L. Loren’s Top 19 IR Books of 2019

Top 10 of 2019

Hi Lovebirds,

Happy New Year!!! There is a new decade upon us and before we get too far into it, I wanted to list my Top 19 Interracial Romance Books of 2019. This is how I chose which books are on the list.

  • I read the book in 2019, no matter when it was released.
  • The book earned a 5 kisses rating from me.
  • Of the 5 kisses ratings, the book spoke to me on a different level than the others.

Easy right? So here’s my list of my favorite reads of the year.

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  1. Duncan by Xyla Turner
  2. Awakening by Pepper Pace
  3. Odin’s Honor by Reana Malori
  4. The Book of Adam & Jo by C.L. Donley
  5. Admit It by Francesca Penn
  6. 35/F Seeks Alpha by V. Vee
  7. Mate of Fire by Siren Allen
  8. The Irishman by V. Vee
  9. X-Mas and Ohs by Francesca Penn
  10. Thick Cut by S. London
  11. Super G by Pepper Pace
  12. Blake by Victoria H. Smith
  13. Stone by Theodora Taylor
  14. Stranded In Arizona by Olivia Gaines
  15. Leonessa by Mahogany SilverRain
  16. Torn by Brooklyn Knight
  17. The Girl Across the Hall by Thayer King
  18. Moya by Kassanna
  19. Carter by Xyla Turner

 

Congratulations to all these wonderful authors. I look forward to reading more from you all in 2020!

2 thoughts on “L. Loren’s Top 19 IR Books of 2019

  1. Wow, L. Loren! I am constantly in awe! Duncan and Trent were the very 2 books I almost didn’t publish. I didn’t think people would be interested in it and I was nervous about doing each character justice. I’m truly honored to even make the list. Thank you for what you do for this community!
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