Black Romance Novellas
I heard a few Sistah Girls mention that you don’t care for short stories, but hear me out, think about them as a quick burst of energy to refuel your reading coffers until the next big book comes along. In that regard, I have a list of short tales to hold you over until…
Kiss & Tell: A Novella by Iesha Bree
Iesha Bree tells some of the best short stories. This story was about a forbidden romance and two rachet need-to-be-throat-punched parents, especially on the hero’s side. Kade was not who I thought he was, and Sahara was my girl crush bae.
The One I Love by Ivy Laika
What is not to love about a heroine named Lovely with a love interest named Obi? The two were best friends through college until going their separate way for three years. The story was a friend to more tale you will enjoy.
The author warns that the story is short, but what she neglected to tell us was the story would be a delicious dish served warm and tasty. Zane and Desiree had a problematic road amid their relationship changes, yet the short tale showed readers the magnificence of patient love.
Ember: A BHFD Novella (Brighton Heights Book 1) & Ignited: A BHFD Novella (Brighton Heights Book 2) by Skye Moon
The stories are Firefighter stories featuring Danica and Keaghan as two broken souls after a tragedy and dealing with real-life issues. Book two features Will and Miesha, in a heated, steamy romance short. They are both really good.
In Loves Name by A Marie Johnson
The story was an enemy to lovers’ story, and it was an interesting take on the trope. The story was enemies to a whole lot more when the neighbor’s relationship evolves into a couple’s thing after a situation brought them together.
Love Next Door (Adorable Little Romance) by Trina Crooks
The story was indeed an adorable and short romance when next-door neighbors began a situationship after spending a brief period together and getting a happily ever after. It is refreshing to have your boo thang next door so you can quickly drop your panties.
Moment In Time by BriAnn Danae
The story had me wanting this couple’s short tale to go on a little longer and a chance to savor their connection. Cherish, and Julian’s story was a second chance romance, and it was a fantastic tale.
A Moment of Forever (Lunch Break Series Book 4) by Stephanie Nicole Norris
The short take story with Vanessa and Jeremiah was a great lunch break read; it was enough to whet your appetite for romance in the afternoon.
Our Love Rekindled by Monae Nicole
In this super quick second chances love story, Symone and Ivan have a beautifully sweet, rekindled love story.
Alright, Sistah Girls, this list should help you make it through the week. And remember, a novella that has a beginning, middle, and end, can still be a fulfilling storyline. I implore you to give these quickies a try. Use them in-between relationships. Wink!
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