Yesterday, I was at a friend’s housewarming party, where the discussion was- romantic novels read in recent times.
When it comes to love novels, I sometimes compare myself to a toddler who, among the crowd, keeps turning his head in the direction of sound without understanding a single word.

I used to detest romance novels. As for me, they were unreal. Unlike others, the notion that a prince charming would one day arrive riding a white horse simply horrified me.

So, naturally, the conversation about romance novels at the party made me want to leap out the window.

Do you like romantic stories?

Don’t you also think they are all unreal fantasies of the writers?

Well, I am sure a lot of you will concur with me, especially those who have racked up a tonne of debt during their relationship.

Jokes apart!

When I shared with my friends what I thought of love stories, they challenged me to read a few works, which completely altered my opinion of romantic fiction.

Yes, guys, it is true.

This collection has dramatically altered my perspective, and through this blog, I am sharing the collection with you now. These are not the damsel in distress or the Cinderella stories we have been hearing across ages. But these are books of today’s timeline, how even being single is a precious relationship with self.

So, this blog is specifically made for anyone who despises old love stories or is looking for fantastic new age romantic novels.
Let’s begin – I Dare You😊

Title Author Description
The Unproposed Guy Bhavik Sarkhedi and Suhana Bhambhani A character study of a deeply unhappy man named Kevin, filled with sarcasm and relatable life experiences.
Seven Days in June Tia Williams An emotionally charged second chance romance about Eva Mercy and Shane Hall, who reunite after fifteen years to see if their love is worth fighting for.
The Art of Hearing Heartbeats Jan-Philipp Sendker A novel about a New York lawyer who disappears, leaving behind a romantic letter to a Burmese woman, unraveling a tale of adversity, tenacity, and devotion.
The Magic Mountain Thomas Mann A contemporary classic set in a Swiss sanatorium before the Great War, known for its innovative ideas and significance in German literature.
Love at First Kate Clayborn A story about Nora and the residents of her apartment building as they navigate love and change.
The Wedding Date Jasmine Guillory The first book in a series exploring multiracial love, featuring Alexa and a handsome paediatric surgeon stuck in an elevator.
Virgin River Robyn Carr The first book in a series about a widowed nurse starting anew in a small mountain village, encountering the attractive bartender Jack.

Great romance novels include engrossing stories, witty dialogue, and stunning details that will keep you turning the pages. When you want to escape to another world, read a romance novel.

They provide you with warmth on a chilly, windy winter night by functioning like a fire.

The romantic books on our list feature voice that merit attention. The following love stories are extraordinary, life-altering works that have the power to move us, influence our ideas, and even transform our lives.

Enjoy these outstanding love stories that highlight the power of love to change lives.

1. The Unproposed Guy

This is a beautiful and engaging character study of a deeply unhappy man who is going through a lot of challenges in his life. Kevin is a wonderfully memorable figure that authors Bhavik Sarkhedi and Suhana Bhambhani have created.

It highlights Kevin’s thoughts, silly observations, and feelings in a way that is laced with sarcasm, enhancing the reading experience threefold.

It is the tale of a man who never receives a proposal. Isn’t it remarkably relatable to our life stories?

Keep a tissue box nearby because this narrative will help you heal your wounds.

2.  Seven Days in June

An emotionally charged, personality-driven, and second chance romance, “Seven Days in June” by Tia Williams immerses you in the hearts of Eva Mercy and Shane Hall, two tormented and troubled souls who spent seven days as youths trying to find one another. They found solace in one another’s embraces, and now, fifteen years later, they are learning whether the love they once had was genuine and worth dying for.

I pondered the potential time savings if I had found someone in my adolescent years.

3. The Art of Hearing Heartbeats

This novel by a German journalist Jan- Philipp Sendker, is about a prominent New York lawyer who abruptly vanishes without a trace, leaving his wife and daughter Julia in the dark about his whereabouts. Till they come across a romantic letter; he wrote to an unknown Burmese woman many decades ago. Julia chooses to go to the village where the woman resided to unravel the mystery and come to grips with her father’s past.

She finds a story of unfathomable adversity, tenacity, and devotion there that will reinforce the reader’s faith in the ability of love to levitate objects.

Are you ready to travel with Julia on this adventurous and suspense-filled journey?

4. The Magic Mountain

Thomas Mann’s “The Magic Mountain” is regarded as his true masterwork. This contemporary classic, a parody of politeness, and an emblem of which was before bourgeois Europe is placed in the years before the Great War. Due to the author’s utilization of a sanatorium in the Swiss Alps, this book is full of innovative ideas.

Therefore, fasten your seatbelt and gather a bag of popcorn, as it is regarded as one of the most significant pieces of German literature from the 20th century.

5. Love at First

“Love at First” by Kate Clayborn a high contender for one of the best romantic novels, combines exquisite writing with an emotional tale and charming characters. The other residents, especially Nora, who is determined to retain things the way they were, don’t agree with it, though. Although she sets out to ruin his plans, love has a way of defeating them. This book’s eccentric storytelling will make you want to mark it down.

It is one of the best recent erotic romance books, which also has an engaging narrative with a real heart. Get ready to fall in love again with this masterwork.

6. The Wedding Date

The first book in a series and the first contemporary romance book by Jasmine Guillory explores multiracial love while sizzling with sassy humour. Successful and fashionable Alexa is stranded in the elevator with a handsome paediatric surgeon at the beginning of the tale.

This is a tale that left me feeling giddy and heated at the same time, not to forget how it also managed to be kind of amusing and unceasingly charming.

In general, The Wedding Date contains everything a reader might want from a romance book.

7. Virgin River

A widowed nurse relocates from Los Angeles to a quaint mountain house in a 600-person village to start anew. When she arrives, she discovers a miserable hovel where nothing unfolds as planned. When she notices the heroically attractive Jack, she is going to depart. He is a bartender who is strong and has a pleasant smile.

This is the first book in Robyn Carr’s Virgin River series, which is based on the same-named TV series and features the residents of this little mountain village.

These books are all enjoyable to read, something that will stick with you for a while and eventually cause some change in your perspective and help identify something incredibly personal to you. In the enchanting realm of love stories, these novels serve as beacons of hope, guiding us through the tumultuous seas of romance with their heartfelt narratives.

From the quirky observations of Kevin in “The Unproposed Guy” to the timeless love letter in “The Art of Hearing Heartbeats,” each tale offers a unique perspective on the complexities of love. As we journey through the pages of these books, we find solace in the warmth of their stories, reminding us that love knows no boundaries. With characters like Eva and Shane in “Seven Days in June” and Alexa and Jack in “The Wedding Date,” we witness the power of love to transcend time and circumstance.

Through laughter and tears, these novels leave an indelible mark on our hearts, urging us to embrace the magic of love in all its forms.

Which one are you most eager to read?

Do read and don’t forget to share it with others you know will be equally helped with this list.

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