Before the film adaptation of the best-selling 2019 novel of the same name premieres on Amazon this August, prepare to swoon over the unexpected love story between Alex, the son of the president of the United States, and the fictional Prince Henry. International relations have never been so steamy.
Pack your bags for Palm Springs, where the only thing warmer than the air is the heart in Rowley's story about a once-famous gay sitcom star whose unexpected family tragedy leaves him with his niece and nephew for the summer.
In this story of self-discovery and new love that shares its name with Demi Lovato's hit song, Lara's life is turned upside down when a girl she shared a perfect summer with unexpectedly shows up at her school. Can cool for the summer turn warm for the winter? She's about to find out.
We will greedily and gratefully take any content based on the romance between highly-strung, over-thinker Charlie and soft-hearted rugby player Nick. Which is why we are so happy this uplifting series of graphic novels about teen friendship and young love was adapted into a critically acclaimed Netflix series.
If you've ever found yourself wishing The Bachelor franchise was more (or even a little bit!) gay, this is the novel for you. A parody and love letter to our culture's obsession with reality TV and romance, The One finds two contestants realizing they may have more of a connection with each other than the suitor.
What better place to find yourself and fall in love than in New York City? The titular twosome do just that in this 2018 gutsy gem about women finding pleasure and not feeling guilty about it.
In the most talked-about celebrity memoir of 2023, The Umbrella Academy actor, who came out as transgender in 2020, shares intimate details on his relationship with his body and his transition, while also discussing topics such as mental health, assault, love, relationships and sex.
Three very different women each struggle to build an authentic life in Whittall's insightful examination of sexuality, gender and motherhood.
A queer, feminist take on Mary Shelley's gothic classic Frankenstein? SOLD.
When recently divorced Garland Moore heads off to a sleepaway camp for adults, she doesn't anticipate reconnecting with a man from her past—and she definitely doesn't expect to fall head over heels for his sister instead of him in this charming rom-com.
In her debut novel, the pop star delivers a coming-of-age YA romance based on her breakthrough hit song and viral video. Spoiler alert: It's a total bop.
In her dazzling debut, Jakobson deftly explores themes such as loss, friendship and moving on from past traumas with the perfect balance of heart and humor.
Voskuni's debut centers on a bisexual Armenian-American rediscovering her roots while also embracing who she is becoming when she finds herself drawn to a witchy woman.
Told in serial episodes filled with wit, warmth and wryness, With Teeth takes a bite out of the complicated marriage between the slightly neurotic Sammi and her workaholic wife Monika as they struggle to parent their difficult—and potentially dangerous—son.
What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. Except when you are an over-achiever who drunkenly married a woman whose name you don't even know. That is exactly what new doctor Grace does in Rogers' breakout 2021 novel that we are impatiently waiting to be adapted into a movie. Netflix, you up?