Best Books That Are Related To Narcissism

Do you want to learn more about narcissism?

Then you are reading the right post about superiority and an attention seeking narc! Simply Put: Narcissism is defined by a lack of empathy for others, an exaggerated sense of self-importance, a strong desire for admiration, and a persistent desire for control, that constantly grows for more and are related to narcissism. 

Individuals who exhibit narcissism or are diagnosed with narcissistic personality disorder frequently manipulate or exploit those around them to the point were cutting ties or removing oneself from the relationship may be the only healthy solution.

According to M. L. Stark, the author of Burning Desire & Burning Desire Fates, believes and being victim of extreme narcissism, while having a narcissistic partner or ex can have long-term consequences. His arrogance was horrible. Nevertheless, understanding and moving on is possible despite having lived in such superiority with an attention seeking man.

This blog will not discuss an exhaustive list of narcissistic books, but these books are the ones that will help you the most in learning about the subject and better understanding narcissistic people and their impact on others with their self-importance behaviour.

These great books can get you to understand narcissism and will hopefully give you the attention to prepare, support, and heal you towards betterment—if anyhow you are stuck in a similarly complex situation.

Prepare yourself to grasp more about narcissism.

Despite being fictitious, Burning Desire & Burning Desire Fades: The Psychopath and the Girl in Black Prada Shoes will prepare you to grasp more about narcissism. It will discuss the life of Mary, a well-established female whose life is no less than a terrifying jumble.

Trapped in the cobweb
Trapped in the cobweb

However, she might not know what is in the wind. She couldn’t see what was hiding behind Drake Lucifer Bates’ dark cloak when he was flirting with her inappropriately; he was a doctor, and she was his patient. Unintentionally, Mary becomes entangled in Drake’s venomous spider web when his enormous intellect and glimmering charm won her compassion.

Something vastly magical occurs all around him; she then embarks on a passionate love affair. Will she be able to understand his intentions before it is too late? Will Mary escape the dark prison of his self-centeredness, abuse and her misery in time? Only by reading the book it will land you on a conclusion!

Check out this review that convinced us to include this masterpiece on the list:

“The story has been so emotionally and effectively penned down; you will feel pity for Mary. I really felt very connected to her, I was feeling her pain. The story depicts how a single decision can have leave such an impact in one’s life. This was an eye-opening, inspiring read.”

Disarming the Narcissist

If you have a narcissist in your life, whether they are a friend, coworker, or loved one, you realize that ignoring them is not an option. Typically, you must communicate with them or cut them off. However, if you want to keep this person in your life, you must learn new strategies.

And these decent books will hopefully help you do the same by showcasing how to use your innate strengths—compassion, empathy, and communication—to relate and converse with someone with a narcissist disorder. You will gain a better understanding of how they perceive the world and how to anticipate or avoid certain behaviors. Most importantly, you will learn to set boundaries and distinguish between acceptable and unacceptable behavior.


Dive into the life of Octavia, an arrogant, narcissistic young heiress who believes she deserves the best of everything. But one day, when she meets her friend’s fiancé Gareth, she has no doubts about seducing him.

However, Gareth has other ideas. He decides to teach Octavia that she cannot play with other people’s lives anymore without paying the price. Grew up on the wrong side of town and is now a self-made millionaire–Gareth surely knows how to turn the tables.

This good story, full of wit and humor depicts Octavia’s transformation as she falls from riches to rags, falls in love for the first time in her life, and begins to care more about others than herself. Although the heroine may appear unlikeable initially, the author does an excellent job describing her journey.

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