5 Books You Can Read When You’re a Hopeless Romantic

5 Books You Can Read When You’re a Hopeless Romantic

As much as we love watching romance films, there’s nothing more kilig than imagining yourself with a boy-next-door fictional character. Get your feet swept with 5 teen fiction books that will make your heart flutter into a romantic butterfly.

Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell

If you’re a big sucker for first love and quirky 16 year olds, this book is the perfect read for you! Find yourself into the perspective of Eleanor and Park as they experience their first love with comic books and indie music.

Once and For All by Sarah Dessen

As a daughter of a famous wedding event organizer, Louna is having a hard time dealing with the romance floating around her life. When a tragedy happens in her life, she’s known to be tough and cynical. Until she meets Ambrose, the arrogant and conceited, brother of the bride. Will she step away from his annoying yet charming smile or will her heart be open for love again?

First  and Then by Emma Mills

Devon is satisfied with her life. Watching the football game at night, crushing on her best friend, Cas, and ignoring the fact that she’s graduating high school. But life isn’t about staying still and being contented. When her cousin, Foster, enters her life, she’s not at ease. Especially when quarterback hottie, Ezra enters the picture as well. Will she balance her old and new life or just live life fully?

Love, Lucas by Chantele Sedgwick

When Oakley’s older brother Lucas died, her life comes tumbling down. As she spends her summer at her aunt’s house, she reads the journal Lucas left for her. With a broken heart, Oakley stumbles upon Carson, the surf hunk at the beach. Will he help her create a summer that will last forever or a summer that will leave her broken for years?

This Heart of Mine by C.C. Hunter

Leah Mackenzie is heartless. Literally. With an artificial heart and rare blood type,  she’s not equipped to handle big emotions. Suddenly, a heart is available for her. She’ll be able to go back to school and live a normal life again. But the donated heart is from someone close to her. Is she willing to grasp the idea of having a human heart and break Matt’s heart, her long time high school crush or let herself die with backpack that helps keep alive?

 

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