Any good teen romance books?

February 20, 2011 9:25pm CST
Right now I'm obsessed with teen romances . But only good ones. I cannot stand the weird romance, mythical, werewolves, vampires and many mores. I like reality ones. Just like Scarlett Wakefield series. I want some where the boy and the girl either fall in love with each other when they first see each other or what so ever. Please help recommend me with some of the good books right now.
5 responses
@stevieboi19 (1429)
21 Feb 11
I can't really recommend anything but I wanted to ask what teen romance books you've read I'm interested in writing a couple of romance books and wanted some ideas to give me general know how in pleasing readers. Also I love the way you say you want to read reality romance stories with a boy spotting a girl and instantly falling in love to me that isn't total reality that's a fantasy romance in itself. How often does it happen that a boy meets a girl and instantly falls in love. I blame these stories (they are interesting reads though lol) for both sexes high expectations of love/ romance they think they'll instantly fall in love with someone but the world doesn't work that way at all, just an observation from me.
@raj7shot (842)
• India
5 Mar 11
Why you need books... You can came to know if you had already fall in love with someone truly.. Nothing will be more than practical life.What you learn in your life is wordings of book...
• United States
28 Feb 11
There is a series that I am reading that is really awesome.I noticed that you did not mention old time romance.You know like uh romance set way back in the day. Anyways, the series I am reading is the Cynster series by Stephanie Laurens. If you could find any of these it would by good reading material for any romance reader if they have not already read them of course.Anyways, that is what I would suggest.Have fun reading!
@didi13 (2927)
• Romania
24 Feb 11
"Bird Spin"-Colleen McCullough. "Gone with the Wind - Margaret Mitchell. "Jane Eyre" - Charlotte Brontë. "The Catcher in the Rye - Salinger. Enjoy your reading!
@globaldoc (860)
• Philippines
21 Feb 11
I do notfor the simple fact that i am a boy. However, my daughters do read them, except that their eyes started t get hurt, so i also stopped them from reading books, at least for the mean time.