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The Journal Gazette

Wednesday, September 12, 2018 1:00 am

New library books

The following works of teen romance are available in the teen department of the main Allen County Public Library downtown.


“Wrong in Allthe Right Ways”by Tiffany Brownlee

Sixteen-year-old high school senior Emma's life is transformed by Dylan, her new foster brother. But she finds herself torn between romantic and familial feelings in a tale reminiscent of “Wuthering Heights.”


“The Boyfriend Bracket” by Kate Evangelista

Hoping to enjoy typical high school milestones after her hopeless crush graduates, Stella orchestrates a plan to find a boyfriend by Christmas, an effort complicated by her crush's frequent visits home.


“Love Me, Love Me Not” by S.M. Koz

Can foster siblings Hailey and Brad resist the feelings developing between them, or will they risk it all to be together?


“Love Scene, Take Two” by Alex Evansley

While filming a movie based on a best-selling book series, teen heartthrob Teddy Sharpe, 20, falls in love with the books' author, 18-year-old Bennett Caldwell.


“The Last Best Story” by Maggie Lehrman

A contemporary story inspired by the classic “His Girl Friday” finds an aspiring journalist quitting the school paper and ending her long-term relationship with its baffled editor before a lockdown at the prom challenges their respective goals.


“The Impossibility of Us” by Katy Upperman

Mati, a devout Muslim from Afghanistan, and Elise, a 17-year-old whose brother was killed there, try to keep their budding romance secret from their families.