10 Amazing Military Romance Novels
Whether the military plays a big part in your life, or you're just interested in it, reading about soldiers in love can be an enthralling experience. We've selected ten military romance novels that will have you hooked from start to finish. Whether you prefer Navy SEALs or Army Rangers, there's something for you on this list. When you click links from this website, we may receive advertising revenue to support our research. This video was made with Ezvid Wikimaker.
10 Amazing Military Romance Novels
|More by the Author
|Set in Stone
|Time and Space
|One to Hold
|One to Hold
|One to Keep
|One to Protect
|Flight & Glory
|Eyes Turned Skyward
|The Lost Platoon
|Off the Grid
|Out of Time
|Angels & Whiskey
|Saddles & Racks
|Tequila & Lace
|Champagne & Handcuffs
|The Start of Something Good
|A Brand New Ending
|The Charm of You
|Colorado High Country
|Close to Heaven
|First and Only
|Issued to the Bride One Sniper
|Brides of Chance Creek
|Issued to the Bride One Navy Seal
|Issued to the Bride One Airman
Two Centuries of U.S. Army Uniforms
Romance novels can give you that thrill of falling in love. If you are looking for your next romantic read, and have a fondness for a man in uniform, then this list is for you.
In no particular order, here are ten amazing military romance novels. Please note that these books contain mature, erotic themes, and are intended for ages 18 and up.
At #1 is "Crazy Good" by Rachel Robinson. This novel is about Navy SEAL, Maverick Hart, who is used to getting whatever he wants, and Windsor Forbes, who is hesitant to dive into a new relationship after being left at the altar. The two become smitten with each other, but face a whirlwind of tragic events. Will their relationship be able to weather these tough times?
Will their relationship be able to weather these tough times?
Next at #2 is "One to Hold." Written by Tia Louise, this title revolves around ex-marine Derek Alexander, and a small town girl named Melissa Jones. When they cross paths, it sparks an instant connection between the two. Melissa's past tries to catch up with her, but Derek does all he can to hold onto her.
At #3 is "Hallowed Ground" penned by Rebecca Yarros. Josh and Ember have been a couple for two years. As Josh becomes a medevac pilot and Ember graduates from college, they decide to move in together. The plan changes when Josh is deployed to Afghanistan, the country that almost killed him years before. As they face a whirlwind of challenges, you'll have to keep reading to see whether or not Josh and Ember can make their relationship last.
At #4 is Monica McCarty's "Going Dark." The story allows you to follow the life of Anne Henderson. She goes on a trip to Scotland with her new boyfriend to protest against an offshore drilling venture. Having underestimated the dangerous path she has taken, she turns to Dan Warren for help. What she does not know is that this sexy dive boat captain is hiding some important secrets. Filled with action, romance, and suspense, this title will hold you captive from start to finish.
The story allows you to follow the life of Anne Henderson.
At #5 is "Angels and Whiskey" by Kimberly Knight. Gabriel Hastings, a captain in the United States army, tries to avoid love after a heartbreak. Meanwhile, Autumn Jones is stuck in a marriage with a controlling man. These compelling characters will draw you into the plot. And you'll be glad you read on when you reach the book's shocking twist.
At #6 is "The Start of Something Good." In this title, Jennifer Probst introduces you to former special forces paratrooper, Ethan Bishop. He retreats to his sisters' farm to recover. However, he is interrupted when Mia Thrush, a PR Agent from Manhattan, pays a visit to the farm. Coming from two different worlds, Ethan and Mia are bound to clash.
Next at #7 is "Falling Hard" by Pamela Clare. It's about Ellie Meeks, who is left to pick up the pieces after her husband was killed in combat. Since his death, she has stopped looking for a new relationship, as she is busy raising her twins. But can she resist Jesse Moretti? Light and sweet, this book is for people who like a gripping storyline without too much drama.
Since his death, she has stopped looking for a new relationship, as she is busy raising her twins.
At #8 is Abbie Zander's "Dangerous Secrets." You can follow Jake Callaghan as he rescues Taryn Malone from a state of helplessness by offering her a job at his family's Irish pub. The chemistry between the two is undeniable, but a lot of secrets are bound to be revealed. Twist after twist, you'll find yourself hooked on the story.
At #9 is "Survival: A Military Stepbrother Romance" by Lauren Landish. It's about a pair of step-siblings. Army Ranger Wes and intelligent Robin go on a trip to Canada for some rest. Things unfold as feelings for each other are revealed. This title is a perfect example of a great military romance book. It's engaging from start to finish.
Last at #10 is "Issued to the Bride One Sniper" by Cora Seton. In this book, Navy SEAL sniper Hunter Powell, has been given another shot of redeeming himself from a crime he did not commit. He has to marry General Reed's daughter, Jo. Jo is reluctant to fall in love, having failed in her two prior relationships, but her setup with Hunter might just break that streak.