Its time to unwrap a couple chocolates, light some candles and get ready to turn up the heat with some of the best young romantic novels ever written. And if you don’t think you are interested in the accounts of these historical romance accounts or romance itself, for your love portion, give this list a look anyway. Here are ten young romantic novel epitomes ever put down in a paginated tool. Make an attempt to read at least one by the end of this year
1.The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
This is John Green’s sixth overall novel and forth solo novel. It was published in January 2012 with the title inspired by Shakespear’s play Julius Ceaser in which the nobble man Cassius said to Brutus: “ The fault dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves that we are underlings”. The story is about Hazel Grace Lancaster, a sixteen year old girl with thyroid cancer that has affected her lungs. She is forced by her parents to attend a support group where she susequebly meets and fall in love with a seventeen year old Augustus Waters an ex-basketball player. A film adapted from the novel was produced in June, 2016 directed by Josh Boone and staring Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort and Nat Wolf. Both the book and its film have experienced tremendous commercial success
2.My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick
My Life Next Door is Huntley’s first novel in the “Stony Bay” series. It was first published in 2012. The ‘Stony Bay” series is continued with a companion novel titled, “The Boy Most Likely To” which was published in 2015 and features same characters as in “My Life Next Door”. The plot evolves around Samantha Reed, a 17 year old American teenager living in a fictional town of Stony Bay with much weights on themes of family, romance, friendship, loyalty and personal growth. This book has been described by several readers and authors as a book that captures the intensity of first blove, the corruptin sources of power and the losses suffererd by innocent victims caught in a web of political deceit.
3.Perfect Chemistry by Simone Elkeles
Simone Elkeles is an American author born in April, 1970. She is a New York Times Best selling young adult romance from the Romance Writers of America for her book Perfect Chemistry. Perfect Chemisry is the first novel in a trigology wrttten by Simone Elkeles and was published by Walker Books in 2009. The plot is about young Brittany Ellis a white uptown teenager and Alejandro(Alex) a lower class teenager of the Mexican heritage. The must overcome Brittany’s troubled home life and Alejandro’s gang ties to have their own happy life there after. The book has been read and reviewed worldwide. My second best romantic novel so far.
4.Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon
Now when a friend of mine asked me to get her this title, I knew she was in for one of the only few close to perfect romantic novels ever written. Everything Everything is the debut young adult novel by Jamaican-American author Nicola Yoon, first published by Delacorte book for young readers in 2015. The novel centres around 17 year old Medaline Whittier, who is being treated for servere combined immunodeficiency , also known as “ Bubble baby disease”. Due to this, Medaline is kept inside her house in Los Ageles , where she lives with her mother, a doctor. But is she really sick? And how does she meet Olly her lover Olly? It’s all in the book. I love it. My best Romantic Novela of the past decade
5.The Way You Make Me Feel by Maureen Goo
Though Moureen Goo is best known for her novel “ I Believe in A Thing Called Love”, I got immersed in this one “The Way You Make Me Feel”. The book is about Clara Shin a spirited teenager who lives for pranks and disruption. When she takes one joke too far, her dad sentences her to a summer working on his food truck, the KoBra, alongside her uptight classmate Rose Carver. Not anymore a care free summer Clara had imagined. But maybe Rose isn’t so bad. Maybe the boy named Hamlet crushing on her is pretty cute. Maybe she actually feels invested in her dad’s business. What if taking this summer seriously means that Clara has to leavebher old self behind? With couple signatures of warmth and humor, The Way You Make Me feel is a relatable story of falling in love and finding yourself in the places you’d never though to look. If you love humour and accounts of romance there’s your book.
6.Opposite of Always by Justin A. Reynolds
Justin A. Reynolds had always wanted to be a writer. Opposite of Always, his debut novel, was an Indies Introduce selection and a School Library Journal Best Book.This bookhas translated into seventeen languages, and is being developed for film with Paramount Players. Opposite of Always is a bittersweet fantasy tale about a teen caught in a loop in time between the day he meets his girlfriend and the day she dies a few months later. Jack doesn’t travel through time deliberately. He just keeps finding himself at the party where they met, again and again. Each time, Jack attempts to prevent her death — including through unethical activities like gambling on a game where he knows the outcome to get the money for an experimental medical treatment. Jack and Kate do a lot of kissing, but the way it’s presented is tender and not graphic. One scene implies (vaguely) that they may just have had sex. Jack and Jillian, his best friend’s girlfriend, also kiss (with tongue). Jack, an underage teen, drinks shots with his friend’s dad, an ex-convict who’s acted as his bookie. A teen character is shot by a homeowner while cutting through a gated community. Time traveller admirers, there’s your portion. I loved it though it doesn’t sound much realistic.
7. All the Little Lights by Jamie McGuire
This is an engaging story of two wounded kids who find solace in a friendship that blossoms into a touching first love. A young adult love story laced with warmth, angst, and hope.McGuire crafts a compulsively readable love story…She combines themes of racism, abusive families, and mental illness to create a pair of protagonists who are multidimensional and worth knowing. McGuire leaves enough bread crumbs to set the tone for what is to come, building a truly surprising and terrifying climax.
8.Love and Gelato by Jenna Evans Welch
In this thrilling Novel, sixteen-year-old Lina is spending the summer in Italy only because it was her mother’s dying wish that she get to know Howard, a father she’s never met. Lina just wants to go home, but once she’s given a journal that her mother kept when she lived in Italy all those years ago, she seems to uncover the magical side of the country. But why did her mother write “I made the wrong choice”? Luckily she’s not on her own to figure that out – her new (and cute) friend Ren is there with her to help her along the way. A cover for a cute story. I inhaled this book. I loved the writing. Of course I loved the setting!. Italy-from my book knowledge is so rich with history and gorgeous old buildings and art. I found the characters to be real and believable. I can’t even imagine being in Lina’s shoes but I’m a man so to some extent it’s unimaginable. I can’t wait to get my hands on Love & Luck which is about Lina’s best friend Addie.
9.Reason to Breath by Rebecca Doran Reason to Breathe is an electrifying page turner from start to finish, a unique tale of life-changing love, unspeakable cruelty, and one girl’s fragile grasp of hope.U never really think about these issues but these book will give u a different outlook.
10.Always and Forever, Lara Jean by Jenny Han
Last but not least in the list is Always and Forever, Lara Jean, a 2017 novel by American author Jenny Han. This amazing Novela was first published by Simon & Schuster and released on May, 2017.It is the third and final installment of the “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before series, following “To All the Boys I’ve LovedBefore” , released on April, 2014, and “P.S. I Still Love You”, released on May, 2015. In this series, Lara Jean is having the best senior year. And there’s still so much to look forward to: a class trip to New York City, prom with her boyfriend Peter, beach Week after graduation, and her dad’s wedding to Ms. Rothschild. Then she’ll be off to college with Peter, at a school close enough for her to come home and bake chocolate chip cookies on the weekends. Life couldn’t be more perfect! At least, that’s what Lara Jean thinks, until she gets some unexpected news. Now the girl who dreads change must rethink all her plans—but when your heart and your head are saying two different things, which one should you listen to?
In Conclusion, above is my thoroughly curated list of all I’ve enjoyed most in the world of young adult novels and many more not mentioned.Mention one that you think should have been included. I urge you to atleast try one or two and you’ll definitely get the feeling.