Your cart

Close

Total AUD

Checkout

With the recent release of Twice In A Blue Moon, we thought we would rank all our Christina Lauren favourites.

Let us begin by saying that the team at BwH adore all of Christina Lauren’s books and we highly recommend you read them all, but here is our preferred order!


  • Josh and Hazel Guide to Not Dating - Christina Lauren

    Hazel, a highly eccentric and oh-so-funny woman, is going down as one of our favorite characters of all time. We couldn’t get enough of her and her over the top personality and she was the perfect complement to the laid-back Josh. We recommend this one to readers who like a good laugh and don’t mind some steamy romance!

  • Roomies - Christina Lauren

    This might hold a soft spot in our hearts as this was the first Christina Lauren we read, and they always say you never forget your first. Roomies has humor, sweetness, and a lot of heart. Both Calvin and Holland were wonderful characters and this book was a captivating read! If you love a marriage of convenience troupe – this is for you.

  • Dating You, Hating You - Christina Lauren

    This is an enjoyable office romance with plenty of humor to keep you entertained from cover to cover. After two companies have been merged, the heroine and the hero of this book find themselves competing to keep their job. To make matters worse they are very attracted to each other. Dating You/Hating You had the perfect mix of sexual tension, humor, banter, and steam.

  • The Unhoneymooners - Christina Lauren

    When all but two weddings guests contract food poisoning at a wedding in Minnesota, they help the bride and groom by going on their honeymoon for them. It just so happens that the two guests are the bride's twin sister, Ollie, and the groom’s brother, Ethan. Of course, Ollie and Ethan hate each other. The Unhoneymooners checks off all the boxes: fun quirky plot, hot sexual tension, and of course, plenty of romance.

  • Love and Other Words - Christina Lauren

    Love and Other Words is a second chance love story told in alternating timelines about two people who met and fell in love while growing up and then re-met eleven years later. This book is unlike any of Christina Lauren's works, but sometimes different does not mean it's a bad thing. This book is poignant and unforgettable and will tug on one's heartstrings.

  • My Favourite Half-Night Stand - Christina Lauren

    This is a romance for the modern digital age. In My Favorite Half-Night Stand we meet Millie and her male BFF Reid as they explore the triumphs and pitfalls of friendship and online dating. We loved the style of this book as the narrative is told from Millie and Reid’s POV’s, along with some group text chats and dating app messages. This is a stunning, witty story about friendship and letting yourself go to fall in love.

Related news

loading...

<3 Books with Heart loves Book Lovers Day <3

To celebrate Book Lovers Day on August 9, we asked our Hearties to tell us their favourite read of 2018 so far, and the book they can’t wait to get their hands on next.

loading...

Fiona Palmer on her Australian adaptation of an Austen Classic

Bringing Pride and Prejudice into 21st century Australia? We're here for it!

loading...

A HEARTIES INTERVIEW: The Forgotten Letters of Esther Durrant

Kayte Nunn tells us about her inspiration, research and the writing routine behind her newest book.

loading...

Natasha Lester's Top 5 Winter Fashion Essentials

Natasha Lester shares her 5 winter-ready fashion essentials from another era.

loading...

Where and how was THE HEART OF THE CITY series born?

C.J. Duggan, author of THE HEART OF THE CITY series shares where her series was born.

This website uses cookies. Using this website means you are okay with this but you can find out more and learn how to manage your cookie choices here.Close cookie policy overlay