Kris & Vik Celebrate Love: Top 5 Series & Standalone List & #Giveaway

Posted August 7, 2015 by Kris and Vik in Book Love, Coffee & Books, Events, Giveaways, Home, Special Content & Excerpts / 8 Comments

A few months ago Kris & Vik put together a list of our most favorite love stories, both series and standalones. Now that our Kris is celebrating her anniversary with her love we thought it was the perfect time to share our list again!

Check out our top picks and keep scrolling through for a special e-book #giveaway

 lovestories

standalones

5. Dirty – Megan Hart  

( Amazon US | UK )

4. On The Island – Tracey Garvis Graves  

( Amazon US | UK )

3. Wanted – Kelly Elliott 

( Amazon US | UK )

2. Law of Moses – Amy Harmon 

( Amazon US | UK )

1. Love Show – Audrey Bell 

( Amazon US)

Series

5. The Sharing Spaces Series – Nina Perez  

( Amazon US | UK )

4. Flat Out Love – Jessica Park  

( Amazon US | UK )

3. The Significance Series – Shelly Crane 

( Amazon US | UK )

2. Love, In Spanish/Love, In English – Karina Halle 

( Amazon US | UK )

1. The These Days Series – Renee Ericson

( Amazon US UK )

 

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8 responses to “Kris & Vik Celebrate Love: Top 5 Series & Standalone List & #Giveaway

  1. I loved On the Island so I would love that book! My fav love story in general would have to be my own. After a really bad divorce. I tried to end my life back in 09. Well I lived and got some really good advice from the lady that was sharing a room with me. (which they weren’t supposed to do) Shortly after that in the end of 2009 I meant my husband. We will have been married for 5 years Sept. 23.

  2. My favorite love story…thats tough!!! I would say probably the Princess Bride. I read the book in middle school (before I discovered the movie) and loved it so much. The romance, the action, the comedy-its everything I look for in a romance book now!

  3. Katie DeMolle

    My favorite love story is probably the Driven Triology. It is one of the first books that I read when I actually really got into reading and I compared so many books to them once I finished. That’s the one series I could continually reread and never fall out of love with.

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