MM romance books are a weakness of mine and why wouldn’t they be? The heartfelt emotions, sweet moments, and the battles to overcome prejudice, all make MM romance books an amazing read.
Sometimes, the protagonists are both alphas while other times, we get cinnamon rolls as the protagonists, and I love them all.
If you’ve been searching for MM Romance books to add to your bookshelf, then you’re in the right place. Today, I’ll share with you my personal favorite recently released Gay Romance books.
Best MM Romance Books To Read :-
- Ice breaker by A.L. Graziadei
- Every Word You Never Said by Jordon Greene
- Golden Boys by Phil Stamper
- And They Lived by Steven Salvatore
- A Little Bit Country by Brian D. Kennedy
- All That’s Left in the World by Erik J. Brown
- Young Mungo by Douglas Stuart
- So This is Ever After by F. T. Lukens
- Husband Material by Alexis Hall
9. Ice breaker by A.L. Graziadei
17-year-old Mickey has a legacy to uphold with both his father and grandfather being legends in the National Hockey League’s history. With talent and hard work, Mickey is sure that he will have the league’s top draft spot. But Jaysen Caulfield thinks otherwise.
Jaysen is a hockey player who unlike Mickey doesn’t come from a family of riches and athletic success. But he is determined to snatch the top draft spot for himself, no matter what.
They’re fighting to beat each other and be the best – but what happens when rivalry turns into romance? Icebreaker is an Irresistible Enemies to Lovers YA debut novel for fans of sports fiction stories. Check it out…
8. Every Word You Never Said by Jordon Greene
Jacob recently came out to his father about his sexual orientation. His father is angry with him and even refuses to acknowledge that his son is gay. But Jacob doesn’t care anymore. He doesn’t care about what his father or anyone else thinks. And his resolve is strengthened even more when he sees the new transfer student, Skylar, wearing a skirt to school.
Skylar is an orphan going from one adoptive house to another. Now, with new parents and a new high school, he hopes to make friends who accept him for who he is. That’s when he meets Jacob, the gorgeous rocker boy. From the moment Skylar met him, he felt something. But can he trust Jacob when he’s always been afraid of trusting others??
7. Golden Boys by Phil Stamper
Golden Boys by Phil Stamper is the perfect summer friendship story about four queer best friends with big hearts and even bigger dreams. Sal, Reese, Heath, and Gabriel are best friends in high school. Sal and Gabriel have hooked up from time to time while both Reese and Heath would like to, but neither dares to say so.
But this summer things are about to change. Enjoy this amazing story as the four friends go on adventure to learn more about friendship, finding love, and finding yourself.
6. And They Lived by Steven Salvatore
Chase has a lot of issues to deal with – body dysmorphia*, a eating disorder, and confusion about his sexual orientation. He’s lost…..and he doesn’t know what to do. But there’s one thing he’s sure of – he wants to be an animator for a big company like Disney. His freshmen year in college is starting and he’s hoping that maybe college will be able to help him get the clarity in life that he needs so much
In college, he meets Jack, a handsome and athletic poet who’s obsessed with stories and the power of words. But Jack is also not sure whether he’s gay. Follow Chase and Jack as they learn to love…
This book is filled with adventure, sex positivity, gender feelings, and an honest approach to mental health.
*Body Dysmorphia – a mental health condition in which you can’t stop thinking about one or more perceived defects or flaws in your appearance
5. A Little Bit Country by Brian D. Kennedy
Verna Rose, a singer had a fallout with Wanda Jean, the country singing legend. Because of this fallout, Verna’s career was ruined and her family suffered a great deal. Years later, Verna’s grandson Luke is in dire need of money because of his mother’s pilling medical bills. So, he decides to get a job at the place he hates the most – Wanda World, an amusement park owned by Wanda Jean.
Emmett Maguire aspires to be the next big thing in the world of country music, just like his idol Wanda Jean. But he still has a long way to go, so, for now, he decides to stay with his aunt during the summer and perform at the amusement park owned by his idol. That’s where he meets Luke and there’s something about him that he just can’t resist.
Can something really happen between a country music singer and a boy who hates country music more than anything else?
4. All That’s Left in the World by Erik J. Brown
The story is set in a post-apocalyptic world in which most of humanity has been wiped off the face of the earth because of a deadly pathogen. Injured and starving, Andrew ends up at the house of a boy named Jamie. Jamie helps Andrew when he needed it the most. Together they go out in the dangerous world in search of civilization. Jamie is starting to feel like he wants something more than friendship with Andrew. But they both have secrets that could jeopardize their relationship.
In this cured world where they can’t trust anyone, they will have to trust each other….
3. Young Mungo by Douglas Stuart
Booker Prize-Winning Author of Shuggie Bain is here with a gripping and revealing story about two boys and their determination to stay together against all odds. It is a great Adult Romance Book set in Scotland.
Mungo is a 15 years old sweet boy who does everything to not cause trouble for anyone, especially his sister who raised him when their parents were always absent when they needed them. He hasn’t told anyone about his sexual orientation since he knows how everyone will react to it.
James is a 17-year-old boy who wants nothing more than to turn 18 as soon as possible so that he can leave his father who wants him to marry a girl knowing the fact that he likes men.
James and Mungo meet and soon they fall in love but being in a relationship is not easy for them. Will they be able to find a place where they belong? Will they be able to find love in a society where love between men is considered wrong??
2. So This is Ever After by F. T. Lukens
Arek is the hero mentioned in prophecies. A hero that would save the Kingdom from its evil king. He along with his friends was somehow able to kill the evil king but there’s one thing none of them considered – who will be the new king?
There is a true heir to the throne, trapped in a tower. Arek’s best friend Matt suggests that Arek should assume the role of the temporary king until the true heir can be rescued. But it turns out the heir is dead and now, Arek is stuck as the new king. And as the legend goes if the new king doesn’t choose a spouse before he turns 18 then he will wither away into nothing.
How will he find a spouse quickly since his 18th birthday is only three months away??
1. Husband Material by Alexis Hall
Alexis Hall, the bestselling author of Boyfriend Material, is back with a sequel to the highly popular novel. The second book starts two years after the first book ended. Sequels can be scary, especially one for a book so widely beloved but it’s Alexis Hall, so, you can expect a great story.
In BOYFRIEND MATERIAL, Luc needed a fake boyfriend and that’s when he met Oliver, the perfect candidate for a fake boyfriend. They pretended to be in a relationship but then pretending to fall in love turned into falling in love for real.
Two years later, From Luc’s beloved best friend Bridget to Luc’s hated ex-boyfriend Miles, everyone is getting married, except for Luc and Oliver. Now, Luc’s feeling the social pressure to propose, but is he ready?