Trope Tuesday: Marriage of Convenience

It is Trope Tuesday Link-Up! This week we are discussing Marriage of Convenience. As a reminder each week there will be a trope for you to use as inspiration, find the trope list here. All post types are welcome: lists, book reviews, anything really, feel free to make it your own. Please link back to All the Books and Chocolate in your own post so that others know where to find more information. You can find the link-up link at the bottom of the page.

Marriage of Convenience

Marriage of Convenience is often found in historical romance, but not all of the time. Usually, it is a mutually beneficial agreement, with both parties profiting from the marriage.

As I mentioned usually you find this trope in historical fiction, but it is also in contemporary fiction and even YA. Below is a list of some of my favorite books with the marriage of convenience trope.

Devil in Winter
Devil in Winter

Devil in Winter is one of my favorite historical romance books. I love Evie and Sebastian and their story!

The Kiss Thief
The Kiss Thief

If you like dark romance, then I recommend The Kiss Thief. It was my first LJ Shen book and still one of my favorites.

Serpent & Dove
Serpent & Dove by Shelby Mahurin

If you are a YA lover then Serpent & Dove is a great book to check iut if you wan to read a Marriage of Convenience book. Reid and Lou and hilarous and the fantasy elements are wonderful!

The Bride Test
the bride test by helen hoang

If you like rom-coms then I highly recommend The Bride Test! It was one of my favorite books of 2019, and the marriage of convenience was a nice element to this book.

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