? asked in Arts & HumanitiesBooks & Authors · 1 decade ago

Know any good books, about teens, love ?

I like love story's, with people who are teens, so if you know any, let me know thanks.

8 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    nick and noras infinite playlist, Rachel Cohn & David Levithan

    black beauty, anne sewell

    princess diaires, meg cobat

    the last song, nicholas sparks

    the time travelers wife, audry niffenegger

    perfect by you, elizabeth scout

    kissing kate, lauren myracle

    forever, judy blume

    wicked, gergory maguire

    dreamland, sarah dessen

    last chance, lisa keaton

    ps, i love you, cecelia ahern

    two way street, lauren barnholt

    when it happens, susan colasanti

    7 deadly sins (series), robin wasserman

    LA candy (series), lauren conrad

    someone like you, sarah dessen

    don't think twice, ruth pennebaker

    the wedding, nicholas sparks

    this is what i want to tell you, heather duffy-stone

    sandpiper (series), virginia lee burton

    gossip girl (series), cecliy von ziegesar

    a list (series), zoey dean

    three little words, alyson rhodes

    30 guys in 30 days, micol ostow

    sweethearts, sara zarr

    story of a girl, sara zarr

    oh baby!, helene tragos

    skinny-dipping the au pairs, melissa de la cruz

    summer share:shoes and shirts not required, todd strasser

    summer boys, haily abbott

    summer sisters, judy blome

    caribbean cruising, racheal hawthorne

    truth or dairy, catherine clark

    a mothers gift, pamela k. wiggins

    this lullaby, sarah dessen

    the last summer (of you and me), ann brashares

    crank (series), ellen hopkins

    burned, ellen hopkins

    impulse, ellen hopkins

    honeymoon, james patterson

    pretty little liars (series), sara shepard

    painting caitlyn, kimerly joy peters

    the things we do for love, kristin hannah

    identical, ellen hopkins

    after, fracine prose

    hold still, nina lacour

    if i stay, gayle forman

    before i die, jenny downham

    everything beautiful, simmone howell

    something like fate,

    the year I turned 16,

    take me there,

    tan lines, jj salem

    leftovers, laura wiess

    dancing naked, shelly hrdlitschka

    jumping off swings, jo knowles

    such a pretty girl, laura wiess

    lessons from a dead girl, jo knowles

    how it ends, laura wiess

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  • Alice
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    If you don't mind your love story with a little blood and guts thrown on it, you might like Nokosee: Rise of the New Seminole by Micco Mann. It's Romeo and Juliet and Tarzan and Jane in the Everglades and has the defiant voice of a 17 year old girl who manages to overcome everything thrown at her in the course of the novel which is a lot-- and she does it in a way that would make all girls proud-- not in a superhuman way or through the assistance of some heroic act of a man but via her own means.



  • 4 years ago

    I purple 'The Host' I after I first purple the again of the e book it sounded all sci-fi and that i presumed 'the following we bypass, no connection to Twilight in any respect' and on an same time after I opened it i presumed, wait a minuet, and it sounds like your examining 0.5 the way via yet wen you get into it, and that i propose the first one hundred pages then you genuinely imagine ' WOW, this e book is easily quite damn good' and that i had to be ripped except for it to even do issues to save me alive like eating and napping. You get addicted to it instantly and it makes you snicker AND cry, that is what i love about the e book. it truly is in effortless words almost as good as Twilight in my opinion. desire this facilitates and merely provide the e book a attempt =]

  • 1 decade ago

    Twilight Saga, Vampire Diaries, or Hunger Games.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    the only ones ive read with teens are the Twilight saga and the Naughts and Crosses Saga. Otherwise, romance books in general, i think the classics are the best; like Jane Austin and Emily Bronte:)

  • 1 decade ago

    depressing as it is, the catcher in the rye by J.D. salinger has many examples of love. this novel is much deeper that most teenage-based love stories. the main character, holden caulfield, is 16 at the time of the story, and most of the characters are around his age. it is definitely not your usual happy ending love story, but i strongly recommend it.

  • 1 decade ago

    The Last Song

    Almost any of Sarah Dessen's books.

    Dream Factory

  • 1 decade ago

    perfect chemistry

    pretty little liars

    two way street

    mortal instruments (best books I've ever read)

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