Highly Recommended Comedy-Romance Books

by Maryse on February 20, 2014 · 72 comments

in Book Recommendations

You know… I don’t have much experience in the “rom-com” genre, as I tend to gravitate towards emotional devastation when it comes to my reads (<— Yep. I’m a sucker for punishment). But it seems every time I read a funny one, I end up loving it! I always thought that there was nothing better than a book that causes you to ugly-cry or one that gives you the urge to throw your book across the room ’cause you’re so mad at book-him!

But I realize, there’s also nothing better than a non-stop giggle-fest while reading, too. A relieving lighthearted “funny” between the angsty tearjerkers and the thrilling dark reads. And I noticed, even the funny ones induce butterflies in my stomach and can (and often are) just as steamy as the rest of ‘em. ;)

This list has been a long-time coming, and so frequently asked for.

Peta: I was wondering if you would consider a list of reads that really made you laugh, like the seduction and snacks series by Tara Sivec. Lately all I want are funny reads but they are harder to find than you would think….

Shweta: Currently, I am so tired of reading books which are full of angst and want to read a fun book. But how to figure out one. It would be so great if you can make a list of all fun reads.

Jennifer: … It seems I’ve been reading emotionally draining (just finished Raw) and stress inducing books lately. I’m searching for a book to make me feel like Wallbanger did. Something well written, funny, and steamy. I’m asking for too much, aren’t I? At any rate, help!

Michelle: I’ve been reading some “dark” books and sweet romances and am in the mood for funny. I just re-read Tara Sivec’s books and the Heller series by J. D. Nixon. I loved Wallbanger, too. Any other funny authors?

Bobbi: I am looking for something funny similar to the likes of Wallbanger (seriously, if you haven’t read it yet you need to do so ASAP), Tangled, Neighbor from Hell series, etc. Ideas? I need a break from the angst!

Becca: There are so many books out there that make me want to cry, scream, hide in a closet with a shot gun and supply of ho-ho’s, and just choke a b*tch out. And I’m kind of…strung out from them. So I was wondering if you have any recommendations for books that just make us laugh out loud.

LOL!! And the requests for this list go on and on… I get you. The book angst can be a bit much. And due to my recent love for “The Plan”, I’m ready now. I have a few of my own recommendations under my belt, and I wanna read more of these!

So here are my own “laugh-out-loud” recommendations, and then those of our fellow readers. There are quite a few in the bunch that already have me giggling with glee in anticipation!

Wallbanger by Alice Clayton
One of my #1 funny read favorites! Witty banter, embarrassingly hilarious situations, laugh-out-loud funny. If you’re looking for funny but with a great romantic slow burn, this one’s the one!! He’s her neighbor, he’s get’s plenty of nightly er… exercise, and the bed-banging from his side of the wall keeps her up at night. eek Tee hee!!! Good times to be had by all with this read! (my review). Plus there’s more to come in this series, and I can’t wait for more! (Cocktail Series Reading Order)

The Unidentified Redhead (The Redhead) by Alice Clayton
Speaking of Alice Clayton, her “redhead” series is another laugh-out-loud recommendation. No… I’m not being biased ’cause I’m a redhead (*giggle*), this really is that funny! The author is so funny in real-life, and she translates that perfectly to her quirky (but really real) heroines. And she never skimps on the romance. What I love about her books is that no matter how “funny” they are, there IS a good dose of romantic angst to be experienced, too. She may have you laughing, but she’ll tug at your heart with the romantic tension, and the heartache. Like this one? She’s a “regular” girl (struggling actress) in love with a one of Hollywood’s “it” actors. He’s into her too. But his entourage and the paparazzi are making it extremely difficult. Plus she’s older than him. Three in one in this one! Funny, famous guy/regular girl PLUS she’s older… (my review of book #1: The Unidentified Redhead plus the reading order: The Redhead Series Reading Order)

Seduction and Snacks (Chocolate Lovers #1) by Tara Sivec
I was giggling so hard reading this one that I just had to read the funny parts to my husband. Which meant a TON of it was read to my husband, and I got a kick out of his chuckling too. Don’t even get me on the “drunk bar scene” when he barks at her (the pretty bartender he was crushing on). And wonder’s to himself if he… actually… just barked? Out loud? LOL!!!! There was cackling at that point. :D (my review of Seduction and Snacks and the The Chocolate Lovers Series Reading Order)

Tangled (The Tangled Series) by Emma Chase
I recommended this book on our Facebook page when Kristie asked for “…a clean, funny, love story with out too much drama”

Maryse; Have you read Tangled… oh wait, you said “Clean”. Tee hee!!

Kristi: Oh Drew and his mouth or his inner monologues!!! LOL

Kristie: Maryse its on my list. I didn’t say all my books were clean just want an easy read before I get into my dirty ones. ;)

*blush* Hehe. Yah… so hopefully that little discussion will give you an idea. This is from a male’s POV, and he’s all sorts of playboy-bad (but hilarious with his dirty mouth and even dirtier thoughts). Definitely a ton of fun to be had with this one! (check out my review of Tangled and the Tangled Series Reading Order)

The Plan by Qwen Salsbury
My latest favorite book and it was a comedy romance to boot! Which cinched that I needed to start this list, ’cause it was everything I was in the mood for, and didn’t even know it. She’s crushing on the “higher-up” at the firm she works for, even though he’s a notorious no-nonsense meanie. But she’s bound and determined to get his attention in the best possible way…  though he’s never even glanced her way. That’s the plan. ;) That is… until,  she becomes his next assistant, and is subjected to his assistant-torture. LOL!!! The heroine is one of my absolute favorites ’cause she was just so real and sooooooo funny. Her internal dialogue killed me, it was so funny! I spent a Sunday afternoon in grin-mode, and by the end my cheeks were hurting. Best. Day. Ever! And Jennifer loved it, too: “Reading “The Plan”. OMG. Hysterical!!!! “Glad I never put that dartboard up with his picture” LMAO … So many great “one liners” !!!” (my review of The Plan)

Playing For Keeps (A Neighbor From Hell Series) by R.L. Mathewson
Nothing better than a neighbor from “hell”. No this isn’t “paranormal” but it it’s everything I love in a love/hate relationship. Of cours,e it’s pretty much all hate at first, as these Bradford men prove to annoy every single female-neighbor in their vicinity. Of course there gorgeous, and they even have a little “bad-boy” in ‘em, but they’re a bit self-centered (loud parties, stealing the neighbors food deliveries… stuff like that). BAD boys!!! And it’s such fun to go from her wanting to kick his door down and then kick his butt, to them actually becoming… friends. ;)  Nichole agrees: “I read all three this weekend and they are hilarious.  I was actually laughing out loud through a lot of it. ” Here is my review of (Playing for Keeps (A Neighbor from Hell Novel) & Perfection (A Neighbor from Hell). Plus here’s the Neighbors From Hell Series Reading Order

Single White Vampire (Argeneau Vampire) by Lynsay Sands
I think this was the first official “comedy romance” that I’d ever read, and I couldn’t believe my luck. Lots of steeeeamy romance in this series, and moments of heartbreak, too, but OMG is it funny! Especially this book. Grumpy, ancient vampire/famous author recluse (OMG! That reminds me, I need to add this to my “Hermit/Recluse” list, too!) that is forced out of hiding by his persistent agent that won’t take no for an answer. Due to his in-the-closet vampire nature, his known reclusive-author status helps him hide that little “blood problem” of his, but his lack of book tours, signings and book conventions is drawing notice, and his publisher insists on at least ONE public appearance. The RT Book Convention. GAH!! He’s being thrown into the big-time with that one! I was in tears laughing as he was discovering the “world” and having to deal with us voracious romance-reading women (’cause, lo and behold… he’s reeeeeally good looking)! Really, this is a must read if you’re in the mood for funny. Many of us especially loved the vampire aspect, but even if you’re not that into “vampires” this one, coming out of “hiding” (and all of his grumpy, hilarious reactions) is not one to miss. (My review of Single White Vampire and the Argeneau Vampires Series Reading Order).

READER RECOMMENDATIONS:  —> (and I’d love to list more, so comment or email me and let me know your comedy romance favorites please :D !)

  • The Break-Up Psychic (Dangerously Dimpled) by Emily Hemmer <— Beth recommends this one saying, “Just finished The Break Up Psychic by Emily Hemmer.  Quirky, funny gal meet hot motorcycle driving garage owner.  Not a MC book, but a get your sh!t together book.  The writing is really good and soooo funny.  Great characters.”
  • One for the Money (Stephanie Plum, No. 1) by Janet Evanovich <— HIGHLY recommended by Aimee: “Have you ever read the Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich? Titles like one for the money, two for the dough, etc. It is a really great series my mom got me into…a new on comes out right around our B-day each year and we always grab the next one. It has the same vibe as the Heller series but much more FUNNY!! They are about ‘Stephanie Plum’ who works for her cousin Vinny as an amateur bounty hunter. Her side kick is a reformed ‘Ho’ and her grandma frequents the funeral parlor for punch and cookies and gossip with the local folks. You can always count on her to get into trouble and escape smelling like roses – especially when you have ‘men’ like Morelli and Ranger to save day. They are the BEST!!”
  • Shut Up and Kiss Me by Christie Craig <— Recommended by Nancy: 2 books I found funny & not mentioned much are SHUT UP & KISS ME by Christie Craig, & SHUT UP & KISS ME by Christie Craig, & RANDOM ACTS OF CRAZY by Julia Kent by Julia Kent
  • Random Acts of Crazy (Random Series #1) by Julia Kent
  • The Law of Attraction (Lawyers in Love) by N.M. Silber <— Marina recommends this one: “I’m currently reading “The Law of Attraction” and it has funny witty banter a la Wallbanger which is so fun to read for a change up. Not sure if it’s on your TBR list or not but it’s really quite laugh out loud funny and creative so far!” Geovanna agrees! “The Lawyers in Love series by Nadine Silber. There are some serious laugh out loud, hold your stomach moments!”
  • The Mane Event (The Pride Series) by Shelly Laurenston <— Michelle recommends this series: “Are you opposed to going old-school… good old fashioned shifters romances? Then Shelley Laurenston’s the Pride series is just what you ordered. So funny. HOT HOT HOT and the men…. argh….. fantabulous (Mane Event has been a favorite re-read of mine for years).”
  • Neanderthal Seeks Human (Knitting in the City) by Penny Reid <— Anne recommends this one saying: “It is sweet, funny, SO clever, and sexy and I’m only at 44% but just wanted to rave about it to someone!  The blurb doesn’t do it justice, so it is turning out to be the best book surprise of the summer for me.  Loving it!” and Tammie agrees: “Neanderthal seeks human is absolutely a laugh out loud novel a really great read good character developments and loveable witty writing!  The author did a fanfreakingtastic job I truly loved reading every word in this book and didn’t want it to end!  A nice light hearted read and funny to boot!” Sara, too: “Fav book Neanderthal Seeks Human by Penny Reid (very funny)” and Ashley agrees: “Cannot recommend ‘Neanderthal Seeks Human’ highly enough. Completely fits everything that you are asking for!”
  • Rock Chick by Kristen Ashley <— Michelle also recommends these: “All the Rock Chick books” and Sarah agrees: “…the Rock Chick series is a favorite of mine too. So good!”  (here’s the Rock Chick Series Reading Order)
  • Beautiful Bastard (The Beautiful Series) by Christina Lauren <— Laurie’s recommendation: “I’m assuming you’ve read the Beautiful Bastard series? Funny, witty, well written and hot” and Marina agrees: “I agree with the Beautiful Bastard Series. I LOVED Beautiful Player the most but all in this series have great banter!” and Ashley loves it, too: “I would, however, HIGHLY recommend the entire Beautiful Bastard series by C. Lauren. Every book gets better and better!”  (here’s the Beautiful Bastard Series Reading Order)
  • Friend-Zoned by Belle Aurora <— Laurie also recommends these: “Oh, another recommendation what about Friend Zoned or Willing Captive?”
  • Willing Captive by Belle Aurora <— despite the dark-looking cover & title, I’ve been told this one is not a dark read (and very funny!)
  • Sex Snob by Elizabeth Haley <— Highly recommended by Louise: “… I actually had tears rolling down my face and laughing so hard at section in the book, that I could not even get past that page for at least 5 minutes.(place in book-2nd time that Holland is mentioned)  That is not the only place that made me laugh, there are many other parts in the book that had me laughing.  Mr. Bader had me giggling just like all them in the book!  All the characters in this book have a reason to be there and contribute to the overall hilarity/story.  It is a romance and a good one!  It is so nice to read a book and not roll my eyes and get frustrated with the predictable storyline.”
  • An Affair to Dismember: The Matchmaker Series by Elise Sax <— recommended by Amanda: “Matchmaker series by Elise Sax is hilarious!”
  • Against the Cage: Worth the Fight Series by Sidney Halston <— Gina recommends this one: “Against the Cage (not sure if it is out yet but it was hysterical)”. Haha!! The synopsis made me laugh already. She accidentally punches a cop… in the  parts! *snort* lol The pre-order link is up and it will be releasing May 27th 2014. And Rachel just recommended it, too! “I just finished Against the Cage. It is hysterical (and has MMA fighters. Lots of them) I think it is more comedy than MMA. Not sure but that is up there for me.
  • Gotcha! (Tall, Hot & Texan) by Christie Craig <— Char recommends anything by this author saying: “Anything Christie Craig writes is hilarious! I own all her books she is a favorite for me. I laughed so much when I read her books my hubby grounds me to another room because he can’t watch TV because I can’t shut up. Yes she is that funny and all her heroes are in law enforcement or use to be. There also always a animal pet of some kind in her stories. Her book Gotcha! has one of the most outrageous scenes I’ve read in a romance book.”
  • Divorced, Desperate and Delicious (Divorced and Desperate) by Christie Craig <— this series is Char’s favorite! “My favorite though is her Divorced series which sits on my keeper shelf. All three books are really funny and fast paced and just wonderful!”
  • Shine Not Burn by Elle Casey <— as suggested by Linda.  I skimmed the reviews and sure enough, someone mentioned “cry-laughing”. That’s always fun!!
  • The Wager: The Bet series: Book 2 by Rachel Van Dyken <— Jacque recommends it! “The Wager by Rachel Van Dyken is pretty funny too!”
  • The Bet (book #1) by Rachel Van Dyken <— And Jean thinks this one’s even funnier! “The Bet (Book #1) by Rachel Van Dyken was really funny….I thought it was funnier than The Wager of the same series, but they were both great!”
  • Hey There, Delilah… (a Taboo Love series) by M.D. Saperstein <— Cindy’s suggestion! “i just read “Hey there Delilah”. hilarious, kinda like Tangled”. And Rachel agrees: “Goodness…I forgot about Hey there, Delilah. super funny and cute.” Like Tangled PLUS it’s got “Taboo” in the series name? Yes please!!
  • Eternally North by Tillie Cole <— Kristyn says: “I just read Eternally North by Tillie Cole and it cracked me up. I love rom-com books :)
  • Confessions of an Alli Cat (The Cougar Chronicles, #1) by Courtney Cole <— Romy suggests this one: “Confessions of an Allie Cat by Courtney Cole is laugh out loud funny.” and Polly agrees: “Confessions of an Alli Cat by Courtney Cole is definitely one of my faves!!”
  • The Infamous Ellen James (Infamous Series) by N.A. Alcorn <— recommended by Sophie: “The Infamous Ellen James. One of the funniest books I’ve ever read!” and Sharon loves it, too! “The infamous Ellen James by NA Alcorn was one of my favorite funny books…book two which looks to be just as awesome releases on the 28th!”
  • Heller by JD Nixon <— Erin suggests this one! (here is the Heller Series Reading Order)
  • Falling for the Ghost of You by Nichole Christi <— Kelli liked this one: “Falling for the ghost of you by Nichole Christi was pretty funny and a great read…a little bit more on YA side”
  • Confessions of a Shopaholic by Sophia Kinsella <— Lisa loves these! “the Shopaholic series by Sophia Kinsella had me laughing and swooning, and are my favorite romcom books I’ve read.”
  • Must Love Otters by Eliza Gordon <— Here’s Kristina’s suggestion! “Must Love Otters by Eliza Gordon is another hilarious one. Very funny, sweet romance read, I highly recommend it. A very funny part was when her boyfriend put sriracha sauce on her….well, you just have to read it to find out!” <—Eeeep!! *grins*
  • A is for Alpha Male by Laurel Curtis <— Ricki loved this one! “ Laurel Ulen Curtis’ A is for Alpha Male is a riot! It’s an homage to Kristen Ashley’s alpha males with a mother/daughter cross country road trip!”
  • The Other C-Word (In Other Words) by MK Schiller <— Bobbi’s recommendation!
  • Practice Makes Perfect (Berkley Sensation) by Julie James <— Sally recommends two books from this author! This one (Lisa agrees saying: “super funny. It is about competitive lawyers and the pranks and hi jinks they play against one another.” and…
  • Just the Sexiest Man Alive (Berkley Sensation) by Julie James <— this one!
  • REBEL, a New Adult Romance Novel (The Rebel Series) by Elle Casey <— Sharon recommends this one and…
  • HELLION, a New Adult Romance Novel (The Rebel Series) by Elle Casey <— this ones, saying: “Rebel and Hellion by Elle Casey are both laugh out loud hilarious! Highly recommend!”
  • Temporary Bliss by B.J. Harvey <— Karen recommends this series: “You really have to read The Bliss Series by B. J. Harvey. The first two books are out and they are called “Temporary Bliss” and “True Bliss”. Without giving away any spoilers, the first book is about Mac and her friends with benefits: she has several of them! A Dom, a stripper, and a doctor – but then she meets Daniel…and things start to change… ;-) I hope you’ll read them – they are hilarious, heartwarming and with a touch of drama and angst as well.”
  • True Bliss by B.J. Harvey
  • Bet Me by Jennifer Cruise <— Tabatha has a bunch of recommendations! Like this one: “I loved bet me, Agnes and the hitman, and faking it by Jennifer Cruise (she has many more that are just as hilarious).”
  • Agnes and the Hitman by Jennifer Cruise <— and this one,
  • See Jane Score by Rachel Gibson <— Tabitha says: “And I am completely obsessed with see Jane score and nothing But trouble by Rachel Gibson”
  • Nothing But Trouble by Rachel Gibson
  • Serial Hottie by Kelly Oram <— Tabatha also loves this one: “Also, serial hottie by Kelly Oram had me rolling!”
  • Wicked Games (A Games Novel) by Jessica Clare/Jill Myles <— and Tabatha loves this one, too! “Last but definitely not least, are the games series by Jessica Clair/Jill Myles. Okay I could do this forever. I love funny and Sexy reads, they are definitely my go to read.”
  • And One Last Thing … by Molly Harper <— Lezanda got a kick out of this one: ““And One Last Thing” by Molly Harper was absolutely hilarious! Besides the fact that is was laugh out loud funny I loved the revenge she took on her husband, or well, ex-husband”
  • For A Good Time Call by Trish Jensen <— on Connie’s romcom list! She says: “My daughter and I have been tracking our reads on a spreadsheet for a couple of yrs now. One of our pages includes Rom-Com books. We have read many of the ones you have listed however, don’t forget….”
  • Mother of the Bride by Lynn Michaels <— from Connie’s list, and also…
  • Boycotts & Barflies by Victoria Michaels <— this one (Oh yes, I remember it being recommended a TON a couple of years ago). Shreya recommends it too: “…it’s full of fun & romance….not very intense but definitely FUN…!!!! :D ” and so does Yanira: “…fun chick lit, smart girls swear off guys, barternder guys want smart girls swearing off barflies. Fun fun fun.”
  • The Panty Dropper (A Valentine’s Day Short) by Liv Morris <— also on Connie’s list but this one is very short.
  • Against The Wall by Julie Prestsater <— from Connie’s list and…
  • An Unplanned Lesson (Unplanned Series) by Beth Rinyu <— this one, and…
  • Girl Next Door – The Complete Series by C.C. Wood <— also on Connie’s list…
  • Undead and Unwed (Undead/Queen Betsy) by MaryJanice Davidson <— Tessa suggests this series, and I must agree!! How could I forget. It had me giggling like mad (the heroine is goofy as heck and dealing with a serious (hunky) vampire alpha male). Tessa says: “Anything by Maryjanice Davidson, but the Betsy series are beyond priceless. A total MUST read! The series start with Undead and Unwed.” (here’s The “Undead” series reading order)
  • Office Politics (Harper & Lyttle Series) by Sharon Gerlach <— recommended by Ashley: “I love Office Politics by Sharon Gerlach. It was one of those books that made me Laugh out loud.”
  • Twenty-Eight and a Half Wishes (Rose Gardner Mystery #1) by Denise Grover Swank <— Jacee’s recommendation: “I love the Twenty-Eight and a Half Wishes series by Denise Grover Swank. It’s actually a mystery series. Rose Gardner is quirky and hilarious.”
  • Can You Keep a Secret? by Sophie Kinsella <— also recommended by Jacee (and quite a few of our other fellow readers that loved this one like crazy!!). I can’t wait to read it, and I just totally one-clicked it!! Hildie says: “My favorite book ever is Can You Keep a Secret by Sophie Kinsella, it makes me laugh ever time I read it!”
  • I’ve Got Your Number: A Novel by Sophie Kinsella <— and Jacee recommends this one from the same author saying: “Her characters are always funny.” and Cindy agrees: “Her best book is “I’ve Got Your Number.” It is hilarious!!!” Jacee, too: “I agree with the comments above. I loved I’ve Got Your Number. That scene with the Japanese businessman is hilarious!”
  • Twenties Girl: A Novel by Sophie Kinsella<— This was Jg’s favorite: “My personal favorite among Sophie Kinsella’s book is Twenties Girl…I was *bawling* towards the end!” and Claudia says: “I’m reading Twenties Girl by S.Kinsella and is hilarious..”
  • First Grave on the Right (Charley Davidson Series) by Darynda Jones <— Jeannie recommends this one, and OMG yes! I haven’t read it yet, but this paranormal series comes HIGHLY recommended and often by a ton of our fellow readers. Jeannie says: “The Charley Davidson series by Darynda Jones is hysterical. It’s about a woman who is the Grim Reaper (not a spoiler, you know that from the first page), and a private investigator. There is also a very mysterious alpha male, and you know a little more about him in each book. A very fun series, I definitely recommend it.” (here’s the series reading order)
  • Fashionably Dead (Hot Damned Series) by Robyn Peterman <— Tasha describes this one as “hilarious!”
  • It Had to Be You by Susan Elizabeth Phillips <— Virginia says “Maryse, an author whose books are consistently humorously romantic is Susan Elizabeth Phillips. I think she has 29 published books, so far. I’ve read them all and have laughed my way through most.”
  • Two of a Kind (Fool’s Gold) by Susan Mallery <— Virginia suggests books by this author: “Several of Susan Mallery’s Fool’s Gold Series are hilarious! Particularly Two of a Kind and Three Little Words.”
  • Three Little Words (Fool’s Gold) by Susan Mallery
  • Big Bad Bite by Jessie Lane <— Chelsea’s recommendation, saying: “A funny paranormal romance that I loved”
  • Friends With Partial Benefits (Friends With… Benefits Series (Book 1)) by Luke Young <— Paulette’s suggestion!
  • The Next Big Thing by Johanna Edwards <— Crystal recommends this one: “You should check out The Next Big Thing by Johanna Edwards. It is pricy but such a good book! Had me laughing. … And got me into rom com books”
  • How to Murder a Millionaire: A Blackbird Sisters Mystery by Nancy Martin <— Shannon recommends this series: “Have you read any of The Blackbird Sisters series by Nancy Martin? Destitute “crime solving” socialite & her crazy sisters, meets mafia son… Very fun series!”
  • The Greatest Love Story of All Time by Lucy Robinson <— recommend by Belisha who says it’s “so funny”
  • Double Standards by Judith McNaught <— Komal recommends this one! “Double standards by Judith mcnaught..a MUST MUST read”
LATEST ADD-ONS UPDATED 08-28-2015
  1. Tall Tales and Wedding Veils by Jane Graves <— Eesha recommends these! “Jane Graves is pretty freaking Hilarious…I adore her “Tall Tales and Wedding Veils” (The Couple get drunk and married in.Vegas, then have to pretend to go with it) my favorite dialogue is when Heather (The heroine) says to “Him”: “I cook because I love to eat, not because I have ovaries!!!” And he says: “Sure, then dont expect me to go around killing lizards!” And she says: “Surprsingly that doesnt need balls!” :’D all of her books are Beyond witty and tears-rolling-down funny. The heroes are yummy, the dialogues are whip smart!”
  2. The List by Joanna Bolouri <— Holly insists!!! “The list by Joanna Bolouri NEEDS to be on this list. Absolutely hilarious!!”
  3. Elle Lothlorien <— Sheri recommends this author! “Elle Lothlorian has some great ones: Sleeping Beauty; Sleeping Beauty Wakes Up (not a sequel, but reworked because so many people thought she should end up with the other guy); Alice in Wonderland; The Frog Prince; Gilding the Lily-Pad (Frog Prince from the Frog’s perspective). She has three books she’s working on: Jack and the Beanstalk, Rapunzel, and the Frog King but I don’t know the release dates for them. All her books are great stories and humorous, and I’ve read them all more than once.”
  4. Head Over Heels: A Romantic Comedy by Cindy Procter-King <— Lori suggests these two! “ I wanted to add (as I thought they were quite funny) two books by Cindy Procter-King: Head Over Heels, and Borrowing Alex.”
  5. Borrowing Alex: A Romantic Comedy by Cindy Procter-King
  6. Waking Up in Vegas by Stevie Kisner <— Kristina loved this one! “I just read Waking up in Vegas by Stevie Kisner. If you loved Tangled, then this is for you! Told from the male POV, it was hilarious and fun. I really enjoyed it!”
  7. Fun with Dick and Shane: Memoirs of a Houseboy by Gillibran Brown <— Julia’s recommendation to us! “Don’t know if this list is open to M/M as well as het, but if so, just about the funniest thing I’ve ever read, as in side splitting, can’t breathe, sore the next day from laughing funny is “Fun with Dick and Shane – Memoirs of a Houseboy.” It does involve a domestic discipline relationship with a screwball brat telling the tale. Sweet, wry and funny, and apparently, the author is a real person writing about a real relationship.
  8. Take My Picture by Giselle Ellis <— Another M/M comedy romance! Julia recommends this one too! “Also, “Take My Picture” by Giselle Ellis. If you love screwy dialogue and snappy banter, this is a delightful dish of angsty hilarity.”
  9. Tessa Dare <— Sadie has some for us!! She says: “I didn’t see any Tessa Dare or Caitie Quinn. Both make me laugh out loud. Tessa is an auto-buy, historical writer who pulls off some pretty hot heroes.”
  10. Caitie Quinn <— Here is the other author that Sadie loves! She says: “Caitie is one I’m watching since she’s promised to put out more this year. She has out a couple novellas that are sweet and literally make me LOL.” —–> That’s one of her books!
  11. Stardust (Peaches Monroe, Book 1) by Mimi Strong <— Lisa says: “The Peaches Monroe trilogy had me laughing out loud…a lot!”
  12. The Wager: The Bet series: Book 2 by Rachel Van Dyken <— Marcia says: “The Wager (The Bet Series) by Rachel Van Dyken had me in hysterics! You MUST read!”
  13. Boomtown (Freebirds Book 1) by Lani Lynn Vale <— Karen suggests: “I think Lanie Lynn Vale’s Freebird series is hilariously funny, but also super steamy and suspenseful.”
  14. Naked Werewolf Series by Molly Harper <— Beth is bringing Molly Harper back on the list with these suggestions! “Some already mentioned Molly Harper, can’t forget about her Naked Werewolf or Nice Girls Series”
  15. Love and Games Series by Rachel Harris <— Crystal loves these!! “I’m completely addicted to TASTE THE HEAT and SEVEN DAY FIANCÉ by Rachel Harris And can NOT wait for the 3rd installment of her Love & Game Series to come out this year!!!!”
UPDATED 02/19/2016
  1. The Virgin Romance Novelist by Meghan Quinn <— Grey recommends this one! “The Virgin Romance Novelist by Meghan Quinn, laughed so hard I cried!” Agreed!!! (here’s my review)
  2. Boy Toy Chronicles – Volume One by Jay McLean <— Tessa recommends this one! “I’ve got to mention Boy Toy by Jay McLean. Super funny.”
  3. The Consequence of Loving Colton by Rachel Van Dyken <— Julie laughed through these! “I’ve read several romantic comedies lately. Rachel Van Dyken has 2 hilariously sexy books that are of the Consequence series. I listened to these books through Kindle Unlimited that included the audio. (thanks Rachel) I’m sure there were times when other drivers probably thought I was crazy as I would be driving and laughing with no one else with me. The Consequence of Loving Colton and The Consequence of Revenge.”
  4. Sustained by Emma Chase <— Tracey recommends this one! “Sustained (The Legal Briefs Series Book 2) by Emma Chase is soooo funny . Its from a male point of view and his inner thoughts had me in pleats.” and Cristina agrees! “I seriously laughed my a%$ off reading Sustained! I had tears streaming down my face. If you haven’t read it, please do! It centers around lawyer, Jake Becker. All male, and all hot. The dialogue reminded me of Emma Chase’s first book in her Tangled series. …I laughed till I cried! What makes Emma Chase such a great writer is these scenes are so close to real life. Unfiltered and messy. I read that scene out loud to my husband and we were both dying laughing. He said, “Man, that does sound like real life.”
  5. Off-Campus Series by Elle Kennedy <— THE WHOLE series is HILARIOUS!!!! Sweet, super-sexy, but so funny, you’ll be chuckling so hard, that if you’re in public, you’re gonna get weird stares!!! Tee hee! :P (here are my reviews) and Shannon agrees! “Omg this book was hilarious, I swear half of it is highlighted! Favourite series ever!
UPDATED 06/18/2016

Linda: Absolutely adored this read!!! Sooooo Sooooooo sooooo hilarious and SEXY. Max and Georgia just make me smile.

Fabi: Tapping the Billionaire @27% I think I’m having an honest to goodness fit. I’m laughing so hard I’m snorting and tears are streaming down my face. I can’t breathe. Oh my gawd. Beyond hilarious. Jean first and the the rest of you who kept recommending this book. Thank you, thank you. I would have never read a book with that title and that cover if not for you lovely ladies. I don’t know wth the title and cover are meant to be because they have nothing to do with this story.

DG: No but seriously…I ABSOLUTELY LOVED this book! Funny does not describe it…just.downright.HILARIOUS. And smexy. Loaded with hotness, tons of laughs, witty banter and smex. Benadryl and this book are 4EVER linked in my mind.
Can’t wait to meet the other two billionaires in this series by the oh so mysterious Max Monroe!

Lauren: Such a great book….and hilarious too!

Cristina: I just finished all the Bewitched and Bewildered books too! Thanks for the recommendation!!! :-) They were AWESOME!! What a fun-loving group of people and spectacular story line!!! Love, love, LOVE the entire group!!! I wish I was mated to one of them!!! I feel left out :-( Those boys are just…. YUM!!! I’m in love with all of them!! I can honestly say there isn’t a single book that was better than another!! And the scenes when they go to visit Bart’s store are HILARIOUS!!!! I was laughing so hard there were tears!! This book is the perfect mix of romance, comedy, drama, and paranormal. Ms. Alder cooked up one of the best paranormal series I’ve read in a very long time!! The group’s chemistry was written to perfection!! Like you, I’m in a book funk now and not sure what to read next. June 30th can’t get here quick enough!

Michelle: Omigod I’m laughing so hard that I’m crying! Laura recommended My Commander by Alanea Alder and it’s freakin hilarious! I wish it had audio so I could listen on my drive. On the tampon scene…five paranormal alpha males trying to figure out what a period is and what tampons to get *giggling*

  • Heller series <— Tracy says we should read this series! “I highly recommend the HELLER series by J.D Nixon!! So so so so funny. Don’t be fooled by the cover, It was so damn hilarious. I don’t think I have ever read any series that was more consistently funny.”
  • Not You It’s Me (A Boston Love Story) by Julie Johnson <— Jennifer says THIS one! “Not You It’s Me” by Julie Johnson! OMG I laughed so hard at this book. This artist girl is clumsy and nuts! The good nuts, with the sugar and whatnot on it.. Ha!”
  • Rules of Protection (Tangled in Texas Book 1) by Alison Bliss <— And Christine suggests this one! “Love this list!!! Also, don’t pass up Rules of Protection (Tangled in Texas) by Alison Bliss – hilarious and hot!!!”
  • Cocky Bastard by Penelope Ward & Vi Keeland <— I PERSONALLY HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS ONE! HILARIOUS!!! Ahhhh one of those “almost perfect” reads. (my review)

Maryse: Okay this is ridiculous… i’m at 4% and I can’t stop cackling!!!! Since the very start… my mom (we FaceTime) finally just said “WHAT?!!! WHAT IS SO FUNNY?!!” And I’m all… “you just have to read it. It’s just funny” So all that to say… the start? Priceless interactions. I AM SO IN!!!!!!!!!

Cristina: I’m ready Cocky Bastard right now and yes Maryse it’s HILARIOUS!! Definitely lots of laugh out loud moments! I’m crushing on Chance BIG TIME! I’m taking a break right now to get some actual work done (BOO!), but I’ll be starting part two tonight! I already read the first page and I’m like, “Say what?!”

                                                                                         

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Amanda February 20, 2014 at 2:03 PM

Matchmaker series by Elise Sax is hilarious!

Maryse February 20, 2014 at 2:39 PM

Thank you Amanda!! I shall be adding it. :D

Jacque February 20, 2014 at 2:51 PM

The Wager by Rachel Van Dyken is pretty funny too!

Char February 20, 2014 at 2:59 PM

Anything Christie Craig writes is hilarious! I own all her books she is a favorite for me. I laughed so much when I read her books my hubby grounds me to another room because he can’t watch TV because I can’t shut up. Yes she is that funny and all her heroes are in law enforcement or use to be. There also always a animal pet of some kind in her stories. Her book Gotcha! has one of the most outrageous scenes I’ve read in a romance book. My favorite though is her Divorced series which sits on my keeper shelf. All three books are really funny and fast paced and just wonderful!

linda February 20, 2014 at 3:02 PM

Shine Not Burn by Elle Casey

cindy February 20, 2014 at 3:08 PM

i just read “Hey there Delilah”. hilarious, kinda like Tangled

Maryse February 20, 2014 at 3:09 PM

This list is looking better already!! Thanks guys, keep ‘em coming! :D

LisaB February 20, 2014 at 3:36 PM

Not sure if this is for only indie books but the Shopaholic series by Sophia Kinsella had me laughing and swooning, and are my favorite romcom books I’ve read. I wish it wasn’t so but I think I’m the only person who was so-so about Wallbanger and Willing Captive. There were parts I liked but overall it just wasn’t for me, I just don’t find humor in calling a man’s c@#$ a weewee or other toddler phrases. However, I think that had a lot to do with raising toddlers at the time I read them, lol – I needed books that made me feel like an adult! I did immensely enjoy Neanderthal Seeks Human and Shine Not Burn, they are the kind of books that may not be five star reads but you had one FUN time reading them, they are what I consider perfect “summer reads”

Maryse February 20, 2014 at 3:40 PM

Thanks Lisa! :D Nope it’s for any and all (indie or traditionally published) romantic comedy books. Anything that makes us laugh and love will work!

Rachel Payer February 20, 2014 at 3:43 PM

Goodness…I forgot about Hey there, Delilah. super funny and cute. Opener of Against the Cage was laugh out loud funny but it was all sorts of hot too. MMA hawt!
Great list Maryse!

Alisha February 20, 2014 at 3:51 PM

Thanks for posting this! I love rom-coms, they’re perfect for when it’s dreary outside and you need a pick me up!

Jean February 20, 2014 at 4:23 PM

Love this list Maryse! Besides The Wallbanger, The Bet (Book #1) by Rachel Van Dyken was really funny….I thought it was funnier than The Wager of the same series, but they were both great!

Kristina February 20, 2014 at 4:30 PM

Great list Maryse! Must Love Otters by Eliza Gordon is another hilarious one. Very funny, sweet romance read, I highly recommend it. A very funny part was when her boyfriend put sriracha sauce on her….well, you just have to read it to find out!

Lisa February 20, 2014 at 4:48 PM

That one will be release in March and it looks like amazing.
My friend beta reader of A. C. Meyer and said that it is very funny and hot and romantic :D
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/19877368-crazy-for-you

Chelsea Camaron February 20, 2014 at 5:14 PM

A funny paranormal romance that I loved was Big Bad Bite by Jessie Lane.

Virginia February 20, 2014 at 5:55 PM

Maryse, an author whose books are consistently humorously romantic is Susan Elizabeth Phillips. I think she has 29 published books, so far. I’ve read them all and have laughed my way through most. Several of Susan Mallery’s Fool’s Gold Series are hilarious! Particularly Two of a Kind and Three Little Words. Another author who is known for fun romance reads is Kristan Higgins. I’ve read only one of her books to date and enjoyed the humor a great deal! I LOVE your list and have enjoyed many of them! Thanks!

Ashley B. February 20, 2014 at 6:02 PM

This list is great, Maryse – thanks so much! I also have to add CD Reiss’ Songs of Submission Sequences 1, 2 and 3, plus two other novellas in the series. I am halfway through Sequence 2 and I love everything about these books! She is also coming out with Songs of Corruption soon and they look equally as delicious! :) CD is part of the Erotica Consortium FB page, which is a great one to like!

Ashley B. February 20, 2014 at 6:08 PM

Okay – my last suggestion belongs more in the BDSM arena, but still great nonetheless! I would, however, HIGHLY recommend the entire Beautiful Bastard series by C. Lauren. Every book gets better and better!

Tasha February 20, 2014 at 6:48 PM

Fashionably Dead by Robyn Peterman, hilarious!

Jeannie Smith February 20, 2014 at 8:01 PM

The Charley Davidson series by Darynda Jones is hysterical. It’s about a woman who is the Grim Reaper (not a spoiler, you know that from the first page), and a private investigator. There is also a very mysterious alpha male, and you know a little more about him in each book. A very fun series, I definitely recommend it.

Marina February 20, 2014 at 9:07 PM

I agree with the Beautiful Bastard Series. I LOVED Beautiful Player the most but all in this series have great banter! Great list, thanks Maryse! Can’t wait to read The Plan, just need to get through a big, somewhat boring book for book club. It’s a struggle.

Polly February 20, 2014 at 9:32 PM

Ooohhh there’s a few I haven’t read yet. Confessions of an Alli Cat by Courtney Cole is definitely one of my faves!! Thankyou Maryse!

Jacee February 20, 2014 at 9:54 PM

Yay! I love the rom-com. Sometimes you need a good laugh.
I loved Neanderthal Seeks Human and The Plan!

I love the Twenty-Eight and a Half Wishes series by Denise Grover Swank. It’s actually a mystery series. Rose Gardner is quirky and hilarious.
I also like Can You Keep A Secret? and I’ve Got Your Number by Sophie Kinsella. Her characters are always funny.

Ashley February 20, 2014 at 10:34 PM

Not sure if it’s too late but I love Office Politics by Sharon Gerlach. It was one of those books that made me Laugh out loud.

http://www.amazon.com/Office-Politics-Harper-Lyttle-Gerlach-ebook/dp/B0058UVXBC/ref=la_B0050706S4_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1392953539&sr=1-1

Tessa February 20, 2014 at 10:35 PM

Anything by Maryjanice Davidson, but the Betsy series are beyond priceless. A total MUST read! The series start with Undead and Unwed. :-)

Connie I February 20, 2014 at 11:40 PM

My daughter and I have been tracking our reads on a spreadsheet for a couple of yrs now. One of our pages includes Rom-Com books. We have read many of the ones you have listed however, don’t forget…. the Losing It series (Cara Carmack); Shine not Burn (Elle Casey); For a Good Time Call (Trish Jensen); Mother of the Bride (Lynn Michaels); Boycotts and Barflies (Victoria Michaels); The Patty Dropper (Liv Morris); the Against the Wall series (Julie Prestsater); An Unplanned Lesson (Beth Rinyu); and the Girl Next Door series (CC Wood). Hope this helps and we can’t wait to see your completed list. P.S.Tracey and I look forward to reading your blog every day

Lezanda February 21, 2014 at 1:09 AM

“And One Last Thing” by Molly Harper was absolutely hilarious! Besides the fact that is was laugh out loud funny I loved the revenge she took on her husband, or well, ex-husband

tabatha February 21, 2014 at 2:28 AM

Julia Quinn has seemed to master the historical rom-com. I loved bet me, Agnes and the hitman, and faking it by Jennifer Cruise (she has many more that are just as hilarious). And I am completely obsessed with see Jane score and nothing But trouble by Rachel Gibson. Also, serial hottie by Kelly Oram had me rolling! Last but definitely not least, are the games series by Jessica Clair/Jill Myles. Okay I could do this forever. I love funny and Sexy reads, they are definitely my go to read.

Karen Louise Rohde Færgemann February 21, 2014 at 4:58 AM

You really have to read The Bliss Series by B. J. Harvey. The first two books are out and they are called “Temporary Bliss” and “True Bliss”. Without giving away any spoilers, the first book is about Mac and her friends with benefits: she has several of them! A Dom, a stripper, and a doctor – but then she meets Daniel…and things start to change… ;-) I hope you’ll read them – they are hilarious, heartwarming and with a touch of drama and angst as well.

Sharon February 21, 2014 at 7:15 AM

Rebel and Hellion by Elle Casey are both laugh out loud hilarious! Highly recommend! The infamous Ellen James by NA Alcorn was one of my favorite funny books…book two which looks to be just as awesome releases on the 28th! :)

Crystal Leach February 21, 2014 at 11:17 AM

I’m completely addicted to TASTE THE HEAT and SEVEN DAY FIANCÉ by Rachel Harris​​ And can NOT wait for the 3rd installment of her Love & Game Series to come out this year!!!!

Beth February 21, 2014 at 12:22 PM

Some already mentioned Molly Harper, can’t forget about her Naked Werewolf or Nice Girls Series

Ema February 22, 2014 at 7:53 PM

you definitely have to read Can You Keep a Secret by Sophie Kinsella. this book is the one that started all the comedy romance books for me. it’s hilarious I even still love this book after all these years and after all so many books that I’ve read…

Biate February 23, 2014 at 4:26 AM

I love this list. Sometimes I feel we need more joy and giggles in our lives. Wall banger is my number 1.

Shweta February 25, 2014 at 3:26 AM

Hey Thanks for the list. I love it :-)

Nadine Silber February 26, 2014 at 11:27 PM

I just wanted to sincerely thank Marina and Geovanna for having been thoughtful enough to mention my book, The Law of Attraction. I write to make people feel good, and when I hear that someone enjoyed one of my novels, it means more to me than anything else in the world. Thanks also, Maryse, for honoring me by including me on this list with such fine authors.
Warm wishes,
Nadine

Karen A. February 27, 2014 at 4:12 PM

I think Lanie Lynn Vale’s Freebird series is hilariously funny, but also super steamy and suspenseful.

Sadie March 2, 2014 at 5:11 PM

This is a great list! So glad I was pointed this way.

I didn’t see any Tessa Dare or Caitie Quinn. Both make me laugh out loud. Tessa is an auto-buy, historical writer who pulls off some pretty hot heroes. Caitie is one I’m watching since she’s promised to put out more this year. She has out a couple novellas that are sweet and literally make me LOL.

Danette March 3, 2014 at 2:22 PM

I see HELLER on your list above… This is a FABULOUS series, just Awesome!!… Say hello to your next Book Boyfriend..HELLER!! (but what is he??) and Tilly,.. she’s just something else!! You must read this series!! (you need to add to your “N” author list..hehe) HELLER has it all; mystery, suspense, angst, swooning, heartbreak, lol moments and chuck the tablet!! Just saw that book 6 (rumored to be the last one??) was released and I’m just over the couch on this!! (OMG!!) Off to Heller-land!! see ya soon!!! ;)

Marcia March 11, 2014 at 9:05 PM

The Wager (The Bet Series) by Rachel Van
Dyken had me in hysterics! You MUST read!

Holly Tilling March 23, 2014 at 6:16 PM

The list by Joanna Bolouri NEEDS to be on this list. Absolutely hilarious!!

Lisa May 21, 2014 at 9:05 PM

The Peaches Monroe trilogy had me laughing out loud…a lot!

Julia May 26, 2014 at 9:47 PM

Don’t know if this list is open to M/M as well as het, but if so, just about the funniest thing I’ve ever read, as in side splitting, can’t breathe, sore the next day from laughing funny is “Fun with Dick and Shane – Memoirs of a Houseboy.” It does involve a domestic discipline relationship with a screwball brat telling the tale. Sweet, wry and funny, and apparently, the author is a real person writing about a real relationship.

Also, “Take My Picture” by Giselle Ellis. If you love screwy dialogue and snappy banter, this is a delightful dish of angsty hilarity.

Kristina June 2, 2014 at 10:48 AM

I just read Waking up in Vegas by Stevie Kisner. If you loved Tangled, then this is for you! Told from the male POV, it was hilarious and fun. I really enjoyed it!

Lori June 8, 2014 at 5:04 PM

I was so glad to find your site. I have read many of these romantic comedies, and others are on my to-read list. I wanted to add (as I thought they were quite funny) two books by Cindy Procter-King: Head Over Heels, and Borrowing Alex. I have also enjoyed many titles from Stephanie Bond. Wallbanger was one of my favorites and can’t wait (not much longer now!) for the others in the series. Beautiful Bastard is another fave, and Christina Lauren (pen name I think) has a new series called Wild Seasons, and the first book, Sweet, Filthy Boy did not disappoint. Lastly, another I cannot think of on this list is The Frog Prince. Somewhat funny, but probably mostly sweet.

Mariel June 10, 2014 at 5:49 AM

Wow i love the list that you have! Some of those that I’ve read were fab and the recent book that I’ve read is Katie Ashley’s Rock Chick Series and they were aces! i’ll be sure to read the other books on your lists though. its kinda difficult to find a good book and i really am happy to find your book blog

Rosie Dean August 16, 2014 at 4:52 PM

So many fun books, so little time! Have bookmarked this page so I can come back to it for recommended reads.

Thanks.

corak August 27, 2014 at 7:33 PM

I was ding of laughter in the Beautiful Stranger, by Cristina Lauren and Beautiful Wedding was hilarioussss

Tara September 19, 2014 at 8:34 PM

I absolutely agree with Tessa: anything by Maryjanice Davidson is hilarious. I love the Undead series, but The Alaskan Royals had me laughing even harder!

I’ve also just started reading the Broken Heart series by Michelle Bardsley and they’re always making me giggle. :)

Debbi October 5, 2014 at 10:21 AM

Another great romantic comedy series is N.M. Silber’s Lawyers in Love series. Similar to Julie James.

Maxine Sullivan November 18, 2014 at 10:58 PM

I love romantic comedies so much that I wrote one. :) I hope you don’t mind that I drop by and mention my ebook. I was researching who likes romcoms and found this blog and I just wanted to say that if you like contemporary, lighthearted romances with an Aussie hero and an American heroine set around a Chicago radio station, then feel free to drop by my website and read about my ebook, Night Talk. The cover and title sounds like the book is erotica but it isn’t. It’s sexy.
Thanks so much for the above list. I’m looking forward to reading some of those books.

Eesha December 8, 2014 at 2:21 PM

Jane Graves is pretty freaking Hilarious…I adore her “Tall Tales and Wedding Veils” (The Couple get drunk and married in.Vegas, then have to pretend to go with it)
my favorite dialogue is when Heather (The heroine) says to “Him”: “I cook because I love to eat, not because I have ovaries!!!” And he says: “Sure, then dont expect me to go around killing lizards!” And she says: “Surprsingly that doesnt need balls!”
:’D all of her books are Beyond witty and tears-rolling-down funny. The heroes are yummy, the dialogues are whip smart!

Silvy March 27, 2015 at 6:52 AM

Thank you for this post,I find it browsing what to read next, I want to read something to laugh me till tears. I’ve asking on my FB page about recommendations but no one reply, so I decide to search and I find you amazing blog.
I’ve read Sophie Kinsella’s book: Shopaholic series, Can you keep a secret, Undomestic Goddess.All those book that you mention I’ve put on my TBR list and I will read them soon as possible, first will be The Plan.
Thank you again,
Silvy @Books are my life

Sheri July 27, 2015 at 11:42 AM

Elle Lothlorian has some great ones: Sleeping Beauty; Sleeping Beauty Wakes Up (not a sequel, but reworked because so many people thought she should end up with the other guy); Alice in Wonderland; The Frog Prince; Gilding the Lily-Pad (Frog Prince from the Frog’s perspective). She has three books she’s working on: Jack and the Beanstalk, Rapunzel, and the Frog King but I don’t know the release dates for them. All her books are great stories and humorous, and I’ve read them all more than once.

Julie August 28, 2015 at 9:11 PM

I’ve read several romantic comedies lately. Rachel Van Dyken has 2 hilariously sexy books that are of the Consequence series. I listened to these books through Kindle Unlimited that included the audio. (thanks Rachel) I’m sure there were times when other drivers probably thought I was crazy as I would be driving and laughing with no one else with me. The Consequence of Loving Colton and The Consequence of Revenge.

http://www.amazon.com/Consequence-Loving-Colton-Rachel-Dyken-ebook/dp/B00P9QJVSW/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8

http://www.amazon.com/The-Consequence-Revenge-Rachel-Dyken-ebook/dp/B00RH1NV6U/ref=pd_sim_351_1?ie=UTF8&refRID=1SQYJ5BQCA8SR08F7YRY

Tessa August 28, 2015 at 9:20 PM

I’ve got to mention Boy Toy by Jay McLean. Super funny.

tracey August 29, 2015 at 5:42 AM

Sustained (The Legal Briefs Series Book 2) by Emma Chase is soooo funny . Its from a male point of view and his inner thoughts had me in pleats.

Grey September 1, 2015 at 9:26 AM

The Virgin Romance Novelist by Meghan Quinn, laughed so hard I cried!

Jennifer Rolph February 12, 2016 at 7:34 AM

Holy hell! You’ve provided a pretty awesome hilarious “to read” list for me! Thanks!

Maryse February 12, 2016 at 11:15 AM

YAY! My pleasure Jennifer! :D

Tov February 16, 2016 at 3:13 PM

Molly Harper is a laugh out loud writer. I have to read her books in private or else I get weird looks for giggling while reading.

Leigh-Ann February 19, 2016 at 9:56 PM

Jake Undone and Jake Understood Penelope Ward

Christine Price February 20, 2016 at 7:02 AM

Love this list!!!
Also, don’t pass up Rules of Protection (Tangled in Texas) by Alison Bliss – hilarious and hot!!!

Jennifer Rolph March 9, 2016 at 7:21 AM

“Not You It’s Me” by Julie Johnson! OMG I laughed so hard at this book. This artist girl is clumsy and nuts! The good nuts, with the sugar and whatnot on it.. Ha!

tracy March 18, 2016 at 9:40 AM

Hey there

I highly recommend the HELLER series by J.D Nixon!!

Despite having no experience or skills, Tilly Chalmers can’t believe her luck when she lands a dream job in a security and surveillance business owned by the dangerously attractive Heller. But she soon discovers her new boss is a man of many secrets. And what is she to make of the strange group of people who live with him? After her first two assignments go disastrously wrong, and with a ruthless competitor on the scene, Tilly must decide if she has what it takes to survive the rough world of security work.

So so so so funny. Don’t be fooled by the cover, It was so damn hilarious. I don’t think I have ever read any series that was more consistently funny.

Maryse March 18, 2016 at 9:49 AM

Oh I heard AWESOME things, Tracy, about this series – what a perfect recommendation for this list. Thank you!

rochelle July 22, 2016 at 1:29 PM

Love you daily emails. Thanks for the updates on release dates. So happy to have stumbled on your website. My all time favorite rom-com is Susan Elizabeth Phillips. All her books are well writtem and LOL funny.

chelle July 25, 2016 at 11:09 AM

hi, STUCK UP SUIT by Penelope Wand and Vi Keeland is a very good book. try it :)

Grey July 25, 2016 at 11:13 AM

The Bad Boy Billionaires series by Max Monroe! Tapping the Billionaire, Tapping Her and Banking the Billionaire… have been released so far :) Laugh out loud hilarious!!

Maria July 28, 2016 at 9:50 AM

Grey beat me to it, but Banking the Billionaire is hysterical with all the pranks! And Breaking Even by C.M. Owens goes even further (pink glitter in the car air vents, KoolAid in the shower head, and so on) – I was laughing constantly!

You mentioned the Pride series by Shelly Laurenston, which are awesome, but even funnier are her Dragon Kin books by her alter ego G.A. Aiken. I’m talking fall-off-the-couch laughing here, especially the further you get into the series. The family interactions remind me of the Bridgertons by Julia Quinn, only a little more violent and with dragon shapeshifters instead of English nobility. (;

Right by Jana Aston is super funny (a followup to Wrong, which is good but not AS funny), where a girl is basically stalking a guy she’s known since childhood and is determined to end up with, including breaking into his house and making him dinner. Things don’t end up as she expects.

Sabrina August 4, 2016 at 3:49 AM

I just came on here to write about Banking the Billionaire too. It’s so funny! I woke the hubby all night from my laughing.

Alexa August 17, 2016 at 2:14 PM

“The Fix” by Sylvie Stewart is a new book I just discovered. I laughed out loud in the waiting room at the dentist’s office and got some strange looks but I still couldn’t put it down. Not sure if the author has any other books, but I love, love, loved this one!! So funny and sweet with plenty of heat too:-)
I’ve already recommended it to pretty much everybody I know. It’s part one in a series so I can’t wait for the next one.
So glad I found this site! And this list in particular – romantic comedies are my favorite and I agree with so many of these suggestions! And thanks for all the suggestions – time for another visit to Amazon:-)

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