Precious metals like silver and gold can’t buy happiness, but you know what they can buy? HEAs! Sometimes, all you need to feel happy is a really good book in your hands. With that in mind, we’ve paired some great books with precious metals today! These stories are worth their weight in gold.
Silver and Silver Creek Fire by Lindsay McKenna
Silver has a shiny, timeless feel to it, just like a great Western! For that reason, we’ve paired Silver with Silver Creek Fire by Lindsay McKenna. When Lea travels to beautiful Silver Creek, hoping to leave her past behind, the last thing she expects is to be pulled into a mystery. Can she and Logan, the rugged owner of the house she is remodeling, solve the mystery and find their HEA along the way? Find out in SIlver Creek Fire. It’s the perfect blend of Western flair, romance and suspense!
Gold and Intercepted by Alexa Martin
Go for Gold! That’s not necessarily a saying in football, you’ll find a gold necklace around this heroine’s neck! Alexa Martin’s super sexy football novel follows Marlee and Gavin as they fight for their HEA among football drama and football wives. If sports or second-chance romances are your jam, you won’t regret picking up Intercepted.
Platinum and Something to Talk About by Meryl Wilsner
What’s more platinum than the red carpet? Not much! In this star-studded, sexy novel from Meryl Wilsner, an actress and her assistant make headline news. Emma has always been Jo’s assistant, but she yearns to be more. When a photo snapped on the red carpet convinces the public that the two are a couple, Jo and Emma must navigate Hollywood, and their relationship as they fight for their HEA. It doesn’t get more platinum than a star-studded slow burn!
Osmium and The Summer of Everything by Julian Winters
If you haven’t heard of Osmium before, you’re not alone. It’s a kind of platinum, and it’s oh-so-sparkly! What else is sparkly? The cover of The Summer of Everything by Julian Winters! In this adorable friends-to-lovers novel, Wesley and Nico dance through a summer of comic books, bookstores and 90’s music. This YA romance is guaranteed to make you smile and feel a little sparkly inside!
Palladium and A Princess in Theory by Alyssa Cole
Palladium is mostly used in fuel cells, so you know we had to pair this one with a badass STEM protagonist! Ledi, the heroine of A Princess in Theory, is a science major that knows her way around a lab. Her love story with Thabiso, a prince in disguise, is absolutely delightful. Come for the HEA, stay for the whip-smart narrator and exciting story!
Which precious metal is your favorite? Let us know in the comments!