Who hasn’t dreamt about running into their soulmates just round the corner from their house? I don’t know if it’s because I only go out for grocery shopping or work, or the idea of living in such close proximity to my love, but I’ve always fantasized about the idea of falling for a neighbor. And as they say, if you can’t have it, read about it. Okay, maybe no one actually said that, but what else can we do anyway? We, the book hoarders, perpetual readers, and movie adaptation haters, need our dose of stories after stories some way, right? So, worry not, my fellow non-reader converters, I’ve got you covered.
Today, I bring to you the collection of five of my most favorite neighbor romance novels. You will get meet-cutes, frequent run-ins, and witty banter, to see all of your fantasies coming true through words. So, what are you waiting for? Scroll down and start with any of them, because you deserve to live through other people vicariously!
1. Climax by Lucia Jordan
2. Fever by Lucia Jordan
Selena knows she doesn’t have a chance with a man as gorgeous and charismatic as her co-worker. Darius Gaspari has always been out of reach. But everything changes dramatically when a new neighbor moves in. He doesn’t put a curtain in his bathroom and Selena can’t help but take advantage of the situation. She doesn’t mean to peek, but can’t help herself. When she gets caught in the act, the stranger, who turned out to be more familiar, takes her on a journey of pleasure and pain.
3. Heartbeats by Lucia Jordan
Noelle always had a crush on the next-door neighbors, the hot twins Rolan and Ryce. But she had a boyfriend, and they never seemed to be scarce of sexy women throwing themselves at them. Catching her boyfriend cheating on her changes it all. In her vulnerable and helpless state, she lets the twins invite her to dinner, but the food is not the only thing they are hungry for. Would she finally give in and let her fantasies take over?
4. Quiver by Lucia Jordan
Lyssa hates the coincidence of how every bad boy is always hot as hell, and when she says this, she mostly means her next-door neighbor, Tray. But Lyssa doesn’t want him. No, she is looking for her Mr. Reliable and Tray is definitely not him. Still, she doesn’t mind when she wakes up next to him after the best night of her life. And what is this new development in her heart wanting to stay and never leave?
5. Break Me by Lucia Jordan
Detective Jane Anthony had a great run as a cop at Tempe before one mistake led to everything crashing down. Things got so bad, she had to change cities. The transition was difficult, but she was a good cop and was determined to prove it. The new town was welcoming, especially her two very nice neighbors who coincidentally looked like they were made solely to distract the female population. But Jane is determined not to let the need for companionship destroy her new life, especially when two hot as sin men were vying for her and she didn’t know who to choose.