10 Romance Novels You'll Be Sure To Fall In Love With
Writers have been exploring the subject of people falling in love since the days of the Ancient Greece, and yet it's such a rich subject that romance authors still have plenty to write about today. The ten books listed here feature memorable characters and compelling situations that are sure to capture the hearts and minds of readers. When you click links from this website, we may receive advertising revenue to support our research. This video was made with Ezvid Wikimaker.
10 Romance Novels You'll Be Sure To Fall In Love With
Ideas For Your Real Life Romance
You may not be able to dramatically run to the airport or meet at the top of the Empire State Building, but there are plenty of ways that you can bring a little extra romance into your life.
- Have a candlelit dinner
- Send a spontaneous floral arrangement
- Get a cute gift
- Join a book club together
- Cook a cozy meal for two
History of the Romance Novel
Love stories can be traced all the way back to Ancient Greece, and some of the works from that time are still around, though most have been lost to history. The romance novel as we know it today was largely influenced by Jane Austen, who is still hailed as a master of the genre. Historical romance was made popular by Sir Walter Scott, who wrote many works of historical fiction in the early 19th century.
Popular Subgenres of Romance
- Contemporary romance
- Historical romance
- Science Fiction romance
- Romantic suspense
- Paranormal romance
- Romantic Fantasy
5 Great Romantic Movies
If you enjoy reading about love, you probably have a good time watching it on the big screen as well. Check out these five romantic movies (if you haven't already):
The Science of Love
People love reading romance novels because they offer a nice escape from reality where the only thing they have to worry about is whether or not the main characters will end up together. These books typically branch out into many different genres, such as fantasy and historical fiction, but they all mainly revolve around the romantic relationship between two characters.
With that in mind, we've compiled a list of ten romance novels that you'll be sure to fall in love with. Take note that this list is done in no particular order.
First up, at #1, we have "Rough Edge." It's the first entry of CD Reiss' "The Edge" series, and it revolves around Caden and Greyson, a married couple who met during their time in the military. Both of them are happily living their civilian lives as doctors, but their relationship is tested when Caden suddenly starts acting strangely. It's a suspenseful tale full of mystery that fans of dark romance will surely enjoy.
Both of them are happily living their civilian lives as doctors, but their relationship is tested when Caden suddenly starts acting strangely.
Next up, at #2, we have "Wreck Me" by J.L. Mac. Josephine Geroux lost her parents at a young age, and she's had terrible experiences growing up with different foster families over the years. One day, she meets a man named Damon, who she immediately falls in love with. As their relationship develops, Josephine starts suspecting that Damon is hiding something from her, and the secrets he's hiding may drive them apart.
Next, at #3, is "Deeper" by Robin York. After her ex-boyfriend posts explicit pictures of her on the internet, Caroline's life goes on a downward spiral. When she encounters West, a man she's only briefly met in the past, beating up her ex, the two of them form an unlikely friendship. It's a story of two damaged individuals coming together, and it's the first book of York's "Caroline and West" series.
At #4 is "Persephone's Orchard" by Molly Ringle. Sophie Darrow is an ordinary college girl who's suddenly dragged into another dimension by a mysterious man named Adrian. After a while, she starts dreaming about her past lives, where she learns that she used to be the Greek goddess Persephone, and Adrian was Hades. Now, with the help of Hades, she goes on a quest to attain immortality, but a secret organization threatens to kill her and the other reincarnated gods.
Sophie Darrow is an ordinary college girl who's suddenly dragged into another dimension by a mysterious man named Adrian.
At #5 is "More of You" by A.L. Jackson. When Faith was younger, she was in love with the rebellious Jace, but their relationship abruptly ended when he had to leave town. Ten years later, Faith is now a single mother, and she and her daughter's lives are in danger. Jace hears about his former partner's situation and returns to help her, and now they both struggle with conflicted emotions as they're still trying to get over their past.
Next up, at #6, we have "Room for You." Written by Beth Ehemann, it's the first entry of her "Cranberry Inn" series. It revolves around Kacie Jensen, a single parent of two living at her mother's bed and breakfast. One day, during a storm, renowned hockey player Brody Murphy gets stranded at the Cranberry Inn and is forced to spend some time there. Over time, he falls in love with Kacie, but before they can take things further, she has to learn how to move on from her ex-husband.
At #7 is "Vampire Fight Club" by Larissa Ione. It's about Vladlena Paskelkov, a nurse whose brother died after participating in a fighting arena hidden under a supernatural nightclub called Thirst. When she goes undercover to expose their illegal activities, she starts to fall for their manager, a daywalker named Nathan Sabine. Both of them want revenge against the Thirst's owner, and this dynamic drives their relationship forward throughout the story.
When she goes undercover to expose their illegal activities, she starts to fall for their manager, a daywalker named Nathan Sabine.
Next up, at #8, we have "Finally Mine" by Lucy Score. Gloria has been in a toxic relationship for a decade, and she's had to endure years of abuse. When she finally leaves her partner, she meets Aldo Moretta, a soldier who recently came home after sustaining a major injury. The two of them quickly fall in love, but they both have to learn how to overcome their own personal issues before they can finally have their happy ending.
At #9 is "Wife Number Seven" by Melissa Brown. The story is about Brinley, the seventh wife of a man several years older than her. She lives in a community where polygamy is practiced, and unlike her other sister wives, she wants to leave. While out shopping, she encounters Porter, a man who was banished from their community. When Brinley starts falling for Porter, she has to decide if running away from the only life she's ever known is truly what's best for her.
Finally, at #10, we have "The Weekend." Written by Rhyannon Byrd, it's the first book of her "London Affair" trilogy. It introduces readers to Emmy Reed, who's trying to land an interview with a reclusive artist named J.J. Harrison. When millionaire Jase Beckett saves her from a dangerous situation, he offers to let her meet Harrison, who happens to be his grandfather, if she goes to a wedding as his date. Emmy reluctantly agrees, and she immediately finds herself involved in the affairs of the extremely dysfunctional Beckett family.