Tuesday, 16 February 2021

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 Share some of your favorite romantic stories/books.




Oh this is hard! On the top of my head nothing ever comes up, I would love to just take a look at my bookshelves, but yes that room is not unpacked and will like never be. So then I should go to goodreads, that takes so much time. But I shall go to GR and look for my 4 stars! Edit: I only went back to 2018 so here they are, some of my favs from recent years :D




Paranormal romance: Psy-Changeling Trinity series by Nalini Singh in audio! Awww, these are great, and the romance is smokin'



Scifi romance: Consortium rebellion series by Jessie Mihalik. Love in space! "pew pew"



Contemporary romance: Hard Play by Nalini Singh. All the feels, all the feels.



YA romance: To all the boys I have loved before by Jenny Han. This one is so cute (book 3 was not awesome though.)



Romantic suspense: Through the fire by Katie Ruggle. Nothing like things blowing up to get those romantic feelings exploding



Contemporary romance with humour: Heidi's guide to four letter words by Tara Sivec and Andi Arndt. Oh this was funny!!




Special mention. Any historical romance book (well almost), they never have to blow my mind, they just have to BE and I will enjoy them and be all awwww.








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18 comments:

  1. Nice list! I almost put Heidi on my list, but while I loved it, I tried to pick some that hit the feelz and romance more.

    Oh, have you seen the third PS movie on Netflix? The girl watched this weekend. She said it was okay (she liked it better than the second one).

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    1. It was Heidi or another one, but I felt I wanted some fun too :)

      I did watch it! I do prefer the first one, that one was fun, the next ones are good, but not as good

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  2. Nice list some are on mine and it would be hard too for me to come up with one without the help of GR etc.

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  3. Ooooo HR. The keeper of my heart.

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  4. Yay for Nalini Singh and couldn't agree with you more on her psy/changeling series.

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  5. I don't read too much romance, so it's somewhat easier to choose. But you read so many, no wonder this was tough!

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  6. Heidi was funny. I was giggling too, especially when she got caught spying on her hot neighbour 😁 oh, the mortification!!! I watched the first PS. To all the boys, but didn't continue with the rest. I am too far in in kdramas, to appreciate this series. 😂

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    1. I have yet to enter kdramas, though I did fall down the rabbithole and read toomany manwhas

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  7. I'm bad at remembering books too. I tend to like soft romances that have humor. Josh & Hazel by Christine Lauren comes to mind.

    Karen @ For What It's Worth

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  8. ok, definitely need to get on the Nalini Singh bandwagon. I can't remember if I've read any of her books. Lol.

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    1. You have to try her! And she has different things to offer

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