Very Romantic Valentine's Day Books 2021

Very Romantic Valentine's Day Books 2021

From classic books to age-old love stories, here is our most popular book series, the perfect Valentine's day gift for anyone who loves to book.

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Does your other part or secret love the book lover? Treat us to edit our favorite love books, and you are sure to find the perfect Valentine's Day gift for any book. From classic romance novels to modern romance, these are the books you should love.

The Butterfly Room (Lucinda Riley)

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Lucinda Riley's detailed account of the production was nominated for the Romantic Thriller Award at the 2020 Romantic Novel Awards.

Posy Montague is approaching her seventies. Still living in her beautiful family home, Admiral House, located in rural Suffolk where she spent her beautiful childhood catching butterflies with her beloved father, and raising her children, Posy knows she has to make a difficult decision. Despite the memories of the house, and the beautiful garden she has spent twenty-five years old, the house is falling apart next to her, and Posy knows it's time to sell it.

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The Man Who Didn't Call (Rosie Walsh)

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The Man Who Didn't Call

Selling One Million Copies A Caller Man is a love story you wouldn't want to miss.

Imagine meeting the man of your dreams, spending a magic week together, and falling head over heels in love. She’s sure she feels the same way, but then she goes on a long booked vacation - and she never calls. Your friends tell you that you forgot about him, but you also know that something is wrong. And maybe so. Perhaps he found the truth.

Miss You (Kate Eberlen)

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Miss You by Kare Eberlen

Ideal for One Day fans, Miss You is the story of Tess and Gus, who should be. They haven't gotten along well yet. . . Both on vacation in Florence, their routes cross just one day. For the next sixteen years, life and opportunity separate them, but will destiny eventually unite them?

Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen)

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Pride and Prejudice

Perhaps the most popular novel by Jane Austen, this humorous public view has a love story in its heart that has been dear readers for over 200 years. The powerful heroine Elizabeth Bennett is determined to get married out of love, not money, but will she and Mr. Darcy be able to put aside their judgment and see that they are the right match?

The Spanish Promise (Karen Swan)

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The Spanish Promise

This magnificent novel set in sunny Madrid is full of mysteries and romance. When one of the richest men in Spain left his fortune to a woman his family had never heard of, they were shocked and confused. Charlotte Fairfax has been hired to travel to Madrid for investigation, and although a week before her wedding, she is sure she will have time. But things are not as straightforward as they seem, and as Charlotte digs into family history she finds the dark secret of two people separated by arguments.

Wuthering Heights (Emily Bronte)

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Wuthering Heights (Macmillan Collector's Library)

A dark, terrifying tale of fiery and dangerous love, Luthering Heights is one of the great novels of the nineteenth century. Cathy and Heathcliff form a great bond, but despite their love Cathy marries a rich man. But no one can forget the other, and while Cathy becomes increasingly unhappy, Heathcliff is driven by a desire for revenge that will be passed down from generation to generation.

Call Me by Your Name (André Aciman)

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Call Me by Your Name

Andre Aciman’s Call Me by Your Name is the story of a sudden and powerful love blossoming between a young boy and a summer guest at his parents ’home in Cliffside on the Italian Riviera. Each of them is unprepared for the consequences of their attraction, where, during the restless summer weeks, endless streams of pride, attraction, and desire grow their love and test the charged space between them. Unsurprisingly, the two sides are looking at the same thing both fear they will never find it again: complete intimacy. It’s a fast-paced classic and one of the best love stories of our time.

Jane Eyre (Charlotte Bronte)

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Jane Eyre (Wordsworth Classics)

When orphaned Jane Eyre took over as manager at Thornfield Hall, the last thing she expected was dating a troubled house manager. A lasting love story with an undeniable classic, Jane Eyre is full of love, mystery, sorrow, and a lovely and lovable heroine.

Alex and Eliza (Melissa de la Cruz)

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Alex and Eliza (The Alex and Eliza Trilogy)

Alex and Eliza are the love story of Alexander Hamilton and Elizabeth Schulyer, and are based on a story that inspired Hamilton of popular music. The Schulyers, one of the founding families of the country, are preparing for their big ball, and Eliza can hide her excitement when she hears of the arrival of the right hand of General George Washington. When they meet, the story of popular love begins.

Our Souls at Night (Kent Haruf)

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Our Souls at Night by Kent Haruf 

Kent Haruf's last novel is a beautiful and heartwarming love story. Addie Moore and Louis Waters had been neighbors for years, now both are widows and live alone. One night Addie visits Louis, and little by little the joy returns to their lives.

The Notebook (Nicholas Sparks)

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The Notebook

Every story of love attracts our hearts to the top of the story - it becomes a lasting memory. A brochure is such a book. It is a celebration of how love can last and never end, a myth that moves us to laugh and shed tears and make us believe in true love again. To adapt to the popular film of Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams, you will have to have a heart of stone so you don't cry when the first novel by Nicholas Sparks ends. 


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