5 Books With the Word Heart in the Title

Hello everybody! Today, since all my other posts over the past week have been related to Valentine’s Day somehow, I thought I may as well make this one that theme too and talk about books with the word heart in the title (though only one of them is actually a romance book!). Onto the list!


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Instructions for a Second Hand Heart– I read this book around the time of my birthday in 2016 (which feels like FOREVER ago) and so my memory of this isn’t great but I do remember liking it a lot and devouring it under a blanket in just one afternoon because it was SO wonderful. It’s about Johnny, who has just received a heart transplant and Niamh, whose brother has just died and had his organ donated, as they meet and fall in love. I remembering thinking they were a great couple, and I found the concept super interesting.

The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart/The Girl with the Dragon Heart– as you may have guessed from the very similar titles, these two books are part of the same series and I really like both. They are set in the world of Drachenburg and focus on Aventurine (a dragon who is tricked by a food mage and transformed into a human) and Silke, a gifted storyteller who investigates fairies on the orders of the royal family respectively. Both are such good fun, and feel a little like Disney films in book form. I’m looking forward to To the 3rd later this year, which will not have heart in the title.

Fierce Fragile Hearts– this is Sara Barnard’s latest book, and is a follow up to Beautiful Broken Things, focusing on Suzanne from that book as she leaves the care system and returns to Brighton. It’s so beautifully written, the pacing is exceptional and I couldn’t love these characters any more. I want a book about Rosie immediately (even though I know it probably won’t happen, I will never stop hoping)

Cogheart– this is a super fun MG fantasy adventure about a girl named Lily and boy named Robert teaming up to work out who the sinister men stalking Lily are. This is another one I read quite a while ago and my memory is definitely shaky but I remember being super gripped by the mystery for sure, and I LOVE Malkin the mechanical fox- he’s one of the best animal sidekicks ever. I actually really must read the last book of this series, because I’m pretty sure it’s going to be great given that Moonlocket (the second) improved on this.

Only Love Can Break Your Heart– this is another one I read more recently (last month, actually) and really enjoyed. It’s Katherine Webber’s second YA book, and while I have to admit that I didn’t love it quite as much as Wing Jones, I did still like it a LOT. It’s the story of Reiko and Seth, who fall in love and then realise that they aren’t really right for each other. It was a really unusual concept (I def can’t recall reading about a doomed relationship before, anyway?) and it was very well executed. While there are faults on bith sides, I definitely supported Reiko way more (I loved her) and I loved to hate Seth a great deal because he’s kind of the worst! It also has super beautiful writing and an amazing setting, if you needed to be sold on it anymore.

Bonus pick– I haven’t read this yet as it isn’t out so didn’t want to include it on my main list, but I’m very much looking forward to reading the Paper and Hearts Society by Lucy Powrie when it gets released later in the year! I think it’s going to be AMAZING.


What are your favourite books with the word heart in the title? I’d love to hear in the comments!

Amy x

Author: goldenbooksgirl

Disabled book blogger who also writes TV, film, music and other posts from time to time | UKYABA Champion Teen 2018 | Email: goldenbooksgirl@gmail.com | she/her

9 thoughts on “5 Books With the Word Heart in the Title”

  1. I love this – I love how they were from a range of genres, this would be so easy to just fall into the romance trap. The only book I can even think of with heart in the title is β€˜Inkheart’ – I loved that book as a child! Other than that, I’m blank. Great post.

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    1. Thank you so much- I’m really pleased you enjoyed! I definitely wanted to make sure they were from a range of genres so I’m glad you liked that too. I haven’t read Inkheart- I DNF it as a child (long before I knew DNF was a thing πŸ˜‚) and never gave it another try…

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  2. I LOVE any themed kind of posts and I like how creative you are with your posts too – such a great range of books here and I’m not sure if I could come up with as many haha! The only book I can think of much like the previous commenter is Inkheart as well – which I also really loved. Thanks for sharing and bringing some new titles to my attention

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    1. Thank you so much! There may actually be a part two for this because there are quite a few books with this word on my TBR already/out this year. Ironically though, I’ve not read Inkheart πŸ™ˆ. I tried once as a child and got bored halfway through

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