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Romance Books (and More) for Every Extroverted Myers-Briggs Type

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Laura Melgão

Staff Writer

Laura Melgão is a 27-year-old woman who still reads - and loves! - YA books. Feminist, sensible and an introvert by nature, she found an escape in books soon after she learned how to read. One of her recently found aims is to write to others about literature - simply what makes her world go round.

Following my YA book recommendations for all extroverts, this time let’s talk about romance. Here are 8 romance books for every Extroverted Myers-Briggs Type.

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ESTP (Extraversion + Sensing + Thinking + Perceiving): The Entrepreneur Personality

Until We Collide by Charlotte FallowfieldUntil We Collide by Charlotte Fallowfield

Paige Taylor has been in love with Alec Wright since forever. However, despite their chemistry, their timing is just wrong. Approaching her 30th birthday, Paige starts to despair about finding her happy ending. Her life is just a series of unfortunate – and quite hilarious – events, a perfect combination for ESTPs. They’re all about drama, passion, and pleasure, and Paige’s life is full of it.

ESFP (Extraversion + Sensing + Feeling + Perceiving): The Entertainer Personality

Rock Chick by Kristen AshleyRock Chick by Kristen Ashley

The Entertainer Personality needs just that – to be constantly entertained. ESFPs get bored easily, and if getting excitement means risky behavior, then so be it. That’s why they will relate to Indy Savage, a cop’s daughter and a rock chick who can’t stay put when told to. She has been in love with Lee Nightingale since she was 5, but she never got his attention. When one of her employees loses a bag of diamonds and the bad guys show up, shooting him, Indy gets involved. That’s when Lee is forced to help – now that he’s shown interest in her for the first time.

ENFP (Extraversion + Intuition + Feeling + Perceiving): The Campaigner Personality

A Princess in theory coverA Princess in Theory by Alyssa Cole

ENTPs are charming, independent, energetic, and compassionate. Since they enjoy the social and emotional connections they make with others, A Princess in Theory is a good choice. Naledi is a graduate student between multiple jobs in New York. She was an orphan from a young age and doesn’t know much about her background and roots. When she starts receiving emails saying she’s betrothed to an African prince, she doesn’t even believe it and deletes them. Prince Thabiso is the sole heir to the throne of Thesolo, and when he meets Naledi and she mistakes him for another person, he goes with it. The only thing is Thabiso knows about Naledi’s lineage, and she has no idea…A heartwarming and captivating read!

ENTP (Extraversion + Intuition + Thinking + Perceiving): The Debater Personality

All About Love: New Visions by bell hooksAll About Love: New Visions by bell hooks

ENTPs like to question everything and debate ideas to the point of exhaustion. In All About Love: New Visions, the author offers radical new ways to think about love. It is a nonfiction book, but it sure will make you question a lot of things on love and give you a whole new deal of wisdom – just how Debaters like it.

ESTJ (Extraversion + Sensing + Thinking + Judging): The Executive Personality

How she Likes ItHow She Likes It by Carla de Guzman

Executives love creating order and organizing things. Just like Isabel Alfonso, a control freak who owns a cosmetics company and is given the chance of becoming the CEO of her family’s business – at the same time. That’s when she realizes she may need a little help and hires Adam Sevilla for her personal assistant. A great romance for all ESTJs who follow the order and like being in charge.

ESFJ (Extraversion + Sensing + Feeling + Judging): The Consul Personality

Catching Jordan by Miranda KenneallyCatching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally

ESFJs are your cheerleaders and quarterbacks, thriving in the spotlight and leading their teams towards victory and fame. This book is set in high school, and in a football team at that. Jordan Woods is the captain and quarterback of her all-hot-guys team. Yes, she is the only girl in this football team, but all her teammates see her as just one of the boys. Jordan is fine with that, but everything changes when Ty Green moves to that school…

ENFJ (Extraversion + Intuition + Feeling + Judging): The Protagonist Personality

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë

Protagonists are firm believers of the people, radiating authenticity, concern, and altruism. If something needs to be said, they are the first ones unafraid to stand up and speak up. Jane Eyre is that kind of heroine. With a strong moral compass, she stands her ground even when it is the hardest thing she has to do. Her love for Mr. Rochester goes beyond obstacles in a classic romance we all love.

ENTJ (Extraversion + Intuition + Thinking + Judging): The Commander Personality

cover of Never Judge a Lady By Her Cover by Sarah MacLeanNever Judge a Lady by Her Cover by Sarah MacLean

Commanders project authority in order to draw crowds. Never Judge a Lady by Her Cover tells the story of Lady Georgiana, sister of a Duke and ruined by a scandal. But by night, she is Chase, the unknown founder of the city’s most legendary gaming hell. ENTJs use their determination and drive to achieve whatever end they have set for themselves, just like Lady Georgiana with her double identity. Chase is feared by many and created an illegal empire within London’s darkest corners. However, her secret is about to be discovered by Duncan West, a journalist who gets intrigued by this ruined woman who is somehow connected to a world of darkness and sin.