10 Books To Read If You Like Colleen Hoover | TheReviewGeek Recommends

Are you a fan of Colleen Hoover’s emotionally charged and addictive writing style? Do you find yourself craving more books that can evoke the same feelings of love, heartbreak, and hope? If so, you’re in luck. Here are ten books that you should try if you enjoy Colleen Hoover’s novels:

Things We Never Got Over by Lucy Score

In this romance about love, self-discovery and a second chance, Lucy Score brings us Naomi Witt and Knox Morgan. Things We Never Got Over follows Naomi, who tries to rediscover herself after the end of a relationship. She decides to visit her estranged sister in the small town of Knockemout, Virginia.

However, when Naomi’s sister ditches her and leaves town, she’s stuck with no money, no car, nowhere to stay and a niece she didn’t even know she had. That’s how she meets Knox Morgan, a no-nonsense man who just wants to live a solitary life. If you like grumpy-sunshine love interest type of books this is one for you.

Me Before You by Jojo Myers

Prepare to be captivated by the poignant love story between Louisa Clark and Will Traynor. Myers beautifully weaves a tale of two individuals from different worlds who find solace and love in each other’s company.

This novel will make you laugh, cry, and question your own perspectives on life and love. This book is perfect for anyone who loves the feeling that reading Colleen Hoover’s novels gives them and wants to keep that mood going.

One Day by David Nicholls

If you enjoy the idea of a couple meeting once every year, and following how their relationship grows from that, One Day is the one for you. Your journey starts in 1988 when Emily and Dexter first meet. Nicholls then takes readers on a journey through twenty years in the lives of Emma Morley and Dexter Mayhew.

Through the ups and downs of their friendship, the story explores themes of missed opportunities, unrequited love, and the complexities of human relationships. Nicholls’ writing is both witty and insightful, making this a must-read for fans of Colleen Hoover’s emotionally charged narratives.

The Light We Lost by Jill Santopolo

If you are looking for a book that will break your heart, and have you love every minute of it, Santopolo’s novel follows the lives of Lucy and Gabe, two individuals who meet on September 11th 2001. Their connection is instantaneous, but life takes them on separate paths.

This emotionally charged story explores the complexities of love, timing, and the choices we make. Santopolo’s lyrical writing style and vivid storytelling will leave you emotionally invested until the very last page. If you are looking for a story that will hit you emotionally in a similar way as Colleen Hoover’s novels, then you’ll want to check out The Light We Lost.

Before We Were Strangers by Renee Carlino

Carlino takes readers on a rollercoaster ride of emotions as she tells the story of Matt and Grace, two former lovers who reunite after fifteen years. As they reconnect and reminisce about their past, they question whether their love has truly faded or if it was meant to be. Carlino’s writing is raw and evocative, making this a compelling read for fans of Colleen Hoover’s emotionally charged novels.

The Hating Game by Sally Thorne

If you enjoy Colleen Hoover’s ability to create sizzling chemistry between characters with a bit of humour, you’ll adore Thorne’s enemies-to-lovers romance. Lucy and Joshua are coworkers who can’t stand each other, but when they are forced to compete for the same promotion, their dynamic takes an unexpected turn.

Thorne’s witty banter and undeniable chemistry between the characters will keep you hooked from start to finish.

Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier

Du Maurier’s timeless classic follows the story of an unnamed narrator who marries the wealthy widower, Maxim de Winter. As the new Mrs. de Winter settles into her new life at Manderley, she becomes haunted by the memory of Maxim’s deceased first wife, Rebecca.

This atmospheric and suspenseful novel will keep you guessing until the shocking conclusion. For fans of Colleen Hoover’s Verity in particular, this classic novel is worth checking out.

The Woman in The Window by AJ Finn

Finn’s psychological thriller follows the recluse Anna Fox, who spends her days spying on her neighbours from her New York City apartment window. When she witnesses a crime, involving the picture-perfect family next door, Anna’s world is turned upside down, and she must confront her own fears and unravel the truth. Finn’s expert storytelling and unpredictable twists will leave you on the edge of your seat.

Seven Days in June by Tia Williams

Williams’ novel tells the captivating story of Eva Mercy, a bestselling author, and Shane Hall, a literary fiction writer. As they reconnect at a literary event after a decade apart, their passionate and complicated love story unfolds over the course of seven days. Williams’ writing is rich and evocative, making this a compelling read for fans of Colleen Hoover’s addictive storytelling.

Whether you’re a fan of Colleen Hoover’s heartwarming romances or her ability to keep you on the edge of your seat with gripping thrillers, these ten books written by other authors are sure to satisfy your craving for captivating storytelling and compelling characters.

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