Showing 1–50 of 115 books

  • Genre: Romance
  • 24 Girls In 7 Days

    Jack has a week to find a prom date.
  • Accidental Love

    She's a feisty Latina; he's a shy nerd- they're a match made in geek heaven.
  • Also Known As

    Growing up a spy didn't prepare Maggie for her first solo mission or high school.
  • Althea & Oliver

    When Oliver heads to New York to participate in a clinical study regarding his rare sleep disorder, his estranged friend Althea follows, but it might be too late to save their relationship.
  • Anna and the French Kiss

    Forbidden liasons.
  • Audrey, Wait!

    Audrey is so much more than a hit song about how evil she is.
  • Beastly

    Kyle Kingsbury is one of the most popular kids in school and spoiled by his rich father. But when Kyle crosses the wrong girl, he discovers that he now looks as ugly as he acts. Can anyone help him return to normal? Retelling of Beauty and the Beast.
  • The Big Crunch

    June wasn't looking for love, until she literally crashed into Wes and found it.
  • Boyfriends with Girlfriends

    Sergio and Kimiko, Lance and Allie—but who's attracted to whom?
  • The Catastrophic History of You and Me

    Brie died of a broken heart -- literally. Now in the afterlife, she learns what love and friendship are really about with the help of irreverent Patrick and malevolent Larkin. With humor and song, Jackson takes readers along on Brie's emotional rollercoaster ride of a journey.
  • Crescendo

    Sixteen-year-old Nora Grey struggles to face the truth while coping with having a fallen angel boyfriend named Patch and unraveling the mystery surrounding her father's death.
  • Crush du Jour

    At the hot new restaurant, love is on the menu.
  • Dark Divine

    The preacher's daughter falls in love with the damned
  • Dumplin'

    Willowdean is the heavyset daughter of a former beauty queen, a Dolly Parton enthusiast, and small town Texas girl. While dealing with feelings for a coworker, she and her fellow outcasts decide to enter the beauty pageant run by Willowdean's mother.
  • Eclipse

    Bella must choose between her friendship with Jacob, a werewolf, and her relationship with Edward, a vampire, but when Seattle is ravaged by a mysterious string of killings, the three of them need to decide whether their personal lives are more important than the well-being of an entire city.
  • Eleanor & Park

    Two outsiders--awkward, redheaded Eleanor and quiet, half-Korean Park--fall in love in 1986 Omaha, reading comics, sharing mix tapes, and braving the wrath of Eleanor's terrifying stepfather. Lowman and Malhotra's tender narration captures the emotional highs and lows of this sophisticated tale of first love.
  • Eleanor & Park

    The year is 1986 when Eleanor arrives in town to live with her family and abusive step- father. It's been a year since the last time she lived with them, and she doesn't expect life to be any better. Park's life, on the other hand, is going steady. He's got a spot in the popular crowd and he's about to get his driver's license. But when the two meet on the bus, things change drastically. Even though they both know high school romances never last, they're going to try everything they've got to make it work. But in end, will everything they have be enough?
  • Everything Leads to You

    When Emi discovers a mysterious letter at the estate sale of a Hollywood film legend, she must move beyond her carefully crafted world to track down a decades-old secret.
  • Everything, Everything

    Madeline Whittier is allergic to the world and hasn't left her house in 17 years. When Olly moves in next door with his own complicated life, Maddy suddenly feels like she can see the future—and it could be a disaster.
  • Fangirl

    Writing fanfiction eases Cath's rocky transition to college life.  Lowman's genuine characterization of  anxiety-ridden Cath is complemented by Caulfield's magical narration of the story within the story.
  • Fangirl

    As a college freshman, Cath struggles to find her place as she tries to balance her chaotic home life, her fan-fiction writing, and school, while discovering what life is like without her twin sister.
  • Flat-Out Love

    Julie spends her college freshman year in the home of her mother's old roommate, forging a love triangle with the family's two sons. Narrator Julia Whelan's heart-on-her-sleeve performance expresses dawning passion, disappointment, and compassion as old secrets are exposed.
  • Flipped

    Julianna meets Bryce and flips!
  • Geek Girl

    When one of the world's top fashion designers offers Harriet the chance to reinvent herself as a model, she jumps at it.
  • The Geography of You and Me

    Lucy and Owen spend a magical night in New York City. Will they have the chance to do it again, or will their changing lives keep them apart?
  • The Girl of His Dreams

    Antonio and Miesha try to start a relationship and get involved in exgirlfriend drama.
  • The Girls

    Lattes, love, and lust.
  • Guy in Real Life

    Amidst an action-filled backdrop of gaming and role-playing, Lesh and Svetlana try to bridge the gap between their two radically different worlds. Andrews energizes the text with his colorful character voices, while DeLisle skillfully communicates Svetlana's passion and determination.
  • Halo

    Is love strong enough to stop hell on earth?
  • The Heart of Thomas

    An enigmatic suicide note sets off a chain of drama at a German boarding school.
  • Hush, Hush

    High school sophomore Nora has always been very cautious in her relationships, but when Patch, who has a dark side she can sense, enrolls at her school, she is mysteriously and strongly drawn to him, despite warnings from her best friend, the school counselor, and her own instincts.
  • I'll Give You the Sun

    Once inseparable, twins Noah and Jude are torn apart by a family tragedy that transforms their intense love for each other into intense anger. Timelines twist and turn around each other in beautifully orchestrated stories of love and longing.
  • I'll Meet You There

    Skylar is determined to escape her dead-end town for art school, but a new love interest and her mother's issues threaten to derail her plans
  • If I Lie

    Quinn is ostracized by her town because they believe she's cheated on her recently deployed boyfriend but they don't know the whole story.
  • If You Could Be Mine

    In contemporary Iran, where same sex relationships are forbidden, Sahar discovers her beloved Nasrin is to be married. The news prompts Sahar to consider extreme measures to save their love. Negin Farsad beautifully communicates the nuances of the culture and language through her emotive delivery.
  • If You Could Be Mine

    In contemporary Iran, where same sex relationships are forbidden, Sahar discovers her beloved Nasrin is to be married. The news prompts Sahar to consider extreme measures to save their love.
  • The Infinite Moment of Us

    Shy Wren and fosterboy Charlie share a sudden awareness of each other on their last day of high school, leading to a hot summer romance.
  • The Iron King

    Meghan Chase has a secret destiny—one she could never have imagined…
  • Jane

    Jane Eyre gets a rock-and-roll make-over.
  • Just One Day

    On a European tour the summer before starting college, Allyson decides to take a risk and her life is changed forever.  Kathleen McInerney sensitively portrays the vulnerable emotions of a young woman on a cathartic journey.
  • Ketchup Clouds

    In a series of letters to a death row inmate, Zoe tells the story of how she fell for two brothers and the heartbreaking aftermath.
  • Kill Me Softly

    After being raised her whole life by her fairy godmothers, Mirabelle runs away to the town where they said her parents had died at. But when she gets there, she starts to notice that this isn't any ordinary town and that the teens that live here are fated to play out the Grimm's fairy tales. So when Mira finds out that she, too has a role to play, it's only a matter of time before her story could lose its happy ending.
  • Kissing in America

    After the boy Eva falls in love with moves to Los Angeles, she finagles a way for her and her best friend Anna to take a bus trip from New York City to California to visit him
  • Kissing Ted Callahan (and Other Guys)

    Riley makes a pact with her friend to add some romance to their lives and documents the whole thing in a secret notebook.
  • Leaving Paradise

    Caleb is released after a year in juvie after being convicted of a hit and run, involving his neighbor Maggie.
  • Life in Outer Space

    The nerdy world of Sam and his friends is knocked off balance when Camilla moves to town, challenging the limits of their friendships and the possibilities of romantic love.
  • A Little in Love

    Fletcher imagines the story of Victor Hugo's Les Miserables from the perspective of Eponine, including her changing relationship with Cosette and her love for Marius. Grove narrates Eponine's story with great perceptiveness and a delightful French accent.
  • Lola and the Boy Next Door

    Two years ago Lola's neighbor, Cricket, broke her heart and then moved away. Now he's back, but she's moved on with rock-band boyfriend, Max… right?
  • Love Letters to the Dead

    While she grieves her sister's death during her first year of high school, Laurel writes letters to famous dead people ranging from Kurt Cobain to Amelia Earhart. Whelan's tender characterization of Laurel and her friends brings authenticity to this contemporary story of friendship, love, and loss
  • The Lover's Dictionary

    A modern love story told through a series of dictionary-style entries is a sequence of intimate windows into the large and small events that shape the course of a romantic relationship.