After a near-death experience, geeky and chronically ill Chloe Brown decides to get a life, and who best to teach her besides her hunky superintendent, Red? If you're looking for a fun and flirty romance that will make you laugh and tug on your heartstrings, then Get a Life, Chloe Brown is the one for you!
Dear Sweet Pea is the perfect book for both tween readers, their parents, or 20-somethings like myself. The protagonist, Sweet Pea, navigates friendships, mean girls, crushes, body-shaming, and her parent's divorce as seventh-grade draws to a close. Don't be surprised if you both laugh out loud and cry while reading; I sure did.
Carrie Goldberg is an established lawyer and activist fighting against sexual violence, stalking, blackmail, and more gives readers an inside look into the intricacies of her work. Her stories will anger and appall you, but will also inspire you to fight back.
If you are looking for a diverse read that works as a social commentary and includes a lovely romance, look no further! Rhiannon, our main character, is such a bad-ass, and I loved her dedication and drive. The Right Swipe will leave you with a smile on your face and feeling empowered.
Imagine a world where a democratic, divorced Texan mother of two Latinx teenagers won the 2016 presidency. Sound nice? Well, strap yourself in for a darling romance between the First Son of the United States, Alex, and Prince Henry of England that might leave you a little hopeful about this upcoming 2020 election.
Sandhya Menon is an expert at writing a coming of age novel. Follow Sweetie, the protagonist, as she tackles strict body standards, gains confidence, and finds a swoon-worthy, respectful love interest.
Girls with Sharp Sticks is the YA answer to the resurgence of feminist literature, à la The Handmaid's Tale. Empowering and quick-paced, Girls With Sharp Sticks is perfect for any (young) feminist out there.
We've got hot men reading romance novels and a steamy relationship built on trust and respect. Need I say more?