It’s Valentine’s Day and if you haven’t gotten that special gift for your significant other, it’s not too late! Forget the conventional chocolates and teddy bears, the book lover in your life will appreciate something more creative, inspired by the authors and literature they love. Don’t fret, we’ve got you covered. Here’s a list of last minute gifts that will look like you’ve had love on your mind 24/7, 365:
For all those Harry Potter loving couples, this pair of mugs is the ultimate romantic gift.
Sweet and delicious, give the gift of chocolate this year – with a literary twist of course!
One Question a Day for You & Me challenges couples to learn more about each other with thought-provoking questions that are bound to deepen any relationship.
Cards are customary on Valentine’s Day, but this pop-up Game of Thrones themed Weirwood tree takes things to a whole new level.
We can’t imagine anyone who wouldn’t be thrilled to get this graphic print inspired by a quote from Edgar Allen Poe.
There’s nothing better than that musty old book scent, and thankfully with this literary-themed candle, your Valentine can smell it all the time!
For an even-more romantic card option, you can’t go wrong with a heartfelt quote by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Chicken has never looked so sexy. Part parody and part cookbook, Fifty Shades of Chicken is a delicious – and hilarious – take on Fifty Shades of Grey that will keep you laughing (and well-fed).
Remind your Valentine how close books are to their heart with this literary heartbeat tee.
This adorable book allows you to customize each page, letting your Valentine know exactly how and why you love them.
Help your Valentine have the classiest bookshelf around with vase bookends. Bonus points if you provide the fresh flowers!
This collection of poems and journal entries by Kyle Matthew Del Pierro focuses on a year of searching for love, and the joy, heartbreak, and love that comes with it. A thoughtful gift for a Valentine who loves an honest love story.
How cute are these Harry Potter socks? They’re the perfect gift for the Valentine who dreams of going to Hogwarts themselves (and honestly, who doesn’t?).
Pablo Neruda is the master of the love poem, and this print of Sonnet XVII is bound to charm any Valentine.
Jojo Moyes returns to the world of her beloved character Louisa Clark, who readers first fell in love with in the beautifully romantic Me Before You. Fans of Moyes (or any lover of a well-told story) will be thrilled to receive Still Me, the story of Clark’s latest adventure in New York City.
The most iconic quote from Jane Eyre is also the most romantic. Gift it to your Valentine, and they can wear it close to their heart forever.
Sure, love coupons might be a bit of a Valentine’s Day cliche, but this charming book looks way more polished than the ones we usually make out of post-it-notes. Plus it’s customizable!
Any lover of books will be thrilled to try out the literary-themed recipes in A Literary Feast, by Jennifer Barclay.
Get both you and your Valentine in the mood with a steamy rewatch of the movie based on the bestselling book series by EL James.
After all this time? Always. The most romantic quote in Harry Potter is now a bracelet, and the perfect gift for the fantasy lover in your life.
Matt Haig’s novel is fun and romantic, telling the story of an immortal man who falls in love despite all of his best efforts not too.
Strike a fire in your date’s heart with these literary-themed Valentine’s Day matches.
For the Valentine who loves both puns and Parks & Rec, then this pin in a must-buy.
If you have as much trouble as expressing yourself as Mr. Darcy, then why not use his own words this Valentine’s Day? Gift the most restrained of emotions with this original and graphic card.
Called the epic love story of 2017 by Redbook, Jill Santopolo’s The Light We Lost is a romantic and honest tale of love that’s sure to appeal to that special reader in your life.
No one wrote romance quite like Shakespeare, so celebrate his way with words with a minimalistic but heartfelt print.
If you’re having trouble finding your own words this Valentine’s Day, then look to 50 Ways to Say I Love You, a collection of love quotes and sayings that all speak straight from the heart.
Who doesn’t love a good Valentine’s Day pun? For those fun couples who still want to get ‘lit,’ then this is the sweatshirt for you.
Sometimes the best Valentines are your friends, and Kayleen Schaefer captures that celebration of female friendship in her new book, Text Me When You Get Home. A perfect gift for the gal pals in your life!