What in the world are closed door rom-coms? I’m so glad you asked. 🙂 Closed door rom-coms are romantic comedies where any of the sort of adult bedroom activities are NOT on the page.
These books have all the relatable characters, all the laughs, all the sizzling chemistry, but would have more like a PG or PG-13 rating (if book rating was a thing).
If you’re not sure where to start, here is a great list of must-read closed door rom-coms to get you started!
THAT FINE LINE by Cindy Steel
All I wanted was a quiet summer on my family’s ranch in Idaho while I planned my wedding … what I got was working in close proximity to my very hot high school nemesis who has me rethinking everything.
THE ROOMMATE SITUATION by Katie Bailey
Conor Brady is the hottest man I have ever laid eyes on. Ever. He’s also my new roommate. This is going to be interesting…
RUNNING MATE by Leah Brunner
When making it to congress means faking a marriage… fake it til’ you make it takes on a whole new meaning.
LOVE AND LOATHING by Gigi Blume
It’s not easy to hate the hottest star in Hollywood, but somebody’s got to do it. That somebody is me. But it’s hard to remember to hate him when he looks at me that way…
WRANGLED BY LILITH by Remi Carrington
Holy hot flashes! This blue-eyed dream in a pair of Wranglers is the best-looking cowboy I’ve ever seen. Thankfully, I’m immune to his charms. Or so I thought…
THE MOSTLY REAL MCCOY by Julie Christianson
Not everyone’s destined to live happily ever after, right? Averagely ever after is my goal. Less hoping means less heartbreak. Then I meet Mac and Daisy. Next thing I know, I’m working as a nanny for the cutest kid and the hottest man ever. And now, I’m rethinking everything …
SO NOT MY THING by Melanie Jacobson
I hate Miles Crowe more than itchy socks, “namaste” puns on yoga tank tops, and chigger bites. Combined. The last thing in the world I want to do is work for the man. But it’s definitely not because I’m falling for him…
CAN’T LET YOU GO by Jenny B. Jones
I left London with a broken heart, swearing off men and musicals. But when a chance encounter reunites me with my first love, I find myself unable to resist Charlie Benson. But am I about to star in yet another romantic tragedy?
COMPARED by Kortney Keisel
Confession: I’m attracted to my student’s dad. But I CAN’T be attracted to him, because dating a parent means losing my job. Risking my job and my heart is the most foolish thing I could do. So why can’t I seem to stay away …
LOVE UNEXPECTED by Jenny Proctor
A famous boss. A secret identity. And a hilarious road trip to love.
SNOWFLAKES AND SPARKS by Sophie-Leigh Robbins
Uh-oh. I’m in trouble. My new neighbor is the gorgeous guy I shared my first kiss with ten years ago—right before I broke his heart.
FRIENDSHIPPED by Savannah Scott
Can you keep a secret? … I’m in love with my best friend.
FALLING FOR YOUR FAKE FIANCE by Emma St. Clair
What happens when the man I love to hate becomes the man I must pretend to love?
Are you convinced yet? Snag one (or all) of these great closed door rom-coms for some GREAT reading!
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