Top 10 Tuesday | Romance

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Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish.

Happy Valentine’s Day everyone! It’s no surprise that this weeks topic is top 10 romances (or whatever related). I love a good cute little romance from time to time as long as it isn’t the entire plot. I love it when it is in YA and it’s two teens finding one another (but like you know it’s realistic it’s not like “OMG I am going to marry this man/woman” after a week). Or adult books when it gets a little smutty.

Outlander by Diana Gabaldon – Jamie & Claire 4eva

Bad Romeo by Leisa Rayven – guilty pleasure, NA

Crossfire series by Sylvia Day – again guilty pleasure, hella smutty, hella problematic – not a healthy relationship

The Wrath and the Dawn by Renee Ahdieh – I couldn’t with the chemistry between these two

I can’t think of anymore that I deem good romances. The others I could think of are just meh to me. These 4 are the only ones that had me swooning. I know as soon as I post this that I will think of a few more so maybe I will be adding more to the list through out the day. I will put them below if I do.

What are your favourite romances? 

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7 thoughts on “Top 10 Tuesday | Romance

  1. I haven’t read any of these but I have heard of Outlander and The Wrath and the Dawn. Outlander doesn’t sound like it would be my thing, but I’m very tempted to pick up Wrath. But I want to read the original Arabian Nights before I do because I’ve heard it’s based on them and although I’m very familiar with the stories, I’d like to read it before the adaptation.
    Great list 😀

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  2. ” “OMG I am going to marry this man/woman” after a week ” THIS so much! I hate it so, so much.

    Have you read the The darkest Minds series by Alexandra Bracken? I really enjoyed the story and the romance (that is really not the main point of interest in this series).

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  3. Nice list! I loved the romance in The Wrath and The Dawn as well and I usually don’t like YA romances since they’re usually full of tropes.
    I have Outlander on my TBR and I’m curious about Bad Romeo! 🙂

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