and steamy love stories to hit your bookshelves. After all, we all need a shot at love.

So, let’s scroll down the book covers to learn more about each title, and add the ones that catch your eye to your ‘My Favorite Books’ box in FAYVO.

By the Book by Jasmine Guillory:


It is one of the most anticipated novels of 2022 where we meet Isabelle. She is an author pursuing her career in writing. When she gets the job, she’s quite hopeful to earn a handsome amount at her publishing company. But, unfortunately, it turns out to be a lot less exciting than she’d hoped.

She’s underpaid, overworked, and still not able to afford her own apartment. There comes an opportunity. A high-profile author with an amazing reputation in the market fails to send in his manuscript, just then Isabelle plans to grab the option to earn a promotion. She thinks of motivating the author to write his manuscript and submit it by the next deadline. This way, she’ll be a hero at the company.

Isabelle makes her way to the author’s mansion and the story flips upside down when they both fall in love with each other and a love story begins!

Today, Tonight, Tomorrow by Rachel Lynn Solomon:


This book is not just a book, and it is so many more things than just a romance novel. It is a message for every high school senior, and adventure quest, an enemies-turned-lovers story, an unexpected romance, and a new standard for all the books, but especially romance novels.

This book threads the needle between feminism and morality. The two leading characters in the book are Rowan and Neil. They both team up to win their school’s last traditional scavenger hunt for seniors. When the game begins, it becomes more than just a game.

As normal humans, to whom we all can relate, Rowan and Neil have hearts with wants, failings, desires, and insecurities. Rowan is our hero as we flip the pages and read about her role as an aspiring valedictorian, friend, and daughter who struggles to balance all the parts of her life.

Today, Tomorrow, and Tonight is a lighthearted book for romance genre lovers. With the fantasy, there are struggles which makes it a joy to read!

What Books Make the Perfect Summer Reads?

Crime mysteries, thrillers, and non-fiction are really good too, but reading romance books in summer, naturally bring some spice to your summers. Undoubtedly, it is very difficult to choose the right books, but for that, we have got real recommendations at FAYVO.

Before you select your next interesting read, ask your fellow book lovers for the suggestions, then decide on your own if the book has to be wickedly hot or the perfect summertime story that makes it a wonderful beach read.

The list we have here is perfect for anyone who loves romance as it has a bit of everything.

You’ll find different categories of romance. From contemporary romance to historical romance, LGBTQ+ romance, paranormal and fantasy romance, new adult romance, unexpected romance, and more!

So, this is your chance, to get more of the amazing books from FAYVO to satisfy whatever you are craving this summer while lounging on the beach. We’ve got you covered with a great book list worth reading at least once!

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The Wedding Season by Katie Birchall:


The book starts with Freya Scott. She is getting married. She is all happy and excited, ready to get married to Matthew, her long-term boyfriend. She has marked the date with every other detail as she plans on making it the perfect day to remember.

Just then the twist arises. The groom-to-be, Matthew, calls things off hours before they walk down the aisle. It becomes unbelievable for Freya as her entire life plan goes up in smoke. Humiliated, confused, and heartbroken, the last thing she wants is to attend a summer of other peoples’ weddings all by herself.

Things take an interesting turn from here, as her friends decide to create a series of outrageous and silly challenges for Freya to complete at each event. This book is a whole new mood of fun. From getting stuck in the church bathroom and wishing to be saved by the priest to making love with a barman at a French chateau, Freya realizes that life sometimes takes unexpected turns and that’s okay.

This read is for all the heartbroken individuals, who think life is just about planning the perfect wedding and waiting for it, but she understands that the road to a happy ending sometimes has unexpected detours, and that “I do” is only the beginning. The Wedding Season then ends up with Freya finally finding her own happily-ever-after.

Something Wilder by Christina Lauren:


As the name suggests, this novel is an intense romance story written by a big name in the romance genre, Christina Lauren. She is an all-time reader’s favorite who never disappoints. This book will give us the laugh-out-loud, treasure-hunt, romantic adventure we’ve been waiting for.

The story is about Lily Wilder, the down-on-her-luck daughter of a famed treasure hunter. The hero of the scene is Leo Grady. The only problem is, that Leo is the first love whom Lily could not forget. So, if you want to know this steaming hot love story between the two passionate lovers, then this exhilarating, fast-paced, deeply emotional, and sexy romance is required beach reading.

A Proposal They Can't Refuse by Natalie Caña:


When two old-aged people decide to play matchmaker with their grandchildren, the fun is limitless. This book will surely take away your good night’s sleep as you read about Kamilah Vega's willingness to do anything to save the family’s Puerto Rican restaurant. It’s all hilarious including faking an engagement with her competitor, whiskey distiller Liam Kane, to appease their nosey grandparents. This cute yet attractive romance is the perfect mix of family, drama, culture, and sizzling chemistry. Make sure you are ready to read it without any interruptions. So, stock up on snacks before you start on this witty perfect-for-summer and quick-page-flipping read.

My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick:


We all idealize Romeo and Juliet for the love examples, and so Jase Garrett and Samantha Reed are having a strong love bond following the worldly-known couple. As they two fall in love with each other, the Garretts are quite welcoming and ready to add Sam into their chaotic affectionate family. Whereas, Sam’s family is the total opposite. She tries to grab onto both ends but soon she realizes that it’s hard, kind of impossible. Now she has to choose between her family and Jase’s.

Find out what happens there!

Every Last Breath (Final Hour) by Juno Rushdan:


In this unputdownable romantic suspense, that you’d never regret investing your time in. The read is about two secret operators who have been given 48 hours to neutralize a deadly bioweapon. The only yet biggest issue is the only person who can help Maddox stop the pandemic threat is the ex-lover of her life. Cole believes that he got played by her and he wants to leave Maddox in that chaos. But, he can't ignore the looming crisis that can affect thousands of lives.

When these two find themselves working together for a single cause, and racing against the clock, who knows what sparks will ignite? The cold war will continue or the two will get back together? Get the book and find out.

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The Road Trip by Beth O’Leary:


It is one of the most-loved novels by Beth, and the book follows the theme of tried-and-true romance where is it expected that "exes will realize that maybe, just maybe, they made a mistake."

O'Leary's new novel, The Road Trip brings back scorned exes Dylan and Addie, who haven't seen each other in two years. They meet coincidently after a car accident on the way to a mutual friend's wedding. After that, Dylan, Addie, her sister, Dylan, his best friend, and some random guy off of Facebook who happens to be there with them for the ride pile into one tiny car.

It is fun, adventure, jokes, taunts, and entertainment.  It's sure to be a bumpy ride, one that asks if maybe they should revisit the past.

People We Meet on Vacation by Emily Henry:


Fans of Henry's New York Times' bestseller Beach Read are sure to be very excited and ready for this new novel. It is usually observed that whatever Henry writes, it turns out to be a great hit.

People We Meet on Vacation is about two former friends who meet up for one final summer to put all their cards on the table and give one last chance to their friendship. Poppy and Alex are two opposite people who have nothing in common. She's a wild child, and he’s the silent introvert. Sort of a Wonder Bread in human form. Yet, somehow, they were together. They were happy and excited until everything changed, and they haven't spoken since. Let’s cross our fingers and read about their friendship diary!



AS summers are about hot weather, jean shorts, the sharp scent of sunscreen, hats, slippers, and romance, so why not spice up our lives with the FAYVO’s favorite romance list?

Whether you plan on going to the beach this summer, wishing to have a relaxing vacation around the world, or spend the bulk of summers hiding indoors with the AC blowing, there's no better time to fall in love with the characters within these pages. So, get, set, ready to feel your pulse racing, your palms sweaty, and make you wish for a summer romance of your own