Top 10 YA Romance Novels of the 2010s



get ready these books will sweep you off your feet welcome to Ms mojo and today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 young adult romance novels from the 2010s I have never missed a flight before in my life not once four minutes late which doesn't seem that go that much when you think about it I mean it's a commercial break or between bounces before we begin we publish new content every day so be sure to subscribe to our channel and ring the bell to get notified about our latest videos for this list we're looking at contemporary fiction from the 2010 so far and excluding books the contain or would be categorized mainly as science fiction or fantasy number 10 everything everything Nicola youn teenage Maddie has spent most of her life stuck within the confines of her house since she's being treated for severe combined immunodeficiency Maddie must stay indoors or risk getting deathly sick for the most part this hasn't been a problem for her but when Ollie and his family move in next door Maddie finds herself with a friend who's willing to brave the wrath of Maddie's mother and hang out with her where would you go if you could faced with either giving up her new relationship or plucking up the courage to go out into the world though it might kill her Maddie makes a decision that changes her whole life I should tell you I can't he's sure number nine when dimple met Rishi Sandhya Menon for most people an arranged marriage isn't exactly something to get excited about and dimple your average Indian American teenager is no exception but being at home was starting to feel like wearing an iron corset painful and breathless and pinchy in all the wrong places although she had to hand it to them sending her here was unprecedented when her parents sent her off to web development summer camp she eventually realizes the whole thing is a setup to meet resheath a boy who actually likes the idea of being arranged what ensues is outright hilarious and the two characters have to learn to balance tradition and parental expectation with the pursuit of their own dreams as well as how those things all coalesce into a feeling something like love I want you to have a happy home one day she squeezed simple but only when you are ready bTW I am not disappointed I am sad for what I see in your eyes in your silence very deep sorrow the most fer Kathy onna you love him don't you number 8 just one day gayle forman life after high school can be quite the adventure for some people like Alison Lulu Keely that involves travel she heads off to Europe where she meets the hypnotic Willem who spends a whirlwind day with her in Paris just as Alison is ready to stand up and declare her love for this boy she's known for all of a day Willam disappears in what could be a cautionary tale against falling for strangers Alison instead decides after a few months back home that she will put everything she has into tracking Willam down it's a book that explores the uncertainty of romantic feelings and how they can lead you to find yourself number 7 everything leads to you Nina Lacour Aimee has a dream she wants to break into the world of Hollywood films and in the first major step towards her goal she becomes a set designer for a small but important production the longer she's involved in the film world the more she realizes that on-screen romance is just that screen struggling with her love life she keeps going back to the same girl who keeps breaking her heart but she eventually meets Ava who shows her that love is a messy and complicated thing with huge importance also placed on family this book juggles so many plot threads and ideas that it's worthy of its Hollywood setting number six Anna and the French kiss Stephanie Perkins if you didn't already want to move to Paris this book will make you start packing your bags Anna much to her disgruntlement is forced to go to boarding school in the famed French capital leaving behind her best friend and her crush a devastating thing for any teen things are made worse when she begins to feel like a bit of an outsider with her new friends who all have a history with one another but cue cute boy Etienne sent Claire sparks start to fly and the move to Paris suddenly doesn't seem that bad to Anna with his stunning looks and charming personality it's no wonder Anna falls so hard for him number five I'll give you the Sun Jandy Nelson this book sure has a lot going on the complexity makes the relationship the twins Jude and Noah have with their crushes all the more intense Jude likes the attention of her peers while her brother Noah is ashamed of being gay later after the death of their mother the twin is completely changed as the story progresses secrets start to spill out and it makes the romances all the more sweet when they happen Noah finally gets to be with a boy he likes and Jude finds that art and love are easily intertwined it's beautifully written and so vivid that it'll stick with readers long after the last page number 4 The Fault in Our Stars John Green this novel meets such a splash in the world of why a fiction that the genre hasn't been the same since easily one of his best books John Green sets the bar high with the story of star-crossed teens hazel and Augustus who meet at a Cancer Support Group literally I thought we were in a church basement but apparently we were literally in the Heart of Jesus it's a book that could easily have been a difficult and depressing read but with its humor and sense of adventure it turns out that the story of hazel and Augustus is anything but I'm okay with a trip to Amsterdam a love of reading and a pre funeral hazel and Augustus share an incredible few months that prove that anyone can find love even in the darkest of places you gave me it forever within the numbered days and for that I am am eternally Kurt number three Eleanor and park Rainbow Rowell riding the bus to school every day is Hell for bully teen Eleanor she comes from a poor family she's chubby and she looks odd and her patched up clothes when Park a quiet kid offers her a seat on a day the bullying is particularly bad it changes both of their lives forever connecting via comics and mixtapes the two begin to see beyond stereotypes and expectations making this a persistent romance that proves that teenagers are willing and able to go above and beyond for the people they love broaching subjects like domestic abuse and body image it's a book worth reading for much more than just the romance number two Simon vs. the Homo sapiens agenda' becky albertalli filling a gap in teen LGBTQ romances this book is sweet and awkward and crazy relatable you get to exhale now Simon you get to be more you than you have been in in a very long time having a secret crush is bad enough but Simon finds himself in a terrible situation when a classmate finds out about his sexuality and online relationship with a kid called blue and blackmails him what are you going to get a tell the whole school that I'm you're gonna leak my emails you're gonna post them on great secrets I just think that we're in a position here or we can help each other out is it's a coming-of-age novel that focuses on someone's right to come out how and when they want to it also keeps readers entertained with the cute emails between Simon and blue and the often philosophical questions they ask each other why is straight the default I have something I need to tell you mom there's something I have to tell you Kevin can we talk yeah I'm straight I'm straight before we unveil our number one pick here are some honorable mentions [Applause] [Applause] I appreciate it but it's never gonna happen I'm sorry what I think it's really cool that you think I have cold inspects in my eyes oh my god the letters are out number one Aristotle and Dante discover the secrets of the universe Benjamin Alire assigns written in a series of short chapters this book follows the story of a pair of Mexican American boys who struggle with their identities whether it's about their race or their sexuality the two must face certain truths about themselves and each other with its astonishingly beautiful prose and themes that border on being too big to grasp this novel deserves its many accolades an important step in diverse representation in young adult literature it's an exploration of two boys who are best friends who try new things and who together and apart begin discovering the secrets of the universe do you agree with our picks check out these other great clips from ms mojo and be sure to subscribe and ring the bell to be notified about our latest videos

48 thoughts on “Top 10 YA Romance Novels of the 2010s

  1. Love Young Adult novels? Watch our list of the Top 10 YA Fantasy Novels & Series here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sM5L962cP3s

  2. wow, three of my favourite books are here, I'll give you the sun, simon, and Ari&Dante <3 <3 I would also rec Georgia Peaches and other forbidden fruit, and will grayson,will grayson

  3. My favorite book series ever is 'the summer I turned pretty' by the same author of to all the boys I've loved before…Jenny Han

    The order is as follows:
    1.The summer I turned pretty

    2. It's not summer without you

    3. We'll always have summer

  4. OK I knkw that the perks of being a wallflower was published before but is so great and what abotu the spectacular now???

  5. I love the fault in our stars, but since I've watched divergent first, are Hazel and Augustus really weird😂

  6. Love, simon's book didn't moved me, it was good but idk why the movie made me cry a little. And everything everything i was a bit disappointed by the book too but well

  7. OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG ILL GIVE YOU THE SUN IS THERE PRAISE THE EVERLOVING LORD AND SAVIOUR THAT BOOK IS THE GREATEST THING EVER

  8. Nooooo for “Anna and the French Kiss” its promotes emotional cheating…….. but all the others 👍🏽
    Also some other goood recs are “The Sun is Also a Star” by Nicola Yoon,
    “Geekerella” by Ashley Poston
    “ Ale Approximately” by Jenn Bennet
    “ The UNexpected Everything” by Morgan Matson

  9. I’ll Give You the Sun is legitimately the best book i’ve ever read. i’ve lost count of how many times i’ve read it and it just gets better every time. I’ve never read another book that has made me feel so much.

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