While she finds her life there dull, she soon meets Will, another young cystic fibrosis patient.
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Despite their instant connection, they two of them cannot be close together because of their illness. As they fall for each other, they must come to terms with their feelings and the illness that is keeping them apart. If you missed the groundbreaking movie adaptation, Love, Simon , that came out in , you need to read this poignant book first. Simon Spier is a closeted gay teen, but when a classmate learns his secret and threatens to out him, Simon is forced to make a tough decision about his future. Nicholas Sparks, aka the author who loves making you ugly cry, tells the story about a boy named Landon Carter who falls for the most unlikely teenage outcast: a quiet girl named Jamie Sullivan.
Alice Johnston decides to swear off dating after confessing she's asexual to her girlfriend, only to have her S. Everything's going fine one summer, until she meets Takumi and begins to develop feelings for him.
Desi Lee may be great at the whole school thing, but her dating game needs some serious work. After hunky Luca Drakos waltzes into her life, she decides to use her dad's beloved Korean dramas to help with her love life. Naturally, things don't quite go according to plan.
Growing up, Juli was into Bryce, but he wasn't into her. Together, the two deal with their illnesses while trying to meet the author of Hazel's favorite book in Amsterdam. This book caused quite a controversy when it was first published in , due to its explicit sexual content and references to birth control. They decide to have sex, but will their love last dare we say it?
Macy thinks her summer is going to be super boring while boyfriend Jason is away at camp and she's stuck working a job at the library, but life gets turned upside for her when new opportunities arise. One of those opportunities comes in the form of Wes, an artist with a past. When Claire finally meets an actor named Forest on the show Demon Heart during Comic Con, it's a total dream come true. At least, it is, until Forest laughs off Claire's assertion Forest's character is gay. Considering how Claire's fan fiction involves shipping Forest's character with his male frenemy, this exchange is devastating.
Both Eleanor and Park know first loves rarely ever last, but the year-olds are more than willing to try. The duo form a connection through comic books and '80s music during one school year. Arthur is spending the summer in NYC and meets Ben, carrying a box of his ex-boyfriend's things, at the post office.
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By Margo Rabb. Love, Life, and the List. Sweet contemporary romance about finding yourself. The Love That Split the World. Absorbing romance stars time-traveling smart girl. By Emily Henry. A Million Junes. Romeo and Juliet fantasy romance is lyrical and haunting. The Moon and More. Savvy coming-of-age tale is great for mature teens. By Sarah Dessen. Not Exactly a Love Story. An obscene call sparks an offbeat, heartfelt teen romance. By Audrey Couloumbis. Once and for All. Grieving girl learns to love again in sweet romance. Saint Anything. Sensitive romance digs deep into difficult relationships.
Save the Date. Wedding mishaps fuel funny tale of family, friendship, love. Second Chance Summer. Teen faces dad's death, former crush in beautiful story. The Secret of a Heart Note. Captivating, quirky story about a girl who can "smell" love. By Stacey Lee. Somewhere Only We Know. K-pop star steps out in romantic "Roman Holiday" retelling. By Maurene Goo. Sassy sisters steal the show in well-told romantic read.
By Jenny Han. A Very Large Expanse of Sea. Muslim teen busts stereotypes in bitterly funny school tale. By Tahereh Mafi. Funny memoir of a boy trying to get his first girlfriend. By Josh Sundquist. When Dimple Met Rishi. Opposites begin to attract in sweet arranged-union tale. An Abundance of Katherines. Funny, quirky tale of slacker geeks' road trip to Tennessee. By John Green. Again, but Better. Love gets a second chance in romcom with touch of magic. By Christine Riccio. All the Wind in the World. Gripping romance, touch of magic in futuristic wasteland.
By Samantha Mabry. Along for the Ride. Teen grows beyond dysfunctional family in romantic outing. Another Day. Thought-provoking, inventive teen romance with a twist. By David Levithan. The Book of Broken Hearts. Teen fights for forbidden love in sweet romance. By Sarah Ockler. Calling My Name. Beautiful, honest look at the journey from girl to woman. By Liara Tamani. Intense '80s romance is a fabulous pick for mature teens.
By Rainbow Rowell. Emergency Contact. Sweet, quirky, college romance has lots of sex talk. By Mary H.
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Heartfelt romance about childhood BFFs reunited as teens. By Robin Benway. Every Day. Inventive teen romance blurs notions of gender, reality. Beautiful coming-of-age story about fandom and first love. The Fault in Our Stars. Heartrending love story told by teen dying of cancer. Going Over. Passionate, poetic story of love across the Berlin Wall. By Beth Kephart. Guy in Real Life.
By Steve Brezenoff. He Said She Said. Mature jock-valedictorian romance has social media factor. By Kwame Alexander. Holding Up the Universe. Insightful, inspiring romance full of surprises. By Jennifer Niven. I Believe in a Thing Called Love. Girl uses Korean TV dramas as guide in charming romance. Just in Case. Complex, intense story is OK for mature teens. By Meg Rosoff. The Last True Love Story. Offbeat road trip tale shreds barriers of age, background. By Brendan Kiely.
Lola and the Boy Next Door. Winning romance between quirky neighbors is funny, clever. Love from A to Z.
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North American Muslim teens find romance on Qatar trip. Never Always Sometimes. Best friends veer toward love in sweet, offbeat romance. By Adi Alsaid.
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OCD Love Story. Unique novel about OCD teens in love is disturbing but good. By Corey Ann Haydu. Opposite of Always. Boy tries to stop girl's death in romantic time-travel tale. By Justin A. Ramona Blue. Wry coming-of-ager explores sex orientation, family loyalty. By Julie Murphy. Say What You Will. Compelling misfits, touching romance, mature themes. By Cammie McGovern. Serious Moonlight.
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