Top Ten Literary Love Triangles

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Happy Almost-Valentine’s Day, friends! Last year for Top Ten Tuesday I listed my favorite friends first romances. This year I’m going with another trope I love from romance, the love triangle. Maybe it’s cliched. Maybe it’s overdone. I don’t care. The automatic tension gets me every time. And here are ten of my favorites! Let me know how you feel about love triangles in the comments! And have a happy cupid day, no matter your relationship status, tomorrow! Continue reading

Ten YA Books that don’t *need* more smooching

Happy Tuesday, friends. I struggled with this week’s topic. Because I’m generally a fan of anything and everything romantic, I thought I’d write about books that could have used more smooching. I know a lot of people wish YA didn’t have as much romance (if you are such a person here is a list for you), but I’m the opposite. If I feel a little meh about a book, usually I think there could have been more romance or more specifically more smooching. But it felt really mean to call out those books, so instead here are ten deeply romantic YA books that don’t *need* more smooching – however I wouldn’t complain if they did have more because I’m so in love with the characters! Long live romance! And have great weeks everyone! Continue reading

Top Ten Books That Will Make You Swoon

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Okay, so I’m not going to lie. This week’s top ten tuesday, the weekly book meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, stumped me. It is hard to compare Twilight with Pride and Prejudice (both of which are on the list) and decide which book is more swoon-worthy. So just in time for Valentine’s week, this is my random mish-mash of books that I find incredibly romantic and/or have become slightly obsessed with. Continue reading