Top Ten Tuesdays was created by The Broke and Bookish, but is now hosted weekly by That Artsy Reader Girl and anyone is free to participate! This week’s topic is page to screen freebie.

Today is a page to screen freebie so I’m coming at you with a list of books I think would make adorable rom-coms. I’m gonna try my hardest not to include books like The Kiss Quotient and The Sun Is Also A Star because they already have movie deals that are pretty set in stone. Even thought they are going to be amazing rom-coms. It seems like the rom-com is making a comeback and honestly how can anyone be mad? I’m a huge fan of rom-coms and I’m excited that most of the rom-coms that have been coming out are much more diverse and hopefully that will continue if Hollywood decides rom-coms are worth investing in. With the success of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and Crazy Rich Asians, why not?

  • One Day in December by Josie Silver
    I love the idea of One Day in December having a movie adaption, although the 10 year story might be better suited for a TV show. I think it would be so fun to explore Laurie, Sarah, and Jack on the screen.
  • The Countess Conspiracy by Courtney Milan
    I would absolutely love to see The Countess Conspiracy be given space as a historical fiction movie. I can just imagine how amazing it would be and how much fun the plot would be to see come alive.
  • The Hating Game by Sally Thorne
    I think the banter would be one of the best things about this movie. Lucy and Josh have such a peculiar relationship, one that would be so fun to watch. I also think their dynamic is so fun to watch unfold and have fun with.
  • Hold Me by Courtney Milan
    You’ve Got Mail is great and all, but I’m ready for a redo. One with a more diverse and inclusive cast, as well as nipping that cheating subplot in the bud. I would absolutely be on board with Hold Me as a tv show or a movie. I would be there in an instant.
  • Beginner’s Guide: Love and other Chemical Reactions by Six de los Reyes
    I just think the chemistry of these two characters (pun intended) is off the charts. I loved Kaya and Nero from the very beginning and this story as a movie would be so fun.
  • The Wedding by Nicholas Sparks
    I’ve gone through my phase of Nicholas Sparks books already, but the one that I still hold dear to my heart is The Wedding, about a man who finds he’s taken his spouse for granted and is determined to win her back. It’s such a different story compared to the ones he usually writes and I really love it even now.

Do you like rom-coms? What books would you like to see adapted to the screen or as a TV show?