How to be BothHow to be Both by Ali Smith is a novel revolving around art and the impact it can have on us as human beings, and more precisely, telling two love stories taking place numerous centuries apart.
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The Last Letter from Your LoverThe Last Letter from Your Lover by Jojo Moyes is a love story taking place over numerous decades, running in parallel both in the past and present day. It tells the story of a journalist and somewhat of a hopeless romantic, Ellie Haworth, who goes forth to discover the rather curious fate which befell two lovers back in 1960.
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Eleanor & ParkEleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell tells the story of two misfit sixteen year-old teenagers who, during the school year of 1986, discover for the first time in their lives what it is like to be desperately in love, despite knowing that it will not last.
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The Museum of Extraordinary ThingsThe Museum of Extraordinary Things by Alice Hoffman tells the story of Coralie, the daughter of a “freak show” circus owner, and Eddie Cohen, a Russian immigrant running away from his imposed line of work as a tailor and his community. Together, they embark on a journey in search of meaning, finding love, magic, and exciting adventures all at once.
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Until the End of TimeUntil the End of Time by Danielle Steel tells the story of two different couples, separated from each other by 38 years. The first one believes that if two lovers die, they find each other again in the next life… and so it may very well be.
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The Rosie ProjectThe Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion is the story of a brilliant and socially-challenge genetics teacher who attempts to find the perfect wife using a sixteen-page survey, and then has his world turned upside down by the one woman who matches all of his criteria.
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The Art of Hearing HeartbeatsThe Art of Hearing Heartbeats by Jan-Philipp Sendker is a romance novel delivered to the reader in the form of a mystery, as a woman tries to unveil her father’s past, going on a journey all the way to Burma, where the love of his life had lived many years ago.
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The River of No ReturnThe River of No Return by Bee Ridgway tells the story of Nick Falcott, a soldier who wakes up two hundred years in the future while fighting on a battlefield in 1815, and a woman who mourns the loss of her grandfather, a man who could manipulate time. Circumstances force the two to meet in the past, and they set out to destroy an organization which can control the flow of events.
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Fever (The Breathless Trilogy - Book Two)Fever by Maya Banks is the second novel in The Breathless Trilogy, and this time around we are treated to the story of the other two rich and powerful men from the first book, Jace and Ash, and how one woman will pit them against each other, putting in jeopardy a lifetime’s worth of friendship.
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Rush (The Breathless Trilogy - Book One)Rush by Maya Banks is the first novel in the Breathless Trilogy, telling the story of a rich man by the name of Gabe who finally has an affair with Mia, with both of them having a crush on each other for a very long time. However, their difference in age makes the whole affair quite risky, and that’s without talking about the dark depths of Gabe’s soul.
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Crazy Little ThingCrazy Little Thing by Tracy Brogan tells the story of Sadie Turner, who must always have everything in her life in order. However, with things out of whack, she decides to spend a summer vacation at her aunt’s lake house, but what she doesn’t realize is that peace and quiet are the last things she will ever get.
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Paper TownsPaper Towns is a novel by John Green, two-time Printz Medalist and New York Times bestseller, about a man named Quentin who suddenly gets a chance to be with the woman he was in love with for most of his life. However, as they get closer and he learns more about her, he slowly starts to understand that she is far from being the person he thought she was.
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The Fault in Our StarsThe Fault in Our Stars by John Greene is a character study of a woman by the name of Hazel who, despite today’s advanced medicine, finds herself afflicted by terminal cancer. However, one day she meets a man by the name of Augustus Waters in a Cancer Child Support Group, marking the beginning of something new and extraordinary.
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The Edge of NeverWe’ve all had the desire, at one point or another, of being capable of running away from everything and everyone we know, to simply go wherever our eyes take us without worrying about anything. The Edge of Never by J.A. Redmerski follows Camryn Bennett who decides to go on an adventure just like that one.
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Shadow WomanShadow Woman by Linda Howard is a mystery thriller in which a woman by the name of Lizette Henry wakes up one morning, only to realize that she doesn’t recognize herself when looking in the mirror. Furthermore, two years of memories from her life have suddenly gone missing, and what’s worse, various people are trying to kill her.
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Warm BodiesWarm Bodies is a peculiar novel by Isaac Marion, looking into the complex inner life of a zombie who can barely communicate. Upon gaining the memories from a teenage brain, the zombie unexpectedly ventures out to find love in the arms of his victim’s girlfriend.
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Beautiful ChaosBeautiful Chaos by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl is the final entry in the Beautiful Creatures trilogy, once again following our heroes, Ethan and Lena, as they deal with what seems to be a relatively accurate reenactment of the Ten Plagues in Gatlin. In the end, a sacrifice will have to be made in order to save Gatlin, and frankly, the list of candidates for the job isn’t exactly long.
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Beautiful DarknessBeautiful Darkness by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl is the second book in the Beautiful Creatures trilogy, and it follows Ethan and Lena’s adventures now that they both know about the secret world hidden in the seemingly-quaint town of Gatlin. This time around though, the going gets tougher for both of them as it seems the town itself is trying its best to destroy our beloved protagonists.
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Beautiful CreaturesBeautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl is the first book of a trilogy, and it follows Lena Duchannes, blessed with a power but burdened by a curse, and Ethan, who has his dreams haunted by a girl he never met. As Lena moves to Gatlin, Ethan’s town, he feels inexplicably drawn to her, and sets out to determine what connects them.
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Bared to YouBared to You by Sylvia Day is a love story centered around a young couple that just seems perfect. However, the pressure on them to end the relationship grows and grows as both of them reveal to have some skeletons in their closets.
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Beautiful DisasterBeautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire explores the complex phenomenon of opposites being attracted to each other, following Abby, a goody-two-shoes, who manages to fall in love with the school’s bad boy, who actually has a thing for her as well.
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Fifty Shades Freedhe final chapter in the Fifty Shades trilogy, Fifty Shades Freed, by E. L. James still follows Christian Grey and Anastasia as they attempt to remain together in spite of their difficulties, with each one of them being forced to defeat their demons for good or renounce their love forever.
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Fifty Shades DarkerFifty Shades Darker by E. L. James is the second book in the Fifty Shades trilogy, and this time around the relationship between Christian and Anastasia gets rockier, as he wants to her to indulge his unusual sexual appetite while she battles between her disgust and love for him.
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Fifty Shades of GreyFifty Shades of Grey by E. L. James is the first book in the Fifty Shades trilogy, following the life of young and innocent Anastasia who comes face-to-face with Christian Grey, a man whose seductive side hides something relatively dark, something Anastasia may not be able to handle.
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