8 Friends-To-Lovers Romances To Set Your Heart Aflutter
These friends-to-lovers romances will make you believe in love again!
Friends-To-Lovers Romance Novels
Every fan of romance novels has their favorite tropes. Some people love fake relationships while others are particularly fond of enemies-to-lovers or forbidden romance. One of our favorite romance tropes is friends-to-lovers.
While meet-cute romance books are always fun, there's something really compelling about falling in love with someone you know really well who knows nearly everything about you.
Keep reading to discover eight amazing friends-to-lovers romance that you're sure to love!
Love in the Friend Zone by Molly E. Lee
Braylen and Fynn have been best friends since kindergarten. They're in high school now and Braylyn is madly in love with him. The only problem that Fynn sees her just as a friend and actually wants Braylyn to be his wingwoman to finally get a shot with Katy before they all go off to college. Who is Braylyn to deny Fynn what he wants most?
More Than Friends by Kimolisa Mings
In More Than Friends, grad students Imani and Ian meet and become fast friends. They both feel an immediate attraction to each other, though they're both to afraid to ruin they're friendship by saying anything. Eventually, Ian decides to look elsewhere for love. Does that mean they missed their chance? Or will they finally get it together?
All He Ever Needed by Cate Ashwood
Ethan has been hiding who he is his entire life. He hides his sorrow, he hides his sexual orientation, and hides the fact that he's in love with his best friend, Jase. After finding out Ethan recently broke up with someone he was seeing, Jase convinces Ethan to take a trip to the cabin they went to each summer as kids, a trip that will change their relationship forever.
Just Three Words by Melissa Brayden
Book 2 of the Soho Loft series, Just Three Words follows two of four best friends that own a business together that are thrown together after they become roommates in order to share expenses. Sweet Samantha and playgirl Hunter experience growing pains in their friendship as they both realize they're falling for each other.
Flirting with Forever by Kendall Ryan
Between the way she smiles and the way she steals his sweatshirts, Cam has been in love with his best friend, Natalie, for as long as he can remember. She has no idea. One night after they drink too much, they end up sleeping together, changing things between them.
The Switch by Nia Arthurs
Luke plans to ask out a woman named Michelle. The problem is, Michelle is black and his traditional Chinese family are against Luke dating non-Asian women. So he and his best friend Ashanti, who is also black, come up with the plan to introduce Ashanti as Luke's girlfriend so his family can warm up to the idea before eventually making "the switch." The problem is they begin falling for each other.
At Seventeen by Gerri Hill
Madison, daughter of rich parents, and Shannon, daughter of their maid, grew up together as best friends. In their teens, they became lovers until Madison feels pressured to get married and Shannon leaves town. She returns to take care of her mother and old feelings of friendship return. Will those feelings before more?
Wasted Words by Staci Hart
Based on Jane Austen's Emma, nerdy Cam and gorgeous Tyler became friends and roommates after Tyler went through a bad breakup. Cam thinks they're from different worlds and doesn't think Tyler would ever go for a girl like her, but Tyler, who believes her to be uninterested, sees just how incredible she is and believes they be great together.
Let's Keep the Conversation Going...
Do you love friends-to-lovers romance novels as much as we do? What's your favorite?