David Yoon is back with another fantastic teen fiction rom-com, Super Fake Love Song, about Sunny Dae—self-proclaimed total nerd—who kind of accidentally lets the coolest girl he's ever met think he fronts for a band. The problem is, he's genuinely falling for her and revealing his secret will end it all, so he just digs himself deeper and deeper by maintaining the lie. If you're a fan of fun, lighthearted romance books (and who isn't right now? I mean really?), here are some other options for you.
Charming as A Verb by Ben Philippe follows Henri, star debater and dutiful first-generation Haitian son, as well as dog walker for his wealthy NYC neighbors. Only Corinne seems immune to his charms, and when she uncovers the less than legit way he's getting dog-walking clients, she blackmails him into helping her change her image at school. What starts as a mutual hustle may turn into real feelings, and neither Henri nor Corinne signed up for that.
In Rent A Boyfriend by Gloria Chao, Chloe Wang is too busy to find a guy, so she hires a boyfriend from Rent for Your 'Rents, a company specializing in providing fake boyfriends trained to impress even the most traditional Asian parents. But when she catches feelings for her date, Drew Chan, who is not 'Rent-worthy, she has to figure out what she wants before she loses everything.
Nathan Bird doesn't believe happy endings. But his best-friend-turned-girlfriend-turned-best-friend-again, Florence, is set on making sure Nate finds someone else in This Is Kind of An Epic Love Story by Kacen Callender, who has changed their name since this book was published. And in a delightful twist, someone does come along: Oliver James Hernández, his childhood best friend.