14 Romance Novels To Add To Your TBR For Valentine’s Day

With Valentine’s Day and spring quickly approaching, it’s safe to say that love is in the air.

By Meghan Dillon4 min read
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Whether you're wrapped up in a steamy romance or not, it’s always fun to indulge our hearts in a fantasy. Here are 14 of our favorites. 

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I Can Fix That, by Juliana Smith

When June, a first-grade teacher, inherits a farmhouse from her grandmother, she decides to remodel it to make it more homey. She hires handsome contractor Grant Dawes to help with the renovations, only to be annoyed by his quick temper. As they spend more time together, June discovers that there is much more to him than meets the eye. Perfect for fans of Hallmark movies, this book will have you swooning over every single page. Get your copy here.

To All The Boys I Loved Before, by Jenny Han

Sixteen-year-old Lara Jean is the ultimate introvert – and the ultimate romantic, as she keeps love letters she’s written to her crushes in a hatbox that her mother gave her before she passed away. She never intends to send the letters, but everything changes when they mysteriously get mailed out. This leads her to kiss popular jock Peter Kavinsky when he confronts her over his letter to distract her sister’s boyfriend, Josh, who just received his letter. As Peter is trying to win back his ex, they agree to pretend to date, but things start to get a little too real. Get your copy here.

Same Time Next Summer, by Annabel Monaghan

Everything is going according to plan in Sam’s life. She has the perfect job and the perfect fiancé, so what could possibly go wrong when she visits her family’s beach house to look at wedding venues? That’s where she runs into Wyatt, the boy who broke her heart in high school. As she begins to spend time with Wyatt and learns his side of the story, she starts to feel like no time has passed at all. Get your copy here.

Love & Gelato, by Jenna Evans Welch

Lina’s mom’s dying wish was for her to visit her dad in Tuscany for the summer, but she’s not excited about the trip. However, it doesn’t take long for her to fall in love with the country and a charming Italian boy, all while finding herself and getting to know her father in the process. Get your copy here.

Better Than the Movies, by Lynn Painter

When Liz notices that her annoying next-door neighbor Wes has befriended her longtime crush, Michael, she hatches a plan to use Wes to get Michael to ask her to prom. As she and Wes grow closer, she starts to see past the boy she’d been at prank wars with since childhood. Liz starts to question everything she knows about happily-ever-after and a perfect prom date, who might not be her longtime crush. This book is perfect for romantics who are young at heart and love a good high school rom-com. Get your copy here.

The Friend Zone, by Sariah Wilson

Perfect for the girlies who want a sports romance without the smut, The Friend Zone tells the story of Jess, a college football coach’s daughter. Her father only has a few rules for his new quarterback, Logan – one of them being to avoid dating Jess at all costs. When Jess becomes Logan’s tutor, the line between friends and more than friends starts to blur, putting Logan’s future NFL dreams and heart on the line. Get your copy here.

When In Rome, by Sarah Adams

Amelia is a pop star who channels her inner Audrey Hepburn from Roman Holiday by doing a getaway to Rome, as in Rome, Kentucky. This is where she meets Noah, a local baker who wants nothing to do with her Hollywood world, but he lets her stay in his guest room after her car breaks down. As the two get to know each other, Noah starts to wonder whether or not he was too quick to judge Amelia. Get your copy here.

After She Falls, by Carmen Schober

After escaping an abusive relationship for her and her daughter’s safety, Adri moves back to her hometown to fix the life she left behind in her pursuit to become a professional MMA fighter. An old friend, Max, offers her a job at a gym to help her get back on her feet. As he helps her get her life back together and train for a tournament, sparks start to fly between the two. Get your copy here.

Just Haven’t Met You Yet, by Sophie Cousens

Laura is a reporter who travels to the island where her parents fell in love, only to discover that she switched suitcases with a hot guy at the airport. Convinced it’s fate and that this handsome stranger could be the one, she goes on a journey to find him while learning about her parents’ love story. There’s one catch: Her cab driver, Ted, might be more than meets the eye. Get your copy here.

The Burnout, by Sophie Kinsella

After burning out at work, Sasha takes a much-needed vacation to one of her favorite vacation destinations, only to discover that it’s the off-season. The only other person at the resort is Finn, whose idea of relaxation couldn’t be more different than Sasha’s. When the pair finally realize that they have no one else to talk to, they discover they have more in common than they initially thought. Get your copy here.

Much Ado About You, by Samantha Young

When Evie flees the hustle and bustle of Chicago for a quaint English town, she takes a temporary job at an independent Shakespeare-themed bookstore. As her vacation progresses, she gets to know the town locals, including a handsome farmer named Roane. Will this just be a vacation romance that will end in heartbreak, or is this trip what Evie needed to finally find something more? Get your copy here.

The Bodyguard, by Katherine Center

When famous actor Jack Stapleton gets a stalker, he’s forced to hire a bodyguard, Hannah. After a family tragedy, he doesn’t want to tell them about his stalker or bodyguard, but that doesn’t make his problems disappear, so he and Hannah decide to pretend to be a couple to cover it up. However, things start to change as they spend more time together. Could there be something more between them? Get your copy here.

The Rom Con, by Devon Daniels

If you love How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days, you’ll love this rom-com. Online women's magazine editor Cassidy Sutton is reeling from a breakup when her grandmother gives her a copy of a 1950s dating guide. She decides to use the tips for an article on what not to do in relationships and finds the perfect target in Jack Bradford, the cocky creator of her magazine’s rival site. However, Cassidy is shocked to find that some of these tips might not only have some merit, but Jack might not be the jerk she thought she was. This slow-burn romance will have you laughing until the last page. Get your copy here.

Happy Place, by Emily Henry

If you loved her previous books like People We Meet On Vacation and Book Lovers, you’ll love the latest by Emily Henry. Harriet and Wyn have always met up with their best friends from college every summer, but they haven’t had the heart to tell them yet that they broke up six months ago. As they travel for their last trip, they decide to pretend that they never broke up to spare their friends’ feelings. As the week goes on however, they start to question why they ever broke up at all. Get your copy here.

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