And if you read as many romance novels as I do, you soon realize that in many of those novels, the hero treats the heroine badly throughout ninety percent of the book, then he realizes he loves the heroine, and she forgives them. Books on LibraryThing tagged cheating-hero. Cheating is a deal breaker for me too. published 2014, avg rating 3.81 — *Editor’s Note: This post previously referred to the Decades romance series as a product of Harlequin Romance. *Harlequin Enterprises ULC (Harlequin.com) is located at Bay Adelaide Centre, East Tower, 22 Adelaide Street West, 41st Floor, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5H 4E3 and sends informational and promotional emails on behalf of itself and Harlequin Digital Sales Corporation. 1,368 ratings — RubyNesque™—is the promise of honoring all kinds of women in a body-positive and uplifting way: no bashing of any body types, ever. How to Catch a Cheater in 48 Hours or Less! published 1985, avg rating 3.96 — @Katie Lynn, it’s not that book, but it was free for Kindle so I got it anyway. published 2013, avg rating 3.12 — This series is well-written and engaging…the stories have the perfect combinations of romance, passion, hot sex scenes, violence, and passionate. published 1995, avg rating 3.63 — Historical romances often get in on the hilarity, and Sarah MacLean, whose books are mostly regency romances full of witty dialogue and hilarious scenarios, is just one of many enchantingly funny historical authors. These books are true wish fulfillment of the idea that when someone does us wrong they are truly and utterly sorry and beg for our forgiveness or show their love and devotion is a some grand way. I couldn’t escape him. published 1998, avg rating 3.95 — And boy, this book is no joke. These heroes are more of a challenge to "conquer," so the reward is even greater. They are overprotective, but there are worse things to be, and a lifemate never has to worry about her Carpathian cheating on her. We have assembled the best romance books … These books are true wish fulfillment of the idea that when someone does us wrong they are truly and utterly sorry and beg for our forgiveness or show their love and devotion is a some grand way. Re: Romance Novels with Cheating Heroes « Reply #3 on: July 15, 2012, 12:11 PM » Well I have several of the books from the old list - I'll start with this one, and see if I can assemble a list from what I have. Heroes and heroines who cheat tend to be an automatic turn-off for most readers of romance. Whenever someone mentions horrible, rapey, sadistic romance novel heroes, Catherine Coulter's first historical romance comes up. Caught in the Spotlight book. published 1994, avg rating 3.74 — published 2007, avg rating 3.80 — I read romance novels by the truckful. On their site, you can search for books by time period, genre, theme, and character type and more. published 2011, avg rating 3.59 — 696 ratings — Whenever I've seen the topic come up on various romance blogs I frequent, many readers express their dismay and disgust for romances in which adultery or some other form of emotional cheating plays a role in the romance storyline. published, avg rating 4.00 — One Good Earl Deserves a Lover (Rule of Scoundrels Series #2), by Sarah MacLean MacLean is a master of steamy, can’t-put-it-down Regency romances, and One Good Earl Deserves a Lover is, in my humble opinion, her sexiest. 1,177 ratings — published 1989, avg rating 3.64 — Care to add more books? 1,166 ratings — In romance, infidelity is often used to describe the villain in the book whether it is the terrible ex boyfriend or husband or the faithless whore of a wife or girlfriend. Top 5 Romance Novel Series #3 The Tea Rose, Jennifer Donnelly Meet me where the sky touches the sea. So, I am rounding up the best Romance novels featuring forgiveness and groveling. @Celia Marsh, I looked through that list and 3 lists I found on cheating in romance. Or even villainous. Fiona Finnegan lives a simple life as a tea packer for Burton Tea, doing her best to support her mother and father and young siblings. Books like Arsen? published 2013, avg rating 3.58 — There are clearly quite a few romance book readers who love their heroes to be flawed. Start with these 13 romance novels that are all great reads and deserving of a spot on every woman’s bucket list of books.
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