Top Ten Tuesday: (Five) Books with My Favourite Trope/Theme

Created by and with thanks to That Artsy Reader! I cannot tell you how excited I am for this week’s theme, because I LOVE a good trope–so rather than focus on one, I went with five. Recommendations for any of these tropes welcome!

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1. Second Chance Romance
(like in Second First Impressions by Sally Thorne)

I haven’t actually read this one yet, but doesn’t the title give the hint of the trope? Second chance romance is a trope I’ve only recently gotten into–largely because I discovered I’d actually been writing one for three years, to my surprise–so recommendations are welcome!

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2. Forced Proximity
(like in The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren)

Forced proximity is especially excellent if it’s paired with enemies to lovers–both of which The Unhoneymooners does to perfection!

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3. Grumpy x Sunshine
(like in The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood)

It’s strange, because if you’d asked me about this trope, I’d have thought I would’ve hated the cliché of it–but turns out I am a big old sucker for it. Goes to show, what do I know?

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4. Fake Dating
(like in To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han)

This trope, on the other hand, I have always adored. I don’t care what the set-up is; if this trope is included, I will read it, and almost certainly love it.

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5. Enemies to Lovers
(like in Beach Read by Emily Henry)

I love all the previous tropes… But I love this one the most, and I’m not even sorry.

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What’s your favourite trope–in romance or otherwise?

29 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: (Five) Books with My Favourite Trope/Theme

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  1. Enemies to Lovers is definitely the most popular trope pick today 😂 I love this selection of tropes that you’ve spotlighted—I always enjoy reading books with these tropes too! I can’t wait to read Second First Impressions and Beach Read. Great list!

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    1. I had the same thing–I knew I wanted to include it, then realised I was actually struggling to think of examples?! (Mostly I think that’s because I’m interested in it, but haven’t read too much yet!) I’m hoping to read Persuasion in May, so that definitely makes me more excited to read it!

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  2. I’ve read (and loved) all of these except Thorne’s and Hazelwood’s, but they’re both on my tbr. I felt the same way about the grumpy/sunshine. I just read The Suite Spot that qualifies for that trope and i really enjoyed it. 🙂

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