Check out these romantic books to read this winter, including 'It Ends With Us' and 'All The Bright ...
10 Romantic Books To Read This Winter When You're Snuggled Up By The Fire

Turn off your phone and dive into these exciting reads.

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Reading during the winter is almost better than during any other time of the year. The colder months make you want to snuggle up, and reading alone sends your mind on an adventure into a different world. By picking out some romantic books to read this winter, you'll find that your blanket and the fire aren't the only things keeping you warm.

Romantic books have a way of pulling at our heartstrings. How many times have you been caught blushing or slightly biting your lip as you stared down at your paperback romance book? Words are powerful, and if they happen to be tangled up in a romantic scenario, we are done for.

We fall in love with the characters and the storylines, and ultimately, we adore the way the words make us feel. Writers are extremely creative, and we are here for the way they make us want to spend hours with our noses in a book, especially during the coldest time of the year. Luckily, winter tends to give us opportunities for down time, and you should definitely spend it wisely. So, if you're looking to cozily orchestrate a book, blanket, hot cocoa, and fireplace date with yourself, you can't go wrong with snatching up a few of these titles. Thank me later.

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A Sky Painted Gold by Laura Wood

A Sky Painted Gold, $14, Amazon

Fans of The Great Gatsby will surely love this romantic coming-of-age novel. Let yourself get engulfed in the glitz and glam of this book, along with family secrets and drama. For those just dipping their toes in romance novels, this is a great start.

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, $10, Amazon

If you’ve seen the Netflix show, it’s time to read the book. This book will have you flipping page after page to find out what happens to 16-year-old Lara Jean Song’s love life. Once you’re done with this book, don’t forget about the sequels, P.S. I Still Love You and Always and Forever.

The Light We Lost by Jill Santopolo

A day known for its literal and figurative destruction is the starting point for the love story in this novel. The couple meets on Sept. 11, 2001 in The Light We Lost. We all know how saddening and extremely heartbreaking that day was, so it certainly makes you curious as to why the writer chose this day to begin a love story.

It Ends with Us by Colleen Hoover

No one ever really forgets the first person they fell in love with. The whole experience, good or bad, is engraved in us always. Even when we've moved on, their very presence can complicate a current relationship. Read how one woman juggles that heart-twisting scenario in It Ends With Us.

The Fault In Our Stars by John Green

Now, if you've already seen the Fault In Our Stars movie, OK, but the book will seriously destroy you. This is a story about two young people falling in love while they’re also battling life-threatening health issues. It really puts life and love into perspective, especially when you consider that time isn't always on your side. P.S: You are going to cry... a lot.

All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven

If you’ve checked The Fault in Our Stars off your reading list, check out All The Bright Places for an emotional love story about two teens. It was also made into a Netflix movie starring Elle Fanning. This is a memorable read that will keep you intrigued all the way through.

The Arrangement by Sarah Dunn

The perception of a happy marriage is changing. From case to case, couples are choosing their own guidelines as to what their marriage needs to thrive and be peaceful. So, what happens when a couple agrees to an open marriage agreement? You'll have to read The Arrangement in order to find out.

The Man I Love by Suanne Laqueur

Not only are you following a romance embedded with all of its heart-straining and filling qualities in The Man I Love, but this story also begins with a tragedy. See how love, coping, and mental illness affect a circle of friends after an act of violence.

See Me by Nicholas Sparks

If you haven't already discovered the tear-jerking sorcery that Nicholas Sparks inevitably has with his writing, you'll find out soon enough with See Me. He always writes these incredible books that place us in these situations that could happen to anyone. In this novel, find out what happens when two people unexpectedly meet, and how their love story unfolds.

Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell

We are back to the miraculous, but head-spinning experience of falling in love for the first time with Eleanor & Park. Many times, a first love doesn’t last, but we wouldn't take back the moments we spent in that first love euphoria. Step into the story of a duo facing that first time fear, even when they’ve realized it isn’t always forever.

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