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8 Can’t Miss YA Romances for Valentine’s Day

February 8, 2018
The Riveted Team
YA Fiction Is Our Addiction
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Get into that romantic feeling!

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, we wanted to share the love and give you the opportunity to read some of our favorite YA romances for FREE.

Plus! We’re giving you the opportunity to enter for a chance to win a copy of all our free reads plus a copy of American Panda by Gloria Chao, and an advanced copy of Emergency Contact by Mary H.K. Choi!

To All the Boys I Loved Before by Jenny HAn

Enjoy the following romances for FREE all month long!

Since You’ve Been Gone by Morgan Matson

Emily is about to embark on the most exciting summer of her life thanks to a list of dares from her friend Sloane, and her summer of first leads her to the dishy Frank Porter…

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The Last Boy and Girl in the World by Siobhan Vivian

After a tragedy strikes their town, Keeley makes a decision to take her shot at winning over the boys she’s loved forever before they all have to say goodbye.

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Love & Gelato by Jenna Evans Welch

A road trip across Tuscany leads Lina on a magical journey, finding love, art, and secret bakeries as she travels.

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Alex, Approximately by Jenn Bennett

This YA twist on the film You’ve Got Mail will leave you smitten. Movie buff Bailey is tail-over-tea-kettle for “Alex” a boy she thinks is wonderful…too bad he turns out to be her biggest enemy, Porter Roth.

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Under the Lights by Abbi Glines

Former friends Brady and Willa find their way back to one another in a story of heartbreak, forgiveness, and being true to yourself.

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When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon

Dimple and Rishi clash in this opposites attract story that is destined to leave you swooning as you read

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Come Back to Me by Mila Gray

Jessa and Kit’s heart-wrenching story will leave you riveted and flipping through the pages as their difficult and poignant love story unfolds.

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To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han

Lara Jean’s love life gets complicated when letters she wrote make their way out into the world.

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American Panda by Gloria Chao

Mei’s parents have a plan for her, and her crush on classmate Darren is most certainly not a part of them!

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65 Responses to 8 Can’t Miss YA Romances for Valentine’s Day


  1. thequeen23 says:

    I’d love to spoil myself and a couple friends with some cute galentines reading

  2. roulyettes says:

    I would give these books to my friend Megan. We go to the library and pick out books for each other. We also give each other book recommendations. I would keep one for myself though so I can read it whenever I want.

  3. bookishsally says:

    I would definitely give it to myself. I love love love books. Thanks for the chance.

  4. heatherzilla says:

    I would share with my BFF.

  5. sayrah_meatcow says:

    Cute, contemporary romances are kind of my guilty pleasure. None of my friends are really fans of the genre, so more for me!

  6. Sage says:

    My BFF! We both love to read.

  7. Regmars says:

    I would share these books these books with my bff.

  8. Vicky says:

    I would keep them all (lending to my friends, of course) except for To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and Love and Gelato because I already own those! I’d gift them away 🙂

    (also can Love and Luck PLEASE COME FASTER UGH!!! the anticipation is so big.)

  9. Karla says:

    I would give these to my daughter! She is a huge fan of the romance genre!💜

  10. theresajs says:

    I will give them to myself!!! But then once I’ve read them, I’ll pass them along to others!

  11. RobertsRM93 says:

    I’d share these with my students!

  12. kmarie515 says:

    Love a good YA romance, and these would make a great addition to my shelf!

  13. yellowdaze says:

    In the spirit of love season I would share these with my very special someone <3
    Finally a giveaway where I'm not a mine-o-saur lol

  14. ladyl3na says:

    i am single this valentines, so these would be a gift from me, for me, but if my tentative plans for a singles valentines party come through, i think i might use these as gifts instead. spread the love ^_^

  15. bookstorm says:

    I would keep some for myself and share the rest of the prize with friends!

  16. Daisy Annaliese says:

    I would definitely give these books to my sister. First and foremost, she loves books. She’s the kind of person who rather spend her weekends and barns and nobles rather than anywhere else. And secondly, she’s never had a boyfriend not because they don’t like her but because she’s waiting for the right guy, meaning she’s not getting anything from anyone on Valentine’s day,so I feel like she would really enjoy these books. ❤

  17. offthepages says:

    I’d love to keep some books and give the others as a gift to my friends because they’ve been dying for those books as well (American Panda & When Dimple Met Rishi) because it relates to us so much. I’ll definitely share the books with whoever I meet – these amazing worlds can’t just be for one person. :’)

  18. fabulozna says:

    I’d definitely keep the books for myself because I love love reading and YA romance is my weakness. Guess you could say I’m selfish when it comes to books.

  19. I’d keep all but one because I already own When Dimple Met Rishi. I’d give that one to a friend.

  20. holbrooka says:

    I love reading and I hope for a chance to read these books!

  21. nkechii says:

    I love Morgan Matson and “Since You’ve Been Gone” has definitely been on my tbr list. I really hope I win!

  22. delinaf says:

    I’d love to win all of these sweet titles <3

  23. I would give some to my teens and save some for myself!

    Thanks for the chance!

  24. Weeziel40er says:

    Oh I would gift them to myself for Valentine’s Day, of course! I love YA romance and I haven’t been a YA in over 10 years! :O It’s just so wonderful!!

  25. smstuart says:

    I would probably keep a few and do a giveaway for the rest! <3

  26. Tash says:

    I would honestly say I would split the books between myself & my sister who originally got me so dedicated to reading. Plus, we both agree Valentine’s Day is lame so we could turn it into a book celebration & sister love instead ;D

  27. reneejr says:

    I would devour them first then share with my friends and family.

  28. lurkykitty says:

    I’d read them first then share with friends.

  29. CamilleB6 says:

    Me and my sister love to read, so I’d share them with her.

  30. Melinda153 says:

    My daughter and I would like to read this great selection of books.

  31. Deborah says:

    I would keep them but share them with my sister!

  32. mymbaz says:

    I would give them to myself for Valentine’s day (self-love is important) and I would also share some with my sister and my cousin who loves to read.

  33. alig1020 says:

    I’d keep them for myself, but share the love by passing them onto family after I’m done.

  34. I would give Under the Lights and The Last Boy and Girl in the World to my daughter and the rest I would put in my organization’s library.

  35. fluffycat says:

    I would give a lot of them to myself and some to my friends for Galentines Day! Every year, we are stuck at home, and I think it would be fun to having a reading party with some YA romance books. We are so excited to read all of these titles; however, we are on a budget since we are in college.😁 Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  36. saschad says:

    I would definitely share, because I’ve read a couple of these already, and keep and savor the others before sharing them too.

  37. Tiffany says:

    I would give this to myself for a Valentine’s Day gift… I am a lonely potato 🥔.☹️

  38. cgigous says:

    I would keep some and give some to my friends. These are great titles and we all like the romance genre.

  39. I would give the ones I already own to my best bookish friend as a Galentine’s gift and enjoy the rest! Thanks so much for this awesome chance!

  40. HerondaleGirl07 says:

    I would give it to my best friend who’s an adorable bookworm, just like me. And she just loves romances. That is like the one genre that she can’t live without. And also because her parents are kinda strict about novels and she doesn’t get much chance to buy them. So I would really want her to have these. Also because I’ve spent so many Valentine’s Days with her, crying about my single status and these will be a thank you gift for listening and putting up with my rants.

  41. xxAmyLeighxx says:

    I would have to say myself but I would let my sister & bff read them too!

  42. lupinised says:

    I’m always planning on doing a book version of Sisterhood of Travelling Pants so if I end up winning any of these, I’m shipping them off to friends!

  43. smlashley876 says:

    I would be selfish and give these books to myself because they’re all so cute and on my TBR list 🙂

  44. DecGrl89 says:

    Definitely myself! Contemporary books are my jam!

  45. 714dave says:

    I’m selfish, I would keep it for myself.

  46. alyssayuri says:

    I’m going to hoard them!!! Lol! If my book best friend was with would definitely share it with her 🙂

  47. TheLeftArrow says:

    I would give them to my mum as a gift since she loves romance novels!

  48. meridianhc says:

    I’d keep these for myself and my sister, who is also my best friend. I’d definitely lend them to other friends, too!

  49. davids12 says:

    I would so keep the ones I don’t own so I would have a good book to snuggle up to on Valentine’s Day but the 2 that i already own from this list I would give to my best friend cause she deserves all the love this Valentine’s Day ❤️

  50. booknerdlove says:

    I would keep some for myself and then I would give some of them to my friends.

  51. Nabi7654 says:

    I may own all the books but im the librarian for my family and dont even charge them if its overdue.

  52. Rowanartist says:

    I don’t know who I’d give some of these to – not sure who I know who would really enjoy them, but I just finished reading “When Dimple Met Rishi” and I would be happy to have it on my shelf! I don’t tend to reread books but to have this on my self to remind me would make me quite happy!

  53. Leanne014 says:

    I want to read them first before sharing them with one of my best friends

  54. Alexa says:

    I would save some for myself and some for my friends as well ^-^

  55. 3wonders says:

    I would share with my friend at work and the trade so we can both read them.

  56. hasnakanan says:

    I’d gift them to myself… But I’d definitely let anyone that wants to read them borrow them.

  57. A Broken Zebra says:

    I’d keep a few and gift the others.

  58. I’d share these with my friends! But I’d keep American Panda for myself because I’ve been so excited about it!

  59. hotstuff28 says:

    Honestly I would give 1/2 to my daughter Bethany, and the others to me.

  60. Ms_Juanita1311 says:

    I’m selfish, I’m keeping it all.

  61. cris420 says:

    I’d read the most interesting ones first, then loan them out to whoever asked.

  62. miss K says:

    I would read them first then donate them to my public library.

  63. Azzaky says:

    I would give the books to my sister Abla📚✨🤓

  64. rachelisce says:

    I would 100% give this prize pack to myself! And then, after reading them, I’d give the books to the library.

  65. booklady says:

    I would provide some chocolate and tissues as a reading event for the books. 🙂

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