Teen Romance

By: Barnholdt, Lauren.
Courtney must drive across country to attend college orientation with her ex-boyfriend while still fuming that he dumped her for a girl he met online, but the two of them learn valuable lessons about themselves and each other along the way.
By: Colasanti, Susane.
Relocating from her suburban town to her estranged father's New York City home, Brooke struggles to adapt while harboring disappointment that the boy she likes already has a girlfriend, a situation that gives way to a new romantic opportunity and a greater realization of her potential.
By: Cohn, Rachel.
In a story told in the alternating voices of Dash and Lily, two sixteen-year-olds carry on a wintry scavenger hunt at Christmastime in New York, neither knowing quite what--or who--they will find.
By: Echols, Jennifer.
Forced to spend spring break in a Birmingham, Alabama, suburb riding along with an attractive rookie police officer on the night shift, rebellious seventeen-year-old Meg finds herself falling unexpectedly in love.
By: Edwards, Eve, 1969-
In the court of Queen Elizabeth I in 1582, Eleanor Hutton, an alchemist's daughter, and William Lacey, the financially ruined Earl of Dorset, fall in love just as Will is supposed to be courting a rich and socially acceptable heiress.
By: Elkeles, Simone.
When wealthy Brittany Ellis and Alex Fuentes, a gang member from the other side of town, develop a relationship after Alex discovers that Brittany is not exactly who she seems to be, they must face the disapproval of others.
By: Flinn, Alex.
A modern retelling of "Beauty and the Beast" from the point of view of the Beast, a vain Manhattan private school student who is turned into a monster and must find true love before he can return to his human form.
By: Freitas, Donna.
After her mother dies, sixteen-year-old Rose works through her grief by finding meaning in a survival kit that her mother left behind.
By: Garcia, Kami.
Lena Duchannes is unlike anyone the small Southern town of Gatlin has ever seen, and she's struggling to conceal her power, and a curse that has haunted her family for generations. But even within the overgrown gardens, murky swamps and crumbling graveyards of the forgotten South, a secret cannot stay hidden forever. Ethan Wate, who has been counting the months until he can escape from Gatlin, is haunted by dreams of a beautiful girl he has never met. When Lena moves into the town's oldest and most infamous plantation, Ethan is inexplicably drawn to her and determined to uncover the connection between them. In a town with no surprises, one secret could change everything.
By: Green, John, 1977-
Despite the medical miracle that has bought her a few more years, Hazel has never been anything but terminal, but when Augustus Waters suddenly appears at the Cancer Kid Support Group, Hazel's story is about to be rewritten.
By: Heyer, Georgette, 1902-1974.
Sophy sets everything right for her desperate family in one of Georgette Heyer's most popular Regency romances. When Lady Ombersley agrees to take in her young niece, no one expects Sophy, who sweeps in and immediately takes the ton by storm. Sophy discovers that her aunt's family is in desperate need of her talent for setting everything right: Ceclia is in love with a poet, Charles has tyrannical tendencies that are being aggravated by his grim fiancee, her uncle is of no use at all, and the younger children are in desperate need of some fun and freedom. By the time she's done, Sophy has commandeered Charles's horses, his household, and finally, his heart.
By: Johnson, Maureen, 1973-
When seventeen-year-old Ginny receives a packet of mysterious envelopes from her favorite aunt, she leaves New Jersey to criss-cross Europe on a sort of scavenger hunt that transforms her life.
By: Kinsella, Sophie.
Entreated by the bossy ghost of her great aunt to track down a missing necklace, Lara Lington finds her search challenged by her floundering start-up business, her best friend's defection, and her unfaithful boyfriend.
By: Klein, Lisa, 1958-
In a story based on Shakespeare's Hamlet, Ophelia tells of her life in the court at Elsinore, her love for Prince Hamlet, and her escape from the violence in Denmark.
By: Kluger, Steve.
Three teenagers in Boston narrate their experiences of a year of new friendships, first loves, and coming into their own.
By: Matson, Morgan.
A tale presented in the style of a scrapbook follows the experiences of Amy Curry, who relocates from California to Connecticut for her senior year after the tragic, accidental death of her father, a challenging new start marked by unexpected feelings for a childhood friend. A first novel.
By: Nelson, Jandy.
Enjoying her life in the shadow of a fiery older sister, 17-year-old bookworm Lennie Walker is shattered by her sister's sudden death, a tragedy that causes her relationships with her sister's equally grief-stricken boyfriend and a French newcomer to change in ways she never could have imagined. A first novel.
By: Perkins, Stephanie.
When Anna is sent to an elite American boarding school in Paris for her senior year of high school, she reluctantly sets off; once there, she meets Étienne St. Clair, an amazing boy with whom she would like to be more than just friends--the only problem is that he's taken, as she might be as well if anything comes of her almost-relationship back home.
By: Rallison, Janette, 1966-
Savannah wants to find the perfect prom date after her boyfriend breaks up with her to date her older sister, but when her incompetent fairy godmother becomes involved, Savannah finds herself in trouble in the Middle Ages.
By: Richards, Jame.
Sixteen-year-old Celestia is a wealthy member of the South Fork Fishing and Hunting Club, where she meets and falls in love with Peter, a hired hand who lives in the valley below, and by the time of the torrential rains that lead to the disastrous Johnstown flood of 1889, she has been disowned by her family and is staying with him in Johnstown. Includes an author's note and historical timeline.
By: Selfors, Suzanne.
When her famous romance-novelist mother is secretly hospitalized in an expensive mental facility, 16-year-old Alice tries to fulfill her mother's contract with her publisher by writing a love story--with the help of Cupid.
By: Sloan, Holly Goldberg, 1958-
Protecting his mute younger brother from their unstable father and the factors that force them to continuously move and prevent their school attendance, Sam finds everything changing when he meets Emily, who tempts them to consider a normal life. A first novel.
By: Smith, Jennifer E.
Hadley and Oliver fall in love on the flight from New York to London, but after a cinematic kiss they lose track of each other at the airport until fate brings them back together on a very momentous day.
By: Sones, Sonya.
After falling hard for each other during winter break, Sophie and Robin must figure out if their romance can endure when they go back to their own lives and realize that outside forces are working against them, in a moving, impassioned sequel to <IT>What My Mother Doesn't Know.<RO>
By: Sparks, Nicholas.
Her teenage life turned upside-down by her parents' divorce and her father's relocation out of state, Ronnie Miller remains bitter three years later when her mother urges her to spend a summer with her father, a concert pianist who is quietly immersed in creating a work of art that will become the centerpiece of a local church. By the best-selling author of The Lucky One.