The top best Romance Novels to read in 2020
1.The Fault in our Stars By John green
we need hazel grace a teenager unfortunately, she’s a little depressed just thyroid cancer so her parents end up putting her into this support group in the support group we need her friend Isaac who has eye cancer and this guy Augustus who’s Isaac’s friend who has this rare bone tumor Isaac hazel Augustus Augustus and Hazel they end up hitting it off otherwise known as they pretty much fall in love his feelings however in some depression and some flirting and some crazy moments they end up getting the green light going ahead go to Amsterdam and while they’re on the flight going over to Amsterdam Augustus tells hazel and he’s in love with her they’re in the Netherlands lots of flirting going on but something’s going on with Augustus, he’s walking around he’s wincing in pain hazel can tell something’s up they end up tracking down this author the author’s just a complete and total dick he doesn’t really lead on he doesn’t tell him how an imperial affliction ends hazel and Augustus they get nothing from him however they do end up having sex adios virginity Augustus ends up opening up to hazel and saying my cancer has returned hazel is absolutely devastated they end up returning home meeting up with Isaac they’re all hanging out but unfortunately, Augustus takes a turn for the worst, he gets rushed to the ER and hazel waits for him at the hospital oh man this story’s really starting to get dark hazel and Augustus they’re together daily but Augustus is sick and the sickness is driving them closer closer and closer but things are starting to get really sad and it is not looking good for Augustus Augustus dies and hazel isn’t there to witness it she ends up finding out from a phone call so at the funeral chins up seeing that dick author I mentioned a little bit earlier which is kind of weird she ends up meeting up with Isaac a little later they’re in mourning Isaac ends up telling hazel like hey did you get those pages that Augustus was writing for you and Hazel’s like what pages what are you talking about hazel that has no clue what pages Isaac’s talking about Isaac’s like he was writing something for you so when she goes to find out what Augustus was writing just try to figure out what what the heck was going on she ends up running into the author waiting for her and the author was like you know what you remind me of my daughter I wrotethat book Appirio loved fliction for my daughter and it’s tough for me to tell you so there’s some kind of closure in that sense so hazel still on a mission trying to find these pages that Augustus wrote doesn’t know where to look doesn’t know where to find ends up turning out that the assistant to the author ends up writing hazel saying hey Augustus and the author were communicating because a gust is wanted help with your potential eulogy Augustus thought maybe hazel might die and he wanted to do justice in just in case she did die so she ends up seeing the pages and reads the final thing that Augustus wrote to the author you don’t get to choose if you get hurt in this world old man but you do have some same who hurts you I like my choices I hope she likes hers although you may already know what’s inside of this book you don’t actually know what’s inside of this book until you read it so if you want to read this book or if you want to give it to someone else to read just buy on Amazon.
2.Looking for Alaska
“Miles’s narration is alive with sweet, self-deprecating humor, and his obvious struggle to tell the story truthfully adds to his believability.” School Library Journal
“What sings and soars in this gorgeously told tale is Green’s mastery of language and the sweet, rough edges of Pudge’s voice. Girls will cry and boys will find love, lust, loss, and longing in Alaska’s vanilla-and-cigarettes scent.” Kirkus
“This is an amazing first novel by a writer who is young enough to vividly remember his powerful years of high school and he expertly turns remembrance into the story.” Children’s Literature
“The novel’s chief appeal lies in Miles’s well-articulated lust and his initial excitement about being on his own for the first time.” Publishers Weekly
Looking for Alaska is the first novel written by John Green. It is one of the best teenage fiction books I have read so far. This book is banned in schools in most of the countries due to profanity and sexually explicit scenes.
John Green is the author of other bestsellers novels including The fault in our stars, Paper Towns, and is quite popularly known for his teenage fiction books.
Miles Halter is the main character of the story who has an unusual passion for learning people’s last words.
Alaska Young is the other character who is young wild and free.
Do read this book to find out how their lives affect each other.