When you take yourself on a solo trip, sitting on a beach and next to a cozy fireplace, the best one-on-one time with yourself is reading. And what better than reading extraordinary romance novels for the unexpected plot twists in love.
Let’s have a look at the 5 best romance novels to read on a weekend getaway.
You’re The One That I Want by Angela Britnell
The title of the book is the same as the song in Grease by John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John. But the plot of the book is slightly different from the movie and it’ll make you feel warm. It is recommended with 5-star reviews on Amazon.
Sarah Agnoli wins an all-paid holiday to Europe. She is willing for any man to accompany her who could make her cheating ex-husband jealous. And how can a businessman from Nashville, Matt Anderson say no? While they move ahead with their European tour, pretending to be a couple and clicking pictures together, they both want something real.
My Killer Vacation by Tessa Bailey
If you’re looking for romance and thriller, “My Killer Vacation” by Tessa Bailey, is the one for you. Leave aside your serious crime stories and treat yourself to some romantic thriller instead. This POV novel is recommended if you’re looking for a weekend getaway with a spicy plot.
It’s not every day we find a corpse in our rental property. When Taylor was on vacation with her brother, she had no clue where she was headed. She also had no idea that a motorcycle-riding brash-bounty hunter, Myles, enters the story to be sexy. Taylor, an amateur crime detective, demands to help Myles, who thinks her to be beautiful and a true detective. It’s a mystery to find out whether he can solve the murder despite their evident connection.
The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren
If you have ever thought like your life has nothing more than boring routines, and usual loneliness while everyone around seems to be living the time of their life, then you should read, “The Unhoneymooners” by Cristina Lauren. The main character, Olive, is very relatable.
When her sister gets married and Olive is bound to be spent the whole next day with her staunch enemy and the best man, Ethan, she can’t wait to get back to her mundane but easy life. When everybody at the wedding gets food poisoning, except Olive and Ethan, the all-paid honeymoon to Hawaii is up for grabs. But the two agree to go for it just for the sake of a free vacation. But Olive was might expect her life to turn around by the end of the trip
The Holiday Trap by Roan Parrish
“The Holiday Trap” by Roan Parrish has LGBTQIA+ twist, in which two individual switch homes for the holiday in hope to find love away from home. This book definitely reminds of the movie, The Holiday, starring Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet.
Feeling alone, Greta, who lives in Maine and loves her family, one day decides to go for a trip to find herself. She switches homes with Truman in New Orleans, who has just found out that his boyfriend was living a double life with another husband and child on the other side. What fate has in store for them can only be known by reading the book.
It Ends with Us by Colleen Hoover
When it comes to an amazing beach read New York’s best seller, “It Ends with Us” by Colleen Hoover, is the best choice. Lily is living in the prime of her life: she graduated college, moved to Boston, started her business and met a successful neurosurgeon, Ryle Kincaid. But things don’t remain under control when her first love shows up. At this sudden crossroad, who will she choose? “It Ends with Us” can become a favorite of even the most sceptical of romance novel critic who will feel butterflies in their stomach.