Contemporary Romances in Audible Unlimited Romance
“Enemies to lovers” is one of my favorite romance tropes. It gives me all the feels when the protagonists have to work their way out of bad behavior patterns and take a chance on each other, even though they have been burnt. It’s very “true love conquers all”.
Of course, not everyone loves this trope as much and bullying in romance is a topic that can definitely be discussed to some length. There are books that cross lines.
But not the ones I have picked for you! They are all extremely entertaining, romantic and sexy. And they are all in the Audible Romance Package**. If you have a subscription, you can listen to all of them for free. If not, find out more here first.
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by Courtney Milan, narrated by Xe Sands and Sean Crisden
This is not only a fantastic enemies-to-lovers but also everything you could hope for in an online love story. Jay is a scientist. When he meets Maria he assumes she’s just a pretty girl with no brains. He has no idea that she is actually the brilliant mind behind his favorite blog and the person he has fallen in love with online. Maria takes no shit from Jay and gives as good as she gets. Until he calls her fake. Since she was not born as a woman, this hits a soft spot.
This has immediately turned into one of my all-time favorite contemporary romance audiobooks, so give it a try! It’s book 2 in the Cyclone series but works perfectly fine as a stand-alone.
by Penelope Douglas, narrated by Laurie Catherine Winkel and Matthew Holland
In my opinion, this is one of the best bully / enemies-to-lovers romances out there. It has some nice, unusual twists with a lot of well-placed angst, while being utterly romantic! You can read my full review here.
Friends without Benefits
by Penny Reid, narrated by Devra Woodward
It’s book 2 in the Knitting in the City series, and while I have no idea why anyone would choose not to listen to the entire series, it works perfectly as a stand-alone. So you can start with this one! 😉
by Karina Halle, narrated by Lidia Dornet and Shaun Grindell
Don’t you just love your smut? I kind of assume that’s why you are here! This book is smut about smut. More specifically, two students who can’t stand each other have to do a team project and end up writing erotica together. It’s insanely entertaining and very sexy. You can read my full review here.
The Shark and I
by Cara Lockwood, narrated by Amanda Ronconi
This was one of my favorite audiobooks of 2018. It’s a very enjoyable romance between a single mom and a man who might or might not be a corporate shark. She first meets him online in a tinder-like dating app. Not long after, she sits across from him in a conference room, discussing the merger of their companies.
This story has everything you’d hope for in a rom-com while never being over the top. Funny banter, awesome sexy times, but also depth.
by Lilly Atlas, narrated by Noah Michael Levine and Erin DeWard
This is currently my favorite MC romance! The two main characters are quite literally enemies. Emily has to betray Jester and his No Prisoners MC to save her brother. But Jester turns out to be a pretty awesome person… What’s a girl to do?
This is a duet narration by the King and Queen of duet narrations: Noah Michael Levine and Erin deWard. If you like MC romances, or if you want to try one out that isn’t all that brutal, or if you’re a fan of duet narrations, you absolutely need to listen to this!
Jester is book 2 in the No Prisoners MC series, but it works as a stand-alone. The entire series is in the Romance Package.
I made this list by going over the 1000 enemies-to-lovers audiobooks in Audible’s Unlimited Romance theme search. I stuck to that list and didn’t add books that I think are kind of enemies-to-lovers, too. But I’d love to know what you think is missing here!
What is your favorite enemies-to-lovers romance?