Justin A. Reynolds writes through the heartbreak with his debut novel, Opposite of Always.
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In Kevin Panetta and Savanna Ganucheau's graphic novel, romance blooms between two boys who bond over baking.
We're celebrating the most romantic month with a four-week series on some of our favorite romance novels. This week we’re talking about Courtney Milan’s inclusive, smart, and sexy Brothers Sinister series.
We're celebrating the most romantic month with a four-week series on some of our favorite romance novels. This week we’re talking about the steamy and sultry Forbidden Hearts trilogy from Alisha Rai.
Cartoonist Faith Erin Hicks’s debut novel, Comics Will Break Your Heart, is a contemporary romance with huge (nerdy) heart.
Who needs Tinder when you've got FYA on your side? We've rounded up the best of the best in romance in case you need a last-minute book blind date for tomorrow's holiday.
E.K. Johnston ponders the fate of the hero when she’s done being a hero in her brand-new standalone fantasy, The Afterward.
We're celebrating the most romantic month with a four-week series on some of our favorite romance novels. First up, The Wallflowers series by Lisa Kleypas.
Help us unpack this bruiser of a finale!
Dee Garretson's WWI novel has all the makings of a great historical read, but falls a bit short in the execution.
Seriously, just put some water on that baby's head.
In response to her school's abstinence-only curriculum, Lacey becomes the unofficial sex educator for her classmates in Olivia Hinebaugh's debut.
In which Jocasta MacKenzie Cameron tries her hand at match-making. Maybe don't quit your day job, Auntie.
You get a face slap! And YOU get a face slap! EVERYONE GETS A FACE SLAP!
An aspiring journalist tampers with her best friend's matchmaking service to set herself up with her crush in Tiana Smith's Match Me If You Can.
Some disturbances are less welcome than others.
Mysterious boys next door, country singers holding grudges, Twizzlers Twerpz...the new Emma Mills book has EVERYTHING.
Stephen Bonnet, you rat bastard.
This season is all about bringing back our favorites - and our least favorites.
Everyone knows Advent Calendars make the best matchmakers.
YA writers answer real-life teens' letters in the anthology Dear Heartbreak.
So many chic furs!
Is that the boogie woogie bugle boy of Company B?
First up on the special holiday edition of our Stream It series: There’s nothing like tricking a man into falling in love with the wrong woman at Christmas!
Stephanie Kate Strohm's Love à la Mode is set at a culinary boarding school in Paris. 'NUFF SAID.
[uplifting folky string music]
Girl meets boy. Girl falls for boy. Girl needs to stay at least six feet away from boy at all times if she wants to get the new lungs that could save her life.
We’re just here for the long-awaited return of Roger Mac.
"Everything was beautiful and nothing hurt." - a person who has never watched Outlander
In The Dinner List, Rebecca Serle serves up an enchanting exploration of relationships with a side of bittersweet regret.
From sea to shining sea, Droughtlander is over!
What if two YA superstars teamed up for a charming romance? (Spoiler: it'd be awesome.)
in Jenna Evans Welch's Love and Luck, two siblings road trip through Ireland on a quest to heal old wounds.
What happens on a cruise stays on the cruise. Unless someone disembarks in the middle of the ocean.
Kidnap me once, shame on you. Kidnap me twice…nope, no, that’s still your fault.
Run, don't walk, to go get Helen Hoang's The Kiss Quotient, because we need to talk about this book right now.
Elise and Mati have more than one obstacle to overcome in Katy Upperman’s summery-but-serious new release, The Impossibility of Us.
We've rounded up our favorite Swoontastic stand-alone books for your summer reading enjoyment.
Jamie McGuire delivers a summer romance with a dark, Hitchcockian twist in All The Little Lights.
The bestselling author of All The Little Lights stops by to dish on her favorite snacks, Dirty Dancing, and what she was like in high school!
Teddy’s acting career isn’t the only thing about to hit it big when sparks fly with the author of a hot YA series-turned-movie in Alex Evansley’s debut, Love Scene, Take Two.
Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund-Broka's sweet, charming contemporary takes a closer look at one of theatre's most jilted lovers, Rosaline, in Always Never Yours.
Get to know Australian YA with Begin, End, Begin, a collection of short stories.
…Well, everyone except Daisy’s sister, that is.
Ship It - from Riverdale writer Britta Lundin - is a queer outsider love story and a tribute to shipping.
When Leah is the recipient of a heart transplant, her strange dreams help her uncover what happened to the heart's original owner in C.C. Hunter's This Heart of Mine.
A review of Alyssa Brandon’s debut novel about werewolf love, or “how I got Christina Aguilera’s “Bound to You” stuck in my head every time I thought of the title.”
Two strangers form an unlikely connection via text in Mary H.K. Choi's debut.
Jenn Bennett brings the swoon once again (did you have any doubt?!) with Starry Eyes.
Everyone deserves a great love story -- and Love, Simon definitely is one.
With this companion novel to Brigid Kemmerer’s Letters to the Lost, we see why Rev deserved his own story in More Than We Can Tell.
The OG Teen Queen had more drama than she could shake a royal sceptre at.
When a reformed criminal and the governor's daughter are thrown together on the campaign trail, they come down with a bad case of wanting what they can't have in Katie McGarry's Say You'll Remember Me.
An orphaned musical prodigy goes on a fantastical journey, in search of his long-lost parents.
Flight Season from Marie Marquardt is exactly the kind of quiet but powerful contemporary the genre needs.
In Jen Wang's latest graphic novel, a young seamstress is hired to secretly create dresses for a prince.
Kami Garcia’s Broken Beautiful Hearts wants you to know that even when life is going for the knock-out, you can’t let it beat you down.
No actual trains were harmed in the making of Love and Other Train Wrecks.
The 14 stories in Meet Cute: Some People Are Destined to Meet highlight the moments—and magic—before relationships actually begin.
Spend this Christmas warm under a Highlander’s plaid in Christmas in Kilts.
Abby struggles with loving her best friend Cooper (and letting him go) in Kasie West's newest book, Love, Life and the List.
Three couples test out the strength of the mistletoe in the Saint Paul area in That Mistletoe Moment.
It's time to find out who meets their bloody end as season three goes out with a crack!
Don’t read Anita Hughes’ Christmas in London while hungry. You will regret it.
The Frasers finally arrive in Jamaica, and we are all disappointed in the lack of umbrella drinks.
Merry receives a Christmas miracle when she gets an unexpected second chance at happiness in Manda Collin’s novella, With This Christmas Ring.
You will not be calling Ghostbusters over this particular haunting.
Apparently, all Frasers are destined for unorthodox weddings.
This December, the matchmaker has met her match in the first of our Holiday Romance series!
Between requisitioning sailors’ booze, and forced hand-washing, it’s no wonder Claire makes enemies wherever she goes.
Superstitious sailors, seasickness, and plague, can really put a damper on an exotic rescue mission.
In which every single thing goes awry.
Claire settles into her new life in Edinburgh the only way she knows how, while Jamie breaks the law like it’s his job.
Alt-history and sci-fi collide in this world where the British Empire still exists and matchmaking is done genetically.
The brief Droughtlander is over. Let the boinking commence!
Dara must face the fallout from her best friend's death in Rebecca Phillips' These Things I've Done.
Passion, jealousy, and betrayal intertwine in Malinda Lo's A Line in the Dark.
With a little help from Roger Wakefield and Miss Clairol, the moment we’ve been waiting for has finally arrived.
What won't the ladies do for a wee bit o'Jamie?
"Love knows no boundaries. And neither does she."
Let's do the time warp again.
When Olivia wakes from a coma after a near-fatal car accident, she can't remember the wreck...or anything that's happened in the last four years of her life.
The illustrated edition of Night of Cake & Puppets is the perfect addition to the Daughter of Smoke & Bone collection.
Jamie acquires a new alias, Claire goes to medical school, and Fergus goes to extreme lengths for some whiskey.
Droughtlander is over!
Does this Persuasion retelling live up to the original? Melissa Pimentel’s The One That Got Away has some big shoes to fill.
Wanted: Regular Earth girl to impersonate alien princess. No experience necessary and refusal is not optional.
A college reject moves to Hollywood to pursue an acting career in Leila Howland's Hello, Sunshine.
Heather Demetrios' latest novel is a devastatingly real portrayal of an abusive relationship.
When her sister Storm dies in a tragic accident, Anna decides to hit the road with Storm's best friend Cameron and complete the summer bucket list that Storm would never get to finish in Someone Else's Summer.
When uber-introvert Allison is forced to hold eye contact with a handsome stranger for three full minutes, she learns that intimacy can be life-altering in both positive and negative ways in Jessica Park's 180 Seconds.
Find out if you have what it takes to be a theme park princess in Karole Cozzo’s newest novel, The Truth About Happily Ever After.
K dramas and courtship collide in Maurene Goo's I Believe in a Thing Called Love.
Lara Jean Song's story will live on in our hearts, always and forever.
Becky Albertalli is back in this story of a crush-prone heroine with a couple cases of maybe-not-so-unrequited love.
Alex, Approximately gets a 9 on the Swoonworthy Scale, so what are you waiting for? Read it!
Mary Balogh makes hanging out at an orphanage a tantalizing affair in Someone to Hold (this is not as weird as it sounds).
In Sara Lövestam's Wonderful Feels Like This, a teenage outcast befriends an octogenarian former musician over their common love of jazz.
In Robin Reul's My Kind of Crazy, the sparks really fly. And not just the romantic kind.
Don't let its cover fool you. Laurie Devore's debut How to Break a Boy is a dark, complex story about a group of popular girls whose friendship goes up in flames and burns everyone in its path.