10 Black Romance Books That’ll Have You In Your Feelings

Am I the only one that has those moments when all I want to do is read a book that I know will take me on an emotional rollercoaster? But the thing is, reading the synopsis you’ll never guess how much of a toll the story will have on you. But once you finish it, you know it’s a story you’ll never forget. And when you’re having those days when you want to feel all the feels, you go back to that book. 

We’re captivated by these stories because we easily connect with the characters and their lives make such a deep impact.

Check out 10 books guaranteed to make you feel. Really feel.


5 New to Me Authors I Loved in 2020

I had a few authors that were just sitting in my TBR and I was hype once I finally got to them. I have a few faves who take up my reading time, but I try to make it a priority to discover a few new authors every year. In 2020, I discovered these ladies and I can’t wait to read more from them. Check out my favorite reads from them thus far.

Renee A. Moses

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Chelsea Maria

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Cherish Amore

Book Review: Reignited By Cherish Amore

Date Read: October 12, 2020
Published: August 17, 2020
Pages: 101

Book Synopsis:

Feeling like her marriage is done, Nautica slowly starts giving up. Her husband, Psalm, finds himself in her line of fire almost daily. Constantly, the two bicker and argue, rehashing old hurts, which leads them to make decisions they think they can’t come back from.

Reluctantly, Nautica accepts an opportunity for them to come back from what she believes is a place of no return. On a whim, Nautica and Psalm are whisked away for five days and given a chance and the space to fix what they’ve deemed broken.

Will they allow themselves a chance to love past the pain, or is it too late for their relationship to be reignited?

My Review:

I love a good second chance romance and this story was emotional. It showed some very real aspects of marriage. We hear the happily ever after tales all the time, but we rarely get a deep dive into post honeymoon phase relationships. Relationships go through rough patches, but it’s the work you put in that determines if it’s meant to last.

I love how Cherish showcased not only the faults each character felt they saw in the other, but there was even more self reflection. She showed how sometimes you just need to strip away the outside world and come back to the core of why the relationship became to be in the first place.

This was the first book I’ve read from the author, but it won’t be the last. I’m looking forward to diving into more of her catalogue.