Reviews by Tag: teen romance

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Always Jane by Jenn Bennett

Always Jane

By Jenn Bennett
4
Rated by
Saraphina
Jun 30, 2022

Jane Marlow grew up among the staff of LA rock producer Mad Dog. Every summer, Jane and her father head to the Sierras to work at the producer’s luxury lodge at Lake Condor which is the site of the biggest music festival. The Sarafians are the family that runs the festival and Jane has had a crush on the oldest son Eddie for years. But Jane’s feelings about Eddie are tested when she reconnects with his brother, the dark horse of her summer plans.

Teen Review
The Princess and the Fangirl by Ashley Poston

The Princess and the Fangirl

By Ashley Poston
3
Rated by
Kritika S.
Jun 29, 2022

The Princess and the Fangirl was written by Ashley Poston. The genre is YA romance, set at a science fiction convention. The main characters are Jessica Stone and Imogen Lovelace, who look creepily alike. Jessica is a famous actress who started acting when she was 14, and now is working on a beloved series called Starfield as Princess Amara, but it’s well known that she hates being Princess Amara.

Teen Review
Lia and Beckett's Abracadabra by Amy Noelle Parks

Lia and Beckett's Abracadabra

By Amy Noelle Parks
4
Rated by
Saanvi
Jun 25, 2022

Lia and Beckett's Abracadabra is a fictional novel written by Amy Noelle Parks. Lia Sawyer is a 17-year-old that loves magic. She struggles to get approval from her parents, who would prefer for her to go into environmental science, or at least something more sophisticated like playing piano (as her sister does). On top of all that, Lia needs to find a way to prove to society that girls can be more than just pretty assistants.

Teen Review
The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han

The Summer I Turned Pretty

By Jenny Han
3
Rated by
Saraphina
Jun 23, 2022

To Belly, everything good and magical happens during the summer. During the summer she stays in a beach house in the town of Cousins with her mom, brother, Susannah, and most importantly Jeremiah and Conrad. They’re the boys Belly has known since her very first summer in Cousins and she’s experienced almost everything with them. However, this summer everything keeps changing, and the more everything changes, the more it all ends up just the way it should’ve been all along.

Teen Review
Always and Forever Lara Jean by Jenny Han

Always and Forever, Lara Jean

By Jenny Han
5
Rated by
Anna S.
Jun 22, 2022

Lara Jean’s story comes to a close with the last book in the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before series. Lara Jean is starting her senior year and life is pretty great. Her boyfriend Peter loves her, her dad is dating someone she likes, and in general, everything is pretty good. Lara Jean is planning on going to UVA, until she doesn’t get accepted. What will she do since Peter is going to UVA? What will she tell him? How will he react?

Teen Review
P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han

P.S. I Still Love You

By Jenny Han
4
Rated by
Anna S.
Jun 22, 2022

Laura Jean is really in love. It was all an act at first but now her and Peter are a thing. An item. A couple. What does that even mean for Laura Jean and Peter? Laura Jean is falling for Peter when John Ambrose McClaren is back in town for the opening of a neighborhood time capsule. Over the years John has really improved and now Laura Jean is battling her feelings for two boys she has loved before. Which boy will “win”?

Teen Review
American Royals by Katharine McGee

American Royals

By Katharine McGee
4
Rated by
Anonymous
Jun 22, 2022

American Royals by Katharine McGee is young adult fiction. When America won the Revolutionary war, George Washington was offered the crown and he accepted. Now, two and a half centuries later, what if America had a royal family? Princess Beatrice is getting closer to becoming the first queen regnant of America. No one cares about the spare sister unless to bash; Princess Samantha doesn’t care and lives her life the way she wants, except about the one boy she can’t have. Then, there’s the other twin, Prince Jefferson.

Teen Review
We’ll Always Have Summer by Jenny Han

We’ll Always Have Summer

By Jenny Han
3
Rated by
Anonymous
Jun 22, 2022

We’ll Always Have Summer by Jenny Han is realistic fiction and the third book in the series. Belly and Jeremiah have been inseparable in university for the past two years since Conrad told her to go with Jeremiah. Except, their relationship isn’t so picture-perfect like Belly had imagined. After Jeremiah makes a horrible and irreversible mistake, Belly rethinks her choice. She isn’t sure if she’s still over Conrad and she isn’t sure if she can forgive Jeremiah.

Teen Review
It’s Not Summer Without You by Jenny Han

It’s Not Summer Without You

By Jenny Han
4
Rated by
Anonymous
Jun 22, 2022

It’s Not Summer Without You by Jenny Han is realistic fiction and the second book in the series. Summer at Cousins Beach isn’t the same anymore. With Susannah’s sickness and Conrad’s care gone, nothing is the same. Belly gets a call from Jeremiah saying Conrad was gone. Belly knows exactly what everyone needs: a summer in Cousins like how it used to be, the three of them ending the summers with the way it started.

Teen Review
The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han

The Summer I Turned Pretty

By Jenny Han
4
Rated by
Anonymous
Jun 22, 2022

The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han is a realistic fiction. Isabel (Belly) Conklin has spent every summer of her life at Cousins Beach with her mom’s best friend and her two sons, Conrad and Jeremiah. Every summer, she has been in love with Conrad Fisher. But this summer, she’s grown up and this is the summer where everything changes.

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