If You Liked She Drives Me Crazy by Kelly Quindlen

If you're in the mood for sweet, lighthearted YA romance, She Drives Me Crazy is exactly what you're looking for. It's the sweet, funny, queer love story we all need right now. Scottie needs a way to get back at her backstabbing ex-girlfriend. When she gets into a fender-bender with popular, gorgeous cheerleader Irene, they're forced to carpool until her car is fixed. Spending so much time with Irene gives Scottie an idea. She decides to bribe Irene into a fake dating scheme, which inevitably turns into something real. If that sounds like your style, here are a few other romances you'll enjoy.

Dimple Shah was expecting a lot of things from her summer program: time to explore Stanford, a chance to impress her hero and an escape from her family's obsession with arranging her marriage. What she's not expecting is to meet Rishi, who tells her he's her future husband. When Dimple Met Rishi is an adorable romance about the intersection of tradition, ambition and love.

Heartstopper is a graphic novel about two very different British boys falling in love. Charlie is anxious, awkward and openly gay. Nick is outgoing, on the rugby team and trying to figure himself out. Watching them be drawn together is just lovely and will leave you wanting more. Luckily it's the first in an ongoing series with the third volume coming out this May.

I Think I Love You is a modern f/f reimagining of Much Ado About Nothing. Emma, Sophia and their friends are making a movie. The problem is that Emma is a hopeless romantic who wants to make a rom-com and Sophia thinks that love is dead and wants to make something serious and artistic. Their friends can't listen to them fight anymore, so they decide to hatch a plot. They tell both girls that the other one has a secret crush on her. When they stop seeing each other as rivals their feelings for each other start to get complicated.

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