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Get Your Shine On by Nick Wilgus - A Southern story as if pulled from real life.
How To Be A Normal Person by Tj Klune - I still don't have words to do this book justice. Brilliant, sweet, and thought-provoking.
Make Me Soar by K.C. Wells - BDSM romance heavy on healing/hurt/comfort - wonderfully done. Made me cry more than once.
Falling Awake by Kage Alan - like nothing I've read before. Like nothing this author has written before. Brilliant.
I'm The Guy You Hate by Isa K. - a diamond in the rough, not really a romance, but a character study of two damaged individuals who cannot save each other, but only themselves.
Falling From The Sky by Nikki Goodwin - a realistic, meaningful YA romance that deals with real issues and contains fully formed characters. Color me surprised.
Dogwood Days by Poppy Dennison - adorable fun romp set in a small southern town. Loved this.
Winter Wonderland by Heidi Cullinan - the 3rd book in the Minnesota Christmas series, we finally got Paul's story. Magical, emotional, and beautiful.
An American Homo In Paris by Vanessa North - my prompt for the M/M Romance's group's Love Is An Open Road 2015 challenge, this was everything I hoped it would be and more.
Muscling Through by J.L. Merrow - sheer brilliance, excellent narration, and two characters who are perfectly imperfect. Absolutely loved this!
Which books did you enjoy this year?