What Book Should I Read for Valentine’s Day?

valentine's day Valentine’s Day, celebrated in almost every part of the world, carries a different meaning for each person. For some, Valentine’s Day represents a chance to enjoy time with their partner. For others, it means a romantic candlelit dinner. However, sadly, for most people, it represents a sad, dreary day in which they contemplate how forever alone they are. If you plan to have a Valentine’s Day filled with depression and gloom, fear not, for I am here. If you are single and have no plan’s for this year’s February 14th, then what’s to stop you from spending the day reading a romantic novel that will warm your heart just enough to forget all your worries? Avid readers know that you can always count on books to keep you great company, so why don’t you use that method to have fun and enjoy your time with nothing but the crisp pages of a freshly-bought novel, instead of sitting alone in your room and not getting out of bed? I know that that’s what I’m going to do this year, because who needs a boyfriend/girlfriend when you can have a romantic book? They will never leave you, and they will always be there for you through tears, elation, anger, and gloom, which is more than what most people can say about their loved ones. I have one problem, though: what romantic novel should I read? I plan to read at least three love stories this month and post about them so you wonderful bloggers will know exactly what to pick up when Valentine’s Day comes. Comment below if you have a novel that you want me to criticize or fangirl with you about, and I promise to check it out. I will see you soon, and thanks for reading!


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