The Top Romance Audiobooks to Check Out if You’re Craving Love Stories

Romance has had a reputation to drive people to life-changing experiences making incredible stories. In a life where you’re constantly on the go, it’s hard to sit down and immerse yourself in a romantic story, but the following popular romance novels are all available on Audible allowing you to listen along keeping your hands free to get everything else done.

The Top Romantic Audiobooks to Add to Your Listening List

Outlander by Diana Gabaldon

Outlander has been described as many genres, but is overall a historical-fiction romance novel filled with literature complications like war, sex, and violence and is the first of nine books in a series.

Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens

In a town where she is known as the Marsh Girl, Kya Clark isn’t what everyone thinks of her. She survived in the marsh alone for years with a great desire is to be loved. Two young men set their sights on Kya intrigued by her wildness and the unthinkable happens.

Call Me by Your Name by André Aciman

Human passion drives a once-in-a-lifetime experience when an adolescent boy encounters the summer guest in his parent’s cliff-side mansion in Italy. The story follows the push and pull of desires of their relationship. 

The Hating Game by Sally Thorne

The confident career-driven Lucy Hutton finds herself at odds with her physically intimidating co-worker Joshua Templeton. An addictive, fierce game of one-upmanship transformed the way the two see each other.

A Long Petal of the Sea by Isabel Allende

Set in 1930s Spain, young Roser is a pregnant widow whose life becomes intricately connected to the brother of the father of her unborn baby, Victor Dalmau. The pair build their relationship through the trials and tribulations as they escape the war to Chile.

The Numbers Game by Danielle Steel

Paul finds himself in between two lives – the life as a family man with Eileen and as a boyfriend to his younger mistress Olivia. Coping with the status of their relationships, each begin questioning their true-life desires.

Year One by Nora Roberts

A classic end-of-the-world story, surviving couples navigate the chaos of anarchy and face strange encounters where they’re morality is tested as they struggle to decide between being good or evil. Follow the characters after their story with Roberts’ second and third book in the series.

The Giver of Stars by JoJo Moyes

Five women form a team to deliver books as a traveling library during the Depression in Kentucky. Together they struggle with the men in their lives all while appreciating the vast country landscapes. Loyalty, humility, justice, and passion ignite the drama on their journey.

Golden in Death by J. D. Robb

As with every story that begins with a mysterious death, a thrilling journey ensues as Eve Daniels looks deeply into the victim’s past and investigates his blemish-free history to find the clue to point to the killer. And after someone else dies under similar circumstances, Daniels gets closer to finding their connection to a murdering madman.

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