Top Ten Tuesday #8

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.
Books with My Favorite Tropes/Themes

This week’s prompt is fun, isn’t it? There are so many tropes/themes I love. For this post, I’ve decided to focus on romance tropes since there are so many good ones. My favorites include: friends to lovers, enemies to lovers, fake relationship, forbidden love, soul mates, etc. I even don’t mind a little bit of instalove now and then. Just keep the love triangles away from me and I’ll be happy. Here are my top ten 12 books with my favorite romance trope/theme in them:

Forbidden Romance
Forbidden Romance
Forced Proximity
Supernatural Lover
Enemies to Lovers
Enemies to Lovers
Hidden Identity
Hidden Identity
Marriage of Convenience
Friends to Lovers
Forced Proximity
Enemies to Lovers

What about you? Which books have your favorite romance trope/theme in them? Do we have any in common?

About Jenni Elyse


Hi, I'm Jenni. I’m an eclectic reader. I mostly read fiction and I favor fantasy, science fiction, historical fiction, mystery, thrillers, and romance. The more kissing in a book the better!
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  1. Cindy Davis
    Cindy Davis says:

    There are not many romance tropes that I don’t enjoy, but I am with you, no love triangles. I enjoyed Twilight and I have The Flatshare on my TBR list.

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    • Jenni Elyse
      Jenni Elyse says:

      I think love triangles is the most hated romance trope, but I could be wrong. I just hear all the time how much readers hate them. Yet, authors still write them.

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  2. Ellie Warren
    Ellie Warren says:

    Fake relationship books are always so cute, I’ll definitely be reading more of them. I like enemies to lovers if it’s over a series arc, sometimes I think it’s done too quickly.

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    • Jenni Elyse
      Jenni Elyse says:

      Yeah, I definitely get that. I don’t mind if it’s done in one book, usually because it’s a book that focuses on romance and nothing else. Sometimes, it’s not done very well and I don’t like it very much, but there are series that I don’t like very much either. I think it just depends on the characters and the story for me.

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