Trope Rec Tuesday: Blooming This Love


To explain a little about what this post will be about, I’m taking the intro I did for the last one: In every romance book you read there are tropes or archetypes. You can also see them in shows, movies, plays, etc. Romantic tropes are everywhere, and they are fabulous. I adore them and I always tend to find my favorite ones in romance books so I can enjoy them more. I decided to do a sort of Trope Tuesday piece where I will be talking about many tropes and recommend you all some of my favorites that fit.

What is a trope? Urban Dictionary explains it best I think: “Despite the erroneous definitions already published here, trope on the interwebs really refers to an often overused plot device. It can also be described as another variation on the same theme. TV shows, movies, comics, games, anime’, & books are full of tropes & many rabid fan-sites now name & track said tropes with a self-explanatory title for each one.” We can name a few: accidental pregnancy, best friends to lovers, sibling’s best friend, marriage of convenience, and so many more for sure. Your favorite couples? They probably got a trope too! It’s always so nice to realize or find out your favorite romance trope and keep searching for books with the same theme.

Spring is coming my friends. March is the start of the spring and love blooms in that season. It’s only right to make a post with some fabulous farmers and plant lovers who fall in love and find their own happily ever after.

The Little Wedding Shop by the Sea by Jane Linfoot

This cute little novel has a cake baker, wedding planners, a grumpy farmer and rustic locations. Poppy has to save her friend’s wedding and even though she is a cake baker she will take the wedding planner job and get Cate the wedding she deserves. And maybe on the road she will find love herself with that one grumpy farmer.

Bittersweet by Sarina Bowen

Expect to fall madly in love with a lumbersexual farmer who supports his whole family. Griff never expects to find his ex-hookup on his country road but Audrey is there to get a sweet deal on his harvest he doesn’t want to sell. This sweet battle will turn quite hot!

Sanctuary by Rebekah Weatherspoon

I think I’ve already recommend this title in another list but if I can recommend Rebekah Weatherspoon in every list I will do it people. I’m a fan for life!

Targeted by a client, Liz runs for her life and gets help from a friend who offers her a safe place to stay: a farm with her friend’s brawny beautiful brother. Silas just wants to be left alone with his dogs and his farm but the entrance of Liz will change his life.

So Wrong It Must Be Right by Nicole Helm

I always recommend this title when you are also searching for ‘You’ve Got Mail’ type of romances? Because it has that trope- the meet online but hard on real life trope.

They’re both having online sex with each other but do not know that she is the one who wants to buy his land and a member of the Gallagher family.

The Queen’s Game by Carla de Guzman

This pick is less farmer and more on the plant lover side. We have a shy prince of a country who loves plants and cares for them so very much. You will love Felipe and the fake dating plot he will have to become part of with his childhood friend and former princess and future queen Nina.

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