Romance Books Set in London

Romance Books Set in London

Romance Books Set in London

If you’re a romantic at heart and love the big smoke, then here are five romance books set in London that you’ll love.

Romance Books Set in London

Bridgerton by Julia Quinn

For historical fans, you must read the Bridgerton series by Julia Quinn. Not only is it a lot of fun, and set mostly in London of the 1800s, but it’s also 100% romantic and there are seven books to enjoy! And that’s just the original series – there’s also her spin-off prequels and her sequels too.

We Met in December by Rosie Curtis

An Avon read that I adored. I read this Christmas novel when I started my job at HarperCollins and it is adorable. Think The Flatshare meets Normal People set in London at Christmas. It’s heartwarming and cute, and you want to bash the heads of the protagonists together out of lovable frustration.

Bridget Jones’s Diary by Helen Fielding

A modern-day classic. Who doesn’t like Bridget Jones? She’s all of our spirit animals combined. A mess, a romantic, a brilliant friend, realistic, funny, and endearing. I could read this book again – and in fact, I have!

Our Stop by Laura Jane Williams

Another Avon book – I’m not biased! – that is 100% London foolproof. A romance set on the tube. When a man and a woman get the same tube every day they start to fall in love – but they don’t even talk to each other. Except via the London newspapers rush hour column. Full of pop-culture references, laugh-out-loud moments, and amazing friendships.

In Case You Missed It by Lindsey Kelk

And finally, a gorgeous romance following a female character down on her luck returning to her roots. And exes! This will-they-wont-they romance about falling for an old flame is everything a romantic person could wish for. And it’s pretty funny too.

What romantic read will you read first? Let me know in the comments below.

Love Ellie x

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Romance Books Set in London


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