We all know the feeling. You reach the end of the book and it ended perfectly but you still want more. Luckily we have a list for you of the perfect companion novels to some of your favorite books. With different characters, places, and adventures, they are sure to draw in.
1. Love & Luck by Jenna Evans Welch
Addie, Lina’s friend from Love & Gelato, is just trying to make it through her aunt’s destination wedding in Ireland but her brother has other plans. Filled with heartbreak, a road trip, and family, Love & Luck is a guide to getting lost and finding your way back.
2. The Red Scrolls of Magic by Cassandra Clare and Wesley Chu
Red Scrolls of Magic is chock full of characters you know and love from the Shadowhunters novels, while revealing the never-before-seen adventure with Alec and Magnus that happens between books. Buckle up – this one is a doozy!
3. There’s Something About Sweetie by Sandhya Menon
If you read When Dimple Met Rishi and found yourself wanting more of the story after it ended, then you’re in luck! Rishi’s brother Ashish stars alongside Sweetie, a self-proclaimed fat athlete who is determined to show the world what she’s really made of. Ash and Sweetie decide to date with something to prove – to themselves, to their families, and the world – but both may be surprised with what they find.
4. Run Away With Me by Mila Gray
While each of the books by Mila Gray features a new story and new characters, all of them have the small-town, coming-of-age dramatic flair. Once you read Come Back to Me, you’ll want to immediately see what other stories lie in these sleepy towns.
5. Broken Lands by Jonathan Maberry
Return to the world of Rot & Ruin with the new series that begins with Broken Lands. There are more dangers than anyone expected once Gabriella and Benny venture into new and unexplored territory.
6. The Immortals Quartet by Tamora Pierce
While these books take place a few years after The Lioness quartet, they feature an entirely new character, Daine, and explores new places in Tortall. Daine has wild magic, magic that lets her speak to animals but is also unpredictable. In the first book, Wild Magic, she’ll learn as much as she can from master mage Numair, but even that might not be enough to battle the powerful Immortals that have escaped into the human realm.