Blockbuster Books: 5 Summer Romcom Reads
Are you ready for a summer of great reads AND great movies? Romantic comedies can come in all shapes and forms, so whether you’re getting ready to laugh along with The Spy Who Dumped Me, are eager to see Crazy Rich Asians finally hit the big screen or you’re preparing to sing along to the new Mamma Mia film, here are some books we recommend taking with you that you can laugh along with before the theater lights dim.
Some Kind of Wonderful by Sarah Morgan
When she turned eighteen, Brittany thought her relationship with a bad boy was the height of adventure. Their relationship didn’t last…at least, not the first time around. Zach knows he broke Brittany’s heart once, but he’s determined to reignite the spark between them. This second chance romance will definitely bring a smile to your face!
Marrying the Wedding Crasher by Melinda Curtis
They’ve only been dating one month, but that won’t stop Harley from being Vince’s date to a wedding. She’s starting to fall head over heels for him, but that doesn’t mean she’s ready to face his family, or their secrets!
Act Like It by Lucy Parker
Richard Troy was once an A-list actor, but his bad boy antics are starting to turn people off. Luckily, his blooming romance with Lainie Graham may be the thing that turns the tide. They seem mismatched, but as their romance grows, they pair become absolutely inseparable!
A Princess in Theory by Alyssa Cole
What if the so-called spam emails you automatically delete were something more. Naledi Smith is annoyed by the constant emails claiming she’s betrothed to a prince…until they turn out to be true! Prince Thabiso, heir to the throne of Thesolo, takes the opportunity to experience life of an ordinary man, all while the chemistry between he and Naledi grows.
Indecent Exposure by Tessa Bailey
What do you do when you discover the woman you’ve been hooking up is actually off limits…because she’s your instructor as a police officer trainee? For most people, that’s where the story would end, but not for not for Jack and Katie, who turns out to be absolutely wild for each other. They’ve fallen hard for each other…now they just have to find a way to make it work.
What’s your favorite romantic comedy? Whether it’s a movie or a book, share your recommendations in the comments section below!