Perfect picks for everyone from the hopeless romantic to your own valentine!
Don’t be intimidated by this classic. It might be a story of the French Revolution, but even more it’s a story of love — desperate, unrequited, reckless. Read this, fall in love with Sydney Carton, and come talk to me. -- Jolie
Meet cute, noun, “a scene in which a future romantic couple meets for the first time.”
Award-winning, bestselling YA authors tackle their own meet-cute scenes. One of these (at least one) will make you “awwww” -- Maggie
Passionate story about the forbidden romance between a professor and his graduate student. Looking for something more layered and complex post-50 Shades? A page-turning read! -- Cassie
Fun lil’ book for your significant mother — I MEAN, other. Yes, Freud, and all your fav thinkers’ thoughts on love and connection are hilariously compiled by Edelman. Come for the mixtape section, stay for Kant using AIM to flirt… -- Andy
A portrait of New York City in the 1980’s, told through Gopnik and his soon-to-be-wife, Martha’s arrival to a tiny basement room on the Upper East Side. Full of tender and humorous moments only these aspiring artists could experience. We got a sneak preview of his one man show at the store!
A perfect summer read! One girl plots her way to love with the help of the masters — K-dramas!
Try a regency romance! Georgette Heyer is the best. Exciting, romantic, historical.
One of the great takes-place-in-one-night books, and it’s even better than the movie. -- Nick
Not just a pretty cover — beats Fifty Shades by a mile in characterization and quality of writing. Same with Bared to You by Sylvia Day, one shelf up! -- Emmanuelle