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The Best Books About Romantic Soulmates

The Best Books About Romantic Soulmates

Literary works frequently depict romantic soulmates. Novels such as Romeo and Juliet, Cathy and Heathcliff, and Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy seem made for each other, and the pairings seem like they were crafted by the author to bring them together. These classic pairings, however, are not the only ones that have soulmates.

Significance series by Shelly Crane

The “Significance” series by Shelly Crane is a compelling and heartwarming read. It follows the love story of Maggie and Caleb. The characters are well-developed, unique, and lovable. Author Tracy Crane does a superb job of creating unique stories and characters. She displays emotions very well.

Dark series by Christine Feehan

In the Dark series, Christine Feehan creates a unique world with multiple species. The main character, Ferro Arany, used to live in a monastery but was recently saved and lives in California. Ferro and his new friend, Elisabeta Trigovise, are destined to be together, despite their dismal pasts.

In the first book, Elisabeta was abducted and held captive for centuries. Now, the vampire who abducted her wants her back at any cost. But to save her, the Carpathians must choose sides in the conflict. Meanwhile, the oldest immortal warrior at a monastery claims to be Elisabeta’s lifemate. Feehan has outdone herself with this series. Ferro was an amazing lifemate and helped Elisabeta with her recovery.

The second book in the series, Dark Crime, requires a prior reading of the novella. This is because the novella relates to the first novel. In this way, readers are given an overview of the main characters and can determine if they’re going to like it or not. The novella first appeared in the anthology Edge of Darkness in August 2015. It will be published separately as an e-book in December 2016.

The first book, Dark Magic, introduces Gabrielle and Gary, two humans who were once in love. The series also features two other lifemates, Trixie Joanes and Fane. The plot of the book emerges at the end of the book, and readers will be gripped by the novel’s steamy seduction scenes. This is balanced out by long interior monologues. The plot revolves around the struggle between these two women to adjust to a new lifemate in a world ruled by arrogant Ancients.

In this series, the characters are both flawed, but their love story is still intact. Despite its flaws, the Dark series by Christine Feehan is one of the best books about romantic soulmates. There are a variety of genres to choose from, but this series is best for those who love romantic thrillers.

HeartMates series by Robin D. Owen

If you’re a fan of the HeartMates series by Robin D. Owen, you’ve probably read Homing Stone, the first book in the series. This story follows Rand Ash, a young man with a secret. He’s determined to befriend the mysterious Holm, the heir to one of the greatest Celta families, in order to avenge his family’s murders and the theft of his birthright.

Owens’s books are full of mystery and romance. She’s already a RITA Award-winning author, and her latest series, the HeartMates series, continues her successful formula of enchanting love stories. Her characters will fight to protect their people from the evil forces threatening their world and save their own hearts from disaster.

In the third book in the series, Garrett and Artemisia discover the body of a Black Magic Cultist. The two of them must investigate the crime together, and they soon realize how important their HeartMate relationship is. The heartwarming and enthralling story will leave you wanting more.

The relationship between Vinni and Avellana is a complicated one. Their relationship is a balancing act of innocence and sexual longing. Their families have been at loggerheads for years, and they’ve been physically and metaphorically intimate. However, their interactions and dialogue contradict each other. As their lives become intertwined, they must work to convince each other of their destiny.

It Ends With Us by Colleen Hoover

It Ends with Us is a romance novel written by Colleen Hoover. It was released by Atria Books on August 2, 2016. It is based on the author’s own mother-father relationship. According to Hoover, writing this book was one of the most difficult things she has ever done.

While it is a compelling read, It Ends With Us is not for the faint-hearted. It is a powerful and important novel that will make readers think, feel, and, yes, CoHort. I recommend it for fans of romance novels, but it is not for a light, fluffy read.

The story is powerful and honest. Colleen Hoover’s writing is moving and evocative. Her characters are flawed and human. The book will stay with you for a long time. And you’ll be glad you read it. It will be passed down from generation to generation.

Poppy Lawson’s relationship with Noah

Poppy Lawson, seventeen, doesn’t think boys her age are cool, but her new relationship with Noah is hot. Before Poppy met Noah, she had no interest in boys. But Noah is a troubled kid, and he has an electric connection with Poppy. However, there is a secret society out there that is trying to prevent soulmates from meeting. Usually, when soulmates meet, natural disasters occur.