5 Queer YA Romances I Need to Read Right Now #Connect5Friday

Hi guys, welcome! Ever since I read The Prince and The Dressmaker and Heartstopper, Queer YA romance has become my go to genre for comfort read because they are just so cute, wholesome and beautiful. So I thought why not make a post talking about the Queer YA romances that are on my immediate TBR.

Connect Five Friday is a feature/link up hosted by Book Date. For this feature you will have to make a list of five books or things connected to books. There is no set topic, so you can make a list of any bookish things.

So let’s begin.

Check Please! by Ngozi Ukazu

On the top of my list is Check Please!, a m/m graphic novel that I really need to read soon, swoon over it and give it 5 stars.

I wish you all the best by Mason Deaver

A non-binary teen. Friends to lovers. An inter-racial romance. I am already ready to give this book 5 stars.

Mooncakes by Suzanne Walker

It does not have as many positive reviews as other graphic novels that I have loved. But I still want to give this one a chance. It sounds very cute and heartwarming. And that cover. Damn.

Only Mostly Devastated by Sophie Gonzales

I see jock and m/m romance in the synopsis, I add it to my TBR.

You Should See Me in a Crown by Leah Johnson

I see the word ‘cute’ in a review and the cover looks like that, my index finger automatically clicks Want to Read.

Okay I will end this post here because partially I feel I will add 5 more if I stay here any longer and partially because I am feeling the need to scour the Goodreads for more cute Queer YA goodness.

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Let’s Chat. Have you read any of the books mentioned above? If yes, then did you like them?

12 thoughts on “5 Queer YA Romances I Need to Read Right Now #Connect5Friday

    1. Thank you!!! The cover of You Should See Me in A Crown is so pretty plus everyone is such good things about it…. I just cant wait to read it. Me too, I really hope we both enjoy.

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  1. Love your choice of five books. We all need to read all kinds of books that explore and help us understand diversity. I will put I Wish You all the Best into my wish list.

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    1. Thank you! I am a big believer of reading diversely.
      For instance, I never knew what genderfluid meant before I read The Prince and The Dressmaker. I had heard the term but never really understood its meaning. I think it is really imp to read diversely to truly understand each other.
      And I hope you enjoy I Wish You all the Best!

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  2. I’ve seen a lot of people talk about Mooncakes and I’m wondering whether to grab a copy and see what it is all about. I love it’s cover and I’ve not read a graphic novel before but I imagine it would be a good one to start with. You Should See Me in a Crown is another popular book at the moment and I’d really like to read it. It’s sound really interesting and I don’t read many books outside of Fantasy so I’d like to try and broaden the genres I read. Thanks for the recommendations!

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    1. If you are looking for a graphic novel to start out with, you should definitely check out The Prince and The Dressmaker by Jen Wang. It is the first graphic novel I read and it is still one of my favourite books of all time.

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