Which Love Books Should You Read Based On Your Zodiac Sign
It’s always “You’re so mean” and never “Okay, all I know is you’re a real Capricorn right now. The sun revolves around the Earth, and you don’t.” Although people are not as entertaining as Gilmore GirlsInterestingly, astrology is gaining momentum as GenZ compares personality traits to signs.
Before they go out of trend, it’s time for you to see which romance books you should read based on your zodiac sign. Namely, a person has three signs: sun, moon and sunrise. So whatever your sign, there’s always another book to go.
Aries are competitive and always looking for opportunities to prove themselves as number one. But deep down, people with this zodiac sign secretly hope that one of their friends will confess their undying love to them and have a happy time without giving in. Their favorite tropes include “Friends To Lovers” and “Women In STEM”.
Main recommendations: The people we meet on vacation by Emily Henry, love and other words by Christina Lawrenceand The Kissing Quotient by Helen Hoang.
Taurus are stubborn, with their bull representing the bull’s head, usually not one to succumb. They also sometimes like to relax in the serene countryside. People with Taurus as their zodiac sign would greatly appreciate the “Historical Romance” and “Slow Burn” trope, the latter of which celebrates the character’s stubbornness to give in to their feelings and savor the bliss of love.
Main recommendations: The convenient weddingby Georgette Heyer, The duke & meby Julia QuinnandFrom Lukov with love by Marianne Zapata.
Geminis are social butterflies with an uncanny ability to have an affair and then run away due to their inability to commit. They regularly drown in work to escape the emotions and feelings they possess. Maybe that’s a good reason why they would appreciate a good “Second Chance” romance. This, along with the occasional book on “The Love Triangle for Two”, is the best time of your life.
Main recommendations: hate the roomby Penelope neighborhood,Before we were strangers by Renee Carlinoand To sir with love by Lauren Layne.
The Cancer zodiac sign is an emotional and hypersensitive crab. Cancers have an incredible ability to exist in the emotional and material realms, but just like a crab, they will do anything to protect themselves from emotional harm. They are very intuitive and would thoroughly enjoy the “Childhood Friends To Enemies To Lovers” and “Lovers In Denial” tropes.
Main recommendations:A thousand boy kisses by Tillie Cole, bullyby Penelope Douglasand The hunt by Elle Kennedy.
Passionate, loyal and sadly dramatic, Leo is represented by the lion. While all zodiac signs have a good ability to pretend and show off, Leos have some oddly remarkable skills when it comes to “Fake It Till You Make It.” That’s just one of the reasons this zodiac sign would love the “Fake Dating” and “Academic Rivals” tropes.
Main recommendations: Take a hint, Dani Brown by Talia Hibert,The bride testby Helen Hoangand My Mechanical Romance by Alexene Farol Follmuth.
Logical, practical, and systematic in their approach to life, Virgos seek order and organization. They intend to follow a plan all their life and hope that others will also follow their rules. Imagine their surprise when a “Marriage of Convenience” or a “Bodyguard Romance” catches them off guard? A sight to behold, isn’t it?
Main recommendations: wedding for one by Ella Maise, Terms and conditions by Lauren Asherand twisted games by Ana Huang.
While it’s well known that Libras are indecisive squirrels, let’s be agents of chaos by implying that they would love “enemies to lovers” romances. Love or hate, that’s a good question. But sometimes Libras would also appreciate a good “Unexpected Inheritance” trope to add a touch of drama to their already chaotic lives.
Main recommendations:Non-honey by Christina Lawrence, The deception of Spanish love by Elena Armasand legacy gamesby Jennifer Lynn Barnes.
Elusive and mysterious, Scorpios are one of the most often misunderstood zodiac signs. They tend to stay in their head. Often, being called powerful, passionate and intense goes to their heads, well, a recipe for disaster. However, Scorpios would certainly appreciate the “Single Parent” and “Gay For You” romances, sometimes relating to one or both.
Main recommendations: Hate Adam Connor by Ella Maise, wait for itby Marianne Zapataand Heart stroke by Alice Osman.
Sagittarians are represented by the archer and are always on a quest to gather as much knowledge as humanly possible. They’re always on the lookout for new adventures, and maybe it’s time for them to consider reading “Love Triangle” or “Will They Won’t They” romances.
Main recommendations: The summer when I became pretty by Jenny Han, One day in Decemberby Josie SilverandNovember 9 by Colleen Hoover.
Although they are often referred to as social climbers, it is an unpopular opinion that all Capricorns want is to be successful in life. Capricorns climb a mountain against all streams and know that patience, perseverance, and dedication are the only way to evolve. Their favorite tropes would include the “Holiday Romance” and “Forced Proximity” tropes.
Main recommendations:Window shopping by Tessa Bailey, Hook, line and sinker by Tessa BaileyandThe room mate by Rosie Danan.
Resourceful, refined and unashamedly revolutionary, Aquarius is the last of the air signs. They are known to be cold, emotional, and unattached, but they are anything but. Ultimately, they may secretly hide their undying love for a friend’s brother or, well, a sibling’s friend. Therefore, they would appreciate the “Best Friend’s Brother” and “Grumpy Sunshine” tropes.
Main recommendations: twisted hate by Ana Huang, The love hypothesisby Ali Hazelwoodand The Wall of Winnipeg and I by Marianne Zapata.
Pisces are dreamy and witty, with their heads almost always in the fantasy realm of their creation. They always look for the best in people and are more than willing to look past any mistakes their loved ones have made. They are also idealistic and hope that the man of their dreams will eventually land in front of them, on a white horse. Their personalities govern their favorite romantic tropes, namely the “Morally Gray Hero” and “Billionaire Romance” tropes.
Main recommendations: twisted loveby Ana Huang, twisted liesby Ana Huangand The fine printby Lauren Asher.
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