Favorite Romance Tropes! Ravenclaw

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Hey everybody! Its been a while, but I’m back with a post that I think is really fun! I went through and picked out my favorite romance tropes, and my favorite books that feature them! Here are my top five!

Slow Burn
Simon Vs. The HomoSapiens Agenda

I adore Simon and this is a hill I will die on. Simon and Blue are by far one of the best slow-burn relationships I’ve read in a very long time! A good Slow Burn book gives me goosebumps, and let me tell you, this is a good slow burn!!

Red, White, and Royal Blue

I’m such a sucker for an Enemies-To-Lovers book, but my absolute favorite has been Red, White, and Royal Blue! This book was one of the best books I read in 2019 and is on my all-time favorite book list! I would die for the characters in this book!

Fake Dating
To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

This one is probably the cliche choice for this trope, but it is still one of my favorite contemporary romance books ever. I adore Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky! I can’t wait for the new movie to come out this week!

Bad Boy/Forbidden Love
City of Bones

I know these are technically two different tropes – but I think they go hand-in-hand, especially with Clary and Jace’s relationship. I adore a good bad boy, and you don’t get one better than Jace! I love the whole trope of a good-girl falling for a bad boy that she can’t have. It’s way too much fun!

Childhood Friends
Where Rainbows End

I love when childhood best friends fall in love later on in life! One of my favorite examples of this was Where Rainbows End by Cecila Ahern! I adore this book and it’s beautiful romance that feels like real life with a touch of fate!


What are your favorite romance tropes?
Happy reading!

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One thought on “Favorite Romance Tropes! Ravenclaw

  1. Enemies to lovers is definitely one of my favorite romance tropes! And while in general I’m not the biggest fan of slow burn romances, I do love when it takes characters forever to admit how much they love each other, when they’re so obviously head over heals with the other person! I’ve been reading quite a few books with that trope, and I keep loving watching it play out!


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