Best Romantic Comedy Novels
Penned down best of romantic comedy novels of all time!
Like romance but not the accompanying melodrama? A light-hearted rom-com is exactly what you need. Here’s a list of recommendations happy- go- lucky stories that are unbelievably funny and just enough lovey- dovey to tick all your boxes!
Wallbanger by Alice Clayton
This is definitely the most hilarious novel you are likely to come across. Be really careful of where or in whose company you choose to read this pick because a few giggles or bouts of laughter are bound to slip through no matter how much you might try to control them. Here’s a girl with her dream job, the sweetest boss, the best pet, happily single and incredible baking skills. Sounds perfect right? But wait, why can’t she sleep? And what’s with the weird noises next door? Hmmm something’s fishy. Wonder what?
Can You Keep a Secret by Sophie Kinsella
Who doesn’t have secrets? Everyone has them right? Secrets you promised you’ll keep till your last breadth. But what if you end up spilling your darkest, deepest secrets to a complete stranger sitting next to you in a plane? And the CEO decides to pay a surprise visit and OMG is that HIM? So now your boss knows all your secrets, knows that you faked a grade, you hate the office coffee machine, and so much more and oh, he’s staying around for a week!
Wife for a Week by Kelly Hunter
What if a complete stranger, even if a handsome one offered you a ridiculous amount of money to pretend being married to him for a week? Of course you would say no! No to the free trip to Hong Kong, no to the free salon pampering session, no to all the free designer clothes, bags and Jimmy Choos’, no to leaving the job you completely hate, no to quickly finishing your studies and absolutely no to a few snatched kisses and a bit of PDA with the most gorgeous stranger ever. Right?
What the Bride Didn’t Know by Kelly Hunter
Trig is Lena’s elder brother Jared’s best friend. Really he’s a bit like a surrogate brother to her. Really. She is his best friend’s sister and Jared had made it pretty clear to all the boys around that his sister was off limits since school. He would never ever break one of the cardinal rules of bro code. But these secret agents never imagined they’d have to pretend being married and share a bed!
The Spanish Groom by Lynne Graham
César Valverde desperately wants to make his ailing godfather happy. So he does the one thing he thinks that will do the trick- he convinces Dixie Robinson to pretend that they are getting married. But very quickly their little ruse backfires on them. An engagement is not enough. His godfather wants them to get married as quickly as possible!
Bet Me by Jennifer Cruise
One date in they decide never to see each other again. Or so they thought. Soon they find themselves together again trying to hold their own against a jealous ex- boyfriend, a crazy shrink, a freakishly intelligent cat and a whole lot of food and chaos, more than either of them can digest!
The Chronicles of Moxie by Z. B. Heller
Moxie Summers is a young teacher with a not- so- great love life and a bit of a weight issue which the evil stepmother and girl scouts’ cookies are so not helping. Just peachy. And then she meets this great guy in a bar. But wait! Did she just puke on his shoes! And he’s her new student’s dad! Just peachy.
I’ve Got Your Number by Sophie Kinsella
Who could have imagined that a tiny change in numbers could lead to a not- so tiny change in their life? A few things are lost, a few things are gained, one teeny- tiny slip- up and their lives are never going to be the same again. What a mess…
Shopaholic series by Sophie Kinsella
This internationally bestselling series needs no introduction. You’ll be hard pressed to find a more comical series or a more charming heroine. She can make you laugh till your sides ache, pull your hair till there’s none left, sigh till you are weary of your own sighs, smile till your jaws hurt and just about mesmerize you so thoroughly till you can think of nothing but her, her and her.
Playing for Keeps by R. L. Mathewson
Who doesn’t like a bit of a neighborly romance? Throw in together a shy- on- the- surface pocket venus and a red hot specimen of abs and sinew and voila! You’ve found yourself an utterly delectable neighbourly romance served with a dash ruined flowers on the side.
Which one are you grabbing? Let us know in the comments!