Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Read by the Trope: A Guide to Romance Novels

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Happy Valentine’s Day everyone! And happy Wednesday if you don’t give a flying fart about Valentine’s Day. I don’t really care one way or another but I always find that Valentine’s Day is a great day to curl up with a romance and just treat yourself to something fun! Like most people, I have my favorite tropes and I definitely can be sold on many a novel if the trope is a thing I like! So. Today. I’ve put together a mini guide on reading some romance books by the trope featuring some of my fav tropes and other tropes I know people like. I spent a LOT of time putting this guide together (probably like 10 hours all together?) so I REALLY do hope you’ll enjoy it! I also tried in include some YA titles here and there for both of you who like a good romance but prefer YA. ALSO. A bunch of these books have multiple tropes. I’ve read every single one of the them and am happy to answer any questions! 🙂

(someone gets sick and someone has to take care of them. SPARKS FLY)

(probably the trope I am most garbage for.)

(not my fav trope but somehow, I’ve read a lot of books with this trope???)

What are your favorite tropes? What makes you squeal with delight? Any books I should read that have these tropes?

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Rashika has been tired since 2013. There are very few things that spark joy for her besides a nice cup of tea, warm, baked goods, good books and good TV shows. She is here to pile onto your giant TBRs and to-watch lists. Offer her a cookie and she might be nice to you.

3 Responses to “Read by the Trope: A Guide to Romance Novels”

  1. Jordan Rose

    I love this idea! I don’t care much one way or another about Valentine’s Day myself, either, but I’m always up for some reading! I’ve not read much romance, so this list is seriously perfect! I love a well-done trope. Thanks for putting this together! 🙂

  2. Shannon @ It Starts at Midnight

    Oooh fun! I think the friends-to-lovers and enemies-to-lovers are my faves. Actually, I just read a book with BOTH. That was fun. Starry Eyes, if you were wondering.

    Actually. Scratch all of those, my favorite trope is the Shannon Finds Love trope, can we get that book written?