1. Debbie Macomber
  2. Sherryl Woods
  3. Love Inspired
  4. Romeo and Juliet
  5. Chicken Soup for The Romantic Soul
  6. Chicken Soup for The Couple’s Soul
  7. Cup of Comfort for Weddings
  8.  Shelter From The Storm by RaeAnne Thayne
  9. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
  10. Wuthering heights by Emily Bronte
  11. Dance With Me by Janet Daily
  12. Rome In Love by Anita Hughes
  13. Santorini Sunsets by Anita Hughes
  14. In The Mood For Love: A Cupcake Lovers Romance Novel by Beth Ciotta
  15. Me Before You Jojo Moyes
  16. Who Do You Love by Jennifer Weiner

Of course, there are may other titles I could suggest provided that I could remember them. It is unfortunate with school, work, marriage, and children  that we cannot afford to spend an entire Valentine’s Day to read romance novels. Adulthood requires us to fullfill our obligations to our loved ones and perform our responsiblilities and tasks as needed. However, we so have the great opportunity to delight in the love we feel for our significant others. Even single women like myself have other means of enjoying themeselves. A good romance novel is a good way to enjoy Valentine’s Day.

 

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One thought on “What Romance novels should a lady read on Valentine’s Day?

  1. How convenient is it to read on valentine’s day? When love is in the air and all you can think about is meeting up with your dates, probably hang out with your girlfriends, give the children a treat or better yet give yourself a treat. Personally, i feel that day is a very busy day and reading may not be easy to do. But all the same i will like to try it but it has to be when everyone has gone to bed. #smiling…

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