UPDATED IN 2022 FEBRUARY

Romantic comedy books are highly liked in the 2010s. It has a special entertaining feeling that couldn't be replicated by any other romance genre. But this love for good rom-com novels never stopped, and a lot of great books and authors emerged from the nothing in the recent years.

It seems like many of the romantic comedies that are out there today in a form of series are taken straight from books. They are either based on books or they are inspired by books. So, which books are the best rom-com books that you can turn to whenever you want to watch a romantic comedy?

We collected the top rom-com books for 2022 to offer new entertaining stories for your nights!


Book Lovers, by Emily Henry (2022)

Nora is a relentless literary agent at the top of her profession. She has spent her entire career between books. Charlie is a gifted editor who has a knack for composing best-sellers. And Nora's rival at work.

Nora has come across numerous breakups by means of which she's become knowledgeable that relationships are very significant for man prior to the moment they get to their perfect everyday.

Nora's sister advised her to visit Sunshine Falls, North Carolina, for a month's vacation. It's the picture-perfect setting for a romance novel, but the goal of Nora isn't to encounter Charlie instead some handsome lumberjacks, lovable doctors, and alluring bartenders. But life has another idea.


Things We Never Got Over, by Lucy Score (2022)

Naomi was not just running away on her wedding day. She was on the way to the rescue of her estranged twin to Knockemout, Virginia, a rough-around-the-edges town where partitions are settled the old-fashioned way.

Naomi and Knox's first encounter with each other did not turn out well. But from Naomi's and Knox's second meeting, they could generate a great deal of heat. A chemistry between them was burning powerfully. I liked their playful banter and the way they sparked each other's curiosities. There was an awesome chemistry to their growing relationship with off the charts inflammatory chemistry.


On a Night Like This, by Lindsey Kelk (2022)

When I first started reading this book, I had no idea what to expect. It started with Francesca, Fran, the main figure, stuck in a rut and bound by life with her fiance. Fran is suddenly taken for a ride aboard a deluxe yacht, where she is enlisted as a guest under a false name. Strange as it seems, they bond and get along like they used to be when they interact. Fran, however, has no idea how long she'll be stuck here with no means of coming home.

I think that my favorite part of this book is that there's not emphasis on the romance. It is about a girl who realizes that she has to go whole hog and take care of herself for once. This story was a Cinderella parable, but it was also about friendship and finding true love.


The Paid Bridesmaid, by Sariah Wilson (2022)

The title sounds familiar, but trust me you have no idea what will happen in this story. After the author went deeper into story, my skepticism went away.

As each day goes by, Rachel and Camden are learning more about each other. Camden thrives on blood-a-thons regarding secrets. Plus, he keeps Rachel increasingly wary of her “Do not get too close to coworkers at work” rule.

Rachel made a career from being a bridesmaid, though perhaps there's a possibility she'll be a groom someday?


It Happened One Summer, by Tessa Bailey (2021)

Piper Bellinger is known as a fashionable, influential, and infamously wild child. Whenever way too many champagne and an out-of-control rooftop party lands Piper behind bars, her parents decide enough is enough. Piper has not been in Westport for five minutes when she meets big, bearded sea captain Brendan, who thinks she will not last a week outside of Beverly Hills.

You may get this feeling when you're really captivated by a book and read it in one day. This was my experience with this work, which brought my imagination just far away from my problems. A truly entertaining rom-com book for the lovers of the contemporary romance genre.


The Ex Hex, by Erin Sterling (2021)

Rather than being a regular young lady like all other witches, Vivienne Jones tended to wallow in grief for nine years. She committed herself to treatments including alcohol, followed by traditional recipes including tears, loud wailing, and bubble baths. And to bad boyfriends.

Rhys Penhallow, ancestor of Graves Glen, broke many hearts, and just asly beautiful was he as he was, has returned to Graves Glen, Georgia. Suddenly, Alingerton Is attacked by wind-up toys, a furious ghost, and a talking cat with some interesting statements. Vivi and Rhys have to ignore the prohibited chemistry between them in order to save the city and reverse their friendship's damage before the distemper spreads.


Roommaid, by Sariah Wilson (2020)

Madison Huntington hopes to achieve her aspirations. That entails rejecting her family's wealth and influence together with saying no to the family business, her allowance, and her home. Madison is confident that she can fool Tyler Roth enough to accept her forgery. She is rich and privileged, and navigates the same social circles as her parents.

When her aunt introduces her to the good-looking Tyler who is searching for a room mate in his house to help him clean and look after his dog when he's away. Madison feels lucky to.

This easy-to-read novel, which is full of romantic back and turns. It was clear from the beginning where this story will finish. Nevertheless, it was a entertaining read, and I enjoyed it.


The Friend Zone, by Abby Jimenez (2019)

This book is full of romance, humor, talk of soulmates and future. But it has also depth of the story: an extra layer of emotions. If you are new to this genre, it is a really good book to start with.

Kristen's medical circumstances contributed to an even greater degree of the interest in the story, and the differences concerning Josh began to develop. Throughout it all, Josh remained kind and thoughtful, and there wasn't anything I didn't like about him.

The Friend Zone has you reeling from one belly-laugh to the next as it handles issues such as infertility and loss with cool narration, heart, and a generous quantity of sass.


Waiting for Tom Hanks, by Kerry Winfrey (2019)

We laughed a lot on this story, well written. The book features every rom-com books from the 90s that we loved. If you have no clue about the book's story than it would be a perfect pick for your. We had a lot of discussion in our bookclub, and those who had expectations doesn't enjoyed this book as we did.

I make an effort to select books to my book club without reading them, but I selected this book without seeing it and decided to read it. I was glad I did and will take pleasure in discussing it.


Other Woman, by Sandie Jones (2019)

Other Woman will make you feel uncomfortable on every page, unsettling you in the disturbing psychological thrill of Sandie Jones' story about a man, his new girlfriend, and the mother who will not let him go.

Another excellent 2019 novel from the author Sandie Jones. We was hooked almost immediately and it is a book that is hard to put it down. The characters are just like you and me. 27 years ol Emily is unlucky with love until she had a chance meeting with handsome, intelligent, funny young guy Adam. The chemistry was perfect from the beginning, and life seems to be happy again until Emily met Adam’s mother, Pammie.

Among rom-com books Other Woman has a unique story, which is worth a try.


Evvie Drake Starts Over, by Linda Holmes (2019)

Eveleth “Evvie” Drake lives in a sleepy coastal Maine town, and since her husband's death in a road crash one year ago, she's been reluctant to leave her house. Almost everyone in town, even her friend Andy, believes she doesn't leave her house because of her grief over the accident.

Great characters who talk to each other and listen to each other and most importantly respect each other. When they mess up, there are consequences they have to work through. It was warm, charming and a great read.


Me Before You, by Jojo Moyes (2013)

The first book of Me Before You trilogy and definitely one the best rom-com of the 2010s. You maybe watched the movie, but expect more from the book. It filled in so much more of the emotion the film could barely touch on.

A bit about the story. Will was hit while crossing the street ending the extremely adventurous part of his life and leaving him a quadriplegic. His friends disappeared and Will was stuck moving back home with his parents living a very simple life where he basically sat in his chair staring out of the window during the day. Louisa had a simple life supporting her parents and her sister but suddenly she lost her job and had to find something. She accepts a job as a caretaker for Will. They are like oil and water at first but time passes and their emotions change.

Conclusion

When you are deciding between women's fiction books, you should definitely focus on what you’re interested in. Humor is an essential part of our everydays this is why rom-com books are so close to us. If you are looking for more books check out our chick lit selection.