Coming of age romance novels
Coming Of Age Book Lists
Popular Coming Of Age Romance Books
Where there are alienated teenagers there will be novelists not far behind. The journey from child to adult is a memorable one. No matter whether you traverse its choppy waves successfully or not, there is bound to be confusion, complexity and, of course, fun. As such this crossing — and just the essence of being a teenager — has long been a fascinating subject for writers. Some draw on their own experiences, some imagine alternative histories, the best will always provide succour for those in the middle of this maelstrom and perhaps nostalgia, and even answers, for those whose younger days are long gone.
Books shelved as coming-of-age-romance: Me, Cinderella? by Aubrey Rose, Always by Ellery Rhodes, Lessons in Love by Clarissa Carlyle, Summer Girl by.
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What does it really mean to grow up? Loss of innocence? Becoming self-sufficient? Turning 18? Running out of "firsts" to check off the bucket list?
Young adult romance books have been killing it lately, finding the exact right balance of humor, emotional torture, and swoonworthy moments. Charlie is desperate for one last perfect weekend, before the house is sold and everything changes. The house will be filled with jokes and games and laughs again. Making decisions about things like what college to attend and reuniting with longstanding crush Jesse Foster—all that can wait. She wants to focus on making the weekend perfect. The only problem? The weekend is shaping up to be an absolute disaster.
In previous books like The Statistical Improbability of Love at First Sight , Smith has proven herself an author who expertly meshes the magical feelings of young love with the truthful realities of anyone doing some growing up. In The Glittering Court trilogy , Mead the author of the Vampire Academy series turns her formidable pen from vampires and urban fantasy to a wealthy kingdom in the New World. She chooses a mark named Grant Elliott to get her there, offering to work as his spy associate. The crackling chemistry and the setting make for beyond-compelling escapist fare. The problem?