Recommended: 5 love stories to read whether you’re in love or not

It’s the month of love. Everything seems rosy and happy. The weather is perfect for a happy date with your special someone! Oh, just in case you don’t have that special someone and are feeling left out from all the love forever jazz, we got you something.

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Set the mood for reading with these romantic books…
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Taking the vibe to the next level today, thought of sharing 5 love stories to read to set the mood for everyday.

  1. Eleanor & Park – Rainbow Rowell

For all you hopeless romantics (like me) who believe in the super power of happily ever after, Eleanor & Park is the ultimate love story. It is cute as fuzzy socks and heartwarming as a cup of hot chocolate on a cold day.

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Coming of age love story, this one will win your heart!

Imbibe the ‘cuddle up’ feeling of romance with this amazing read. Find out how extraordinary love triumphs between two misfits and makes the world a happier place for them.

  1. Me Before You – Jojo Moyes

The love story of a quadriplegic and his caretaker, this one is an emotional roller coaster. It liberates you, yet captivates your emotions at the right places. ‘Me Before You’ will make the perfect read in this month of love.

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Thank Jojo Moyes to raise your hopes for the perfect love story.

It’s written so well that you can feel the pain, love, and helplessness come alive. Keep tissues handy while reading this!

And the best part is that the book to movie adaptation is so well made, that you’ll fall in love with the characters all over again.

  1. The Summer I Turner Pretty – Jenny Han

This is a 3 book series –

  • The Summer I Turned Pretty
  • It’s Not Summer Without You
  • We’ll Always Have Summer
The Summer I Turner Pretty romantic book must read
Love is in the air!

Story of 2 brothers and their childhood friend. Sounds cliché? Trust me it isn’t. Find out how Belly, Jeremiah, and Conrad slide through their emotions and find love and happiness.

It is such a happy read. Summer vibes, beach, parties, first kisses, sugary romance and YA (young adult) vibes on point.

  1. Things We Know by Heart – Jessi Kirby

You know that feeling of enjoying a cup of tea after a tiring day, it soothes the soul. That’s exactly what ‘Things We Know by Heart’ does. It is like fuzzy socks – warm and cuddly.

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Kindle and Chill 🙂

Love the writing style, you can feel the loss and understand the pain. Quinn’s helplessness and sadness and Colton’s restlessness are so relatable. There is an undercurrent of sadness, yet it is lovely and happy…

It makes a perfect wintery love infused read!

  1. When We Collided – Emery Lord

Saving the best for the last! I am in tears of happiness when writing this. If there is only one love story you want to read this year, make sure it is ‘When We Collided’. It tells us that it is okay to be broken because that’s when you realize the worth of ‘completeness’.

When We Collided love stories to read
My favorite! Cannot describe how much I loved it….
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Trust me when I say that ‘When We Collided’ will give you friendship goals, relationship goals, and life goals. The characters are so real and relatable. Emotional journey with the right amount of romance, sprinkling of teenage charm, and squishy feels – that’s When We Collided for you.

If you have a favorite love story that you think would melt someone’s heart, share it in the comments section below.

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Kritika Manchanda is an author of a fiction novel – ‘December Breeze’ and a Features Writer at Let’s Expresso. In addition to being a lifestyle and travel blogger, she is an ardent reader and a crazy dog girl!
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