6 novels that will make you seriously want a summer romance
Summertime is here and romance is in the air. Even if you don't have a crush to spend time with, sticking your nose in these six books might help scratch that itch for summer love.
P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han
Lara Jean had no idea she would actually end up falling for Peter. It was just supposed to be pretend, or so she thought. And just as her feelings begin to surface, a familiar face from her past returns along with past feelings for him. Is it possible to be in love with two people at once? A sequel to the New York Times bestseller To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, Lara Jean soon discovers that falling in love is only half the battle.
Trusting You and Other Lies by Nicole Williams
Phoenix dreads that she has to spend her vacation at family summer camp. Even worse, she is forced to train with know-it-all head counselor Callum. Despite his frustrating nature, she inevitably finds herself attracted to Callum. Will he keep his promise to give Phoenix an unforgettable summer, or will he simply lead to *another* disappointment?
My Future Ex- Girlfriend by Jake Gerhardt
What do you do when your crush actually likes you back? Sam, Duke and Chollie struggle to figure out what it means to be new boyfriends all while tackling finals and their quickly-approaching eighth grade graduation. Desperate to keep up their new relationships, this book brings the lols to the first crush experience.
A Million Junes by Emily Henry
For as long as June O’Donnell has been alive, her parents have had one rule: stay away from the Angert family. Unfortunately, June does quite the opposite when she runs into Saul Angert, and their attraction to each other is immediate. As their relationship continues to flourish, secrets are revealed causing June to question everything she ever knew about the ones she loves.
Windfall: Let Luck Find You by Jennifer E. Smith
Both love and luck intertwine in unexpected ways for cynical Alice. She quickly finds that she is developing feelings for her best friend, Teddy. Around the same time (and to Alice's astonishment), Teddy wins 140 million dollars off of a lottery ticket she bought for his 18th birthday. The win quickly changes the course of both of their lives—and not in the ways you'd expect. Open up this read to see how, even amidst chaos, Alice and Teddy attempt to find their way back to each other.
The One Memory of Flora Banks by Emily Barr
At the age of 10, Flora had a brain tumor removed, and it took with it her ability to create new memories. That is until she kisses Drake, her BFF's boyfriend, right before he leaves for Norway. Unexpectedly, even as her memory resets, this one sticks. She forgets everything as usual but their kiss. Flora quickly finds herself traveling to Norway in search of Drake with hopes that being with him again will somehow help make her feel normal. Think she'll find what she's looking for? Check out this read to find out!
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