I cannot tell a lie: I’m a sucker for a great contemporary YA romance. There’s nothing quite like the swooniness of first love, whether it’s online or in person, a slow burn or an instant spark, two strangers coming together or best friends taking a new step. If there’s one thing YA has got in spades, it’s […]
Ever since Petruchio and Katherina sparred in The Taming of the Shrew, and Mr. Darcy enraged Elizabeth Bennett before winning her heart in Pride and Prejudice, readers have craved romances in which the main characters start out with less-than-fuzzy feelings for each other. Gnash’s 2016 song (“I hate you / I love you / I […]
So you’ve read and loved Maurene Goo’s adorable I Believe in a Thing Called Love, and now you’re dying for something to fill the Desi-shaped hole in your heart? I relate more than you could possibly know. But you’ve come to the right place, my friends! Look no further than the books below for your […]
As part of our continued efforts to turn book recommendations into an alternate energy source that could power a small city, the B&N Teen Blog presents our blogger picks for best of 2016. Sorry and you’re welcome for exploding your to-be-read lists.
Charlotte Huang’s second book, Going Geek, whisks readers away to an exclusive, preppy boarding school on the East Coast, where Skylar Hoffman is eagerly anticipating the perfect end to her reign as a hip, popular girl on campus. It’s senior year. Her boyfriend is perfect, her friends are great, she’s staying in the perfect, socially […]