It is tough to find good novels. But do you know, whats even tougher? Finding a novel, which makes you laugh, makes you cry and at the end leaves you feeling warm and fuzzy inside. Only romance novels have bought these types of emotions out of me. They have always acted as a beacon of light in every difficult situation; I have ever faced by making me realize that whatever may happen a HEA is there for me too, I just have to fight harder for it. So, I have pen down a list of books which will bring out the same emotions in you.
Bet Me by Jennifer Crusie
Once upon a time, Minerva Dobbs thought as she stood in the middle of a loud yuppie bar, the world was full of good men. She looked into the handsome face of the man she’d planned on taking to her sisters wedding and thought, those are gone.
Bet me is an ultimate fairy-tale, filled with Krispey Kreme donuts, Chicken Marsala, Elvis and believe it or not it has its own fairy godmother who beats the hero numerous times. Min as per Calvin is a “cranky, starving, risk-averse statistician.” And according to Min, Calvin is a handsome “used car salesman of seducers.” Can their dislike for each other turn into love? Crusie creates a great book with witty and sarcastic characters, laugh-out-loud situations and chocolate donuts.
Ain’t She Sweet by Susan Elizabeth Phillips
After 15 years and three marriages, Parrish, Mississippis bad girl, Sugar Beth Carey, is back in town and she’s brought her reputation for wreaking havoc with her. Colin Bryne was her high school teacher who was falsely accused of molestation by Sugar Beth and he is the current owner of her childhood mansion. To take revenge from Sugar Beth, Colin hires her, as his housekeeper and this results in bickering, backstabbing and lots of orgasmic sex between. Phillips, the queen of romance, brings the ultimate love story of bad girl meets dark prince. Phillips creates heart-warming, funny story about friendship, redemption and love.
The Witness by Nora Roberts
Nora Roberts, 200th novel is as intriguing as her other novels, filled with mystique, romance and suspense. First time, Elizabeth Fitch decides to rebel against her mothers rules and it ends in death being targeted by the Russian Mafia, and her entering into witness protection. Now, 12 years later she is hiding as Abigail Lowry in a small town in Arkansas. Brook Gleason, the chief of police, has taken a personal interest in her and Abigail has to decide going through life is enough for her or does want to live a life she never thought she could have.
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
This book doesn’t need an introduction as it was a game changer in the history of romance. A book you will never get tired of reading again and again. Austen highlighted a tale of love, marriage and society in England in 1900s. Austen writes a story about a young maiden, Ms Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy whose pride and prejudice against each other, turned into an explosive romance.
Crossfire Series by Sylvia Day
All Fifty shades lovers, Crossfire series by Sylvia day is just the thing for you. The emotional, romantic and erotic journey of two people Eva Tramell and Gideon Cross is captured through 5 books. Sylvia day portrays the love story of two people helping each other to overcome their traumatized past.
November 9 by Colleen Hoover
When you find love, you take it. You grab it with both hands and you do everything in your power not to let it go.
Colleen Hoover, New York Times bestselling author writes an unforgettable love story between friends, an aspiring novelist Ben and his muse, Fallon. Fallon is shifting to New York and meets Ben on her last day in LA. And their attraction leads them a day together in amid of her eventful life. She becomes an inspiration for Ben to write his novel. Going into their separate life, they continue to meet the same day every year.
How to Fall in Love by Cecelia Ahern
When you tired to make her fall in love with me and make me fall in love with my life, I fell in love with you.
From the author of bestselling novels like P.S. I Love you and Love, Rosie, How to fall in love is a story about two strangers who cross each others path in Dublin, where Adam commits a suicide attempt and Christine talks him out of it, and is determined to help Adam. In this journey of helping him, she falls in love but, only to find out he is in love with his ex-girlfriend. This story will take you through love, laughter, anger and a lot other emotions. So hold on tight for an emotional ride.