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Sunday Smutty Sixteen: Books that Wrecked Me

Happy Valentine’s Day! As a special Valentine’s treat, we’ve compiled a list of books that emotionally wrecked us. The ones where, when we put the book down, we were wrung out, exhausted…and so, so satisfied.

A Kingdom of Dreams by Judith McNaught

When Claymore refuses to fight…


Boyfriend Material by Alexis Hall

When Oliver cries…


By a Thread by Lucy Score

When Ally finds out that Dominic was personally paying for a snack table in the office so that she could afford to eat…


Dreaming of You by Lisa Kleypas

When Sara finds her spectacles in Derek’s pocket…


Finding Joy by Adriana Herrera

When Desta and Elias communicate with their eyes and understand each other perfectly…


Glitterland by Alexis Hall

When Ash gets that tattoo… 


Just Like That by Cole McCade

When Summer swims across the river…


The Lady’s Guide to Celestial Mechanics by Olivia Waite

When Catherine gives Lucy the shawl…


Managed by Kristen Callihan

When Brenna tells Scottie that Sohpie slept with Jax…

And when Scottie tells Sophie “You are my warmth”…


Marrying Winterborne by Lisa Kleypas

When Winterborne loses his shit at the train station…


Mrs. Martin’s Incomparable Adventure by Courtney Milan

When they sit under the tree and talk about aging…

And also when they hire the singers to follow the Terrible Nephew around singing “Robbie Bobkins” to the tune of the Halleluia Chorus…


Recipe for Persuasion by Sonali Dev

When Rico Wentworths Ashna…


Salt + Stilettos by Janet Walden-West

When Brett tells Will that if he gains weight they can just buy him more clothes…


White Hot by Ilona Andrews

When Rogan lies to Nevada in the cistern…


The Widow of Rose House by Diana Biller

When Alva has the panic attack…


And last but not least…

Paradise Cove by Jenny Holiday

The entire book wrecked me. I ugly cried through the entire thing. 

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