With the obsession of romantic comedies increasing, the reboot of Four Weddings and a Funeral on Hulu comes at the perfect time. Mindy Kaling, one of my favorite authors and celebs, produces this new show as a Hulu limited series. If you have yet to see the original with Hugh Grant and Andie MacDowell, do yourself a favor and watch it! Until then, here is a list of some delectable reads that will make you laugh, cry and tap into your romantic side. These books are perfect for fans of Four Weddings and a Funeral.

Something Borrowed by Emily Giffin

Rachel and Darcy are best friends. Darcy is marrying Dex… or is she? When Dex and Rachel confess they have feelings for one another, the events leading up to Darcy’s wedding will challenge the girls’ friendship forever. This book is a message to readers that you should always follow your heart and realize what you have when you have it. Something Borrowed is one of my all-time favorite romantic comedies.

In Twenty Years by Allison Winn Scotch

A group of college friends reunites to celebrate the birthday of their deceased friend in Allison Winn Scotch’s In Twenty Years. What is supposed to be a celebration of their friendship turns into past feelings, hard conversations and the test of time that we all hope we have in our friendships.

Seating Arrangements by Maggie Shipstead

A family gathers for a big family wedding that is full of debacles in Seating Arrangements – a major feel-good read. Inappropriate crushes, bridesmaid drama and social status all make this dramatic and comical story the perfect relative to Four Weddings and a Funeral.

The Wedding Party by Jasmine Guillory

While Maddie and Theo are both excited for their best friend’s wedding, they can also agree on the fact that they hate each other… that is until they have an “oopsie” evening with each other that neither one can forget. They try to keep their rendezvous a secret, but, as in any good rom-com, they end up falling for each other before the big day arrives.

The People We Hate at the Wedding by Grant Ginder

Set in London, this is a story about a colorful family that gathers to celebrate the gorgeous Eloise. With multiple characters, all full of personality, it really makes us question how do we always hate the ones we love so much?

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