Top Five Wednesday: favourite romance novels

Find more about T5W here! This week is favourite romance novels. I don’t really read a lot of romance, but I used to read a ton of YA romance.


Every Day by David Levithan

My love for this book isn’t a secret. It’s probably my favourite YA romance and I love it so much. It has such a great exploration of love and sexuality and gender and it’s super interesting.

Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins

I know this book has its problems, but I still love it. I just recently reread it and enjoyed it just as much as the first few times. I could just keep reading about Anna and St. Clair tbh.

The Truth about Forever by Sarah Dessen

This is the only Sarah Dessen I’ve read because I don’t think her books are really for me. But I really really like this one. I like the relationship between Wes and Macy and I like all the side characters. It’s a great book.

Vixen by Jillian Larkin

This is about flappers during the 20s, and it has a great exploration of love and race in it. I really recommend it. Also if anyone has any books about flappers, let me know.

The Undomestic Goddess by Sophie Kinsella

I talked about this book a little while ago as a book I don’t talk about enough and I’m talking about it!!! It’s so funny and I think it’s overlooked. Please please please read it, even just for the laughs.


Those are my favourite YA romances! What are yours??

Ally xx

14 thoughts on “Top Five Wednesday: favourite romance novels

  1. We totally agree with you about Anna and the French Kiss! We know it has some problems, but it is such a guilty pleasure romance read for us 🙂

    -Ash & Lo

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      1. It is! Though it’s not overly romanc-ey by modern standards, since it’s set in an alternate Victorian England (IIRC). Still: fun romance, no love triangles, and it has a plot aside from the romance. Lots of fun.

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