7 moms who rock the romance genre!
Romance books have some great moms who represent all kinds of moms. These ladies listed below are mothers either from their own bodies or from their hearts. They’re listed in no particular order:
- Chelsea from Sustained ➜ Chelsea’s too sweet, too innocent, and too gorgeous for her own good. She tries to be tough, but she’s not. She needs someone to help her, defend her…and the kids ( her six orphaned nieces and nephews). Amy’s review | Kim’s review
- Milla from Cry No More ➜ Count your blessings; they can be snatched away in an instant. It is a sentiment Milla Edge knows too well. With an astonishing blend of savvy, instinct, and passion, Milla displays an uncanny gift for finding lost children. Amy’s review
- Kacie from Room for You ➜ Four years ago, my dreams were shattered in an instant. I tried to pick up the pieces and glue them back together the best I knew how, but something was always missing. A father for my two girls. Amy’s review
- Cher from Hold On ➜ is about a cop and a single mom. Cher is also a former stripper who now works in a bar. Amy’s review
- Nicola from The Offer ➜ Nicola is the proud single mom to a five-year old daughter and living a giant lie. She can barely afford their ghetto apartment and all the men she dates run when they hear she comes with a child. Her saving grace comes in the form of a tall, handsome and wealthy Scotsman Bram McGregor. Amy’s review | Kim’s review
- Corrine aka Cory from All The Sky ➜ Corinne Hawes is a single mother struggling to find a way to make a life for her and her teenage son, Nolan. She is an artist at heart, a free spirit on whom the structure and rigor of routine chafes hard. When she takes a job that makes Havoc her boss, they butt heads. But in their confrontations, a spark ignites. When they let their guards down, that spark explodes into a blaze. Amy’s review | Kim’s review
- Kat from Louder Than Love ➜ In a case of mistaken identity, Adrian stumbles into the lives of Kat and her comically lovable daughter. Kim’s review
Pictures don’t necessarily match the moms and their kids in the book.