Books by Roan Parrish

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The Rivals of Casper Road

(We are rerunning our two DIK Halloween-themed romances today!) originally published on 10/02/2022 Roan Parrish continues to produce incredibly beautiful, incredibly lovable romances, and this Harlequin Special Edition does everything that I love about the line - focus in on small-town romance and ...

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The Lights on Knockbridge Lane

The Lights on Knockbridge Lane is a cute, fluffy (well, mostly) Christmas-themed story that is the very first male/male romance to appear in one of Harlequin’s main category lines.  It’s the third in Roan Parrish’s Garnet Run series, and although characters from the earlier books do appear, t ...

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Best Laid Plans

I enjoyed the previous book in this series, and was pleased when I learned that big-hearted, slightly awkward Charlie Matheson would be getting a story.  Better Than People was warm and lovely, with a well-developed romance and well-rounded characters, and I’d hoped for more of the same here - bu ...

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Better Than People

I like dogs and cats, and I like shifter stories that center ‘pack’.  Unfortunately, despite these things - and my fondness for this author’s work - I didn’t really like Better Than People.  No, it isn’t a shifter story.  But animals and pack are at its heart, and if you aren’t a big ...

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Rend

I tend to either wildly love Roan Parrish’s books or dislike them intensely, and Rend, my friends, falls squarely in the ‘wildly love’ category.  Although much of its subject matter is somber and heavy, the author deftly balances the darkness with a passionate romance that’s heartbreakingly ...

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Riven

The first in a new series, Riven follows the love story of rock stars. Well, of one current and one former rock star. Theo Decker, lead singer with the band Riven, is at the top of his career, with no end in sight. For him, though, it’s a never-ending spiral of everything but the music, the only p ...

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Where We Left Off

I fell in love with the Middle of Somewhere series from the start - but if I’m honest, by the end of book one, In the Middle of Somewhere, I just wanted to know more about secondary characters Leo and Will.  Ms. Parrish instead opted to redeem a much hated character in Out of Nowhere (book two), ...