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25 Authors of Love and Romance Books You Must Read

If you are a person who delights and enjoys reading love stories, and who has even created your own top love novels and books, or if you are just starting to read them, we have gathered for you the best authors of love and romance books.

We want to share with you the most recognized authors, whose stories have transcended and have managed to awaken emotions and feelings in each of the people who have been captivated in their readings.

Most love books develop the story of two people who fall in love and go through several difficulties to make their relationship work. In these texts the writer can include several subplots, as long as the love story is the core of the novel.

In today’s novels we can enjoy a whole set of proposals, in which the love between the protagonists is the central axis of the story. However, the settings, the period, certain science fiction elements, among others, combine perfectly to captivate us.

Among so much variety and diversity of love books, choosing which ones to read is quite a battle, that’s why we share with you the results of our search, so you can get to know the best 25 authors of love and romance books.

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Classic Love and Romance Authors

The literature focused on love usually presents a quite beautiful scriptural and poetic depth, in antiquity there were many writers who excelled in this aspect, which is why their works have endured through the years to the present day.

The authors of classic love and romance seem to have been enlightened to express their ideas in such a captivating way that at the time they were very successful, not only for their understanding of the subject but also for their fantastic way of writing.

Some of them are the following: Emily Bronte, Jane Austen, Gustave Flaubert, the famous William Shakespeare, Leon Tolstoy, Charlotte Bronte, Nathaniel Hawthorne, etc., Their most outstanding works of love you can enjoy in PDF format below.

Emily Brontë

Emily Brontë

Emily Jane Brontë was a British writer.  Her most important work is the novel Wuthering Heights (1847), considered a classic of English literature.

This work was published under the male pseudonym Ellis Bell to circumvent the difficulties that women of the nineteenth century had in the recognition of their literary work.

The novel, initially considered wild and crude by critics, was eventually recognized as the most genuine, profound and contained expression of the English romantic soul and one of the most important works of the Victorian era.

Here we present an outstanding work by Emily Brontë:

Wuthering Heights

Wuthering Heights is considered a classic of English literature, it is the only novel by Emily Brontë, first published in 1846, under the pseudonym of Ellis Bell. The author was born in Thornton, United Kingdom, in 1818. Emily’s personality was rough, wild and violent.

Wuthering Heights, one of the most relevant English novels of the 19th century, tells the epic story of Catherine and Heathcliff. Set on the bleak and desolate Yorkshire moors, it constitutes a striking metaphysical vision of destiny, obsession, passion and revenge. This work completely broke with the canons of decorum that Victorian England required for all literary production.

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Jane Austen

Jane Austen

Jane Austen was a British novelist who lived during the Georgian era. The irony she employed to endow her novels with comedy means that Jane Austen is considered among the classics of the English novel.

At the same time, her reception goes, even today, beyond academic interest, her works being read by a wider public.

The candor of Austen’s works, however, is merely apparent, although it can be interpreted in several ways. Academic circles have always regarded Austen as a conservative writer.

While the most current feminist critics point out that in her work can be seen a novelization of Mary Wollstonecraft’s thought on women’s education.

Here we present 3 outstanding work by Jane Austen, if you want to read and download other works by Jane Austen in PDF format we invite you to visit our collection of Jane Austen books.

Pride and Prejudice

This book arises from a deep knowledge of domestic life and the human condition. It is a book full of satire, sharp, profound and anti-romantic at the same time.

Pride and Prejudice has captivated several generations thanks to its characters and its humorous description of the society of a rural and Victorian England, which is shown to be absurd and contradictory.

When the handsome and wealthy Mr. Darcy appears in the Bennet family’s life, everything is turned upside down for the five young women in the family. It is then that pride, class differences, hypocrisy, cunning, misunderstandings and prejudices lead the characters to pain and scandal, but also to knowledge, understanding and true love.

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Anne, youngest daughter of the presumptuous Sir Walter Elliot, is a sociable and graceful young woman who, despite the barriers, manages to find her hero, Captain Wenworth.

The prejudices and vanity of Anne’s family are the first obstacle in the sincere and real love of the young couple. When her mother dies, Anne is raised by a family friend, for whom she feels immense gratitude and whose advice she listens to without opposition. It is this advice that drives her away from the man she loves, an officer with little money.

After this, the young woman lives long years in solitude while her beauty and youth fade. It is her gentleness, her intelligence and her kindness that remain intact, forming an attractive woman ready for the second chance that destiny offers her.

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Sense and sensibility

A secret, a lie, the hidden truth, what cannot be said, and a pact of silence imposed by piety or loyalty, are the basis of this novel that narrates the misfortunes and sufferings of two sisters who believe they have found love.

Both are affected by different obstacles on the road to marriage, by the selfishness of other people, the hilarious recklessness of their neighbors and, above all, by their own personality and character. All this brings them face to face with poverty and its limitations, and the possibility of an aimless life.

Marianne is loquacious and romantic. On the other hand, Elinor is the representation of prudence and reserve. With different personalities, these sisters will eventually find balance in their lives

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Gustave Flaubert

Gustave Flaubert

Gustave Flaubert was a French writer. Considered one of the greatest Western novelists, he is best known for his novel Madame Bovary, as well as for his scrupulous devotion to his art and style, best exemplified by his endless search for le mot juste (‘the exact word’).

He had a great tendency to loneliness and social withdrawal. He was also a neurotic obsessed with writing, a pretext for his depressions and his enthusiasms, when he commented on some of the happiest pages of the classics. 

His anti-bourgeois hatred began in his childhood and became a kind of monomania, especially visible in his last work, the Bouvard and Pécuchet. 

He despised the vulgarity, the mediocrity, the dullness, the materialism of the bourgeois, and moreover his habits, his lack of intelligence and his contempt for beauty.

Here we present 3 outstanding work by Gustave Flaubert, if you want to read and download other works by Gustave Flaubert in PDF format we invite you to visit our collection of Gustave Flaubert books.

Madame Bovary

Madame Bovary is a novel that was published in installments in La Revue de Paris from October 1, 1856 to December 15 of the same year; and in book form, in 1857.

Besides being one of the literary selections par excellence in the genre of the so-called late romanticism, Madame Bovary constitutes one of the points of reference for the realism movement.

This work was developed in those years in three parts; with an incredible literary acuity, Gustave Flaubert shows his point of view on the life of the high-ranking society in early 19th century France, by marrying the main character to someone who offers her nothing more than to exhibit her as if she were a trophy.

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A Simple Heart

A simple heart is part of “Three Tales”, a book that Gustave Flaubert published in 1877, a year in which he had already written most of the works that -despite the limited success of some of them at the time of publication- would consolidate his reputation as a novelist: “Madame Bovary” (1857), “Salambó” (1862), “Sentimental Education” (1869) and “The Temptation of Saint Anthony” (1874).

However, the elaboration of these three stories (in reality miniature novels) demanded the same enormous effort as any of his books, which forced him to search for the precise word, to find images whose verisimilitude resisted any contrast with reality, to devise plots after exhaustive reading and consultation, and to submit each of his pages to the test of reading aloud so as not to miss any missonance, always in search of the perfect phrase.

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Sentimental Education

Sentimental Education (L’Éducation sentimentale in French) is a novel of 1869. It was his last novel published during his lifetime, considered one of the most influential novels of the 19th century. It was praised by contemporaries such as George Sand, Émile Zola and Henry James.

The novel describes the life of a young boy named Frédéric Moreau who lives through the revolution of 1848 and the founding of the Second French Empire, and his love for an older woman, Madame Arnoux. Flaubert based much of his protagonist’s experiences (including romantic passion) on his own life.

Sentimental Education has been described by Georg Lukács as the “psychological novel of disillusionment”. In a historical setting, Gustave Flaubert sketches a hero with features that, unlike Don Quixote, has a soul that surpasses in breadth of goals the world in which he lives.

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William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare

William Shakespeare was an English playwright, poet and actor. Sometimes known as the Bard of Avon (or simply the Bard), Shakespeare is considered the most important writer in the English language and one of the most celebrated writers in world literature.

Shakespeare is generally recognized as the greatest writer of all time, a unique figure in the history of literature.

The fame of other poets, such as Homer and Dante Alighieri, or novelists such as Leo Tolstoy or Charles Dickens, has transcended national boundaries, but none of them has reached Shakespeare’s reputation.

Here we present an outstanding work by William Shakespeare, if you want to read and download other works by William Shakespeare in PDF format we invite you to visit our collection of William Shakespeare books.

Romeo and Juliet

Romeo (Montague), who is in love with Rosaline, goes to a party to try to forget her or soothe his broken heart. At this party he meets Juliet and immediately falls in love with her. He later discovers that she is a Capulet, the rival family of the Montagues.

He decides that he loves her anyway and they confess their love to each other during the famous «balcony scene» in which they agree to marry secretly the next day.

Friar Laurence agrees to marry them to put an end to the feud between the families. Unfortunately, the feud escalates and Mercutio (Montague), a good friend of Romeo’s, ends up fighting with Tybalt (Capulet), Juliet’s cousin. Tybalt kills Mercutio, which causes Romeo to kill Tybalt in a rage. As a result, Romeo is banished from Verona.

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Leo Tolstoy

Leo Tolstoy

Leo Tolstoy was a Russian novelist, considered one of the most important writers in world literature. 

His two most famous works, War and Peace and Anna Karenina, are considered the pinnacle of Russian realism, along with works by Fyodor Dostoyevsky.

He received multiple nominations for the Nobel Prize in Literature every year from 1902 to 1906 and nominations for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1901, 1902 and 1910; the fact that he never won is a major Nobel Prize controversy.

Here we present an outstanding work by Leo Tolstoy, if you want to read and download other works by Leo Tolstoy in PDF format we invite you to visit our collection of Leo Tolstoy books.

Anna Karenina

Anna Karenina was first published in 1877. It had begun to appear in folio form in the journal Russki Véstnik (The Russian Messenger) between January 1875 and April 1877, but its publication was never completed due to Tolstoy’s disagreement with his publisher over the ending of the novel. Therefore, the first complete edition of the text appeared in book form in 1878.

The novel is considered one of the crowning works of realism. For Tolstoy, Anna Karenina was his first real novel. The physical appearance of the title character seems to be inspired by Maria Hartung (1832-1919), the first-born daughter of the Russian poet Alexander Pushkin.

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Charlotte Brontë

Charlotte Brontë

Charlotte Brontë was an English novelist, sister of fellow writers Anne and Emily Brontë.

The inspiration of Charlotte and her sisters had much to do with Blackwood’s Magazine, where they discovered the work of Lord Byron as the hero of all daring.

They admired John Martin’s fantastic painting and architecture. Three engravings of his works from the 1920s adorned the walls of Haworth’s chancel. 
Charlotte was an ardent admirer of Walter Scott, of whom she said in 1834: “For what is fiction, read Walter Scott and him alone; all novels after his are worthless.” But neither should it be forgotten that she dedicated a novel to William M. Thackeray.

Here we present an outstanding work by Charlotte Brontë

Jane Eyre

The author of this book obtained great success after its edition, although she could not reap the full harvest because she died at the early age of thirty-nine, however she was able to enjoy good reviews while she was alive. His novel Jane Eyre was made into a movie on several occasions and starred different actors.

It tells the story of Jane, a lonely woman since her childhood, as tragedy claimed the lives of her parents in her early years, was raised by her aunt, who did not always treat her with love, and then entered a boarding school in the town of Lowood where she finished forging her hard temperament.

Jane becomes a governess, prepared to educate the daughter of a wealthy man named Rochester, and it is in this experience that she meets the one who in the future would be the love of her life.

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Victor Hugo

Victor Hugo

Victor-Marie Hugo was born in Besançon, France, on February 26, 1802, to mother Sophie Trébuchet and father Joseph-Léopold-Sigisbert Hugo. His father was a military officer who later served as a general under Napoleon.

In 1831 he published one of his most enduring works, The Hunchback of Notre-Dame. Set in medieval times, the novel presents a harsh critique of society that demeans and rejects the hunchback Quasimodo. This was Hugo’s most celebrated work to date and paved the way for his later political writings.

In the 1840s, Hugo became one of France’s most celebrated literary figures. In 1841 he was elected a member of the French Academy and appointed to the Chamber of Peers. Privately, he began work on a writing that would become Les Misérables, which was finally published in 1862.

Here we present 2 outstanding work by Victor Hugo, if you want to read and download other works by Victor Hugo in PDF format we invite you to visit our collection of Victor Hugo books.

Les Miserables

Set in the post-Napoleonic era, just after the French Revolution, Les Misérables is the story of Jean Valjean, a convict, who has just been released from prison after serving 19 years for stealing a loaf of bread.

Influenced by the bishop to start a new life, Jean assumes a new name and moves to a new place where he becomes a respected citizen and makes a fortune in manufacturing. The police inspector, Javert, suspects him, but it is not until Jean’s conscience pushes him to reveal his true identity that he is forced to flee.

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The Hunchback of Notre-Dame

Notre Dame de Paris, Hugo’s second novel, emphasizes the theme of ananke, a Greek word meaning fate or necessity. Ananke appears in the novel primarily as an inevitable transition; stylistically, the transition is from classicism to romanticism and, ultimately, from the human to the divine.

Notre-Dame Cathedral is the embodiment of what must be recognized as the permanence of the transition. Originally a Gallo-Roman temple to the classical deity Jupiter, it became a Christian basilica and later, in the 12th century, a Romanesque cathedral.

As its construction continued into the 13th century, the Gothic style overtook and succeeded the Romanesque configuration; and the cathedral, completed in 1345, stood as the architectural script of its own history. The novel treats this cathedral as a statement of ananke rather than of any of its many particular characters.

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F. Scott Fitzgerald

F. Scott Fitzgerald

Francis Scott Fitzgerald was born on September 24, 1896 in St. Paul, Minnesota.

In 1911, when Fitzgerald was 15, his parents sent him to the Newman School, a prestigious Catholic preparatory school in New Jersey. There he met Father Sigourney Fay, who noticed his budding talent with the written word and encouraged him to pursue his literary ambitions.

F. Scott Fitzgerald married Zelda Sayre on April 3, 1920 in New York. Zelda was Fitzgerald’s muse, and her image figures prominently in his works, such as This Side of Paradise, The Beautiful and Damned, The Great Gatsby and Tender is the Night.

Here we present an outstanding work by F. Scott Fitzgerald, if you want to read and download other works by F. Scott Fitzgerald in PDF format we invite you to visit our collection of F. Scott Fitzgerald books.

The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby is a 1925 novel that follows a group of characters living in the fictional town of West Egg on affluent Long Island in the summer of 1922.

Controversy exists over the original author of the work, as Fitzgerald was repeatedly accused by novelist Zelda Sayre of plagiarizing entire passages from her diary and letters after she allowed him to read them while she was still his wife.

The story mainly concerns the young, mysterious millionaire Jay Gatsby and his quixotic passion and obsession for the beautiful Daisy Buchanan. Considered Fitzgerald’s masterpiece, The Great Gatsby explores the themes of decadence, idealism, resistance to change, social upheaval and excess, creating a portrait of the jazz age, art deco or Roaring Twenties that has been described as a warning about the American dream.

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J. W. Goethe

J. W. Goethe

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was born in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, on August 28, 1749. Goethe enjoyed theater and drawing, and was deeply interested in literature, devoting much of his time to reading works by Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock and Homer.

His first collection of poems, Annette, was published anonymously in 1770 and gave the world his masterpiece, The Sorrows of Young Werther, in 1774. 

Some of Goethe’s most famous works that have been marked in history are Wilhelm Meister’s Apprenticeship, the dramas Iphigenie auf Tauris, Egmont, Torquato Tasso, The Natural Daughter, the fable Reineke Fuchs. Besides, Faust Part One, Elective Affinities, The West-Eastern Divan, his autobiography Aus meinem Leben: Dichtung und Wahrheit and Faust Part Two, completed and published posthumously.

Here we present an outstanding work by J. W. Goethe, if you want to read and download other works by J. W. Goethe in PDF format we invite you to visit our collection of J. W. Goethe books.

The Sorrows of Young Werther

The Sorrows of Werther (German: Die Leiden des jungen Werthers) is a semi-autobiographical epistolary novel by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.

The novel’s protagonist, Werther, is a sensitive and passionate young man who falls madly in love with Charlotte, a woman engaged to another man.

Werther is a handsome man who arouses the interest of many other women, but he is in love with Charlotte, who does not love him, and despite the intense pain of unrequited love, Werther develops an intimate friendship with her.

The main scene mainly represents Goethe’s German translation of a part of the Ossian cycle of poems which, although originally considered translations of ancient works, were later discovered to have been written by James Macpherson.

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Nathaniel Hawthorne

Nathaniel Hawthorne

Nathaniel Hawthorne was an American novelist and short story writer known for his numerous stories of gothic fiction and dark romance.

Hawthorne is best known for his short stories -which he called “tales”-, often of sinister content, to the taste of the time, and for his four full-length novels: The Scarlet Letter, The House of the Seven Gables, The Blithedale Novel and The Marble Faun.

Author framed within the American Romanticism, like Edgar Allan Poe, much of his work is located in New England, and many of his stories, generally allegorical content, intensely recreate the puritanical atmosphere that permeated the society of those years.

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The Scarlet Letter

The Scarlet Letter is a novel that took place in the 1850s, where the author of the novel tries to highlight the problems of legalism in a town in England that had no problem pointing out the faults of other people.

The central plot unfolds under the life of Hester Prynne, a woman who is accused of adultery, but not only that, she is forced to wear on her chest the letter “A”, a mark that marks her as an adulteress in the eyes of society.

The subject is a delicate one, but it is of special interest so that the reader can understand and delve into the thinking of people who give rise to hypocrisy in their lives, affecting others without seeing the evil in themselves. That is the real intention of the author, and his whole message is developed on that argumentative sphere.

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Current Love and Romance Authors

Love is a theme for all life and all ages, which is why in the world of literature more and more writers are deciding to write novels of this genre in order to captivate their readers with a romantic story.

However, among current love and romance authors, not all of them have the same insight at the time of writing, so there is a wide variety of love stories to read and enjoy.

The most outstanding are: Laura Esquivel, Helen Fielding, Diana Gabaldon, the beloved and very famous Elisabet Benavent, Nicholas Sparks, Rainbow Rowell, John Green, Megan Maxwell, Anne Jacobs and Jojo Moyes to name a few.

Diana Gabaldon

Diana Gabaldon

Diana J. Gabaldon is an American writer known for the Outlander saga. 

In her books she develops a plot that mixes several styles such as historical fiction, romance, mystery, adventure and fantasy.

The Outlander saga has eight novels. Diana has also published the graphic novel The Exile (An Outlander Graphic Novel) (2010). The Lord John saga is a spin-off of the Outlander saga, telling the misadventures of a secondary character of the original plot.

Here we present 2 outstanding work by Diana Gabaldon:


Outlander is the first part of the saga “Outlander” written by the author, who has reaped success with this beautiful work. It has been introduced to a television series that has caused international furor.

Outlander tells the story of Claire Randall, a young woman who goes to Scotland with her love to spend a vacation after the Second World War, everything seems to be going well until one afternoon when Claire walks alone in the square, something unexpected happens, Claire enters a circle of stones and at that moment falls into a trance.

When she wakes up she finds herself in Scotland, but not in her own time, but in the year 1734. Without help and without knowing anything, she will begin a journey to return, in the midst of which she will learn how different the people of that time loved.

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Lord John

The Lord John series is a sequence of historical mystery novels and shorter works written by Diana Gabaldon that center on Lord John Grey, a recurring secondary character in the author’s Outlander series. 

Secretly homosexual “in a time when that particular predilection could get one hanged,” the character has been called “one of the most complex and interesting” of the hundreds of characters in Gabaldon’s Outlander novels. Starting with the 1998 novella Lord John and the Hellfire Club, the Lord John spin-off series currently consists of six novellas and three novels.

Since its release, the series has been featured in The New York Times Bestsellers list and debuted in #1 in 2007. An adaptation for television for Outlander premiered in Starz in 2014 and the executive producer have hinted the possibility of a spin-off TV series with Lord John as the main character.

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Nicholas Sparks

Nicholas Sparks

Nicholas Charles Sparks is an American writer, screenwriter and producer. As a writer his novels have achieved international success.

He has published 20 novels, 11 of which have been made into films (Message in a Bottle, A Walk to Remember, Noah’s Diary, Stormy Nights, The Last Song, Dear John, When I Find You, A Place to Take Refuge, The Best of Me, The Longest Journey and In the Name of Love).

Nicholas Sparks has been a New York Times Best Seller and has also been an international bestseller. In a weekly entertainment readers’ poll, he was selected as a favorite author.

And he was also selected by People magazine as the “sexiest author”. Many of his books have been recognized and awarded but so far Nicholas Sparks has not received any awards as a writer.

Here we present 3 outstanding work by Nicholas Sparks:

A Walk to Remember

A walk to remember is a very funny love story, very beautiful, which has as its protagonist two young people from completely different backgrounds, but have much in common.

Landon Carter is the main character, a young man who had finished his high school classes, and being on vacation he remembered his high school love affairs, even assumed that he had fallen in love, but when he meets Jamie Sullivan he realizes that what he called love was nothing like what he would live with this young woman.

Jamie was the daughter of a pastor, an orphaned girl whose mother was dedicated to studying and caring for her widowed father, besides that she seemed to be unfriendly to the outside world, however after being paired at a dance with Landon their lives would change forever, and a love story would take place between them.

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The Notebook

The Notebook is a successful book, bestseller in the New York Times and taken to the movie theaters, its plot is quite striking, with a very particular love story.

It is set in 1946, in North Carolina, where its inhabitants are getting back on their feet after the effects of the war, including Noah, a farmer who is trying to recover his plantations and thus return to prosperity.

When he is there, Noah remembers the young woman he fell in love with 14 years ago and has not been able to forget, but for reasons of the war he could never find her, however, for reasons of destiny he finds her again and tries to conquer her, but Allie, is already 29 years old and is an engaged woman.

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The Last Song

The Last Song is Nicholas Sparks’s fourteenth published novel and fifteenth published book. It was written specifically as the basis for the film adaptation by the same name and released on September 1, 2009 by Grand Central Publishing. 

The coming-of-age story revolves around the summer of Veronica “Ronnie” Miller, a seventeen-year old rebellious teen, who is sent to stay with her estranged father and younger brother. Through their shared love of music, Ronnie and her father reconnect and mend their relationship.

In this novel, Sparks unfolds themes such as first love, the love between parents and children, a special bond through music and how all of this can help the protagonist to heal, forgive and grow up.

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Rainbow Rowell

Rainbow Rowell

Rainbow Rowell is an American writer of contemporary novels for young people. Her young adult novels Eleanor & Park and Fangirl received a great deal of critical acclaim in 2013.

In 2013 Rowell published two novels for young people, Eleanor & Park and Fangirl. Both were chosen by the New York Times among the best works of young adult fiction of the year. 

Eleanor & Park was also chosen by Amazon as one of the 10 best books of 2013, and on Goodreads the best young adult fiction novel of the year.

Here we present an outstanding work by Rainbow Rowell:

Eleanor & Park

Young love can be so fanciful that it can become an impossible love, either by family impediments, different social class, immaturity among other factors, in the lives of many people it has been that way, but in others it is not usually so.

Delight yourself with Eleanor, a lonely girl, somewhat extravagant in the way she dresses and looks, who with her long red hair will captivate Park, an extroverted young man who is convinced that life makes sense when you are in the spotlight of others.

The book Eleanor & Park is a beautiful novel that shows how two people with different personalities but with very similar tastes begin to live a real love story, full of adventures, challenges and actions that will captivate the mind of the young reader.

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John Green

John Green

John Michael Green is an American writer of young adult literature, YouTube blogger and executive producer. He is best known for his books The Fault in our Stars and Paper Towns.

In 2014 he was included in Time magazine’s list of the 100 most influential people in the world. Also in 2006 he won the Printz Award for his debut novel Looking for Alaska.

Which was inspired by his time at Indian Springs School, in 2008 he co-authored Let it snow (connected stories that happen at Christmas time).

He is also known for his YouTube videos. Green got his start in 2007, launching the Vlogbrothers channel, which he runs with his brother, Hank Green.

Here we present 3 outstanding work by John Green:

The Fault in Our Stars

“The important thing is the last good day you spend with someone before the Last Good Day” The book The Fault in Our Stars by John Green has been read in many parts of the world and has been an international bestseller for a long time.

The story is about two young people, Hazel and Gus, who would like to lead a normal life, but circumstances do not allow them to do so. Both of them have cancer, both he and she suffer from severe cases of the disease, but in the midst of it they develop a strong relationship of adventures and dreams to be fulfilled even in the midst of the difficult situation.

It is a moving novel of life and death, a very particular love story. It emphasizes the strength that can invade the human being when he is in front of the ropes with no way out or escape.

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Looking for Alaska

Looking for Alaska is American author John Green’s debut novel, published in March 2005. Green wrote the novel as a result of his desire to create meaningful young adult fiction.The characters and events of the plot are grounded in Green’s life, while the story itself is fictional.

Looking for Alaska follows the novel’s main character and narrator Miles Halter, or “Pudge,” to boarding school where he goes to seek a “Great Perhaps,” the famous last words of François Rabelais.

This novel is a coming-of-age story that touches on themes of meaning, grief, hope, and youth-adult relationships. The book won the  2006 Michael L. Printz Award from the American Library Association, and led the association’s list of most-challenged books in 2015 due to profanity and a sexually explicit scene.

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Paper Towns

Paper Towns is a novel written by John Green published in 2008.

The main character is Quentin. He has been in love with Margo since they were children, but after spending a night together annoying Margo’s friends, she disappears leaving clues for Quentin to find.

This novel has achieved so much fame that it has even been made into a movie. A very beautiful novel to read with a very interesting love story.

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Jojo Moyes

Jojo Moyes

Jojo Moyes is a British journalist and romance novelist. Her novels have been translated into eleven languages.

She became a full-time novelist in 2002, when her first book, Sheltering Rain, was published. She continued to write articles for The Daily Telegraph.

She is one of the few authors to have won the Romantic Novelists’ Association’s Romantic Novel of the Year Award twice.

Here we present 3 outstanding work by Jojo Moyes:

Me before you

People Magazine’s review of the book reads: “Entertaining, surprising and heartbreaking, populated by characters that are heartwarming and funny…This is a thought-provoking, hugely entertaining novel that captures the complexity of love.

Author Jojo Moyes has managed to touch the hearts of her readers with this beautiful novel, which has had great success, including a blockbuster movie.

Me Before You is about the lives of two people, Louisa and Will, who providentially and fortuitously meet, an encounter that will change their lives forever. It is a touching and profound love story that asks us the following question to ponder: What would you decide when making the person you love happy also means breaking your heart?

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After you

After You is a sequel to the bestseller “Me Before you”, in this installment the author shows us what has happened in Louisa’s life. A story that will bring a myriad of feelings and emotions as you immerse yourself within its pages.

At the beginning of the novel many questions arise, which the author is responsible for answering as the story progresses, because from the beginning we see Louisa far away from where she lived, away from everything that matters to her.

Her life is something that must change, and she knows that, but she also recognizes that it is not easy to do, because she has no idea how to do it, but when a person knocks on the door, that bleak picture begins to shine, and suddenly the light of love begins to invade her life.

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Still Me

Still Me is the third installment of the “Me Before You” series by number-one New York Times bestselling author Jojo Moyes. 

In this new chapter of Louisa’s life, the author shows us a protagonist who is determined to get the most out of the experience of living in a vastly different city and throws herself into her new job and New York’s high society.

Moyes presents a Louisa who questions herself who she really is and seeks the courage to follow her heart. “Still Me” follows the protagonist as she discovers how to stay true to herself, while pushing to live boldly in this new world.

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Danielle Steel

Danielle Steel

Danielle Steel is an American writer. Since childhood she was interested in literature, and during her teenage years she wrote poetry. Today she is a very recognized author considered as one of the 30 Most Powerful Women in America by Ladies’ Home Journal. 

Some of her most popular books are: secrets of the past/diving in the dark, a free woman, a free woman, her royal highness, the inheritance of a noble woman, dangerous games, among many others worth reading.

Currently, many of her novels have been adapted into movies and translated into 28 languages. Danielle Steel is a favorite author of many people, and her novels have been on the New York Times bestseller list for more than 39 consecutive weeks.

Here we present 2 outstanding work by Danielle Steel:

Safe Harbour

Safe Harbour is Danielle Steel’s fifty-ninth bestselling novel. In this book the author tells an unforgettable story of survival and how two people who lost everything find hope and the courage to keep living.

Throughout the pages of this novel, Steel delicately explores the bonds between mothers and daughters, husbands and wives, family members and lifelong friends. 

The author takes us on a journey in which the characters begin to embrace life and its joy, hold themselves together through acts of love and friendship, and help each other to overcome their tragedies and grieving.

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Fine things

Fine Things by Danielle Steel tells the emotional story of Bernie Fine, a highly successful businessman who moves from New York City to San Francisco for his work at Wolff’s department store. 

Although his life is full of many successes, he feels that something is missing. One day, he meets Liz O’Reilly, a single mother and her little daughter. Bernie falls in love with Liz and marries her, but shortly after the birth of their first child, she is faced with a losing battle to cancer. Now, Bernie finds himself grieving and alone with two children.

In this delightful story about caring and loving, Steel presents the trials and tribulations of complex characters who must face the loss and learn how to move on and endure.

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Nora Roberts

Nora Roberts

Nora Roberts is an American author of more than 225 novels. Coming from a family of avid readers, books became a crucial part of her life from an early age. She became the first writer to be inducted into the Romance Writers of America Hall of Fame.

She is a number-one New York Times bestselling author, with her novels spending a combined 861 weeks on the list, including 176 weeks on the number-one spot. Some of her best work include the titles “Shelter in One Place”, “Year One”, and “Come Sundown”, among many others.

Roberts is also the author of the bestselling series “In Death”, published under the pseudonym of J.D. Robb, the story “Melodies of Love”,  as Jill March, and the British release of the series “Born In” as Sarah Hardesty.

Here we present 3 outstanding work by Nora Roberts:

A forever kind of love

A Forever Kind Of Love comprises two romantic suspense books from “The Stanislaski” series by Nora Roberts. In this installment the author uses her trademark tension and develops a longtime story filled with real-life situations, love, and happy endings.

The first one, “Waiting for Nick” was originally published in 1997, again in 2019, and now in this duet in 2022. The author unfolds a romance between wannabe lyricist Frederica Kimball and Tony award-winning songwriter, Nick LeBeck.

The second, “Considering Kate” was originally published in 2001, republished in 2019, and now in 2022. The protagonist, Kate Kimball, has given up her successful career as a prima ballerina, returned to her hometown, and bought a rundown, derelict house she wants to rehab as a dance studio.

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Loved you first

Continuing the unfolding of the always catching love tales, this time in Loved You First, Nora Roberts presents us with another two incredible stories where opposites attract. 

First, in “Falling for Rachel”, we follow passionate lawyer Rachel Stanislaski, whose work is her life. While being assigned to watch over teenage delinquent Nicholas LeBeck, she meets Zack Muldoon, Nick’s hotheaded and stubborn stepbrother. Soon enough, Zack and Rachel’s chemistry will be hard to ignore, and the two would be falling for each other faster than they realize.

Then, in “Convincing Alex”, the protagonists Detective Alex Stanislaski and bold soap opera writer Bess McNee will themselves be entangled in a series of comedic and astonishing events that could lead the pair to falling for each other.

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Search for love

One of Nora Roberts first novels, Search for Love tells the complex love story of Serenity and Christopher.

Devastated and mourning the recent deaths of her parents, the female protagonist travels to France to meet her estranged grandmother after receiving an unexpected letter. 

After a rocky start with both her grandmother and cousin Christopher, Serenity begins to mend her relationship with the first and harvest feelings for the latter. A classic Nora Roberts romance with two unforgettable characters, two fiery tempers, a strong attraction.

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Robyn Carr

Robyn Carr

Robyn Carr is an American author. She is the writer of the acclaimed “Virgin River” series books, and has written over 50 titles, some of which have been featured on The New York Times Bestselling list.

Throughout her career she has published dozens of historical and contemporary romance novels, a suspense novel, a non-fiction work, short stories, articles, and even wrote several screenplays which have yet to be sold. She also hosts “Carr Chats” at the Paseo Verde Library in Henderson, Nevada where she interviews other authors.

Carr’s books have collectively sold over 27 million copies and have been translated into 19 languages in 30 countries. She has also been awarded the 2016 Nora Roberts Lifetime Achievement Award by the Romance Writers of America, the trade association representing over 10,000 romance writers from all over the world.

Here we present an outstanding work by Robyn Carr:

Virgin River

Virgin River is a book series of 21 installments by the acclaimed bestselling author Robyn Carr. The story begins when the recently widowed Melinda Monroe encounters an ad looking for a nurse/midwife.

She quickly decides to leave her old life behind and moves to the remote mountain town of Virgin River. She first thinks this might be the perfect place to escape her heartache, and to reenergize the nursing career she loves. 

But her high hopes are dashed within an hour of arriving as everything seems to be at odds with her expectations. Realizing she’s made a huge mistake, Melinda decides to leave town the following morning, but a mysterious discovery and then meeting former marine Jack Sheridan will keep her where she must be.

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Julia Quinn

Julia Quinn

Julia Quinn is an American author. Her novels have been translated into many languages and her books are bestsellers in New York. One of her most famous novels is the saga of her books called: Bridgerton which has been adapted on Netflix and achieved great success worldwide.

Quinn considers herself a feminist and gives her heroines feminist qualities that are not necessarily true to the prevailing attitudes of the time in which her novels are set. However, she makes it modern and with a message for society today.

With her style of literature she has made a difference and empowered the character of women in her stories. Some of her books have been bestsellers and won many awards.

Here we present 3 outstanding work by Julia Quinn:

The Duke and I

The Duke and I is one of the first of the eight books in The Bridgertons series. Its main characters are Simon Basset and Daphne Bridgerton. He is a Duke of Hastings who has just arrived in London, considered a good catch because he is handsome, rich, and single. But he is a man who has no desire to ever marry. 

What Simon did not consider was that at the beginning of the story would meet Daphne, the younger sister of his best friend. She has a very striking personality that attracts men. She wishes to get a good husband. So she creates a plan with Duke Simon to help her achieve her goal.  

The story takes a very interesting turn that makes romance lovers love it and want to know more about its ending. This novel was so successful that it was brought to Netflix.

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The Viscount Who Loved Me

The Viscount Who Loved Me is the second installment in the worldwide-renowned Bridgerton series. This time the main characters are the Viscount Anthony Bridgerton and Kate Sheffield. 

After years of being one of the most eligible bachelors of the high society, Lord Bridgerton decides to settle down and carry on the family line. Haunted by his father’s death at a young age from a bee sting, Anthony now believes, albeit irrationally, that he will die young too, and does not want the complication of falling in love.

Nevertheless, he begins to court Edwina Sheffield, unbeknownst that her older sister, Kate, is determined to interfere, doubting that he is reformed from his roguish ways. Despite the animosity between the two, a mutual attraction begins to develop and their attempts to deny it will be fruitless.

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Romancing Mister Bridgerton

Romancing Mister Bridgerton is the fourth book in Julia Quinn’s globally bestselling series. In this installment the main characters are Penelope Featherington and Colin Bridgerton. Everyone knows that Colin is the most charming man in London and Penelope Featherington has secretly been harvesting feelings for her best friend’s brother for as long as she can remember.

Soon after returning to London from a trip abroad, he discovers nothing in his life is quite the same because he now has feelings for Penelope, too. She becomes from being the girl who was always simply there to suddenly being the girl haunting his dreams. 

But everything takes a turn when he discovers that Penelope has secrets of her own. He must now decide if she is his biggest threat or his promise of a happy ending.

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Brenda Jackson

Brenda Jackson

Brenda Jackson is an American novelist. She specializes in contemporary multicultural romance novels and is also the first African-American romance writer to have a novel published as part of the Harlequin/Silhouette Desire line, and to be featured in USA Today’s Best Sellers List and The New York Times Bestsellers List.

In 2013 she reached another milestone in her career when she became the first African-American woman who published a total of 100 novels so far. Jackson is the recipient of the Romance Writers of America’s Nora Roberts Lifetime Achievement Award 2012 due to her significant contributions to the romance literary genre.

Jackson has partnered with Hollywood’s film writer Bobby Smith Jr. to launch a production company to develop titles from her collection of over 140 novels. Three books have already been made into films and two others are scheduled to be released within the next year.

Here we present 3 outstanding work by Brenda Jackson:

Tonight and Forever

Follow Your Heart is Brenda Jackson’s latest installment in the “Catalina Cove” series. In this beautiful story of love and togetherness, a woman is matched for a husband by her great-grandmother but the matron may have gotten it wrong. 

The protagonist, Victoria Madaris is obsessively focused on her career and doesn’t have time to concentrate on her love life. However, when she meets rising US senator Roman Malone things begin to change.

The more Victoria gets to know Roman, the harder it is to resist him. Her head is saying play it safe, but is her heart strong enough to go against her better judgment and her grand-mother’s expectations?

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Follow your Heart

The Viscount Who Loved Me is the second installment in the worldwide-renowned Bridgerton series. This time the main characters are the Viscount Anthony Bridgerton and Kate Sheffield. 

After years of being one of the most eligible bachelors of the high society, Lord Bridgerton decides to settle down and carry on the family line. Haunted by his father’s death at a young age from a bee sting, Anthony now believes, albeit irrationally, that he will die young too, and does not want the complication of falling in love.

Nevertheless, he begins to court Edwina Sheffield, unbeknownst that her older sister, Kate, is determined to interfere, doubting that he is reformed from his roguish ways. Despite the animosity between the two, a mutual attraction begins to develop and their attempts to deny it will be fruitless.

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Love in Catalina Cove

Love in Catalina Cove is Brenda Jackson’s brand-new book series. In this saga, the author welcomes the reader to Catalina Cove, where even the biggest heartbreaks can be healed.

In the wake of a devastating teen pregnancy that left her childless and heartbroken, the protagonist Vashti Alcindor left Catalina Cove, Louisiana, with no plans to return. Now, over a decade later, she reluctantly finds herself back in her hometown after inheriting her aunt’s bed and breakfast establishment.

Her homecoming gets off to a rocky start when the new sheriff, Sawyer Grisham, pulls her over for speeding, and things go downhill from there for both of them.

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Susan Elizabeth Phillips

Susan Elizabeth Phillips

Susan Elizabeth Phillips is an American novelist. She is the creator of the sports romance genre and has earned the title of the “Queen of Romantic Comedy.”

Phillips is a number-one New York Times, Publisher’s Weekly, and USA Today bestselling romance and women’s fiction books and her work has been published in over 30 languages. Some of her most well-known titles are the Chicago Stars football series and the Wynette, Texas books, which include “It Had To Be You”, “Heaven, Texas”, “Fancy Pants”, and “Nobody’s Baby, but Mine.”

In 2001, she was inducted into the Romance Writers Hall of Fame. She is also the only four-time recipient of the Romance Writers of America’s prestigious Favorite Book of the Year Award, and a recipient of their Lifetime Achievement Award.

Here we present 3 outstanding work by Susan Elizabeth Phillips:

Nobody’s Baby but Mine

Nobody’s Baby But Mine by Susan Elizabeth Phillips is the prime example of a romantic comedy that will have you both longing and laughing from start to finish.

The story follows genius scientist Jane Darlington who desperately wants to have a baby. But making this dream come true won’t be an easy task. Jane wants to spare her child the suffering of being smart because she was bullied and seen as a freak because of it.

So her best solution for it is to find someone who’s more comfortable working out his muscles than exercising his brain. The man for her plan turns out to be Cal Bonner, the Chicago Stars’ legendary quarterback. He seems like the perfect choice but in reality, he is not what Jane thinks he is and she will learn about this a little too late.

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Ain’t She Sweet

Ain’t She Sweet by Susan Elizabeth Phillips narrates the story of Sugar Beth, who once in her youth was the queen bee and reigned supreme. Rich, powerful, and both feared and idealized by everyone.

She broke hearts, ruined friendships, and destroyed reputations. But fifteen years have passed and she has returned to the town she’d sworn to leave behind forever. 

However, now she is broke, desperate, and too proud to show it. On top of that, everyone has turned their backs on her. This is a story of courage and redemption, of friendship and laughter, of love and the possibility of happily-ever-after.

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First Star I See Tonight

First Star I See Tonight by Susan Elizabeth Phillips is a long-awaited new entry in the beloved, award-winning, New York Times bestselling author’s fan-favorite Chicago Stars football series.

The novel follows Piper Dove, a woman with the dream of becoming the best detective in the city of Chicago. Her first job consists of trailing former Chicago Stars quarterback, Cooper Graham. The only problem is that Graham’s spotted her, and he’s not happy.

From the bustling streets of Chicago to a windswept lighthouse on Lake Superior to the glistening waters of Biscayne Bay, this is the story of two people who can’t stand to lose and will test themselves and each other to discover what matters most.

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Alisha Rai

Alisha Rai

Alisha Rai is an American author. She specializes in contemporary, erotic, and paranormal romance novels. She advocates for greater diversity in the romance genre and her books often include characters of a variety of ethnicities and a wider spectrum of sexual identities.

As of South Asian descent, Rai is a vocal participant in the discussion of misrepresentation and under-representation of minorities in traditionally published romance. She also delves into feminist and intersectional themes in her novels. 

Rai is the first author to have an indie-published book appear on the Washington Post’s annual Best Books list, and been featured on the IndieNext and LibraryReads lists. Some of her work has been featured in the Best Books of the Year by NPR, New York Public Library, Vulture, Reader’s Digest, Entertainment Weekly, Amazon, Kirkus, Bustle, “O”, the Oprah Magazine, and Cosmopolitan Magazine.

Here we present 3 outstanding work by Alisha Rai:

Hate to Want You

Alisha Rai, one of contemporary romance’s brightest stars, makes her Avon Books debut with Hate To Want You, the first novel in her Forbidden Hearts series.

The protagonists, Livvy Kane and Nicholas Chandler have a deal in which every year they would share one perfect night of illicit pleasure. The forbidden hours let them forget the tragedy that haunted their past, and the last names that made them enemies. Sounds fine, until one night Livvy doesn’t show up. 

Although the passion between them might have once run hot and deep, not even love can overcome the scandal that divided their families. Being together might be against all the rules, but being apart is impossible.

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The Right Swipe

Alisha Rai returns with The Right Swipe, the first book in her sizzling new Modern Love series. The author delivers with compelling emotion and fascinating characters, the edgy romance of two rival dating app creators who find themselves at odds in the boardroom but in sync in the bedroom.

The protagonist, Rhiannon Hunter, may have revolutionized romance in the digital world, but in real life, she only swipes right on her career, and the occasional hookup. However, she won’t be able to pass on her attraction to her newest match, former pro-football player Samson Lima. 

The problem now is that Samson is a business rival and ghosted her until he suddenly surfaces months later. Will she be able to swipe right on him and her heart desires this time around?

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Partners in Crime

Indian Matchmaking meets Date Night in Partners in Crime: a fun, romantic adventure by bestselling author Alisha Rai.

Mira Patel is the lead lady. She has got a solid accounting career, good friends, and a whole lot of distance between her and her dysfunctional family. All that’s missing is a stable romantic relationship.

Armed with a spreadsheet and professional help, she sets out to find her partner in only legal activities, but much to her matchmaker’s dismay, no one is quite right. There comes Naveen Desai, the very first match she unceremoniously rejected. He is determined to keep things professional with Mira, although it’s impossible not to be intrigued by all of the secrets piling up around her and her schemes.

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André Aciman

André Aciman

André Aciman is an Italian-American writer, university professor, literary critic, and journalist. He is best known for his novel, Call Me by Your Name. 

Some of his most popular works are: André Aciman, Find Me, Harvard Square , The Proust Project , Out of Egypt, among others.

This author is considered one of the most stimulating writers of contemporary fiction, Aciman is distinguished by his ability to describe and capture all the matrices of human emotions in his books.

Here we present an outstanding work by André Aciman:

Call me by your name

Andre Aciman is a multifaceted writer, he has written countless works of different literary genres, his work called: Call me by your name is one of them, and shows how the talent of a person can become obsession and passion for others.

Italy is the place where the story takes place, precisely in the 80’s, where a wealthy person named Elio decides to help young talented foreigners to come to his country, and in exchange for accommodation and service they can develop as professionals.

Among them there are very good writers, but one stands out above the others, causing endless emotions not only for the owner of the house but also for all those who live in it, something that will involve the entire plot of the book.

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Cecilia Ahern

Cecilia Ahern

Cecelia Ahern is an Irish writer. She has published several novels and a series of short stories. Her books have sold over six million copies and have been translated into over 45 languages and have achieved great success worldwide. 

Her first very successful novel was in 2004 called P.S. I love you, which was taken to the cinema and became a bestseller in Ireland, the USA, the UK, Germany and the Netherlands. 

Another of the books that are best known to the audience are: Where the Rainbow Ends, If You Could See Me Now, Your Memories Are Mine, The Year I Met You, How to Fall in Love, The Memory Collector, among others.

Here we present 2 outstanding work by Cecilia Ahern:

P.S. I Love You

P.S I Love You is a novel written by Irish author Cecelia Ahern and published in 2004. The book reached #1 as a bestseller in Ireland for 19 weeks.

Gerry and Holly were married and would be together forever, until the unimaginable happens and Gerry dies, leaving her devastated. Over time she discovers a packet of letters in which Gerry leaves her pointers on how to continue her life without him, one letter per month.

As the months go by, she realizes the true meaning and intention Gerry had in writing the letters and how much he loved her. Thus understanding the meaning of life.

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Love, Rosie

Love, Rosie is the second novel published by Irish author Cecelia Ahern in 2004. The entire novel is written in epistolary form, in the form of letters, emails, instant messages and newspaper articles. 

This novel is told through letters, emails, and instant messages about the dull relationship between the two main characters, Rosie Denme and Alex Stewart. Rosie and Alex have been close friends since childhood. However, one day they are suddenly separated when Alex and his family move from Dublin to Boston. 

The book guides us through their relationship and its changes due to distance, circumstances, and new relationships that seem determined to keep them apart. A story that is sure to win the reader’s heart. 

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Kiera Cass

Kiera Cass

Kiera Cass is an American writer of young adult fiction. She is best known for “The Selection” series, published in 2012 by HarperTeen. 

“The Selection ” novel series was her debut on the literary scene, making it to number-one spot in The New York Times Bestseller lists and receiving international acclaim. Her books have been translated to different languages and published all over the world.

Television rights for the trilogy were optioned by the CW Television Network and two pilots were filmed, but neither were picked up for a full series. In April 2015, movie rights for The Selection trilogy were acquired by Warner Bros.

Here we present 3 outstanding work by Kiera Cass:

The Selection

The Selection is a young adult novel by Kiera Cass. For thirty-five girls, the Selection is the chance of a lifetime. The opportunity to escape the life laid out for them since birth. To be swept up in a world of glittering gowns and priceless jewels. To live in a palace and compete for the heart of gorgeous Prince Maxon.

But for the heroine, America Singer, being Selected is a nightmare. It means turning her back on her secret love with Aspen, who is in a caste below her. It also means leaving her home to enter a fierce competition for a crown she doesn’t want, and living in a palace that is constantly threatened by violent rebel attacks.

She then meets Prince Maxon and starts to question all the plans she’s made for herself. Soon enough, she realizes that the life she’s always dreamed of may not compare to a future she never imagined.

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The Elite

The Elite is the second novel in the best-selling Selection series by Kiera Cass. It is narrated by lead lady America Singer, who was selected to compete with 35 other girls to become queen and Prince Maxon’s wife. The Elite tells the story at the stage in the competition where there are only six girls left and tensions are high from both the competition and the dangerous rebels.

This time the competition is fiercer than ever, and America is still struggling to decide where her heart truly lies. Is it with Maxon, who could make her life a fairy tale? Or with her first love, Aspen?

She is desperate for more time. But the rest of the Elite know exactly what they want. The clock is ticking and America’s chance to choose is about to slip away.

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The One

The One is the third book in The Selection Series and the last book in the main trilogy by Kiera Cass. It is also the last book narrated from America’s point of view.

The Selection changed America Singer’s life in ways she could never have imagined. Since she entered the competition to become the next princess. She has struggled with her feelings for her first love, Aspen, and her growing attraction to Prince Maxon. 

When she was chosen to compete, she never thought she would find herself anywhere close to the crown. But as the end of the competition approaches, she realizes just how much she stands to lose, and how hard she’ll have to fight for the future she wants.

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