Best book to gift your crush
14 Books to Give As Valentine's Day Gifts This YearThis is a sensual, gripping and intensely intimate book that digs deep into the swell of emotions that come with first love — fear, obsession, desire, hope — and offers an irresistible invitation to step inside the haze and sunshine of an Italy summer. Americanah is an epic love story that spans three continents and numerous lives. When teenagers Ifemelu and Obinze first fall in love, their home, Nigeria, is under military dictatorship and people are fleeing for their lives. While Ifemelu manages to depart for America, Obinze is instead plunged into a dangerous, undocumented life in London. When Bill Hayes arrived in New York City in , he was 48, grieving the death of his partner and only had the vaguest idea of what to do next. And he unexpectedly fell in love again — with his friend and neighbor, the writer and neurologist Oliver Sacks, whose exuberance is captured in funny and touching vignettes throughout the book. This memoir will heal and break your heart at the same time.
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Forget pick-up lines. Give your crush a book. Way more endearing than: Accidentally liking an Instagram photo while you're stalk-scrolling through his feed. More likely to win his heart than: Getting drunk at a holiday party and spilling your feelings everywhere, like wine down your shirt. More likely to charm him than: Having your friend ask his friend what he thinks about you. More likely to get you a date this Friday than: Demanding an explanation for why a girl isn't responding to your text messages.
Sure, Valentine's Day can be awful. There's the endless barrage of pictures on social media — no matter where you turn, you're bombarded by Instagrams of flowers and date nights. If you're not in the spirit, it can be rough. Me, however? I say whatever.