Which Romance Books Should You Read Based On Your MBTI

Which Romance Books Should You Read Based On Your MBTI ...

The Myers-Briggs Temperament Indicator (MBTI) is a living proof that we are living in a world where not one shoe fits all. It is a personality tracing technique that some individuals believe measures and describes how individuals perceive the world and make decisions. Although it isn't scientifically supported or accepted, it is nonetheless a widely used system of categorizing individuals.

Some people prefer to read romance books than sleep, which is usually a lot for all humans. Others are obsessive about reading self-help or nonfiction books. What is even more surprising is that different MBTI types enjoy different aspects of romance.

ISTJ The Inspector

People with ISTJ personalities are pragmatic and thorough. They are trustworthy and accountable, and they follow all directions. ISTJs are open to change and would not want status quos to change. They will fall in love, but will be hesitant about commitment, according to ISTJ types.

Christina Lauren's Guide to Not Dating, The Cruel Princeby Holly Black, and People We Meet On Vacation by Emily Henry are some of the best recommendations.

ISTP The Crafter

These types of individuals are tolerant and flexible. They quietly observe for a problem to arise and are quick to react on it. They're logic driven and have very little time to explore new activities. Their favorite tropes would be the "badass hero/heroine."

Ella Maise's top recommendations include To Hate Adam Connor, Wait For It by Mariana Zapata, and Punk 57 by Penelope Douglas.

ISFJ The Protector

ISFJs are well-known for their introverted personalities but also for their exceptional social skills. They are loyal and attentive to the people they care for, sometimes even fiercely protective. ISFJs will surely fall in love with the "grumpy sunshine" and "I hate everybody but you."

Ali Hazelwood's Top Recommendations include The Fine Print by Lauren Asher, It Happened One Summer by Tessa Bailey.

ISFP The Artist

ISFP personality types are known to shine in the spotlight due to their ability to express themselves. They like pushing boundaries and changing expectations, but they do not impose their opinions on others. A couple of fantastic book tropes they should try are "beauty and the beast" and "forbidden love."

Colleen Hoover, Sophie Lark, and Penelope Douglas's Birthday Girl are among the top recommendations.

INFJ The Advocate

INFJs are determined individuals who refuse to take things to a surface level and have an uncanny ability to comprehend others. Some tropes they would enjoy are the "opposites attract" and "different social worlds" tropes.

Elle Kennedy's Top Recommendations: The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang, and (Not) Lindsay Maple's Basic Love Story

INFP The Mediator

INFPs, absolute idealists, are usually reserved and introverted. They like being alone and enjoy their own company. Reading is one of their favorite hobbies. Two theories they would absolutely love are "coming of age" and "forced proximity."

Tillie Cole's Thousand Boy Kisses, Mariana Zapata's Roommate, and Rosie Danan's The Roommate are some of the most recommended things.

INTJ The Architect

INTJs are constantly looking for explanations for what is unreported. They are also compassionate and logical, and they are not afraid to admit it to others (or themselves) when they're being stupid. Their preferred tropes would be "hidden identity" and "two-person love triangle."

The Kiss Thief by LJ Shen, Mr Wrong Number by Lynn Painter, and An Offer From a Gentleman by Julia Quinn are among the top recommendations.

INTP The Thinker

INTPs are loners with an uncontrollable appetite for information and are the finest at describing complicated situations in a way that a toddler might understand. Their favorite tropes would be the "enemies to lovers" and "oblivious to love."

Christina Lauren's Unhoneymooners, Elena Armas' Spanish Love Deception, and Under One Roof by Ali Hazelwood are some of the top recommendations.

ESTP The Persuader

ESTPs are spontaneous and risk-taking, guided by a crippling need to connect with others. They are extremely adept at persuading others to do things their way. A few of the tropes they would enjoy are "holiday romance" and "royalty."

Casey McQuiston's Top Recommendations: Red, White, and Royal Blue, by Christina Lauren, and Window Shopping by Tessa Bailey

ESTJ The Director

ESTJs are organized, reliable, and always willing to fight for their beliefs. They are outgoing people who are far more practical than any other personality type. Some of the cliches they would find enjoyable include "sworn off love" and "fake relationships."

Mariana Zapata's Wall Of Winnipeg And Me, Christina Lauren's The Soulmate Equation, and Tessa Bailey's Tools of Engagement are three of the top recommendations.

ESFP The Performer

ESFPs enjoy being spontaneous and are the brightest stars in the spotlight. Some of their favorite tropes would be "everyone can see it" and "sports romances."

Helen Hoang's Bride Test, The Deal by Elle Kennedy, and Sarah Adams' Cheat Sheet are some of the top recommendations.

ESFJ The Caregiver

ESFJs are the most popular kids on the personality spectrum, who are open to community involvement, family values, and harmony. Some tropes they might find enjoyable are the "brother's best friend" and "first love."

Ella Maise's Top Recommendations:To Love Jason Thorn, Jenny Han's The Summer I Turned Pretty, and John Green's The Fault In Our Stars

ENFP The Champion

ENFPs have a high degree of interest and are able to anticipate others' needs in an instant. They have no patience for crossing I's and dotting T's. They like to travel and meet new people. Their favorite tropes are "alpha hero" and "love triangle."

Twisted Lies by Ana Huang, One Day In December by Josie Silver, and Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi are top recommendations.

ENFJ The Giver

ENJFs are individuals who wish they could take more time to read. They are extreme introverts who act as a counterbalance to most social situations. Some tropes they would like include "workplace romances" and "will they don't they?"

Christina Lauren's Top Recommendations:Dating You Hating You, Jenny Holiday's Normal People

ENTP The Debater

ENTPs are individuals who have quick wits and quicker tongues. They enjoy a good debate and are adamant against limitations and rules. ENTPs would like to see some "morally grey hero" and "secret billionaire" trope books.

Ana Huang's Top Recommendations are: The Darkest Temptation by Danielle Lori, and Hollywood Heir by Ruth Cardello.

ENTJ The Commander

ENTJs are born leaders. They excel at analyzing and executing plans, and spend the rest of their time sharpening their tools. Their favorites are "unexpected inheritance" and "marriage of convenience."

Jennifer Lynn Barnes' Inheritance Games, Ella Maise's Marriage For One, and Lauren Asher's Terms and Conditions are some of the best recommendations.