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This weeks topic is Top Ten Favorite Romances.
So I don't really read much romance. That's not a big genre in YA. So I'm gonna do like cutest books I guess because I'm not sure how else to do this list.
- Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarry. Okay this book was so amazing. It might have had some of the best kissing scenes ever! And, the characters were amazing!
- Entice by Jessica Shirvington. This was the book that the relationship really became real. And it was so well done!
- Shadows in the Silence by Courtney Alison Moulton. I picked this one more for how much the relationship between Will and Ellie evolved. This wasn't the cutest book but it really show cased the amazing relationship they have!
- Where She Went by Gayle Forman. Does this even need a reason? No everyone has read this series and if you haven't you really need to get on that!
- Boundless by Cynthia Hand. Perfect way to wrap up a love triangle! Not just because the guy I liked got the girl, but also because it wasn't overdone.
- The Sky Is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson. Amazingly done cuteness.
- Stephanie Perkins. I'm doing her as an author because both Anna and Lola were amazing romances! Can't wait for Isla!
- My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick. Such an amazing book with wonderful characters. Also amazing cute parts :).
- Second Chance Summer by Morgan Matson. Very cute but not over done at all. Also great characters.
- The Fault In Our Stars by John Green. Does this even need a reason? I think you can guess why I picked this one.