Top 5 Romance Books to Read This Valentine's Day

Are all of your girls busy for your annual "Galentine's" dinner this year? Did you find yourself without a date? Fear not! Grab a glass of wine (or your favorite tea), your favorite fuzzy blanket, and curl up, because we have the BEST romance novels for you this Valentine's Day!

 

  1. Sorry Not Sorry by Sophie Ranald

This first one is a book for all of you, Rom-Com lovers! Sorry, Not Sorry is a book you are NOT going to want to put down! Hilariously relatable to all of us in some way or another, Ranald will have you laughing and crying with this novel. The main character, Charlotte, goes through a drastic change (with a margarita in hand, of course!) that will leave you on the edge of your chair. 

  1. To All the Boys I Loved Before (The Series) by Jenny Han

Now a Netflix film, To All the Boys I Loved Before, is a series with character Lara Jean Song Covey, who writes five love letters to each boy she has ever had a crush on with the intent of them never being seen. With this invigorating young adult novel, you are going to want to complete the series in one sitting!

  1. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

This one is for all of you classic book lovers out there! In this comedy of manners, Austen portrays characters in a way that is relatable no matter the times. Will a man's pride get in his way? Or will a young woman's prejudice be the cause of a breakup? Austen said it best herself, "It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife."

  1. Sex, Lies, and Online Dating by Rachel Gibson

Sex, murder, a hot detective, and a murder-mystery novelist – what more could you ask for? In this exciting novel, a murderess lures her victims via a dating website. Meanwhile, detective Quinn McIntyre is looking for this killer, and stumbles upon someone who's search history is so crazy, she must be the murderer… It turns out she's a novelist who ends up assisting Quinn on this murder chase. If you love a good mystery, this is the one for you!

  1. Luck of the Draw by Kate Clayborn

This one is for all of my Hallmark movie gurus! A winning lottery ticket allows the main character, Zoe, to quit her job as a lawyer. Hit with guilt on poor decisions, she decides to make amends; in this process, she meets a grief-stricken man, who isn't giving her the benefit of the doubt. Will they fall in love? Can she right a wrong? Find out in Clayborn's witty novel and fall in love with the world she created.