What to Read Next: Books for the Love Month (Girls Edition)

If you are a bookworm (and I know you are because you are reading this), you've probably once in your life thought of thematic reading. I considered that while designing my reading plan this year. I actually wanted to plot a theme per month but I decided otherwise. I instead, thought of the best way to read all my purchased books -- yes, as may as possible. But, being the hopeless romantic that I am, I still want to read love-related books this month of February even if my reading plan doesn't require so. I asked my friends for some recommendations and here's what they have to say.

My BFF Clai is a huge GGM fan so this recommendation is a no-brainer.

Maria Ella Betos of Markings of a Dreamer adds may it be a first read or a re-read, this will revisit your definition of loving - loving your family, your significant other, and of yourself.

In Over Her Head author Anne Plaza says this gem from Nicholas Sparks still resonates with her. 

Save the Cake author Stella Torres Anne also suggests Staking His Claim by Tessa Bailey if you're into insane levels of steamy.

In Chrissie Peria's All's Fair in Blog and War, Five Cuevas writes about food and travel. Will she like this book too?

Cover (Story) Girl author Chris Mariano touts, "I found it hitting all the right kilig notes,".

And now, something for everyone who loves reading non fiction books. Liana recommends A Natural History of Love

In case you are wondering, I asked my guy friends too. Come back tomorrow for their answers.

Happy Reading! :)

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