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Top 5 Valentine's Day-Themed Books

These books showcase all the different feelings and types of love that the holiday brings up, so there's truly something for every reader!

 

Ice Breaker by Hannah Grace


If you're a hate-to-love fanatic you are in for a treat Tik Tok's latest viral sensation, Ice Breaker is filled with passionate and hate-to-love college romance. Anastasia Allen, a competitive Ice skater, has worked her entire life for a shot at Team USA. Nothing nor none is going to get in the way of her dream. Nathan Hawkins has never had a problem he couldn’t solve. As captain of the Maple Hills Titans, he knows the responsibility of keeping the hockey team on the ice rests on his shoulders. When a misunderstanding results in the two teams sharing a rink, and Anastasia’s partner gets hurt in the aftermath, Nate finds himself swapping his stick for tights, and one scary coach for an even scarier one.

 

A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini 

 

If you want to read a book that will make you bawl your eyes out, experience transportation to paradise, and feel the love and comfort of womanhood then A Thousand Splendid Suns is the perfect fit.  Mariam is only 15 years old when she is summoned to Kabul, Afghanistan to marry the troubled and bitter Rasheed, who is thirty years her senior. Nearly two decades later, in a climate of growing unrest, tragedy strikes fifteen-year-old Laila, who must leave her home and join Mariam's unhappy household. Laila and Mariam are to find consolation in each other, their friendship to grow as deep as the bond between sisters, as strong as the ties between mother and daughter. 


The Two Lives Of Lydia Bird by Josie Silver

 

The Two Lives Of Lydia Bird is a powerful and thrilling love story about the what-ifs that arise at life's crossroads, and what happens when one woman is given a miraculous chance to answer them.

 

The Second You’re Single by Cara Tanamachi

 

Freelance writer Sora Reid hates Valentine’s days and wants to boycott it every year She isn't counting on connecting with someone who might throw a wrench in these plans, so when old schoolmate Jack Mann shows up with all of his muscles and his surprisingly sweet, soft side and affinity for baking, Sora is thrown for a loop. Can she keep her own commitment? Or, will she be forced to change her mind about Valentine's Day, and subsequently, love?                     

 

Bet On It by Jodie Slaughter


Last but not least. Bet On It might be the most romantic book about bingo ever. Walker Abbott returns to his small South Carolina hometown to take care of his ailing grandma, while Aja Owens moves to Greenbelt, S.C. in hopes of leading a quieter life. Walker can't wait until his grandmother recovers so he can leave Greenbelt, but meeting Aja complicates those thoughts. Walker and Aja first run into each other while Aja has a mid-panic attack at the Piggly Wiggly, and then again via Aja's favourite bingo buddy. They make a bingo-based sex pact that sees their friendship blossom from enjoying peach cobbler together into a steamy Southern romance.


 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

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