Read Remark #infographic - Books about love to read in February

Infographic: Books About Love to Read in February

Ahhhh, love! Here are some books about love to read in February to please to love lover in you…and a few extras to please the love haters. Scroll to the bottom for the infographic.

Contemporary love

Bridget Jones’s Diary by Helen Fielding
How can you go wrong with Bridget Jones? This diary collection of love, recipes, and job assignments gone wrong is v.g.


Wife 22 by Melanie Gideon
A woman in a stale marriage begins taking quizzes regarding said relationship. She didn’t expect to fall for the quizmaster.


Landline by Rainbow Rowell
Another woman in another stale marriage discovers that she can magically call her estranged husband in the past on a landline.


Adventurous love

The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
Magical and wondrous, we see two powerful magicians reach their full potential and fall for each other. But, only one can prevail.


The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger
A man travels through time. His wife loves and supports him. He can’t control where he goes, though, and the travel wears on him.


Outlander by Diana Gabaldon
Is there anyone NOT familiar with The Outlander? Claire touches a magical stone and goes back in time to find passionate sexytime.


Toxic “love”

The Opportunist by Tarryn Fisher
Read the entire “Love Me with Lies” trilogy. Just do it! It has young love gone wrong, love triangles, and the most satisfying ending.


It Ends with Us by Colleen Hoover
Young, idealistic love turns ugly. I don’t want to spoil the shocking surprise, but I will say this: trigger warning. Thoughtfully written.


You by Caroline Kepness
Truly creepy. We read this book from the point of view of a stalker obsessed with his latest prey. And she isn’t his first victim.


Enjoy these books about love and have a happy, love-filled February! Whether it’s sharing affection with another person, snuggling with your cat or dog, or just taking some extra time to be kind to yourself, make it a good one.

Infographic time!

Read Remark infographic - Romantic books to read in February