Jenna Evans Welch's Love and Gelato has EVERYTHING: major swoon, summers in Italy, possibly haunted castles, and duh, food.
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We've rounded up our favorite Swoontastic stand-alone books for your summer reading enjoyment.
Stephanie Perkins returns with a short story anthology for summertime swoon.
Morgan Matson celebrates the power of serendipity in The Unexpected Everything.
Which under-the-radar books should you add to your summer reading list?
Because summer days are just meant for doing nothing but lying around and listening to music, you know?
Which books will you be packing into your beach bag this summer?
Win a summer care package in honor of the upcoming release of Lexa Hillyer's debut novel!
Because Joanna Philbin's Since Last Summer is a great excuse for a Hamptons getaway and a hot men casting call parade.
Our first ever video book report on Morgan Matson's Since You've Been Gone, which might fill the Sarah Dessen-shaped hole in your summer reading.
Get whisked away to New York City by Charlotte Silver's The Summer Invitation.
So what's everyone up to this summer? (Plus: find out how to enter a sweet contest!)
Pick up some good vibrations (and get some excitations) from What I Thought Was True, a beach read with substance.
Mariko Tamaki and Jillian Tamaki beautifully capture the joys and pains of growing up in their graphic novel, This One Summer.
In Joanna Philbin's new novel, Mandy W. learns the Rules of Summer: good friends, hot guys, and sweet digs.
A new Sarah Dessen book! A new Sarah Dessen book!!! When did Christmas move to June?
Isabel, from Joanna Philbin's Rules of Summer, stops by FYA to share her top summer movies and give away copies of the book.
Posh gets her summer camp fix with Una LaMarche's Five Summers.
Author Susane Colasanti shares some sweet tunes to kick off her 10 Rules for a Spectacular Summer Blog Tour! UPDATE: now with a giveaway for All I Need!
May's Monthly Flow is brought to you by the letters H, O, and mothereffing T, and all the numbers greater than 90.
Forever Young Adult Presents: A review of Pieces of Us by Margie Gelbwasser
A review of The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han, in which a girl's newfound looks bring all the boys to the (beach house) yard.
Posh got annoyed with the Albert Camus swimfannery (but really, who wouldn't?) in Hannah Moskowitz's Invincible Summer.
Posh reviews the book that ignited a lifelong literary girlcrush: That Summer by Sarah Dessen.