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The Perfect Valentine’s Day Reads

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Crash into You: People should know by now how much I loved this book. It gives the bad-boy image a shake-up and there’s an awesome drag racing plot-line, which I’ve never come across before.

Romancing Mr Bridgerton: There are no words for this series. It’s amazing! This is really the only Historical Romance I’ve ever read (although I’ve dabbled), and this is my favourite book in the Bridgerton series. If you want to try out HR or you’re looking for a new HR series–this is it. They’re so sweet and simply brilliant.

The Distance Between Us: The witty heroine in this really takes the cake for me. The main guy is rich, the main girl is poor. Together they deicide if love conquers societies constraints caused by money differences.

Anna and the French Kiss: This is so fluffy it filled me with warmth and fluffy goodness! Perfect Valentines read if you want a hilarious main character and *swooon* overload. (Plus a romantic setting in Paris!)

Skin Deep: If you want something emotional, thought-provoking and real. The main girl is scarred from a car accident and is living with the emotional effects. People treat her differently now…but not Ryan.

My Life Next Door: Literal boy next door. That is all.

Just One Day: A book in which accidents happen, and the main character goes on a journey of self-discovery.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tilly Currer is a teenage book geek living in England where she spends her time inside reading because of the abysmal weather. Sometimes, she gets to sit in the sun and read--those are good days. She enjoys strong heroines and hot men, especially werewolves. Fangirling with her friends is one of her favourite hobbies. Comment, tweet, she loves chatting about books and giving/receiving book recs. Paranormal Fantasy, Urban Fantasy, Romance, YA, are a few of her favourite things!

6 thoughts on “The Perfect Valentine’s Day Reads

  1. Ruby

    Feeling bad that I’ve only read one of these! In my defence though, I did looooooove Just One Day – have yet to read Just One Year though!

    I hadn’t heard much about The Distance Between Us before, but “witty heroine” definitely makes me want to pick it up.

    In terms of my Valentine’s Day reads, I’d go with any Austen… particularly Pride and Prejudice – I mean, there’s the heroine you want to be and the hero you want to be with! :)
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