I can't possibly express how much I love Somewhere Only We Know by Maurene Goo. I'm not sure there are enough adjectives in the English language.
Emergency Contact so perfectly captures the sheer awkwardness that is being a young adult, with the added awkwardness that can be falling in love in the age of technology.
What If It's Us combines the writing styles of Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera, who are pros at creating a warm, sob-worthy love story on the page and leaving you flailing with emotion.
Christina Lauren have done it again with Roomies, which is a glorious combination of realism, wit, and romance.
I knew that the Everything, Everything movie was going to be something special as soon as they announced the casting.
Where do I even begin with Confess?! As with any Colleen Hoover book, I could tell I would be hooked by the time I'd read through the first few chapters.
When We Collided by Emery Lord is such a gem of a novel that I'm not even sure where to begin. It addresses the awkwardness of first love, the stigma surrounding mental health, and the amazing thing that is the human connection.