Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday!
Today’s topic is:
A while back I did a TTT post on books that helped pave the way from YA to NA. I decided that for my freebie topic today, I’m going to give you more examples with:
Ten Books to Help You Transition from YA to NA (Part 2)
1. If you liked Pushing the Limits, try This is Falling.
What they have in common: Big on emotions and baseball. They also are first books in a great series.
2. If you liked Autoboyography, try Goodbye Paradise.
What they have in common: LBGTQ+ romances with a religious aspect.
3. If you liked What Happened to Goodbye, try The Simple Wild.
What they have in common: emotional and physical journeys to learn about their parents and the past. Oh, and cute romances.
4. If you liked P.S. I Like You, try Let’s Get Textual.
What they have in common: both books fall in the cute romance category and anonymous communication before they figure out who the messages are coming from.
5. If you liked Alex, Approximately, try Where I Belong.
What they have in common: summer vibes, moving, and fun romances.
6. If you liked The Heartbreakers, try Cake.
What they have in common: Sweet rock star romances with some heavy emotions and topics.
7. If you liked Fallen Crest High, try Addicted to You.
What they have in common: darker, edgier, and angsty. Both also have a group of friends/family that you want to know all about.
8. If you liked The Field Party, try Kick Push.
What they have in common: there’s big emotions in both of these. They have female MCs who don’t speak due to past trauma and supportive guys.
9. If you liked On the Fence, try The Friend Zone.
What they have in common: best friends to more, sports.
10. If you liked Delicate Monsters, try Marrow.
What they have in common: to put it plainly, they’re both super messed up. Dark and twisted — great for psychological thriller readers.