The Perfect Romance Novel Based on Your Ideal Valentine’s Night

The Perfect Romance Novel Based on Your Ideal Valentine’s Night

Valentine’s Day is a love-it-or-hate-it holiday. It seems that virtually no one is neutral on the time honored ritual of date-planning, flower-purchasing, and generally encouraging couples to be nauseatingly adorable for 24 hours. Whether you have plans, or you just plan to curl up with a book, we’ve got the romance sizzlers to heat up your Valentine’s Day. The kicker? Just pick the date that sounds best to you from the list below, and let us take care of the rest.


If you plan on staying out of the cold and instead curled up inside with a homemade meal and some hot cocoa: Heroes are my Weakness by Susan Elizabeth Phillips

If you’re worried you’ll miss your reservations because your S.O. is a workaholic: Beautiful Bastard by Christina Lauren

If you’ve obsessively scheduled the entire night: The Devil Takes a Bride by Julia London

If you’re concerned that the intensity of your love might start a fire: Hot Head by Damon Suede


If high seas sailing and hunting for booty (we mean treasure, mind out of the gutter) sound like your idea of a good time: Destiny’s Captive by Beverly Jenkins

If you’re going to a concert: The Earl I Adore by Erin Knightley

If you’ll find yourself at an art museum: The Duke of Dark Desires by Miranda Neville

If you’ve got a rather chaste Romeo-and-Juliet fantasy: The Scent of Cherry Blossoms by Cindy Woodsmall


If you’re going to cheer on your favorite team: The Devil in Denim by Melanie Scott

If the course you’re most looking forward to is dessert: Starting from Scratch by Georgia Beers

If your plan is to watch movies and get lost in Hollywood drama: You’re So Fine by Kieran Kramer

If you plan on letting things heat up in the kitchen: Delicious by Susan Mallery


If all you care about is getting off campus for the night: All Broke Down by Cora Carmack

If you know the night will end in bite marks: Bound by Night by Larissa Ione

If political debate is your idea of stimulating dinner conversation: My Beautiful Enemy by Sherry Thomas


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