If there is one thing all book lover’s can agree upon then it for sure is that enemies to lovers is one of the best tropes. The angst, the tension, the internal conflicts and the satisfaction of two people coming together in the end is unmatched. One of the best things about this trope is that we first see the couple as two different individuals. If you are someone who loves this trope then we bring you 10 best books containing enemies to lovers trope.
10 Best Books Containing Enemies To Lovers Trope:
Pride And Prejudice
Author:- Jane Austen
Believed to be the one that started the enemies to lovers trope. It is a journey of two individuals who at first absolutely detest each other at first but later learn that they are in love. Elizabeth Bennet meet Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy in a not so lovely meeting. Both are polar opposites but as they spend time together, they start to fall in love. Pride and Prejudice is a deep and insightful book.
Author:- Mariana Zapata
If there was a specimen on how to write a enemies to lover’s book, then it surely would have been this book. Kulti is a book that has a constant pace. The plot of this book is interesting and with hardly any mistakes. The story is about a female professional soccer player who gets her longtime crush as her coach. Quarreling at first these two fall head over heels later in the book.
A Court Of Thorns And Roses
Author:- Sarah J. Maas
A Court of thorns and roses is a part of a series. The story of the two opposite pairs covers book one to three. The book is of the fantasy genre. A court of thorns and roses starts with the two leads on the opposite side of the battlefield. As the story progresses they get to know that they are more than the battle. The story is heartwarming as well as exciting.
The Hating Game
Author:- Sally Thorne
Anyone who is a fan of this trope might have already read this book. The hating game is a story about two office mates who hate each other. They are often found bickering or dissing each other. But a couple twists and turns happen and you get a classic enemies to lovers trope. This is a light and easy read.
By A Thread
Author:- Lucy Score
By A Thread is a funny and witty read. It is one of the author’s best books. The story starts with a heroine who doesn’t have a job meets her arrogant boss. Although their first meeting isn’t that great in the end they have great chemistry.
Author:- Erin Watt
Paper Princess is the first book of the series The Royals. The first three books tell the story of the lead couple which is an enemies to lover’s trope. This book is full of drama. And the end of the three part series is satisfying.
The Viscount Who Loved Me
Author:- Julia Quinn
The Second book of a series this book is now being made into a series by Netflix. The first part was also made into a series which was a huge success. The leading lady is a sassy young lady with pride. And Anthony, the eldest of the Bridgerton family who is a ladies heart breaker come head to head. They start off on a wrong note and start to hate each other.But as the story progresses they fall in love.
A Kingdom Of Dreams
Author:- Judith McNaught
A Kingdom Of Dreams is set in the medieval era. The story is about an English lord and a girl of Scottish origin. The time at which the book is set was the same time when the Scots and English were at war. Things start to go wrong when they are forced to marry each other. What starts with hate ends in love for both.
Author:- Emily Henry
Two writes who are suffering from a writers block end up in a beach house next to each other. Both being polar opposites start on a very wrong note. But as things start turning around, they start to see each other beyond their flaws.
The Cruel Prince
Author:- Holly Black
The Cruel Price is a story about Jude and Carden. One is a normal human and the latter is a royal. They have long hatred between them. They use different tactics in the start to bring each other down but as they go ahead they realize each other’s importance and fall in love.