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1. Many Waters by Madeleine L'Engle - Love in the time of Noah's Ark? Yes, please. What's more is that this is a beautiful, pure and innocent love in which twins love the same girl but are willing to put that aside to save her from the flood.
2. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green - I swore I wouldn't be one of those girls that couldn't shut up about this book, but Hazel and Gus are the epitome of a beautiful romance. The love story between these two is epic…plain and simple.
3. Leaving Paradise by Simone Elkeles - Maggie and Caleb were tortured souls with stories that intertwined in the worst possible way. And yet, the connection between the two of them was enough to melt my heart completely.
4. Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead - I'm not sure how to appropriately state this in words that will actually do Rose and Dimitri justice. Because let's be honest here…those two are just smoldering.
5. Raw Blue by Kirsty Eagar - Anyone who's read this book will understand this completely. Carly and Ryan? Perfection. Carly is broken and damaged. Ryan is patient and kind. The two of them are just beautiful and mesmerizing.
6. The Last Silk Dress by Ann Rinaldi - Susan Chilmark was a true daughter of the South. Her dashing brother taught her that there might be more to the Northern cause than she thought. And Thomas? Well, Thomas loved her, despite her Southern roots and his Yankee twang.
7. Not a Drop to Drink by Mindy McGinnis - Yes, this is actually on my list. I think it's because the short but sweet romance between Eli and Lynn was just so pure and truthful that it made me swoon. Against that bleak backdrop, it soared.
8. The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin - Ummm if you haven't read it, you probably won't understand. Noah and Mara are so twisted and wrong and broken together, but they work. And when they work, we all swoon.
9. Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins - I wanted so badly to hate this book, but I just couldn't. Anna and Etienne is just magic. Plain and simple.
10. Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarry - This is the best possible kind of romance. You know that if they reach that level, it will mean passion and drama and love. Echo and Noah don't disappoint, and this story makes me swoon every time.