Top Ten Books for Readers Who Like Fluffy YA Romances

1. Megan Meade's Guide to the McGowan Boys by Kate Brian. Fun and fluffy, and one I have reread many times when I've been sick. It just makes you happy, and my shipper heart explodes.

2. Anna and the French Kiss Companion Series by Stephanie Perkins. These books aren't meant to change your philosophy of life, they are meant to make you squeal and laugh and feel happy. And this series does it, over and over again.

3. To All the Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han. This book encompassed everything I want in a romance: entertaining, fluffy and dramatic. It kept me on the edge of my seat and broke my heart. It was magical, and I cannot wait for the sequel!

4. A Little Something Different by Sandy Hall. This book takes a unique spin on the YA romance with its abundance of POVs. From the bench to the bus driver, from the barista to the squirrel, I loved it and I will definitely reread it.

4. Magnolia by Kristi Cook. Any modern retelling of Romeo & Juliet already has my attention. But this book is so wonderful because of its differences from that classic, the opposites, in fact. The families aren't warring, their friends; their families want them to be together, and it's the protagonists that don't. It was romantic and fluffy with a serious element and I read it in one day. So good!

5. If We Kiss by Rachel Vail. This book was the YA romance that really hooked me on the whole genre. I read it when I was in eighth grade, and I'm pretty sure, other than Ron and Hermione, Charlie and Kevin were my first ship. And even Kiss Me Again, the sequel that came out a year or so ago, made me feel all gushy inside after all these years. It's a must-read.

7. Pants on Fire by Meg Cabot. This book has a romance that keeps you on the edge of your seat, drooling for more. But it's not just about the romance, it's about a girl who is just trying to fit in, even if it means sacrificing what she believes in. So good, I can't even explain it.

8. Dare You To by Katie McGarry. The whole Pushing the Limits series is pretty awesome, but this novel is my favorite. I love the slow burn of their affection, and I love love love that it doesn't play have the stereotypical virginal female protagonist. It has the boy be the virgin. It's a little switch, but it feels really important. And the rest of it is amazing too.

9. Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. While this book isn't the most fluffy book in the universe, it's a fantastic example of the slow burning romances I love so much. And of course, I love this novel for more than just its romance, but it's adorable nonetheless.

10. The Last Little Blue Envelope by Maureen Johnson. This is an instance where I love the sequel more than the original. Of course, I loved 13 Little Blue Envelopes, but this novel was more fun and just different to me. It didn't follow the plot everyone expected it to, and it was wonderful to watch the romance bloom--a romance that neither of them planned.

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1 comment:

  1. Of the books on your list, I really enjoyed Fangirl. A lot more than I expected too! :)
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