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We cannot get enough of Taylor Jenkins Reid and lucky for us, another one of the author’s novels is coming to the big screen. The movie adaptation of her 2016 romantic dramedy One True Loves is out Spring 2023!

Emma Blair is at dinner with her fiance when her husband calls her: her husband, Jesse, who was lost in a helicopter accident and presumed dead years ago. But Sam helped Emma come back to life and gave her a second chance at happiness that she never thought she would have. When Jesse returns home, Emma is confronted with her past and her present, and forced to decide who she is and what she wants.

Check out the trailer for the movie adaptation of One True Loves here>>>

Seven Days in June by Tia Williams

Eva Mercy and Shane Hall are both writers. When they meet unexpectedly at a literary event, everyone is curious when sparks fly—but what they don’t know is about the week they spent together as teenagers, madly in love, almost fifteen years prior. Or that they’ve been secretly writing to each other in their books. Over seven days, the two reconnect, but Eva mostly wants him out of New York so her life can return to normal.  He did break her heart, after all.

Float Plan by Trish Doller

After the loss of her fiancé, Anna gets a reminder about the Caribbean sailing trip that they were supposed to take. Heartbroken and still reeling from his loss, Anna decides to set sail on her own. After a rough night, her better judgement kicks in and she decided to hire Keane, a professional sailor with his own set of struggles. As the romance begins to come in waves, can the two of them come to terms with their past and set a new course for their future?

One Day in December by Josie Silver

Laurie doesn’t believe in love at first sight, that is until the fateful snowy December day where she magically lays eyes on her dream man, right as the bus pulls away. Laurie is certain they will see each other again, so she spends a year searching every bus stop in London. When they finally do reunite, it’s through Sarah —Laurie’s best friend—who is smitten with him. Over the next ten years, Laurie, Sarah, and Jack navigate friendship, heartbreak and rediscovered destinies. A heartfelt story about fate and the sometimes swirly paths it takes.

The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab

In 1714 France, a woman makes a bargain to live forever, yet cursed to be forgotten by everyone she meets. Playing out across continents and centuries, The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue is the story of a woman who will travel through history asking herself how she can be remembered. Everything changes when after 300 years she meets a young man named Henry, the first to remember her face—and her name. When your life has been invisible, how can love make you feel seen—and is it enough to break a curse?

The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett

The Vignes sisters are twins, but since leaving their small southern town at the ages of sixteen, their adult lives couldn’t look more different. One sister lives with her Black daughter in the same community she grew up, while the other passes for white and is married to a white man who knows nothing about her past. But even as distance and time separates them, from the Deep South to California, the 1950s to the 1990s, their daughters’ lives will intersect, weaving together a wise generational story of compassion, love and identity.

The Island of Missing Trees by Elif Shafak

Teenagers Kostas and Defne meet at a taverna, where underneath the garlands of garlic and creeping honeysuckle, they fall into a forbidden love. When war breaks out and the capital is reduced to rubbish, the teens vanish. Kostas returns decades later, a botanist looking for native species and lost love. Years later, a Ficus carica grows in London at the place where Ada Kazantzakis lives. The plant is the only connection Ada has to her family’s troubled history and the island she’s never been to.

Me Before You by Jojo Moyes

Louisa Clark is an ordinary girl with a close-knit family, content living in their own little world. When she takes a job working for Will Traynor, a wealthy ex-playboy and thrill seeker who is now bound to a wheelchair after a terrible accident, she refuses to treat him like a baby. Soon, she finds that his happiness means more to her than she ever would have thought, and sets out to show him that life is worth living.

Less by Andrew Sean

When a struggling novelist, about to turn fifty, receives the news that his former boyfriend of nine years is engaged, he does everything in his power to skip town. His plan? Attend every half-baked literary event around the world that he’s been invited to. From almost falling in love in Paris to almost falling to his death in Berlin, Arthur Less will come face to face with first loves, last loves, and all the mishaps in between.

Before I Let Go by Kennedy Ryan

Yasmen and Josiah Wade were supposed to have a love that lasted forever. But blow after blow showed them that love alone couldn’t save their marriage. Yasmen was not prepared, but she’s trying to find a new rhythm. Her and Josiah are running a thriving business together, co-parenting, and always wondering if they’re ready to let go of what they had. One thing leads to another, and all is well until old wounds begin to reopen. Could this be their chance to be better than before, or is it too late for them?