Light some candles, unwrap a couple of chocolates, slip into something cosy, and get ready to turn up the warmth with some of the best romance novels on shelves. I believe that everyone could benefit from a bit of romance in their lives.
A little romance in our lives keeps things interesting, fresh, and exciting. However, you do not require a significant other to fulfill all of your romantic fantasies. It could be as simple as taking a bath, lighting some candles, and picking up an excellent book to add romance to your life.
We've got heartwarming stories that explore the tender side of love to sexy stories you might not want to read on public transportation or some random place.
Don't despair, dear bibliophile, we've got the ultimate checklist of romance novels to keep your heart racing. Here is the list of 5 top best novels you can treat yourself to that will make you blush:
1. The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks
Every morning, an elderly gentleman visits a woman with failing memory to read from a well-worn notebook. The Notebook is an achingly tender story about the enduring power of love, a story of miracles that you will remember for the rest of your life. The Notebook begins in 1946, amid the austere beauty of coastal North Carolina, with the story of Noah Calhoun, a rural Southerner returning home from World War II. The Notebook gracefully straddles the line between modern and historical romance. At its core, it holds Allie's dilemma: marry her fiancé or give it all up for Noah.
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2. Seven Days in June, by Tia Williams
Eva Mercy, a single mother and best-selling erotica author, meets award-winning novelist Shane Hall at a literary event. They pretend they don't know each other, but 15 years ago, they were two teenagers madly in love, and their chemistry is still palpable. They haven't forgotten about each other, as they've been secretly writing to each other in their books over the years. They reconnect with this fateful reunion, but Eva is still wary as Shane broke her heart and left her with unanswered questions in the past.
3. It Ends With Us
Lily, a newcomer to Boston, manages to persuade gorgeous neurosurgeon Ryle Kincaid to break his "no dating" rule. But his obstinacy makes her wonder where he got that aversion. And when an old flame reappears, everything she has with Ryle is called into question.
4. Vision in White by Nora Roberts
Never the bride, always the wedding planner. Emmaline, Mackensie, Laurel, and Parker are surrounded by love at their successful wedding planning business seven days a week. But just because there's a lot of romance at work doesn't mean they've had good luck with love. Follow Mackensie as she navigates a romance, which proves to be a little more treacherous than she had anticipated.
5. The Hating Game
This 2016 novel will speak to you if you've ever carried a torch for a coworker (the scandal!). Lucy Hutton and her sworn nemesis Joshua Templeman have a bitter rivalry, mainly since they compete for the same promotion. At least, that's how it begins.