Are you a librarian or a frequent library visitor? Do you see the scope of your future love story there?

From the story of Rama & Sita to the different stories during this pandemic, romance is never-ending. Romance is independent of place, situation and time. Neither it sees heavy rainfall and storms nor the pandemic, it just happens and blooms.

Today we are here with quite hearttouching library romances.

1. The Library At The Edge Of The World by Felicity Hayes McCoy

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A story of a lady with a library van who left his husband after finding him with another woman on the bed. This book set on Ireland’s enchanting West coast will charm you with its enchanting story.

2. Let’s Talk About Love by Claire Kann

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A debut book full of heartfelt emotions and humor is going to take you to the story of Alice who has her entire summer planned until she meets Takumi. She can’t stop herself from thinking about him.

3. Dear Fahrenheit 451 by Annie Spence

Dear Fahrenheit 451: Love and Heartbreak in the Stacks by Annie Spence

Dear Fahrenheit is a collection of funny and heart moving love letters and breakup notes to the books in the life of a librarian. Starting from a breakup note to The Giving Tree to a love letter to The Time Travler’s Wife, the character is going to make you feel nostalgious.

Are you waiting for that visitor to start your love story in the library? Tell us in the comment section below.

You can take these best library romances help to start yours.

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