If You Liked Red, White, and Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston

For the fans of Casey McQuiston's Red, White, and Royal Blue, this list suggests queer romances published this summer. Check out these recent releases to indulge in summer romance any time of year!

One Last Stop is a lovely follow up to Casey McQuiston's debut book. Its inclusive characters and progressive relationship dynamics explore the queer experience in this one-of-a-kind science fiction romance.

A highly anticipated debut novel from Morgan Rogers, Honey Girl shatters the status quo of marriage and job success. Unfortunately what happens in Vegas, doesn't always stay in Vegas. 

For the fans of historical romances, The Queer Principles of Kit Webb is definitely for you! The chemistry between this highwayman and nobleman burns with every page. 

Alyssa Cole's new Runaway Royals sequel, How to Find A Princess, is quite a steamy romp. If you're looking for a new series, check out any of Alyssa Cole's novels!

If you love the writing style of McQuiston, Satisfaction Guaranteed is destined to entertain! The novel is set in a erotic toy store owned by two polar opposites. How will Cade and Selena resurrect their failing business and love lives? 

¡Hola Papi! is an honorable mention to this list. It doesn't technically fit into the genre of romance fiction, but advice columnist John Paul Brammer's book dabbles in love and relationships. Consider this a bonus read!

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