- focus on celebrities
- hip, sassy, glamorous, and sometimes snobby
- setting is the world of glamor and celebrity or notoriety
- Wealth and fame
- the heroes are either working for the entertainment industry or are celebrities or rich heirs.
- a lay person falls in love with someone royal or a celebrity
- the main conflict comes from getting used to a new life or from other people trying to separate the couple
- some differences, but not he main conflict, emerge from class-based ideas about the way the world works and differences in personality due to education. It is resolved when one lover decides to abandon his or her "immature" behavior and adopts the other's values to be worthy of love
- Cinderella trope is the most common cross-class love story
Love Unscripted by Tina Reber.
Just the Sexiest Man Alive by Julie James
Too Perfect by Julie Ortolon
Jane by April Lindner
Rock Star Romance Series by Nicky Wells
Suddenly Royal by Nichole Chase
Falling for Hamlet by Michelle Ray
Taking Shots by Toni Aleo
Can you Keep a Secret by Sophie Kinsella
Teen Idol by Meg Cabot (YA)
The Royally Jacked by Niki Burnham (YA)
Once Upon a Marigold by Jean Ferris (YA)
Book of a Thousand Days and The Goose Girl by Shannon Hale (YA)
Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins (YA)
Breathe by Abbi Glines ( YA)
Rock and a Hard Place by Angie Stanton (YA)
Love at First Click by Elizabeth Chandler (YA)
"Win a Date with Tad Hamilton"
"Another Cinderella Story"
"My Date with Dew"
"Princess Protection Program"
"The Prince and Me"
"Maid in Manhattan"