From heart-wrenching love stories that might bring a tear to your eye, to a romance with a more sinful side to it, these books are perfect to cozy up with and enjoy tonight.


Every Breath by Nicholas Sparks

The story starts when Hope Anderson and Tru Walls cross paths in Sunset Beach, North Carolina. Immediately, their connection is electric, but unfathomable. Both at different points in their lives, the feelings that they’ve developed for one another leave them faced with difficult decisions that jeopardize their personal happiness.  Every Breath focuses on the many sides of love that hold our loyalties and will leave you satisfied until the last page. 


To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

Whether or not you’ve seen the hit Netflix movie based on this Jenny Han love story, you’ll want to read the book. When all five of Lara Jean Song’s crushes get ahold of the love letters she’s written to them — but for her eyes only — her love life gets out of control.


Call Me By Your Name by André Aciman

André Aciman’s novel Call Me By Your Name is about Elio Perlman, who’s spending the summer at his parents’ house, and the romance that blossoms between him and his family’s houseguest. The story will stay with you long after you finish it.


Looking for Alaska by John Green

For those young-and-in-love readers, you’ll want to check out Looking for Alaska. Written by the same author that gave us The Fault in Our Stars, John Green tells a story about Miles Halter, who’s heading off to boarding school to experience something new. Soon after he arrives he falls in love with Alaska Young.


Starry Eyes by Jenn Bennett

Zorie and Lennon are no longer the couple they used to be. They both excel at avoiding each other until a group camping trip goes wrong and they end up alone, forced to work together to make it out of the woods in one piece


The Light We Lost by Jill Santopolo

When Lucy and Gabe met in their senior year of college at Columbia, they never realized what was in store. Different career paths that put them worlds apart is just the beginning of their journey through 13 years of dreams, desires, jealousies, betrayals, and of course love.


Me Before You by Jojo Moyes

This New York Times best-seller is a heartbreaking romance novel that has sold over five million copies. The story of Louisa Clark, an ordinary girl who takes a job taking care of paraplegic Will Traynor, is one that’ll leave you in tears. 


The Hating Game by Sally Thorne

Two executive assistants, Lucy Hutton and Joshua Templeman, who hate each other, are fighting for the same promotion. You’ll be laughing out loud all the way till the end as they discover they might not actually hate each other as much as they thought.


It Ends With Us by Colleen Hoover

Lily, who believes she has moved on from her first love, Atlas, meets a gorgeous neurosurgeon, Ryle, who she hits it off with right away. When everything seems to be going smoothly, Atlas reappears, reminding her of the life she left behind. Filled with honest truths about relationships, once you finish this emotional rollercoaster, you’ll want to pass it along to everyone you know.


The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks

This one was goes without saying. Even though you’ve probably seen the movie a thousand times, the book is still worth a read. The story of Noah and Allie and their love that withstands years apart could be read over and over again.