Another month of great book recommendations! I’ve been reading more and more as my assignments for school have been winding down a little bit. As I’ve done so, I’ve moved towards romance novels after October’s darker book loves. I find myself devouring romance novels quicker than any other genre of book (unless the book is amazing and I can’t put it down). I’ve already read two different romance novels this month and it’s only the fifth day! Here are some of the romance novels you should check out this month.
Wow, I finished this book in a day! A very cute novel with original characters, a great plot line, and loads of chemistry. I laughed with the characters and felt their pain. I related to them and felt attached. I usually don’t get so enraptured in a book like this but I’m glad I did. This book is about a bookkeeper who needs to rent out the other half of her bookshop to be able to afford rent. She hires a tattoo artist, and chemistry ensues. I really loved this book, almost as much as my favorite romance book of all time, From Lukov with Love. I highly recommend it and you can find it on Amazon here!
The Perks of Dating You
This is the second book I’ve finished this month and I was totally captivated. I’m such a sucker for the faking-a-relationship trope when both characters are in love with the other. Every book I’ve read that has this trope has ended up in my top ten of all romance books. Basically the two protagonists have been in love with each other for years but can’t say anything because they don’t want to lose their best friend. They end up faking a relationship and see where it goes…I won’t give anything away but you should definetly get this book! There are another two books in the series that are sitting in my cart on Amazon.com! You can get The Perks of Dating You here. Bonus: the book series is part of the Kindle Unlimited Program so you can read them for free if you’re a member!
More Than This
This is the next book on my list! I found this on the Kindle Unlimited bookshelves and added it to my library after reading some of the reviews and the synopsis. There are four other books in this series so I’m excited to read this book and see how I like it! After a huge travesty, the protagonist must rely on Jake, the love interest, and his family. She has to decide whether to let love in or heal in private. I’m definitely interested in this novel. You can buy it for yourself or rent it from the Kindle Unlimited Program here!
Love, Life, and the List
Goodreads.com, one of my favorite websites, has this book nominated for a GoodReads Choice Award so I looked it up. I’ve read this author before, and liked a lot of her stuff. I added it to my list as soon as I read the summary. Abby Turner has a crush on her best friend, a mother dealing with anxiety, and an art show that turned her down. To turn her life around, she gave herself a month to complete a list of things that she wants to do before summer ends. I love coming-of-age novels and I’m sure this one will be a hit. You can find Love, Life, and the List here!
The Hardest Fall
I actually read this book a couple of months ago but I have to include it in this post because I loved this book. Another one of my favorite tropes is when love interests live together platonically and then end up falling for each other. A quiet girl lives in an apartment and ends up sharing it with the star football quarterback of their college. Complications and chemistry arise and I loved every page. It’s also part of the Kindle Unlimited Program, which is another godsend from Amazon.com. You can get The Hardest Fall here!
I really hope you guys enjoyed this post! I love romance novels and November, so it made sense to make them the theme of November Book Loves. Leave a comment down below for suggestions for next month’s theme or if you have read any of the romance books above. Thank you so much for reading!