Posts in Category: man-woman relationships

You Deserve Each Other

by Sarah Hogle

You Deserve Each Other is a cute romance book that has a forced proximity trope. The book is about a couple that are both so perfect but they don't like each other anymore. They also don't want to be engaged but if one of them calls off the engagement they have to pay for the wedding expenses so they make a deal to become the worst they can be to see who breaks first. While challenging each other, the main girl has a realization and doesn't know what to do about it.

I chose to read this book because I'm a fan of romance books and I heard many people rave about it. After reading it, I was happy I did it's a good book that's very funny. All the pranks they do to each other makes you laugh. The book explains how they both were trying to be someone they weren't in their relationship and that's what caused them problems.

I would recommend this book to anyone that likes the forced proximity trope in romance. I think if people struggle with trying to make themselves perfect for a significant other then this is a good read for you because it explains how that isn't the best in a relationship and it's better to be honest.

Nadia, 16


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The Tattooist of Auschwitz

by Heather Morris

The tattooist of Auschwitz : a novel

This book centered around the life of a Jewish male who had been brought to the concentration camps. After months (or a year) he laid his eyes on what he described as a beautiful woman. Although males weren't allowed to interact with women he didn't let the love he had developed for her go to waste. Eventually they got together and made it out of the camp.

Personally, I fell in love with this book. I could not stop reading it. Morris vividly described everything and made it feel as if I were there. This book brought me to tears and has to go down as one of the most emotional books I've read.

The book is a bit intense, if you're okay with that then it should be perfect. I picked this book up on a whim and it seems to have been one of the best decisions I've made. Although it isn't considered YA I definitely recommend this book.

Edith, 13


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