Young adult romance novels are always interesting and fascinating to read. It frequently features enemies-to-lovers and friends-to-lovers tropes, and the action frequently takes place at school or during the summer. Some must-read books are:
The Fault in Our Stars
John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars is arguably the best standalone book. It was first published in 2012. Hazel has been nothing other than a terminal, with her final chapter having been inscribed at diagnosis, despite the medical miracle of tumor-shrinking that has spared her a few years. But Hazel’s tale is about to become completely changed when a handsome named Augustus Waters shows up at Cancer Kid Support Group out of nowhere. The Fault in Our Stars is witty, audacious, outrageous, and raw. The hilarious, exhilarating, and tragic aspects of just being lively and in love are masterfully explored.
Love & Gelato
In this grand debut book by Jenna Evans Welch, summer in Italy becomes a road journey across Tuscany and is full of romance, intrigue, and adventure. The novel Love & Gelato was published in the year 2017. In lieu of traveling to Rome to carry out her mother’s final wish, Lina, a recent high school graduate, would prefer to spend her summer getting ready for college. She finds herself involved in new experiences once she makes the decision to leave.
The Sun Is Also a Star
A brilliant portrayal of humanity and the roles that love, fortune, opportunity, and destiny play including how our world develops around us can be found in Nicola Yoon’s The Sun Is Also a Star. It was first published in 2019. Natasha and David are two teens who are being followed in Sun during a time in their life when their actions are more important, their futures are unknown, and it seems as though everyone else is in control of their destiny but them. The day-long plot of the novel, which is set on the bustling New York City streets is told in an original way using different points of view. Nicola Yoon connects many stories to demonstrate how important the outside world is—even when it comes to our own tale.
My Life Next Door
The first book in Huntley Fitzpatrick’s “Stony Bay” series is titled My Life Next Door. It was published in the year 2013. It centers on a summer romance between Samantha Reed and Jase Garrett, two teenage neighbors. They maintain their love and relationship secretly as a result of coming from extremely diverse social and ethnic backgrounds and Samantha’s mother forbids her from interacting with Jase’s family. The fundamental idea of the novel is that real love will overcome all challenges. Samantha and Jase run into a number of issues. They conquered several obstacles as a group. Their concern for one another much aided.