Elise and Mati have more than one obstacle to overcome in Katy Upperman’s summery-but-serious new release, The Impossibility of Us.
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Jenna Evans Welch's Love and Gelato has EVERYTHING: major swoon, summers in Italy, possibly haunted castles, and duh, food.
We've rounded up our favorite Swoontastic stand-alone books for your summer reading enjoyment.
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.
Jenn Bennett brings the swoon once again (did you have any doubt?!) with Starry Eyes.
Sarah Rees Brennan's In Other Lands is her best work yet: a frenzied romp through magic school, heartbreak, and growing up.
Sarah J. Maas’ A Court of Wings and Ruin has us (once again) looking for one-way tickets to Velaris.
Lara Jean Song's story will live on in our hearts, always and forever.
Daine and Numair fight foes and feelings in Tamora Pierce’s The Realms of the Gods, the final book in The Immortals quartet.
Marie Lu's The Young Elites series reaches its breathtaking conclusion.
Meredith Russo will open your mind and your heart with her powerful debut, If I Was Your Girl.
Sarah J. Maas’ A Court of Mist and Fury turns Prythian's ways (and reader’s emotions) on their heads.
A celebration of the sexiest male voices in Hollywood.
Celebrate Marie Rutkoski's The Winner's Kiss by dishing about the best literary kisses!
The awesome author of the November FYA Book Club pick analyzes sexytimes in YA.
Jenn Bennett brings the steam and the swoon in this San Francisco-set romance between two budding artists.
Miranda Kenneally's latest novel will have you singing its praises.
Sarah J. Maas’ latest book, A Court of Thorns and Roses, is a faerie book filled with action, adventure and some serious swoon.
Heather Demetrios' I'll Meet You There is the kind of book that'll stay with you for a long, long time.
The blog tour for Heather Demetrios' I'll Meet You There kicks off with (ahem) a bang. Plus: a giveaway!
Realizing the voice in your head is a living and breathing person is hard to handle, but it gets even harder when you start falling in love.
To celebrate the release of Amira & Sam on January 30th, we're giving away tickets and a poster signed by cast members Paul Wesley and Dina Shihabi!
Grab your trusty towel and hang on for a wild, galaxy-crossing adventure with Amy Rose Capetta’s Unmade!
Check out Trial by Fire, by Josephine Angelini, in which we discover which witch is really which.
Stephanie Perkins' Isla and the Happily Ever After is well worth the wait -- TRUST.
Megan Whalen Turner's The Queen's Thief series offers political intrigue, memorable characters, and moments so hot you'll need a church fan.
Mandy C. gets her happy feels on with a surreal trip Upside Down.
You should really read Rainbow Rowell's Eleanor & Park. Trust.
Karina Halle delivers chills and swoon in the sixth Experiment In Terror novel.
YA author and resident dude Brian Katcher dishes on who he thinks are the cutest female cartoon characters.
Erin reviews Meg Cabot's Underworld, a book full of hot swoony action! (Literally, hot. They're in Hell, after all.)
In which we display an utter lack of shame and discuss our attraction to animated male characters.
Forever Young Adult presents: a book review of Lying Season, an Experiment in Terror novel, by Karina Halle
Forever Young Adult presents: a book review of Dead Sky Morning, an Experiment in Terror novel, by Karina Halle
FYA lists their top ten swooniest books of 2011!
An extremely scientific swoon analysis of a scene from Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games.
An extremely scientific swoon analysis of a scene from Brian Katcher's Almost Perfect.
'Correctional' facilities, runaway safe houses, prozzie murders -- Tomas Mournian's Hidden is def. INTENSITY IN TEN CITIES.
Meghan reviews A Room With a View by E.M. Forster, a beloved classic with an abundance of swoon.
Erin falls in love with Melissa Jensen's Falling In Love With English Boys but keeps it on the DL (just LOOK at the cover!).
In which FYA picks their favorite swoonworthy scenes from YA movies.
Erin reviews short stories from Zombies vs. Unicorns. Which team will emerge victorious from this epic battle?
Banned Book Week continues with Erin's review of one of her favorite books, To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee.
A book review, nay, A LOVE LETTER, for one of Posh's favorite series of all time, the Jessica Darling books by Megan McCafferty
Erin reviews the All-American Girl Series (Books 1-2) by Meg Cabot, casting a stunning ingenue for the girl who captures the heart of the President's son!
Erin reviews Runaway (an Airhead book), the first ever Meg Cabot book to earn a 10 on the Swoonworthy Scale!
Check out FYA's top picks for the most swoonworthy couples in the history of young adult literature!
Erin can't contain her excitement for Catching Fire, the sequel to The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins.