20+ Best Romantic Comedy Books 2015


Romance and comedy have always been intertwined through history, and today we bring to you some of the best romantic comedy novels to read for teenagers and adults. These are the giddy, cuddly, giggly and seductive stories that emancipate love for the whole world of the reader to feel. Let the lovebirds fly. Some of these were made into movies as well.

A wealthy businessman, supercilious, arrogant and proud Mr. Darcy whose name one discovers with full revelation of his character. Elizabeth Bennett, a complex woman, compelled by her economic conditions to marry for stability,but a will to marry for love. Pride and Prejudice is one of the most famous books of the millennium, and can be found in most of the shelves. Jane Austen's one of a lifetime book showcases the perplexity of a woman, money and love, can she get both ?  

A handsome, intelligent, multi-millionaire playboy Drew Evans has never experienced loss in his perfect-o-life. He has an art, and all necessary and sufficient tools of seduction, and is a heart-throb everyone wants to be with. In his perfect life, enter Katherine 'Kate' Brooks, an ambitious and competent young woman sailing her way towards success. The professional competition and unsuccessful attempts to woo Kate, leaves Drew despondent. Emma Chase's Tangled is a witty and romantic tangle of, love and lust. Can Drew untangle these emotions and win her love ?

Bridget Jones’s Diary

Behold the diary of an obese, insecure and imperfect girl, who promises herself to change everyday. She has some short term goals for everyday that become the victim to procrastination. Losing weight, finding a guy, learning to program a VCR are some of those goals that Bridget Jones's Diary renders in such a poised manner that one must think themselves to be Bridget Jones of their lives. Helen Fielding's book revolves around the protagonist's,wants and the will-do-tomorrows in a comically engrossing and endearing manner.

One day, Janie Morris broke up with her boyfriend, lost her apartment and was fired from her job. Could the day get any worse ? Janie meant it as a rhetoric question, but her luck still answered it. Quinn Sullivan, a handsome and charming man knows it all, and both of them keep crossing each other's paths. Penny Reid discovers in the book the aloof and reserved Janie after she gets an unexpected offer  from her harmless-stalking victim Quinn.

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The most mortifying title one can receive is that of Friend-Zoned. Belle Aurora tells a simple, straight and common story in the most uncommon way, Nikolai falls in love with his friend. Valentina has grave commitment issues, and can thinks herself incapable of what Nik asks her of. As many people would call it, this is a "real" romantic story.

Claire is a young single mom, she helps her best friend sell sex toys while she earns enough to start her own business for her brat child. Carter the father of the child, who had had a one-night-stand with Claire shows up in her hometown. With no memory of Claire whatsoever. Claire is obstinate on making him realize and remember about her. Carter finds out about his four-year old child, an unexpected shock that could drive him away once again. Can Claire stop him this time?  

Bet Me

The enigmatic Calvin Morrisey goes on a date with Minerva Dobbs to win a bet. Calvin doesn't believe in commitments and there is no happily ever after for Minerva. Both are attracted by each other, but both know this will end inevitably. To decrease their problems they decide to never meet again at the end of the evening. Their destinies however, crosses on more than one paths; and they meet again.

I Wish For You

Ally's love of her life left her an year ago for no evident reason. It broke her apart and she thought it to be he worst time of her life. Now, she know he is with someone she knows rather too well. In agony and despair she stumbles upon an ancient object and an eccentric man who claims to grant all her wishes. Ally's life has changed completely and now she has mysteries to solve and rivals to beat. Slowly but steadily she hopes to wish for a happy life.


In a new, large and cozy San Francisco apartment, everything is simple until the night blooms and her neighbor's bed booms. Thanks to the paper-thin walls Caroline can hear the pleasure his neighbor is serving, which goes on  with different sounds each night. Caroline fantasizes about this allegedly attractive neighbor of hers, that keep banging her brain's walls. Exhausted of her sexual-frustration, she decides to confront this neighbor of her's. Alice Clayton has put in a wonderful work of romantic-comedy as Caroline's fantasies, seem to turn true.

I’ve Got Your Number

Poppy Wyatt is about to get married to her prince-charming, Magnus Tavish and be happy till the end of her days, but life isn't always that simple. In a confounding turn of events, she loses her engagement ring in hotel fire drill and her phone gets stolen. She finds a stray phone in the hotel lobby, a phone filled with the everyday life of its owner, Sam Roxton. As Sam and Poppy intertwine in each other's personal life, while Poppy goes on with her wedding, life turns out more complex for Poppy than she ever imagined. Sophie Kisella's engaging narration and hilarious twists keeps you at the end of your seats for the entire ride.

Playing for Keeps

Nobody tells Haley what to do. If only this was even partly true, but Haley is tired of it and a change would be welcome. She decides to whip the adorable man-next-door, a known player with great games under his sleeves, but lacking respect towards flowers. The man-next-door, Jason has no idea what has got into his timid neighbor when she bulks up against him. Between all this drama in R.L. Mathewson's Playing for Keeps , Haley fits perfectly in the void of Jason's life, but still remains too cautious to trust. Can Jason convince her and moreover himself, that this is not a game ?

The Rosie Project

Don Tillman, a professor of genetics, carefully calculates and predicts the characteristics of a perfect wife. He starts his mission to find this perfect wife who does not smoke, drink or be late ever. In a parallel life of her own, Rosie Jarman, a barmaid who smokes, drinks and is usually late is on her mission to find her biological father. Rosie needs a genetic expert for this, and thus begins the relationship of technically brilliant Don and frivolous Rosie. Through The Rosie Project, Graeme Simsion makes us stand in Don's shoes and realize with him, love is not a result of calculated proceedings but a reaction of emotions.

Beautiful Bastard

Chloe Mills is pursuing her MBA, but is stuck with an inconsiderate, bold and completely irresistible man for a boss. In other words, a beautiful bastard. When Bennett Ryan meets his new assistant, Chloe, he never imagined her to be so beautiful. Bennett, who was never the one to have an office romance, is willing to bend to his brilliant and innocent assistant.

Read it For:
The story’s plot is enjoyable and smart.
Don't Read it For:
The book is disappointing as many details don’t match up.
What makes this book stand out?:
The book is humorous and erotically satisfying.

The Law of Attraction: Lawyers in Love

The book follows the love of two lawyers who fell in love across the courtroom. Gabrielle and Brandon. But it wasn’t so simple; there were others who wanted Gabrielle and Brandon, add anonymous letter which tries to keep Gabrielle and Brandon apart.

Read it For:
The journey of the love of Gabrielle and Brandon is undoubtedly not easy with so many hurdles, but the obstacles make for excellent comedy.
Don't Read it For:
The book feels like a sitcom gone bad.
What makes this book stand out?:
The book is one of those books which makes for an excellent comical and romantic reads, with enough events to keep you busy

On Dublin Street

Jocelyn, left her world and other attachments with her old life in States and moved to Scotland. She had been enjoying a peaceful life until she moves to an apartment on Dublin Street where she meets Braden Carmichael, who changes her pace.

Read it For:
The book is not only rich in romance and humor, but the story development also takes you through the story effortlessly.
Don't Read it For:
The book seems like your everyday story.
What makes this book stand out?:
The plot development in the book is terrific.

Can you keep a Secret?

The book is a nervous flyer, who, in a fit of nervousness on a turbulent flight, vomits many secrets to an American sitting next to her. She even talks about secrets from her office. She survives the flights and the American shows up at her workplace, for he is the boss of the company!

Read it For:
A thrillingly funny romantic comedy.
Don't Read it For:
Some of the parts of the book are overdone.
What makes this book stand out?:
Read this book for joy and fun.

Match Me If You Can

Annabelle, the perfect walking disaster, after a series of failures and out of desperation to branch out of her family of overachievers, takes on her late grandmother’s matchmaking business. However, she runs into trouble even there!

Read it For:
A perfect book for a weekend, utterly refreshing.
Don't Read it For:
The book seems to be exaggerating on some points.
What makes this book stand out?:
The book is good enough to be read for a casual read.

Natural Born Charmer

When Dean meets Blue Bailey, he is recovering from a career-threatening injury, while Bailey has only recently lost her money to her ex-boyfriend’s theft!

Read it For:
The book is brilliantly done, with precise and to the point paragraphs.
Don't Read it For:
The book may seem overbearing at times.
What makes this book stand out?:
The classic push and pull of the story make it even more enjoyable.

Confessions of a Shopaholic

The story of the “girl in the green scarf,” is about a girl who is a compulsive shopper yet writes columns about how to save money! As her leisure hobby, she is shopping.

Read it For:
The perfect story of a recovering shopaholic and love.
Don't Read it For:
The movie is better.
What makes this book stand out?:
The book is funny, packed with humor and does not shy away from the deep relationships of family and friends.

Kiss an Angel

The book follows Daisy, who must either get married or go to jail. The man she is to marry is deadly serious and has not a speck of humor when he sweeps her away from her life, little did he know it will not be easy for the both of them.

Read it For:
A beautiful story, with humor here and there, about two people who find love together.
Don't Read it For:
The book may seem to be overdone at times.
What makes this book stand out?:
The book shows the exact picture of how two different people can fall in love.

One for the Money

Stephanie Plumb is on a streak of bad luck, her apartment is devoid of furniture, her job is lost, and her car is about to be repossessed. What is to happen when her cousin shows up with the best plan? However, even that backfires!

Read it For:
The book is action-packed and thrilling.
Don't Read it For:
The book is great and but the book seems to drag on.
What makes this book stand out?:
The book is one of the rare books which matches love and humor and action together!

This Heart of Mine

Molly has a good life as the creator of the children’s book. However, her personal life is nothing to be proud of. But then a man enters, Kevin Tucker, the gorgeous man who turns her life upside down.

Read it For:
The story is well written and keeps you on your toes.
Don't Read it For:
The story lacks depth.
What makes this book stand out?:
The connection between the two characters is hard to miss!

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