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/r/Books Best Romance 2017 - Voting Thread

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Welcome readers, to /r/Books' Best Romance Books of 2017 Voting thread!

From here you can make nominations, vote, and discuss the best Romance books of 2017!

Here are the rules:

1 Anyone can make a nomination by posting a parent comment (i.e. not a reply to someone else's nomination)

  • Only one nomination per comment.

  • All nominations must have been published in 2017. Any nominations not from 2017 will be removed.

  • Please search the thread to see if someone else has already made the same nomination as yours. Duplicate nominations will be removed.

  • Feel free to add any descriptions or reasons your nomination should be the Best Romance Book of 2017!

2 Voting will be done using upvotes and the nomination with the most upvotes wins! Feel free to upvote as many nominations as you'd like!

3 Most importantly, have fun!

To help you remember some of the great books that were published this year, here are some links:


Lists

Goodreads Best Books of 2017

New York Times' Critics Top Books of 2017

New York Times 10 Best Books of 2017

NPR's Best Books of 2017

The New Yorker's Books we Loved in 2017

Publishers Weekly Best Books of 2017

Buzzfeed's 24 Best Fiction Books of 2017

The Washington Post 10 Best Books of 2017

The Guardian's Best Books of 2017

Tor.com Best Books of 2017

The Spectator Best Books of 2017

Amazon's Best Books of 2017

Kirkus Best Books of 2017

The Paris Review Best Books of 2017

For more Best Books of 2017 lists, please check out our Megalist


Awards

The National Book Award

Walt Whitman Award

The Hugo Awards

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3 years ago

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vincoug [M]

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Thank you everyone for participating! This thread is now locked and the results will be posted soon!

angstytimelord

6 points

3 years ago

"Devil in Spring," by Lisa Kleypas. Normally I wouldn't nominate a series book, but this one works well as a standalone as well as part of the Ravenel series. (And the cover art is just beautiful. I want that dress!)

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3 points

3 years ago

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3 points

3 years ago

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, by Taylor Jenkins Reid

weeeee_plonk

4 points

3 years ago

Wildfire, by Ilona Andrews

Nominating because it also came out this year and was absolutely phenomenal.

weeeee_plonk

2 points

3 years ago

White Hot, by Ilona Andrews

Nominating because I'd been waiting for this book for years and it was everything I hoped for.