Tired of seeing photos of couples on your home feed? Wondering whether you’ll ever find you happy ending? These are a few books that’ll make you believe that love stories should not have to be defined with stereotypical plots, they can be pretty scary or mysterious at times as well.

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Kim Harrison

This New York Times bestselling urban fantasy is Kim Harrison’s ninth edition electrifying adventure featuring contemporary witch Rachel Morgan. Combining mystery, action, paranormal romance and heart-stirring dark fantasy this is far from being a typical love-story between a fearsome Demon and Rachel Morgan.

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Nalini Singh

The plot is a fairy-tale with a paranormal twist, complete with ravishingly good looking princes and one awesome princess, royal leaders, evil sorcerers, magical creatures, adventure, trials – a complete treat. This book has a rating of 4.11/5 on Goodreads.

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Karen Marie Moning

Darkfever is the first novel in the Fever series written by #1 New York Times best-selling American author Kare Marie Moning. The romantic fantasy novel tells the story of the main characters journey into the supernatural world of fairies after she travels across the world to find her sisters murderer. The story is set in Dublin, Ireland and involves Celtic mythology.

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Genevieve Dewey

A gangster novel, a mystery based on romance or a family saga. It’s a little of all of the above. It shows romance weaved into in-depth multi-layered twists and turns, with a 4.21/5 rating it is a must read for all who are already bored of reading typical love stories.

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John H. Groberg

The first novel in the new Italian Time Travel Series by writing team Morgan O’Neill, is a passionate story of lovers separated by centuries of history set amidst a richly detailed drama. If you’re looking for a satisfying tale with the fervent hope of a happily ever some day the book is for you!


by Zarrin Tasnim