If You Like, You'll Love: Halloween Edition

We at RT love books — and we love recommending books to other people! Hence our new column, If You Like, You'll Love, where we strive to help you find your very next read. In honor of Halloween, we've rounded up some paranormal romance recommendations!

Spirits Sticking Around

If you like Jennifer Savalli's The Exorcist Who Loved Me, you'll love Mary Billiter's Spirited Away!

Nothing brings a hero and heroine together like a good ol’ fashioned ghost hunt! In Jennifer Savalli’s The Exorcist Who Loved Me, the ghost of Holly’s late husband’s mistress just won’t leave her alone! It takes drifter/exorcist Lawe to help Holly get rid of the ghost and find true love. Meanwhile, Mary Billiter’s heroine Reese finds that a promotion at work comes with more than she bargained for — her new hotel is haunted! Fortunately local detective Cody Pring is on hand to help with the specter … and her love life.

Jennifer Savalli's THE EXORCIST WHO LOVED MEMary Billiter's SPIRITED AWAY

Get It:

Get It:

Demons Escape

If you like Gena Showalter's Lords of the Underworld series, you'll love Jeri Westerson's Booke of the Hidden!

Gena Showalter’s Lords of the Underworld series (which kicks off with The Darkest Night) explores what happens after warriors release the demons in Pandora’s box and are forced to capture the evil forces with their own souls. In a similar route, Booke of the Hidden follows Kylie, a woman who unintentionally unleashes demons on the world after opening a book she’s found. Both titles are guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat!

Gena Showalter's THE DARKEST NIGHTJeri Westerson's BOOKE OF THE HIDDEN

Get It:

Get It:

Vampires and Witches and Werewolves — Oh My!

If you like Sara Humphreys's Vampires Never Cry Wolf, you'll love Michele Hauf's The Witch and the Werewolf!

Witches and werewolves and vampires — oh my! Opposites attract in both of these paranormal romance novels. In Sara Humphreys’s Vampires Never Cry Wolf, sparks fly between vampire club owner Sadie and the future King of the Werewolves, Killian. Though they both drive each other up a wall, their mutual attraction makes falling in love inevitable. Similar hi-jinx ensue between witch Mireio and werewolf Larson in Michele Hauf’s The Witch and the Werewolf. The path to true love certainly doesn’t run smooth for these two, but it sure is fun watching them work towards a powerful HEA!

Sara Humphreys' VAMPIRES NEVER CRY WOLFMichele Hauf's THE WITCH AND THE WEREWOLF

Get It:

Pre-Order It:

*This post contains affiliate links. If you click an affiliate link and purchase an item from the vendor, we receive a percentage of the profit (even if you don't buy the item we've linked to). Thank you for supporting RT Book Reviews!

Genre: