If you are a fan of Rebecca Serle, you will love this list we’ve rounded up. These binge-worthy books contain adventure, friendship and romance. The pages are filled with complex characters and compelling stories that you’ll want to read cover to cover.
One Night on the Island by Josie Silver
Although Cleo never imagined spending her thirtieth birthday by herself, a solo retreat for self-care on an Irish island didn’t sound so bad. Meanwhile, Mack was excited about finally finding some alone time and escaping his chaotic life in Boston for a bit. However, a mistake made by the reservations department has Cleo and Mack booked in the same room for the duration of the trip. To make matters worse, they are instantly on each other’s nerves and wonder how they will make it through the week. But as time passes, these two realize that fate brought them together for a reason.
Black Cake by Charmaine Wilkerson
Although Eleanor has recently passed away, she left a puzzling legacy for her children, Benny and Byron. The item is a traditional Caribbean black cake, carefully crafted from a long line of lineage. It includes a recording about a determined, young swimmer who flees from her home when accused of murder. As her kids absorb what she is saying, and even more shocking, the things she is not sharing, they begin to question everything they once knew. Her last request is that they share the cake when the time is right, leaving them to wonder if that day will ever come.
Our Year of Maybe by Rachel Lynn Solomon
Not only is Peter a gifted pianist and Sophie’s best friend, but he’s also on the transplant list for a new kidney. Sophie would do anything for him, so when she discovers she’s a match, there’s no hesitation to donate. Sophie has always had a crush on Peter, and she’s hoping that things will progress to the next level after his surgery. However, things take an unexpected turn when he develops feelings for Chase, a guitarist looking for a keyboard player. As Sophie’s resentment builds and the love triangle gets more complicated, they will be forced to make choices that could end their friendship forever.
Life’s Too Short by Abby Jimenez
YouTube star Vanessa is determined to live each day to the fullest, traveling the globe and making the most of each minute. Her sister and mom didn’t live past the age of thirty, and she knows firsthand how precious time is. But when her half-sister decides to leave her small daughter in Vanessa’s care, her lifestyle takes a drastic change. Next thing she knows, the gorgeous neighbor shows up to help, and he appears to be the baby whisperer. As she starts to develop feelings for Adrian and grow attached to his aging dog, she begins to wonder if maybe life wouldn’t be so bad if she stayed in one place for a while.
Hook, Line, and Sinker by Tessa Bailey
Fox Thornton is the life of the party and likes to live life his way. He’d rather play the field than commit one woman until Hannah Bellinger catches his eye. However, Hannah doesn’t succumb to his charms and makes it clear that she’s crushing on someone else. The two form a friendship, and even though Fox is fueling her flirtation for another man, he can’t help but fall for her. As Hannah spends more time with him, she starts to feel the same way but refuses to be just another girl that Fox has hooked up with. But Fox is determined to prove to her that he is a changed man worthy of her affections.
A Taste for Love by Jennifer Yen
Liza Yang is the envy of all her friends; she’s beautiful, intelligent, and a dreamer. However, her mother doesn’t see things the same way. She views her daughter as a stubborn rebel who doesn’t want to conform to tradition. To prove her mom wrong, she decides to help out at the family bakery’s annual competition. When she arrives, she’s shocked to see that all of the contestants are Asian American young men selected for Liza to potentially date. Although she wants to be angry, she can’t help her attraction to James Wong and wonders if love – and her mom’s approval – are now on the menu.
Indestructible Object by Mary McCoy
Lee and her boyfriend Vince have been working on a podcast together, discussing love and relationships for the past two years. But when he ends things with her during a live broadcast, she is completely blindsided. With Lee’s life unexpectedly falling apart, she seeks solace in her new friend Risa and longtime friend Max. When they start a new podcast dissecting the deep and dark sides of love, Lee realizes that she’s starting to develop feelings for Risa. As she begins to peel back the past layers of heartbreak, she knows the only to move forward is by opening her heart up to someone new.
Sometimes You’re The Worst by Dottie Tewks
Brooks was born into privilege and never had to worry about anything. Once she finished college, she married a man with money and continued to live a life of luxury. Everything was going just as planned, but when her husband died suddenly in a car accident, her whole world was turned upside down. She turned into a recluse for a year, then decided it was time to get back out there. After a few failed attempts at relationships, Brooks cultivated one with herself. As she started to connect with friends and create art, Brooks realized that life’s riches aren’t measured with money.
He Will Be Mine by Kirsty Greenwood
Administrative Assistant Nora Tucker lives a simple life in a small English village. Meanwhile, Gary Montgomery is Hollywood’s newest “it” guy, and after Nora watches his latest movie, she can see why. In fact, she is obsessed and believes that he’s the guy she’s meant to be with. Although she knows it seems crazy, she’s still reeling from an event two years ago that changed her forever. Because of that, she’s determined to go for what she truly wants, even if it seems outrageous. With the help of some unlikely players, Nora finds her way to Los Angeles…but will she make her way into Gary’s heart?
The Voting Booth by Brandy Colbert
Marva has always been passionate about making meaningful changes in the world, and she couldn’t be more ecstatic than to vote in her first election. Duke knows it’s his civic duty, but his band is playing their first show tonight, and he wants to get it over with quickly to prepare. However, he’s turned away from the polls, and Marva witnesses it. Overcome with frustration, she is determined to help and ensure that Duke’s vote is rightfully counted. As these two travel around town trying to make things right, they realize that they are developing a genuine connection and that nothing in life is a coincidence.