Best Alternative POV Books

Published: March 3, 2014

I love reading. I go through books like I go through chocolate. I have read so many books, but my favorite are the ones that I get to get into the mind of both of the characters. These books are my favorite because you get to really know the thoughts behind the actions of the main characters. 

  1. Rule by Jay Crownover

    This is one of those bad-boy falls in love with the nice girl type books. Rule Archer's twin brother, Remy, dies but Shaw, who's their neighbor is still part of the Archer family. The Archer family loves Shaw, except for bad-boy Rule. Shaw, however, won't give up on Rule since she's has been in love with him for years.

    Rule (Marked Men, #1)

  2. Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarry

    I loved this book because it is intense and has well-developed and believable characters.Noah is a hard-core bad boy who's trying desperately to get custody of his younger brothers. Echo, is a sad girl with a troubled past. When their lives collide, they are instantly drawn to eachother and fall in love.

    Pushing the Limits (Pushing the Limits, #1)


  3. The Sea of Tranquility by Katja Millay

    Wow! I stayed up literally all night to finish this book! To sum it up, this book is a rich, intense, and brilliantly written story about a lonely boy and an emotionally fragile girl looking to get revenge. But most of all, I love the message that this book brought--it's never too late to get a second chance. Sea of Tranquility

For all you readers out there, this list is for you. I put my top three all-time favorite books that have the point-of-view of the two main charaters in the story. All the books listed are romantic and they each teach an important life lesson. I hope you enjoy these books as much as I have.