Can’t wait for the movie version of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. Check out some of these books (or another one of Jenny Han‘s)!

Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli

Simon isn’t openly gay at school, but when an email he’s been sending Blue (not his real name) falls into the wrong hands (class clown Martin) he finds himself actually being blackmailed into playing the part of wingman.

 

Audrey, Wait! by Robin Benway

What happens when your ex-boyfriend names a song after you and that song becomes a hit.

 

 

Tell Me Three Things by Julie Buxbaum (full review)

When Jessie’s father suddenly gets married she’s transplanted from Chicago to LA with a stepbrother who barely acknowledges her and an emotionally absent father the only friend she has at her new school is Somebody Nobody, at least that’s what his screen name is.

 

Fifteenth Summer by Michelle Dalton

Chelsea’s family spends their summers at the lake, but this year she’s less than thrilled about it; until she notices the town’s new bookstore and the boy who works there.

 

 

The Moon and More by Sarah Dessen

Emaline and her boyfriend have been together forever (or at least all of high school) in their small beach town and Emaline is perfectly happy with her life there. But then outsider Theo shows up in town for the summer and has her questioning what she really wants.

 

The Lonely Hearts Club by Elizabeth Eulberg

Penny is done with dating and soon she finds others fed up with it to. So of course, after forming a club to swear it, off there’s a boy she kind of wants to like.

 

 

The Year My Sister Got Lucky by Aimee Friedman

After being transplanted from New York City to small town Fir Lake Katie is miserable, but her sister Michaela is having the time of her life…

 

 

The Key to the Golden Firebird by Maureen Johnson

Three sisters struggle to cope with their father’s death, with his old Pontiac Firebird to help them along the way.

 

 

Shuffle, Repeat by Jen Klein

Oliver and June have very different approaches to senior year of high school, but now, because of an arrangement their moms made, June is stuck being driven to school by Oliver every day….

 

The Boyfriend List by E. Lockhart

Ruby likes to make lists and now she (and her shrink) are using them to figure her out.

 

 

I’m Not Your Manic Pixie Dream  Girl by Gretchen McNeil

Beatrice’s forte is math, so when she creates a formula for senior year things are looking up for her and her two best friends. But then her boyfriend dumps her and she uses the formula to become Trixie, the quintessential manic pixie dream girl, and plans start to go off the rails.

 

Peace, Love & Baby Ducks by Lauren Myracle

Carly is trying to be “real” in a world of fakeness and has always counted on her younger sister, Anna, to be on her side. Anna however, seems to have blossomed over night and has left Carly behind for a new crowd of friends.

 

Anna and the French Kiss  by Stephanie Perkins

Anna has been sent off to boarding school in Paris for her senior year of high school. Not thrilled at the prospect of making new friends in a country where she doesn’t speak the language, but slowly she starts to make friends and she can’t get enough of Étienne St. Clair, who, of course, has a girlfriend.

Hello, Goodbye and Everything in Between by Jennifer E. Smith

Clare and Aidan are leaving for college tomorrow and on their last night they need to figure out whether to stay together or break-up, and it will lead them more places than they expected.

 

Six Impossible Things by Fiona Wood

Things are not going well for Dan. Starting off at a new school with divorced parents and a recently out gay father have been less than ideal, to put it mildly. But his new house does include the cute girl next door, who he can’t help but develop a crush on.

 

 

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