Elizabeth Michels’ latest installment in her Spare Heirs series, The Rebel Heir, is one of our picks for the best romances of fall 2016. But what are her favorite romances for this autumn? Reader, you’re in luck. Peruse Michels’ satisfying seasonal picks below.
Can you feel it where you live? The cool crisp air of autumn is blowing in and stirring the leaves that still cling to the trees. Bright hues of yellow, orange, and red flutter to the ground outside while we pull out our favorite cozy sweater for the first time in months. It’s time for boots, pumpkin-flavored everything, and to curling up with a good book. As excited as I am about the arrival of cute boot weather, I am most looking forward to wrapping myself in a comfy blanket and getting lost in a great story.
Are you looking for a story to fall into this season? Here are my eight favorite books you should read this autumn.
It certainly did happen one autumn in this amazing story about a headstrong American heiress and an English lord. This is one of my favorite books ever. The fact that it’s set amid the falling leaves makes it a perfect fall read every year.
Rhine rescues Eddy in the desert, but despite the desire between them, she won’t give him her heart. Who doesn’t adore a forbidden love story? This first book in a new series set in the west is a great addition to your autumn reading list.
If you long to slip away to an inn nestled in the mountains of North Carolina, eat delicious cookies, and fall for the even more delicious owner of the inn, then the first book in the Honeywilde series is for you.
Love amid the falling leaves of a neglected old mansion—even the title of this book is perfect for this time of year. A governess breaks into an old home, but she doesn’t expect to find an elderly woman in need of help, or love with the woman’s dashing nephew.
Red leaves, red apples, red handed… Olivia’s caught in the act of vandalism and Pete’s the hot lawman trying to clean up the town’s graffiti problem. If you’re a big fan of animals, this one is for you.
If the kind of boots you’re most excited about this season are Hessians on a duke, check this one out. Dorothea is planning on fleeing to Ireland to escape from her marriage-minded family. All she needs is someone to escort her down the dangerous road to freedom, and she knows just the man for the job.
It’s autumn in this small town and a single mom finds a second chance at love with her ex’s best friend. But can she risk her heart again? This is a perfect read for a chilly fall day.
Are you looking forward to curling up with a good book this season? What’s on your autumn reading list?
Elizabeth Michels grew up on a Christmas tree farm in rural South Carolina. After tip-toeing her way through school with her focus on ballet steps and her nose in a book, she met a boy and followed him a thousand miles away from home to Kansas City, Missouri, before settling down in North Carolina.