Haha! This made me laugh
Well, by the sounds of it you're a little bit like me in the way you'd like something a little more in depth than Twilight-esque reads! Any Victorian literature is excellent to make you think harder and use your brain cells
and you have anything from pastoral to romance to adventure!
For adventure I recommend anything by Robert Louis Stephenson and Bram Stoker's Dracula, and for romance anything by the Brontes, Elizabeth Gaskell, George Elliot, Emile Zola (although he is a French writer and focuses more on workers' rights in France). They are all amazing books
If you don't want books with too many multi-clausal sentences, I recommend "The Collector" by John Fowles, which is about a girl who is kidnapped by a deranged man who just wants her to return his love. Also, "Lolita" is always good!!! If you like books that challenge the 'rights and wrongs' of love. I couldn't put that book down.
'Birdsong' is also brilliant, obviously. 'Diary of an Ordinary Woman' by Margaret Forster is also brilliant, and resembles the Diary of Anne Frank
Hope you find some good books and get out of your slump!