Clean Romance Books

I will not guarantee that there will not be kissing.  I think all good romance books need to have some good kissing scenes.  I just don't want to read anything beyond the kissing.

Books by Jane Austen
As far as I am concerned Pride and Prejudice should be required reading!
                     Sense and Sensibility
                     Mansfield Park
                     Northanger Abbey

Aisling of Eire  by Dorothy Keddington
I loved this book.  It is set in the United States and Ireland during the 1960's and 1980's.  A young woman meets a young man while she is studying in Ireland.  She comes home pregnant, and all contact stops.  She returns to Ireland as a grown woman.  As you can tell, I can no longer remember names.  I tried to find this book to purchase, but it is out of print.  The going rate was around $100 for a copy.  I hope it is re-released.  Best bet is to find it at the library. (I just found a used copy for $35.00 on Amazon)

Books by Marcia Lynn McClure
I have read a few books of Marcia's.  They are great.  Sometimes the writing is not polished, but she makes up for any faults by the fantastic story that she tells.  Here are a few titles that I have read of hers.  I have several more to go!  I have a link to her web page on the bottom of my home page.
               A Crimson Frost
               Saphyre Snow
               The Heavenly Surrender
               A Rogue Knight (available only in e book format)
               Weathered Too Young
               The Windswept Flame

Books by Anita Stansfield
Do I admit that I am not a fan of most of her books?  There are a few of the many that I like.  I will list them here.
              Towers of Brierley
              The Buchanan Saga  (Series of 4 books)
                    The Captain of Her Heart
                    Captive Hearts
                    The Captains Angel
                    Hearts Crossed
               The Barrington Family Saga (Series of 4 books)
                    In Search of Heaven
                    A Quiet Promise
                    At Heaven's Door
                    Promise of Zion

Books by Georgette Heyer
I was unaware of Georgette Heyer until recently.  She was first published in 1921.  Her style of writing reminds me of Jane Austin, but there is a stronger comedic element in her works.  I have only read a few, but I am interested in reading them all.
                   Spring Muslin
                   Devil's Club

Where Dreams Meet by Linda M. Nelson
I  think this book is no longer in print, that is too bad, I liked it.  If you live close to me, come borrow my copy.

Austenland by Shannon Hale
A wealthy aunt leaves an unexpected vacation to her niece.  She flies to England to a Jane Austen period resort.

Midnight in Austenland by Shannon Hale
Storyline more to Northanger Abbey. A divorced woman discovers the magic of Jane Austen novels and wants to immerse herself in the regency era.  (Mild swearing)

Books by Rachel Ann Nunes
She has so many books published.  I have read many of them and haven't come across one I didn't like.

Ever by Gail Carson Levine
Do you classify this as romance?  I will.  This is the loves story between a God and a human.  They must go through several trials to be able to be together.

My Ridiculous, Romantic, Obsessions by Becca Wilhite
I haven't laughed so hard in a book before.  A reminder that love and romance aren't wrapped up with a pretty little bow.  Life is not like a romance novel.

Enchantment by Orson Scott Card
A young man finds himself in an enchanted  forest with a young woman lying on a pedestal, he returns later and romance and adventure await.

Four Summers Waiting by Mary Schoenecker
Set during the Civil War. The book spans a period of four years.

Lord Wraybournes Betrothed by Jo Beverly
A betrothal to a stranger.  Jane takes a season and is introduced to Lord Wraybourne, his family and friends.  A mystery is going on at the same time, Lord Wraybourne has been asked to help figure out the identity of a man who has been raping women.

"Morgan Brothers Trilogy by Nancy Parra
An old west historical romance trilogy. 
            Saving Samantha
            A Wanted Man
            Loving LanaRu

Betrothed by Marti Talbott
Betrothed to three men, and doesn't want to be married.

Rugged and Relentless by Kelly Eileen Hake
Three women place an add for husbands for hire in the Old West.  Full of humor.  I really liked this book.

Called Home: Two Hearts Answer by  

The Lightkeeper's Ball by Colleen Coble
Mystery and romance set in the early 20th century.

The Kissing Tree by Prudence Bice
A young woman returns to Colorado to help her grandfather with his cattle ranch.  Her childhood crush is still there and available.

Marian's Christmas Wish by Carla Kelly
Marian is a rambunctious girl.  She is quite untamable.  When her brother brings home a couple of friends to share their Christmas holiday, she wishes that the tall handsome one will find a way to go home and spend the  holiday with his family. She is quite the schemer and chaos ensues.  Lots of fun laughs and clean.

The Most Important Catch by Jaclyn M Hawkes
She's running from a corrupt Dr and pharmaceutical company.  He is a professional football player.  Will they be able to overcome obstacles and live happily ever after.

Caribbean Crossroads by Connie E Sokol
Running from past relationships, will Meagan find peace and love with the star performer on the cruise?

Emerald Isle by Kate Hinderer
Do  not miss your schedule, do not talk to the customers, do not go in  the water after sunset.  Easy rules for employment on the resort Island.  They forgot to mention not to get involved in a mer-war.

Illuminations of the Heart by Joyce DiPastena
Historical romance.  Sent to live with a new guardian, Siri bears a striking resemblance to his deceased wife. Can she get him to see who she is, rather than Clothilde.

Dead Running by Cami Checketts
Cassie is facing her fears.  She is running a marathon and running from the men who "killed" her dad.  She also has two gorgeous men vying for her attention.

My Loving Vigil Keeping by Carla Kelly
I have loved every Carla Kelly book I have read.  This one deals with a little known piece of Utah History in a Mining Camp.  Be prepared to laugh and cry.

Peace River and Above Rubies by Jaclyn Hawkes
Rodeo Cowboys find love in the most unexpected places.

A December Bride by Denise Hunter
Seth has less than a month to make Layla  his bride.  This is a short romance full of humor.  There are more brides book to be read.  Check out the book for each month of the year.

A Beauty So Rare by Tamera Alexander
Eleanor Braddock demonstrates the true meaning of beauty.  Christian Historical Romance.

Miss Armistead Makes Her Choice by Heidi Ashworth.
Regency Romance ~ It was a cut story that was fun to read.

Full Steam Ahead by Karen Witemeyer
Historical Christian Romance.  A debutante in hiding, a driven scientist in the mid 1800's, Texas.  Unlikely circumstances lead to finding peace and understanding.

Books by Sarah Eden!
Sarah is an amazing writer.  I have yet to read a book of hers that I didn't love.
        -Seeking Persephone
        - Courting Miss Lancaster
        -Glimmer of Hope
         -Friends and Foes
         -As You Are
          -Longing For Home
          -Hope Springs

A Heart Revealed by Josi Kilpack
Tragedy during a season in England changes a heart and opens it for true love.

The Boardwalk Antiques Shop Anthology
Perfect blending of three sweet romances set in the same location.

I have not updated this list in a long time.  You can find a more recent list of books that I recommend on my Pinterest board.  All About Books.