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September 12, 2022

#1 After

Tessa is a lovely girl who lives at home with a sweet, dependable boyfriend. She has ambition, direction, and a mom who is determined to keep her on track. However, she has hardly settled into her freshman apartment when she encounters Hardin. Hardin is cute and different from what she is used to with his unkempt brown hair, cocky British accent, tattoos, and lip ring.

He is extremely rude, up to the extent of cruelty. Tessa ought to despise Hardin for all of his attitudes. And she does until she discovers that they are both alone in his room. She is drawn to his melancholy demeanor for some reason, and when they kiss, she experiences a passion she has never felt before.

#2 Ugly Love

In the novel Ugly Love, Colleen Hoover – the author opens the story with Tate Collins recognizing that she didn’t fall in love with airline pilot Miles Archer at first sight. Even if they were to consider themselves pals, they wouldn’t. There is no denying that Tate and Miles are attracted to one another. They understand they have the ideal situation once their wishes are made clear. The only option left is sex because he doesn’t want love and she doesn’t have time for love. If Tate can follow the two guidelines Miles has for her, their arrangement might be surprisingly easy.

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#3 It Ends With Us

Sometimes it is the one who loves you who hurts you the most.

Even though Lily hasn’t always found it easy, she’s never let that stop her from striving to live the life she desires. She had graduated from college, relocated to Boston, and launched her own business. She has traveled a long way from the small Maine hamlet where she was raised. So everything in Lily’s life appears almost too beautiful to be true when she gets a spark with a stunning neurosurgeon called Ryle Kincaid.

#4 To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

Lara Jean is the protagonist of the novel To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. Rather than confessing her crushes out loud, Lara Jean wrote letters to each boy, sealed them, and put them in a box beneath her bed. But one day Lara Jean finds that her hidden box of letters has been delivered, and all of her old crushes approach her about them, including Josh, her sister’s ex-boyfriend, and the subject of her first kiss. Lara Jean realizes that something positive might come from these letters after all as she manages to deal with her former loves directly.

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#5 Punk 57

Since the fifth grade, Misha and Ryen have been pen pals. Their unusual names led their teachers to believe that Misha and Ryen were of different sexes. When Ryen and Misha start writing to each other over time, they realize that Ryen is actually a woman and Misha is a man. They became unique people they could open up to and confide in ways they couldn’t with anyone else since they lived in towns next to each other and talked about everything that happened in each other’s life.

They also exchange concepts and lyrics for Misha’s band, though they would also argue frequently. However, they always agreed to keep their correspondence private by refusing to look each other up, text each other, or accept Facebook friend requests that would allow them to see each other’s appearances. They enjoyed how anonymous it was. Up to their senior year of high school, they continue.

#6 Beautiful Disaster

The fresh Good girl Abby Abernathy is. She has the right quantity of cardigans in her wardrobe and doesn’t drink or swear. Abby thinks she has enough distance from her terrible past, but when she and her best friend arrive at college, Eastern University’s Walking One-Night Stand throws a wrench in her plans for a fresh start.

The person Travis Maddox needs to avoid—and wants to avoid—is Travis, who is trim, slim, and covered in tattoos. He spends his days being the perfect college campus charmer and his nights fighting for cash in a floating boxing ring. Travis lures Abby into his life with a simple bet because he finds it intriguing that she rejects his advances. He has to abstain for a month if he loses. If Abby loses, she’ll have to spend the same length of time in Travis’s residence. Travis is unaware that he has faced his match in each case.

#7 Walking Disaster

How much love is too much? Before his mother passed away, Travis Maddox learned to love deeply. Fight more ferociously. Finally, the eagerly awaited sequel to Beautiful Disaster, a New York Times bestseller. Can someone be loved too much? Before his mother passed away, Travis Maddox learned to love deeply. Fight more ferociously.

In Walking Disaster, Travis leads a violent life filled with fast women and illegal gambling. However, Abby Abernathy pulls him to his knees just when he believes he is unstoppable. Each narrative has two sides. Abby spoke in Beautiful Disaster. It’s time to view the narrative from Travis’ perspective now.

#8 If I Stay

Everything changes in the blink of an eye. Mia, who is now seventeen, has no recollection of the disaster; all she can recall is what happened later when she saw her own wounded body being removed from the wreck. She labors to piece everything together, to understand what she has gained, what she has sacrificed, and the extremely difficult decision she must make. This will alter how you view life, love, and family because it is so exquisitely beautiful and heartbreaking. Mia’s narrative will stick with you for a very, very long time. It is now a big-budget movie starring Chloe Grace Moretz.

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#9 The Summer I Turned Pretty

Belly counts the summers throughout her life. Between June and August, everything wonderful and amazing takes place. Winters serve as nothing more than a season for counting down the days until the upcoming summer. They are a period spent away from Susannah, the beach house, and, most significantly, Jeremiah and Conrad. They are the same male’s Belly has known since the summer she spent in grade school; they have been her crushes, her brother figures, and everything between. But after one particularly awful and amazing summer, everything eventually turns out just as it should have all along.

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#10 5 Feet Apart

In this heartwarming tale, two teenagers fall in love with the exception of a small danger that prevents them from being within five feet of one another. Stella Grant prefers to be in charge, despite the fact that she has spent the majority of her life in and out of the hospital due to her completely uncontrollable lungs. At this point, Stella needs to exert the most control over maintaining herself away from anybody that could spread infection and put her chances of receiving a lung transplant in jeopardy. Six Feet Apart is without exception.

Will Newman just wants to have control over one thing: leaving this institution. He gave neither his medical treatments nor a glitzy new clinical medication study a second thought. He will soon turn eighteen, at which point he will be able to unplug all of these devices and travel outside of hospitals.

#11 Fifty Shades Freed

The first time the unworldly student Anastasia Steele met the ambitious and gorgeous young businessman Christian Grey, a sensuous relationship was born that would forever alter both of their lives. Ana requests a stronger commitment after being shocked, intrigued, and eventually repulsed by Christian’s peculiar sexual preferences. Christian, who is committed to keeping her, consents.

The future is now filled with love, passion, intimacy, prosperity, and endless possibilities for Ana and Christian. But Ana is aware that caring for Fifty Shades will not be simple and that sharing a relationship will present difficulties that neither of them could have predicted. Ana needs to find a way to adopt Christian’s lavish lifestyle without losing her sense of self. Christian must also fight the ghosts of his troubled past while overcoming his urge to manipulate others. When it seems as though their combined strength will overcome any difficulty, bad luck, evil, and fate work together to bring Ana’s worst nightmares to pass.

#12 Bully

Tate is my name. But he doesn’t refer to me in that way. If he ever referred to me, he would never do it casually. No, he won’t even talk to me much. He still won’t let me be alone though. Once, we were best friends. Then he turned against me and set out to destroy my life. Throughout high school, I endured humiliation, exclusion, and rumors. As time went on, his jokes and gossip grew crueler, and I felt terrible trying to avoid him. To avoid him, I even spent a year in France.

However, I’m no longer running from him, and there is no chance in hell that I’ll let him sabotage my senior year. Though he may not have changed, I have. It’s time to respond in kind. I won’t put up with his bullying any longer. This book involves mature/adult situations involving young adults. Due to profanity, violence, and sexual situations, only people over the age of 18 should watch it.

#13 The Love Hypothesis

Ali Hazelwood’s romance book, The Love Hypothesis, will be available on Berkley Books’ website on September 14, 2021. Olive Smith, a third-year Ph.D. student, doesn’t think long-lasting love relationships exist, but her best friend believes so, which is how she ended up in this predicament. It was always going to require more than just hand-wavy Jedi mind tricks to persuade Anh that Olive is dating and is well on her way to a happily ever after.

Scientists need evidence. Olive panics as a result and kisses the first man she sees, just like any self-respecting biologist. Adam Carlsen, a hotshot young professor, and notorious ass is the one and only. Because of this, Olive is delightfully shocked when Stanford’s top lab tyrant offers to be her pretend lover and keep Olive’s farce a secret.


#14 Books Like Book Lovers

One season, rivals in form of two, and a storyline turn they weren’t expecting. The only thing Nora Stephens has ever done in her life is read books, therefore she is not the typical heroine. Not the strong-willed woman, not the carefree dream girl, and certainly not the sweetheart. In reality, the only people who view Nora as a hero are her clients—for whom she secures sizable deals in her role as a ruthless literary agent—and her cherished little sister Libby.

So when Libby encourages her to take a sisters’ trip away, she decides to go to Sunshine Falls, North Carolina for the entire month of August. She has images of Nora going through a small-town makeover because she is certain that Nora needs to become the protagonist of her own tale. Nora, however, continues running into Charlie Lastra, a bookish, brooding editor from back in the city, instead of going on picnics in the meadows or running into gorgeous rural doctors or bulging-forearm bartenders. If they had never met before and it hadn’t been cute, it would be a meet-cute.

#15 Books Like Twisted Love

Alex Volkov is a fiend with an angel’s face who is also imprisoned by his history. His merciless ambitions of achievement and retribution, motivated by a tragedy that has plagued him for most of his life, leave little place for issues of the heart. But as he is made to take care of his closest friend’s sister, he begins to experience a strange sensation in his chest: A split. A melt. A fire that might destroy everything he knew.

Free-spirited Ava Chen is imprisoned by nightmares of an unremembered childhood. Nevertheless, she has never ceased appreciating the beauty in the world despite her troubled past including the warm heart that beats beneath a man’s cold exterior.

#16 Books Like Every Summer After

The adage “you can never go home again” has felt all too true for Persephone Fraser ever since she committed the biggest error of her life ten years ago. She no longer spends her summers in the same glittering fashion as she did as a child, but rather in a chic apartment in the city, hanging out with friends and keeping everyone at a respectable distance from her heart.

Before getting the call that forces her to return to Barry’s Bay and into Sam Florek’s orbit—the man she never imagined she’d have to live without. Percy and Sam had been inseparable for six summers, spending hazy afternoons on the sea, hot summer evenings working in his family’s restaurant, and cuddling up with books—medical textbooks for him and unfinished horror short tales for her. This friendship eventually developed into something breathtakingly more before it abruptly broke down.

#17 Books Like All Your Perfects

A struggling marriage and the one forgotten pledge that might be able to salvage it are the subjects of Colleen Hoover’s masterful new book. Quinn and Graham’s flawless relationship is jeopardized by their shoddy marriage. They are currently being torn apart by the memories, errors, and secrets that have accumulated over the years. The one thing that might be able to save them may also be the thing that breaks their marriage beyond repair.

In the thought-provoking book All Your Perfects, a broken couple’s future depends on past promises. Can a tremendous love with a perfect beginning endure a lifetime between two imperfect people? is the heartrending question posed in this page-turner?

#18 We’ll Always Have Summer

Two years have passed when Conrad advised Belly to follow Jeremiah. Since then, she and Jeremiah have been close and even attend the same university. However, their relationship hasn’t quite turned out the way Belly had anticipated it would. Additionally, Belly is forced to reevaluate what she believed to be true love when Jeremiah commits the biggest error a boy could possibly do. Has she actually decided to stay with Jeremiah? Has she ever moved on from Conrad? The belly needs to make a final decision on who will always have her heart.

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#19 Credence

Tiernan de Haas is no longer concerned with anything. She was raised with wealth and privilege but no affection or direction as the sole child of a film mogul and his famous wife. Being sent to boarding schools from a young age made it impossible for her to get away from the isolation and build a life for herself. She was constantly dogged by the fame of her parents.

And she understands she should be grieved when they pass away unexpectedly. Has anything actually changed, though? She hasn’t ever been alone, has she? Tiernan, who is still two months away from becoming 18, is placed under the guardianship of Jake Van der Berg, her father’s stepbrother and the only living family she has

#20 The Spanish Love Deception

The Spanish Love Deception is a classic romantic ruse that starts out as “let’s pretend to date for some reason” and ends up as “we inadvertently fell in love.” Additionally, there are several “enemies to lovers” and spice sequences in there (which were good but not the best tbh). This is the one thing that I can think of that sets “The Spanish Love Deception” apart from other contemporary romances I’ve read. It also makes an attempt to critique sexism and roles that people presume are “for women,” which I thought was intriguing.

If you’re interested in the plot, it concerns a female who serves as the chief of staff for a firm and a hot guy who persistently pursues her despite their mutual animosity (so original). Then, since she doesn’t really want her family to learn that she is single and has some conflict with her ex-boyfriend, they have to act like they are dating. You probably have an idea of what occurs next.


#21 It Happened One Summer

Because of Piper Bellinger’s status as a wild child and her influence in the fashion world, the paparazzi follow her everywhere she goes. When Piper ends up in jail after drinking too much champagne and throwing an unruly rooftop party, her stepfather thinks enough is enough. He then interrupts her and assigns Piper and her sister the duties of managing their late father’s dive bar in Washington while he is gone.

Piper meets large, bearded sea captain Brendan who believes she won’t survive a week outside of Beverly Hills before she has even been in Westport for five minutes. Even if Piper struggles with math and gets hives at the thought of sleeping in a run-down apartment with bunk beds, so what? Just how horrible could it be? She’s determined to prove that she’s more than just a lovely face to her stepfather and the hot, gruff local.

#22 Unhoneymooners

Olive always has bad luck—in her job, in her relationships, in, uh, everything. On the other side, her identical twin sister Ami is most likely the most fortunate person in the world. She met her fiancé in a scene straight out of a romantic comedy, and she was able to win enough online competitions to pay for her entire wedding (double gag). The worst part is that Olive must spend the day with Ethan, her sworn adversary who also happens to be the greatest man.

Before she can go back to her cozy, unlucky existence, Olive must through 24hrs of wedding misery. Olive and Ethan are the only ones unaffected when the whole wedding party contracts food sickness after consuming contaminated mussels. And right now, a free honeymoon in Hawaii is up for grabs.

#23 The Selection

The Selection is the opportunity of their lives for 35 girls – the chance to leave the life that has been predetermined for them since birth, to get sucked into a world filled with costly diamonds and glistening garments, and to contend for the affection of charming Prince Maxon while residing in a palace.

But being chosen is a nightmare for America Singer. It entails her abandoning her covert romance with Aspen, a member of a lower caste. leaving her home to participate in a challenging contest for a crown she doesn’t desire. residing in a palace that is frequently attacked by vicious rebels. Then Prince Maxon encounters America. She gradually begins to doubt all of her expectations for herself and discovers that the life she’s constantly envisaged might not be as fulfilling as the future she could never have imagined.

#24 Books Like Things We Never Got Over

Naomi wasn’t merely evading her wedding. In Knockemout, Virginia, a rough-around-the-edges community where conflicts are settled the old-fashioned way—with fists and beer—she was riding to the rescue of her estranged twin. In most cases, in that order.

Unfortunately for Naomi, her evil doppelganger has not at all changed. Tina leaves Naomi with something unexpected after taking Naomi’s car and money. Naomi was unaware of the niece she had. With an 11-year-old who is approaching 30 to care for, she is now stranded in the city without a car, a job, a plan, or a place to call home.