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Six of the Best: Romantic Novels to Get You In The Mood For Love
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February 2022
Reading time 2 Minutes

Six of the best romantic reads

From old favourites to modern classics, there's something for everyone.
ON A NIGHT LIKE THIS,  Lindsey Kelk

ON A NIGHT LIKE THIS

Lindsey Kelk

Having made her way to the exclusive Crystal Ball on a tiny Italian island (thanks to her job as a celebrity assistant), Fran Cooper meets a handsome American who promises her one unforgettable night. They’ll never meet again – unless on a night like this, everything can change forever…


WUTHERING HEIGHTS,Emily Brontë

WUTHERING HEIGHTS

Emily Brontë

Whether you consider it a great love story or a tale of abuse, hate and revenge, Wuthering Heights is a classic for a reason, and reveals more with each re-read. Best tackled in large chunks so you can get your head around the multiple Heathcliffs/Cathys/Lintons etc.

THE EX HEX,Erin Sterling

THE EX HEX

Erin Sterling

Nine years ago, Vivienne handled the biggest break-up of her life as any witch would – with vodka, bubble baths and a curse on her ex. Now Rhys is back in town, and still irritatingly good looking, and Vivienne realises her actions have unintended consequences. Can she work with Rhys to work it out?


SENSE AND SENSIBILITY, Jane Austen

SENSE AND SENSIBILITY

Jane Austen

Jane Austen’s first novel, released in 1811, may be slightly less celebrated than Pride and Prejudice, but the Dashwood sisters are engaging protagonists. The book is packed with memorable characters, from the dashing and profligate Willoughby to scheming Lucy Steele.


BEFORE MY ACTUAL HEART BREAKS, Tish Delany

BEFORE MY ACTUAL HEART BREAKS

Tish Delany

Having grown up in Northern Ireland during the Troubles, Mary Rattigan never got the Happy Ever After she dreamed of at 16. But after 25 years, five children, and an end to the bombs and bullets, could now be the time that she finally finds the courage to ask for the love she deserves?


SEVEN DAYS IN JUNE, Tia Williams

SEVEN DAYS IN JUNE

Tia Williams

Nobody knows, but as teenagers Eva Mercy and Shane Hall spent one crazy week madly in love. That was 15 years ago, and now Eva is a bestselling erotica writer, and Shane a reclusive and award-winning novelist. When they meet again unexpectedly in New York, they can’t deny their chemistry – but Eva wants answers about the past.

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