Timeless Romantic Comedy Books

Choosing the best romantic comedy book would definitely give you a hard time. There are just so many to choose from!

When you go to a bookstore or check online, you don’t just select any book but you try to find the ones that you think is going to make you go hilarious as well as make you fall deeply in love. You usually don’t read books that are not enjoyable unless you are willing to waste your time.

This list is just some of the best romantic comedies that always guarantee to leave a laughing, inspired and most of all in loved audience.

Bet Me by Jennifer Crusie

A book that will bet you to fall in love

1. Bet Me by Jennifer Crusie

Well drawn characters and some witty dialogues! The story goes around a chubby lady who had some relationship struggles after being dumped by her boyfriend. Now, Min Dobb’s ex-boyfriend, David bets a ladies’ man named Cal $10,000 to get her into bed with him. Refusing the outrageous bet, Cal agrees to accept a bet to take Min to dinner for $10. Unknown to their knowledge, Min overheard all these and tries to play along with Cal. Much to their surprise, the simple bet could turn into something more than what they expected — something to bet on their hearts. See how the story goes with this totally humorous novel that would surely brighten up your day.

2. I’ve Got Your Number by Sophie Kinsella

Imagine what could possibly turn out after losing a three-generaton engagament ring and your only phone? After Poppy Wyatt, a soon-to-be-married girl loses her ring and had her phone stolen while panicking due to a surprising fire drill, she believed her happy ending is soon to fall apart. Luckily, she found a phone in a trash can and used it to let the hotel contact her for her lost ring. Unfortunately, the phone’s owner ends up to be a businessman named Sam Roxton, who is not at all pleased that she went over his private messages and phone. But fate has something in-store for the two of them and love has another plan. A hard to put down novel written by a very funny and engaging author, your stress would surely melt away upon reading even if you do it in just one sitting.

I’ve Got Your Number by Sophie Kinsella

A book that will call on your heart

The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion

An exciting project for your heart

3. The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion

Before this masterpiece hits the big screen, make sure not to forget this on your list. A debut novel by Graeme Simsion, a former IT consultant turned writer. This creation has received awards that only justify how entertaining this work of art is. Don Tillman is sure he will never be bound for romance, not until she meets and get to know the spontaneous, intelligent and enticing Rosie Jarman. Prepare to be motivated with your life goals as well as relationship goals.

4. Can You Keep A Secret? by Sophie Kinsella

It feels good to spill a little drop of secret every once in a while, especially with a stranger whom you’re confident will always remain as a stranger. But what if you don’t just spill a little one, you happen to blurt out every single detail and worse, what if that stranger becomes a stranger-no-more? This hilariously romantic novel revolves on the irresistible, generous and a little secretive Emma Corrigan and the CEO Jack Harper, who knows every little thing about her. How playful could their fate be? Well, that’s still a secret unless you start reading.

Can You Keep A Secret? by Sophie Kinsella

Will you trust your secrets and your heart?

Wallbanger by Alice Clayton

A spicy romance

5. Wallbanger by Alice Clayton

At her first night in her San Francisco apartment, Caroline heard a weird and rather intriguing wall banging from her neighbour’s room. From then on, her curiosity and fantasies were suddenly fuelled by the attractive neighbour who just can’t let her sleep. After hearing a bouncy loud noise from his room again, Caroline is certain she would confront her gorgeous neighbour named, Simon Parker. And just then she finds an intimate discovery about him that will keep her awake all day and all night. Hilarious and steamy, Alice Clayton’s “Wallbanger” will effortlessly make you laugh and burn.

6. The Undomestic Goddess by Sophie Kinsella

After storming out of her London office due to big-time wrecking mistake, Attorney Samantha Sweeting decided to get on a train and let her mind flow. Ending up on a huge, stunning house, the workaholic attorney was mistaken as an employee looking for a job and was soon offered to be a housekeeper. Decided to step on a new life, she began her journey as an undomestic goddess. And although the odds are against her as she struggled among the household chores, she managed to enjoy and spend her time happily in the beautiful house — with a new found love to warm her heart. Just as soon she began to enjoy life; traces of her past seem to be knocking at her door, again. Will she open up her door? Or will she remain in her new found life and love?

The Undomestic Goddess by Sophie Kinsella

An unexpected tale of love

Scary Beautiful

An unlikely yet perfect pair

7. Scary Beautiful

With a devoted boyfriend and a close group of girlfriends, Chloe Rand is about to begin her junior year of high school as perfectly as she had imagined. Everything seems to be in picture-perfect when suddenly her boyfriend ends their long-distance-relationship, after moving across the country, leaving pretty Chloe’s world shattered. And starting her junior years is worse; everyone seems to misunderstand her pretty face and everything seems to be going out of her hands. After thinking that she must not just sit still and look pretty, she decided to do something about her situation. Yet when she meets Billy, a total opposite of hers and a complete geek — her heart starts to beat rather quickly. Will falling in love with Billy be the right choice? Or will it only make her situation worse?

8. The Duke and I by Julia Quinn

Simon Basset and Daphne Bridgerton knew all along that his proposal to her is just for show. Determined to stay away from personal matters and keep everything in the name of business, the two are certain love will not cross their paths. Not until they dance across ballroom after another ballroom that they suddenly, silently in their hearts, started to think twice. Soon enough, Daphne finds herself falling in love and drooling over the dashing duke. She must do everything to keep him close from her sight and closer to his heart. But will love work for the two of them? Or will love, from the very start end as a sham?

The Duke and I by Julia Quinn

A classic story of sweeping romance

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