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4 Love Stories That Are Better Than Twilight

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January 26, 2016 · 1.5k Views

If you haven’t yet found Mr. Right, or Edward Cullen just isn’t doing it for you, these 4 romance novels will have you falling in love immediately!


1. Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell

A heart-warming story about a reluctant but unstoppable romance between a girl who sticks out a little too much and a boy who just wants to blend in. So cute that it makes you want to cry.

You can purchase this book in all forms here on Amazon.


2. Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari

Not your typical romance novel, comedian Aziz Ansari explores how today’s modern technology has disrupted and changed our way of dating. Now that we can “social media stalk” our love interests or “swipe” through 100 matches in 10 minutes with apps like Tinder, dating has become more complicated, not easier. Laugh with Aziz as we learn to navigate this brave new world of dating.

Find it here.


3. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

If you have not yet read this classic victorian romance story, please run to the bookstore right now. One of the most beautiful and timeless love stories of all time. The wonderfully written dialogue will make you laugh out loud one moment and fall in love at the next. #TeamDarcy!

Get it here.


4. A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara

Not for the faint of heart. This book is heartbreakingly beautiful and absolutely horrifying at the same time. It’s not one I actually would recommend to any of my friends because it crushed my soul into a million little pieces. But if you can handle it, A Little Life offers a remarkable examination into the highs and lows of human compassion through a coming of age story of four friends in New York City.

Find this book here.


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Lillian Yang is a reader who is trying her hand at writing about reading. She yearns to be a Slytherin but knows in her heart that the Sorting Hat was correct to place her in Hufflepuff.

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