7 Romantic Books That Are Perfect to Read on Valentine's Day
Romance novels are in the air!
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Forget date-night, chocolate, or roses! We want some of the best books to read this Valentine's Day.
If you love romance novels then we suggest cuddling up to one this February 14th. From heartwarming stories surrounding reunions and coming home to characters who finally find their independence, there are so many great stories out there! Whether you're single or happily married, romance novels are for everyone! So go ahead, check out all the books to read on Valentine's Day!
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1. Crazy Little Thing
Enjoy this novel from the bestselling series, Bell Harbor this Valentine's Day.
Sadie Turner's perfect life doesn't feel so perfect after her husband cheats on her. Vowing to stay away from men she takes a summer trip to her aunt's lake house for some peace and quiet. But her perfect plan has a few holes in it and when she gets to the lake house she's greeted by two big dogs and her two vivacious cousins. And then there's Desmond, Sadie's tall, tan, and hunky next door neighbor. The chaos of the summer might be exactly what Sadie needs after all in this sweet romantic novel.
2. Love Like This
Keira Swanson doesn't know how much more she can take. Her boss is a nightmare and her bustling job at a major New York magazine is getting to her. And don't even mention her rocky relationship with her boyfriend. But things are changing for 'ol Keira when she takes a 30 day assignment to Ireland. She's attending the festival of love in an attempt to prove that true love does not exist. She's thrown off course when she meets her handsome Irish tour guide who just might make her believe in love again.
3. Dream A Little Dream of Me
Lizzie Thorton left Fair Haven when she was seventeen and now, she has to come back. She ran away from the boy who broke her heart, Trent Younger and now he's standing in front of her at her brothers wedding. This Valentine's Day explore the relationship between these two passionate characters and you'll be happy as a clam.
4. The Governess Game
Alexandra Mountbatten didn't want to be a governess but it's her only hope at making money. Her students are two impossible orphans who live with their guardian, Chase Reynaud, the playboy of London. And Chase has rules of his own, he's not settling down anytime soon. But when Alexandra gives him a run for his money, the two will learn many lessons in love and passion.
5. The Cinderella Deal
Workaholic, Linc Blaise is in a bind. He needs a fake fiancé to land his job and his free spirit neighbor, Daisy Flattery just might be the solution. Daisy accepts, after all she needs a some money to support her painting. But when a fake engagement turns into a legal wedding, Linc and Daisy are forced to live under the same roof. Lucky for them they just might fall in love...
6. Someone to Watch Over Me
When Seth Thornton returns home from his final tours in the Marines, he doesn't fit in. Until he see the gorgeous Rose DiMarco. Seth finally sees a reason to stay in Fair Haven and Rose finally allows a good guy to take care of her, even her ex-boyfriend threatens their entire relationship. This is a perfect romance novel to read this Valentine's Day, you'll get lost in it for hours!
7. Meant to Be
What happens when a successful romance novelist calls of her engagement a week before the wedding? A solo trip to her aunt's beach cottage in Sweetbriar Cove. Poppy Somerville needs time to herself and to clear her terrible case of writer's block. Cooper Nicholson has a job to do, even if this new neighbor is asking he keep the noise down while he works construction. But there's something between the two, true love, and the two must realize it before it's too late.
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