Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Trope

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Today’s topic is: Books With Your Favorite Trope/Theme

Quotes About Friends To Lovers. QuotesGram

What’s mine? Friends to Lovers, hands down. Here are a few…

1. Josh and Hazel’s Guide to Not Dating by Christina Lauren
2. Friends Without Benefits by Penny Reid
3. Accidentally on Purpose by Jill Shalvis
4. Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare
5. Wrong to Need you by Alisha Rai
6. Blurred Lines by Lauren Layne
7. Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Saenz
8. What Are Friends For? by Sarah Sutton
9. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling
10. Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins

Any suggestions for me to add to my TBR?


  1. Harry Potter and Deathly Hallows! But, of course! It’s been a long while since I read Harry Potter, but some scenes are still fresh in mind. 🙂

  2. I still need to read Anna and the French Kiss. I loved Josh and Hazel and Lady Midnight!

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  3. Josh and Hazel’s Guide to Not Dating is one of my favorite books. I also love a Friends to Lovers trope.

  4. I love the friends to lovers trope, but I haven’t read any of these yet (except Harry Potter). I’ll need to check them out!

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  5. Such great choices for this trope! I loved CL’s book.

  6. This is probably my favorite trope! Great list, lots of these went right onto the TBR!

  7. Friends Without Benefits sound like fun!

  8. There are not many romance tropes I do not enjoy.

  9. I adored Anna and the French Kiss, and this list is so exciting!

    Here’s my TTT post

  10. I also love friends to lovers. It’s one of my favorites! My favorite book with that trope is Blackmoore by Julianne Donaldson. Great list! 😀

  11. Oh, you’ve got so many books on this list that are on my TBR! Friends to lovers is such a great trope.

  12. I love Deathly Hallows as an example of this! I was focused solely on romance books, but it’s a great reminder that good romances are in other genres, too 🙂

  13. A good friends-to-lovers book is always appreciated!

    Thank you for stopping by my post earlier!

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  14. Definitely need more friends to lovers books in my life. Thanks for the recs!

  15. I enjoy the friends to lovers trope too but the only one of these I’ve read is Harry Potter!
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  16. I do really love Anna & the French Kiss! I still have to read Lady Midnight

  17. I adored Anna & the French Kiss and Accidently on Purpose both, but haven’t read any of the others. I’ve been adding so many books to my TBR today, it’s unreal.

  18. Interesting topic. I always wonder how the friends to lovers conversion works. Looks like htere are many ways.

    Thanks for visiting my TTT this week which is about epistolary novels.

  19. I’ve heard of Aristotle and Dante / Anna and the French Kiss, and HP of course, but the others are new to me. I’m glad you’ve found so many books to love!

  20. I like a good friends to lovers romance myself – it always feels less contrived than the enemies to lovers. I liked The Unhoneymooners so I’d like to check out Josh and Hazel. I also keep hearing good things about Alisha Rai.

  21. Harry Potter is a fun edition to this list and not one I would have thought of to include!

  22. Anna and the French Kiss was such a fun read!

    Thanks for stopping by my TTT post earlier!

  23. Friends to lovers is a great one – I love Ron and Hermione!

  24. Friends to lovers is such a fun trope! Your list contains a few of my favorites, so I’ll need to check out the others for sure 🙂

  25. I love the friends to lovers trope so much, too! Great list!

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