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What masterpiece deserves to be called Colleen Hoover's best romance book? Would that be 'Hopeless', 'Slammed' or is it 'It Ends With Us'? Let's explore!

Is ‘It Ends With Us’ Colleen Hoover’s best romance book yet?

What defines the best book? What are Colleen Hoover’s best books? Considering all the books penned by Colleen Hoover via Goodreads, Amazon, and LibraryThing scores, we’ve ranked some of Hoover’s greatest masterpieces against one another, searching for which books came out on top. The books were ranked based on the greatest scores between the review sites in comparison with all of the other books by the same author. 

Especially if you consider yourself a major fan of Hoover, always remember that lists such as these are fully subjective, not objective. There really isn’t a way we or anyone can dictate a “better” book. Books are like individual human beings – we both have stories and would be nothing without them and we’re different from one another. 

That being said, we still enjoy seeing where titles land on the lists. Plus, if you’re one of the souls who aren’t quite familiar with the author, rankings can help us see which books may be best to begin with. Would it be best to start with It Ends With Us? Let’s explore!

Too Late

When examining the best Colleen Hoover book, Too Late was ranked fourteen on Goodreads, fifteen on Amazon and LibraryThing respectively. 

“Sloan is the best thing to ever happen to Asa. And if you ask Asa, he’d say he’s the best thing to ever happen to Sloan. Despite Sloan’s disapproval of Asa’s sinister lifestyle, he does exactly what he needs to do in order to stay ahead in his business. He also does exactly what he needs to do in order to stay a step ahead of Sloan.”

Never Never

Critics named Never Never one of the best books composed by Colleen Hoover, having ranked twelve on Goodreads, twelve on Amazon, and eleven on LibraryThing. 

“Best friends since they could walk. In love since the age of fourteen. Complete strangers since this morning. He’ll do anything to remember. She’ll do anything to forget.”

Also penned by the author Tarryn Fisher, Never Never tells the story of Charlize and Silas Nash who have been best friends since they were babies. They’d been in love since they were fourteen. Then one morning, all of a sudden, they’re complete strangers to one another. Charlize and Silas must ban together to find out what happened to them and why. 


Slammed ranked at seven on Goodreads, nine on Amazon and LibraryThing. We follow the attractive new neighbor in her early twenties with an interesting passion for slam poetry. After the unexpected death of her father, eighteen-year-old Layken must look out for both her mother and younger brother.

On the surface, she seems forceful and relentless but inside, she’s losing hope. 

“Layken’s father died suddenly, leaving her to gather every ounce of strength to be a pillar for her family, in order to prevent their world from falling apart. Now her life is taking another unexpected turn.”


Calculating the best book by Colleen Hoover meant Hopeless had to be involved. The story ranked four on Goodreads, nine on Amazon, and ten on LibraryThing. 

“Seventeen-year-old Sky meets Dean Holder. A guy with a reputation that rivals her own and an uncanny ability to invoke feelings in her she’s never had before. He terrifies her and captivates her in all the span of just one encounter, and something about the way he makes her feel sparks buried memories from her past that she wishes could just stay buried.”

It Ends With Us

It Ends With Us introduces us to a twenty-three-year-old business graduate named Lily Bloom. She grew up in an abusive family and fell in love with a homeless boy when she was fifteen. Lily, however, has left the past behind and opened her own flower store in Boston. 

Like a few others of Hoover’s titles, It Ends With Us has made its way to the New York Times Bestselling List. And perhaps it’s just her best romance piece yet!

What do you think is the best Colleen Hoover book? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

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