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.
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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.
In her debut novel, Under Rose-Tainted Skies, author Louise Gornall draws from her own experiences with agoraphobia and delivers a sometimes sweet, sometimes gut-wrenching novel about learning to love.
A festive ABC Family romance that makes for a good reason to stay in on a cold night.
When Julie moves in with a family friend, she quickly realizes the Watkins house holds a handful of attractive offspring and a very dark secret.
In Of Fire and Stars, an arranged marriage between two kingdoms gets complicated when the princess starts falling for her future sister-in-law.
When an overachiever pushes herself past her limits, she's forced to spend the summer doing the thing she hates most: nothing. Turns out "nothing" is more exciting than she planned.
Technique #8 on How to Keep a Boy from Kissing You: Gloss up your lips so his slide right off!
When two academic rivals are paired up for an intense assignment, they realize that the only thing standing in their way to freedom is each other.
An unlikely friendship blossoms when two high school seniors are forced to ride to school together in Jen Klein's Shuffle, Repeat.
Keira Knightley and Mark Ruffalo make beautiful music together in New York City.
Do you like historical, supernatural, and romantic fiction all wrapped up in one book? READ ON.
Take a trip to the “real” world on the other side of the K-drama screen.
A budding songwriter strikes up a written relationship with a mysterious pen pal in Kasie West's new novel P.S. I Like You.
A soccer star strikes up a steamy romance while trying to redeem herself after making a big mistake.
As the sign in the window says: Trust Me.
Chance meetings don’t always end in happily ever afters.
Stephanie Perkins returns with a short story anthology for summertime swoon.
Old people have secrets too.
A higher score today means a happier tomorrow.
Time to kiss Marie Rutkoski's The Winner's Trilogy goodbye.
Jude Law is at the height of his prettiness in this life-swapping rom com.
Julie Buxbaum’s debut YA novel Tell Me Three Things brings the swoon in the form of an anonymous email admirer.
Who’s in the mood for a melancholy musical?
Grab some tissues (not the whole box) for this surprisingly romantic read from Alexandra Coutts.
Debut author Emily Henry arrives on the YA scene with her time travel romance, The Love That Split the World.
A forbidden flirtation is forged from feuding families in Anna-Marie McLemore's The Weight of Feathers.
The only item on the Homo sapiens agenda should be to read Becky Albertalli's hilarious debut.
Being a pop star ain't easy, but falling in love with this movie sure is.
The second book in Claudia Gray’s Firebird series, Ten Thousand Skies Above You, might not be as swoony as the first one, but it’s certainly not without its heart-racing moments.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that First & Then by Emma Mills is positively charming.
In which we finally find out what happens after To All the Boys I've Loved Before.
Savannah believes Marie Marquardt’s Dream Things True will get you through a very emotionally intense night.
In Jennifer E. Smith's latest novel, a teenage couple journeys through their greatest hits on the night before they leave for school on opposite coasts.
Adi Alsaid's latest novel tackles friendship, romance, and clichés. (Sometimes, even all three at once.)
In Stephen Emond's Bright Lights, Dark Nights, does first love stand a chance amid escalating racial tensions?
Miranda Kenneally's latest novel will have you singing its praises.
As a teen, it can be tricky to find common ground with your childhood best friend. Especially if he's spent the last ten years living as a victim of parental abduction.
In The Secrets of Attraction, Robin Constantine whips up a frothy romance between a brooding musician and a girl who can't get serious.
In Pénélope Bagieu's graphic novel, a young woman stumbles onto a secret that could turn the literary world upside down.
What if your boyfriend's heart literally belonged to someone else?
We've got dark secrets, a mysterious loner dude, and a misunderstood bully in Ann Aguirre's The Queen of Bright and Shiny Things.
To fall in love with The Royal We.
Get ready to geek out over Emery Lord's tale of grief, romance and Quiz Bowl.
The stakes -- and tensions -- reach new heights in The Winner's Crime.
Ryan Graudin's sequel to All That Glows—All That Burns—upps the action and brings new life to familiar (to Arthurian scholars, at least) characters.
Heather Demetrios' I'll Meet You There is the kind of book that'll stay with you for a long, long time.