#Givemefivebooks: 5 books with incredible romance

Hey guys! Are you ready for a new edition of Give me five books? Today I’m talking about some of my favorite romances in the literature (in non-romance books!). Because they made me feel so much, from butterflies to despair, because they broke my heart and mended it back together.

  1. Daughter of Smoke and Bone – Laini Taylor
    I think the relationship between Karou and Akiva is one of my all time favorites, so beautiful and tragic and complicated. I was crying but wanted more!
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  2. The Cruel Prince – Holly Black
    The relationship between Jude and Cardan is so unique, terrible in some ways but fascinating!
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  3. Graceling – Kristin Cashore
    Po and Katsa are some of the less known couples in YA fantasy but it was the first book I read in this genre where the guy was not a walking cliché of « manly man ». I loved how the relationship between Katsa and him grew through the pages.
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  4. Heartless – Marissa Meyer
    I’m telling you, this romance does not end well. But Catherine and Jest are incredible characters, even more, when they are together. My heart died a little when I read Heartless, and I’m still not over it months after.
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  5. 1-800-where-R-You – Meg Cabot
    This series goes back to my high school days… but I remember loving the challenge of Jess and Rob’s relationship (or, lack of). She was fighting so he let her in, and they had so many great moments together!
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That’s it for today! Do you have some favorite romances?

See you for a cup!

Elise

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