7 Reasons Why No One is Reading Romance Novels

Haha! Made ya’ click. Happy April Fool’s Day!

Here at Entangled we love a hysterical trope and witty banter that has tears of mirth rolling down our cheeks. So in honor of this day of hilarious pranks and funny shenanigans the publicity team was invited to share some of our favorite humorous reads from Entangled.

Debbie’s Picks:
How to Lose a Bachelor by Anna Banks because it was laughing out loud so often reading it. Even if you aren’t a fan of reality TV romances you should check this out if you love romances that are filled with humor.

Impulse Control by Amanda Usen I know I chose two reality tv romances but what really made this book memorable was the sizzling chemistry, humor and I love single mom romances. If you haven’t read Amanda Usen yet you need to!

Melissa’s Pick:

Romancing the Nerd by Leah Rae Miller Not only is this book filled with geek culture and swoony moments, but my favorite parts, the parts that made me laugh out loud several times, were every time when Dan said something completely nonsensical, humorous things. (Releases April 5th)

Rhianna’s Picks:

Keeping Secrets in Seattle by Brooke Moss Brooke Moss always writes a perfect balance of sweetness, sobs, and hilarity. This one is my favorite because it’s full of charming characters and the kind of goofy humor that leaves me grinning long after it’s over.

Luck of the Devil by Patricia Eimer This book about the youngest daughter of the devil, her wacky family, and sexy neighbor is a hoot! If you love Dakota Cassidy, Molly Harper, or Michelle Bardsley—I do!—then this paranormal comedy is right up your alley.

Riki’s Picks:
The Fix Up by Tawna Fenske If you’re looking for swoon with a healthy dose of laughter, you’ll love The Fix Up by Tawna Fenske. Each hilarious situation is funnier than the last, and the chemistry between Ben and Holly is off-the-charts. I dare you to read this cute book without laughing out loud.

A Friendly Flirtation by Christine Warner I am a sucker for a quick one-liner or snappy, quirky dialogue that leaves a smile on my face, and the witty banter between Jared and Alsion in Christine Warner’s A FRIENDLY FLIRTATION absolutely fits the bill. Alison is awkward and a little bit silly, and her sweet and funny conversations with Jared are sure to make you laugh out loud.

Did you love one of our picks too? Leave us a comment telling us what one of your favorite romances that made you laugh is or tell us about a fantastic April Fool’s Day prank!

About Author

1 Reply on 7 Reasons Why No One is Reading Romance Novels

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.