BookTok: Enemies To Lovers

On this week’s BookTok, we recommend to you some YA novels that feature the enemies to lovers trope!

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Welcome back to Bookstr’s BookTok recommendations! In this week’s edition, we will be recommending you some great books that feature the enemies to lovers trope! Who doesn’t love such a good, exciting transition of the character’s relationships? Personally, there is nothing that amounts to a better conflict. This week’s books are recommended to us by @maditasbibliotheca on TikTok, a fellow bookworm, and book enthusiast.

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Tweet Cute by Emma Lord

A YA rom-com that is absolutely and adorably irresistible. Emma Lord explores how the paths we take, and the choices that we make ultimately all happen for a reason. Also, love can be found in the most unexpected places. Pepper is a swim team captain, chronic overachiever, and all-around perfectionist who thinks she just doesn’t have time for love until it falls into her lap.

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Under the Lights by Abbi Glines

A YA book: Three teens from a small town are stuck in a dramatic love triangle. Willa can’t undo the past that has brought her to where she is, but she can achieve her goal of earning her family’s forgiveness for her faults?

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Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor

This book follows a demon’s assistant, Karou, who helps collect teeth for the family of her youth. She fills her sketchbooks with monsters that may or may not be real, and she has blue hair that glows. A young art student gets entranced by this blue-haired demon, yet she does not know the truth-who is she?

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A Curse so Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer

This is a book that completes the Cursebreaker series; it follows the story of Harper Lacy and Prince Rhen who is the cursed heir to a fairytale kingdom. Prince Rhen must fall in love to break his curse. He thought that falling in love with a girl would be easy, but that was before he turned into a hell-bent monster of destruction. He destroyed his castle and his land, and with the help of Harper, they may just be able to save the kingdom.

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Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi

This is another YA novel that tells the story of someone who has been dealt very difficult cards in life. It is a dystopian thriller and follows a girl named Juliette who has a gifted, lethal touch. She has been locked away for about 300 days, and now the government wants to use her abilities as a weapon.

For more BookTok recommendations, check out last week’s edition here!

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