Romance Books to Read Based on Your Relationship Status
By now you've read the To All The Boys I've Loved Before books—so what's next? The issue with finishing an amazing book or series is finding your next obsession.
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Here at Sweety High, we scoured our book shelves and Kindles in search of our fave romance novels. We've divvied them up based on whatever relationship status you may be in—get to reading!
If you're single:
The Moon and More by Sarah Dessen: $10.99
If you haven't read a book by Sarah Dessen, we seriously question how you've survived school. Dessen explores young relationships and the journey to self-discovery in this particular title. Centering on the life of Emaline, the story follows her journey one summer and all that she endures. She meets a boy who turns her world upside down—but he's totally not her type—at all. From revelations to blossoming relationships, Emaline has one crazy summer.
If you were just dumped:
Always Never Yours by Emily Wibberley: $9.99
For the girl who always gets dumped, just to find out her ex met the love of his life, Megan has it pretty rough. And this hasn't just happened once, but multiple times. In this book by Emily Wibberley, the author explores the life of Megan post-breakup with her latest partner. Stepping outside of her comfort zone, she takes a chance on love, this time, hoping it will end in a different result.
If you have a crush on someone:
Royals by Rachel Hawkins: $14.28
This series is a great fit for someone who likes delving into a character's life and following their journey. The first book follows Daisy, the younger sister of the prince of Scotland's fiancée. Being thrust into the spotlight, Daisy is eventually forced to move across the pond and learn the ways of the royals. The prince's younger brother teaches her all things royalty, all the while bringing trouble with him wherever he goes.
If you've been dating for a few months:
The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han: $11.20
From the author of To All The Boys I've Loved Before comes another young-love romance series. We could not put down our copies of The Summer I Turned Pretty, further proof that Jenny Han is a master at pulling at our heartstrings. The story follows a young girl, Belly, and what transpires at her beach house one summer. She once looked at her neighbors as brother-like figures she had a secret crush on, but this summer, they notice her in a different light.
If you've been together for a long time:
Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins: $12.80
If you've ever dreamed of a whirlwind romance, this book by Stephanie Perkins is right up your alley. Anna, the main character, is forced to go to boarding school in Paris for her senior year of high school. While most young girls would be thrilled at the opportunity of living in Europe, Anna was upset to be leaving behind her crush. But in Paris, she meets someone new, and things take a turn.
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