Hi friends! Today's post is for all you readers out there. Y'all know I'm a huge reader and one of my favorite genres has to be romance. I'm a sucker for a good love story and I'm sharing some of my all time favorites with y'all today!
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The selection series is one of my all time favorite series. It's the perfect cross between The Hunger Games and The Bachelor. I adore the romance in this book and I love the fact that it reads like a Bachelor TV from the future. The first three books are pretty much perfection (except for Aspen). The series should have stopped at the third. The author went on to write two more and they are awful (in my opinion).
I discovered Alessandra Torre back in the summer and I just love her books. I've read Love, Chloe, Hollywood Dirt, and moonshot. Moonshot is my favorite, but I just adore the cover of Love, Chloe (the book is great,too!) This one is about a privileged girl who loses her money and has to make it own her own. She moves apartments in NYC and falls in love with her neighbor. Such a sweet story. :)
Lauren Layne is one of my very favorite romance authors. She's written a ton of books, but her wedding belle series is the only one that is available in paperback. All her other books are available as ebooks. That isn't my favorite way to read, but for Lauren Layne I'll force myself! She writes different series that feature the same set of characters. I LOVE finding new series like this. Be sure and check out her Oxford series. It's another favorite. My absolute favorite book by her is her newest one: Love Story. It's about a road trip with two characters who have grown up with each other but had a falling out years ago. So good!
I read The Hating Game back in August and I can safely say it is now one of my top 10 favorite books of all time. There is just something about this book that made me grin the entire time I was reading it. I even laughed out loud several times and I never do that. I love, love, love this book. If you only read one book this entire year, I beg you to try this one!
If you're looking for a sweet story about first love, look no further than Jenny Hann's To All the Boys I've Loved Before. This book reminds me of a 1950's high school love story. I mean, the main characters' names are Peter and Laura Jean. I love this story. It originally was suppose to be a duo -logy, but there is a third book coming out in May.
This one spans over 4 years, which I normally hate, but with this book it worked. This story follows a girl who gets her book of poetry turned into a movie that is being produced by a hot Hollywood actor. The two characters fall in love after what begins as just a fling. There was just something about this one that I loved.
Okay, if you haven't heard about Colleen Hoover, you must be living under a rock. CH books are addictive and always have a shocking twist. November 9 is my favorite of her books. This one follows two characters and how they meet on the same day every year. It sounds like One Day, which I didn't love that much, but this one is fabulous. I NEVER saw the twist coming and had serious doubts about the two characters getting together at the end. Such a good book!
When I read this book, I thought R.S. Grey was going to be my new go to author. Then I read 3 other by her and didn't love them. But this one is SO GOOD. It's about two people who have grown up with each other and have hated each other for as long as they can remember. They go away to college and both become doctors. They return to their hometown and start working at the same place. It reminded me of The Hating Game. I loved this one!