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Today’s Top 10: Books to Read If You Love Romantic Comedies.
Today’s Top Ten Topic is Books to read is you love/loved X. I love romantic comedies, it’s my favorite genre. So, this list is my favorite romcoms of 2021
#1. The Heart Principle by Helen Hoang was one of the funniest books I read this year, but it also has a lot of heart.
#2. If the Shoe Fits by Julie Murphy was simply delightful. I laughed and laughed, but also teared up as it’s both funny and emotional.
#3. All the Feels by Olivia Dade has some great banter between the main characters and also has a lot of heart.
#4. The Soulmate Equation by Christina Lauren is one of my favorite books. I loved the main character and her best friend.
#5. Life’s Too Short by Abby Jimenez was a fun book, I enjoyed the social media aspect of the store. The main characters had great chemistry too.
#6. I loved Heartbreak for Hire by Sonia Hartl because it’s different but still funny and heartwarming.
#7. Love at First by Kate Clayborn is a slow burn romance with a delightful cast of side characters who made this a fun book.
#8. In First Love, Take Two by Sajni Patel the two main characters have such a strong love for each other, and they also have a sizzling banter that made me laugh out loud.
#9. To Sir With Love by Lauren Layne was so much fun. It is similar to the movie You’ve Got Mail and is full of that same heartwarming feelings.
#10. A Certain Appeal by Vanessa King was a delightful surprise for me. It’s set in a New York City burlesque theater and I was entertained from start to finish!
Do you like romantic comedies? Have you read any of these books? Comment below!