TTT: 10 Bookish Romances

Show me a book about a bookseller, librarian, author or other literacy-related person and I will definitely add it to my TBR list. The main character is usually a bit quirky, not great at social interactions, and so the love stories are generally super awkward and endearing.


The Bromance Book Club

A group of dudes read romance novels to learn how to be better partners to their wives and girlfriends.

The Bookish Life of Nina Hill

A quirky introverted bookseller finds out the father she never knew left her a huge extended family.

The Bookshop on the Corner

A librarian loses her job and starts a new life by buying a van in Scotland and transforming it into a mobile bookshop.

The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend

A Swedish booklover ends up building a bookshop in Iowa in honour of her deceased penpal.

The Fifth Avenue Story Society

An invitation to join The Fifth Avenue Story Society gives five New York strangers a chance to rewrite their own stories.

The Little Bookshop of Lonely Hearts

Posy has six months to transform the bookshop she inherited into a success or lose it all.

The Bookworm Crush

A shy bookworm gets lessons in confidence from the local surfer celebrity guy she has a crush on.

Beach Read

A romance writer who no longer believes in love and a literary writer stuck in a rut challenge each other to write something new and unique.

The Printed Letter Bookshop

After inheriting a failing bookstore from her aunt, Madeline wants to sell, but first she has to make it profitable again with the help of the staff who worried about losing their livelihood.

Recommended for You

Two teen booksellers whose rivalry is taken to the next level as they compete for the top bookseller bonus.


What’s your favourite romance book theme?


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