Top 5 Romance Books That Will be Made into Movies in 2020


Amazon Romance Best Seller Books

The weekend is upon us, and for some of us, a good old weekend book companion is the sweetest treat we could possibly gift ourselves. For this blog, we did some digging around on the internet and went through some romance reads on kindle prime reading and kindle unlimited. There, we found some amazing romance books that could be made into movies this year. These could just be the best books to read in 2020, maybe even before the release of their respective movies. So, without further ado, we present to you the 5 best romance novels that will be made into movies this year.

1. After We Collided

By Anna Todd

Scheduled to be released in May 2020 in Ukraine, the motion picture to this romance novel will star Dylan Sprouse, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, and Josephine Langford. Todd takes us through the passionate relationship between Tessa and Hardin. Hardin is a cruel, brute with a rough exterior, but only Tessa can see through all that bravado. However, Tessa is slowly losing her patience with him. She has put too much on hold, just waiting for him to change, waiting for him to be the man she knows he should be. But can Hardin ever change? Can love really overcome all odds in this tumultuous story of love?


2. P. S. I Still Love you 2

By Jenny Han

This one has already launched in mid-February as To All The Boys 2: I Still Love You. It is the second installment in its series, keeping the same cast as the 2018 release, including Lana Condor, Noah Centineo, and Jordan Fisher, just to mention a few. The story takes us through the life of a hopeless romantic, Lara Jean, who finds herself caught in a love triangle with Peter Kavinsky and John Ambrose. Is it possible that Lara is in love with two different men? And how would she even begin to untangle herself from the sticky web of confusion and unexplored emotions?


3. The Last Letter from Your Lover

By Jojo Moyes

This is a spicy read, whose motion picture is slated to be released late 2020, starring Felicity Jones, Shailene Woodley, Ncuti Gatwa, among others. The story is riveted ar