Four Books for the Month of Love

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I feel like February is a fairly unpopular month. The holidays are long over and winter has really set up camp, with no end in sight.

These four books are perfect for snuggling up with on the couch, whether you’re celebrating your own love story on February 14th or just looking for a book to fall in love with.

Books for the Month of Love

Written by: Janssen Bradshaw of Everyday Reading

  1. Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. When Cath and her twin sister go off to college, everything changes, including their relationship, Cath’s romantic life, and even her love of writing (hugely popular) fan fiction. This one made it in my top 10 favorite books from 2013.
  2. Something Borrowed by Emily Giffin. I’ve read all of Emily Giffin’s novels but her first one is still my favorite, about a woman who finds herself in a secret relationship with her best friend’s fiance (and then, even worse, falling in love).
  3. Edenbrooke by Julianne Donaldson. If you’re a regency romance reader, this is the perfect way to spend an afternoon. (And when you finish, her other book, Blackmoore, is equally fun reading).
  4. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. The movie version is coming out this summer, so now is the time to read this young adult novel about two teens with cancer who fall in love. Prepare to bawl your eyes out.

What are your favorite books with a love story?


About the Author:

Janssen is a former school librarian and avid reader who is always maxing out her library card. She now stays at home with her two small daughters and blogs about books for readers of all ages, her favorite recipes, and parenting adventures at Everyday Reading.

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  • 1
    Tera - February 05, 2014 @ 6:42 am

    Nicholas Sparks… I think The Rescue is my favorite, but I’ve enjoyed most of them!


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    Brenda Johnson - February 22, 2014 @ 4:32 pm

    I just finished a YA historical novel you might really love, by author Barbara Mariconda. It’s “Bird with the Heart of a Mountain”, published and released last month by Skyscape (Amazon). It’s not only extremely fast-paced and filled with passion, action and romance, it’s beautifully written by an author who must have the heart (and pen) of a poet.
    Love your blog.


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