Recommendation Post | Cry-Worthy & Heart-Touching Young Adult Contemporary Books – Part #1 💧

 💧 Hi, friends! How are you? I hope you’re doing great and having a day full of good reading & precious moments. ❤️ Today I’ve decided to do again a kind of mini-series here on the blog, after a while of doing one, where we’ll focus on those Contemporary YA books that have touched my heart, have made me reflect, have provoked me to think, have taken me through paths of many feelings and above all, are those stories that move something inside of you which makes them almost unforgettable. 🥺🌟 
Honestly, I was going to bring you a top 5, but in the end, I would have to leave many excellent books out of the list, so that’s why I decided to make it a 3 part series, which I’ll spread over three months from now, this way we’ll have one of these posts every month from April to June. 🙌🏻 

Many of these books have, of course, already been mentioned in other of my posts over the years 😊, and I even think most of them are on my massive list of 5-star Worthy Contemporaries (I’ll leave that post HERE in case you want to check it out!) and, in other posts related to books that touch on serious and sensitive topics, but I still wanted to come back after a long time with this kind of appreciation posts where I highlight these AMAZING, HEART-TOUCHING works, as I think they’re all really worth it. 🥰 Plus, obviously, it’s an updated list with new books I’ve read recently and I think they also deserve their place on this kind of list. 🔥 
The books will not be placed in any particular order, guys, they’re randomly placed, they’re all really amazing and are more than recommended by me. As you will notice in the title, I’ve decided to go for the word “Cry-Worthy” 😭 as they’re mostly books that have moved me on a deeper level, and as I’m very sensitive they have honestly made me cry, which isn’t to say that they’re particularly super sad or anything like that, but they’ll undoubtedly touch a part of you due to their sensitive themes of all kinds, from family issues, personal growth, strength, loss, faith, love, and much more. So basically if you want to feel touched by a book this is the right place for you! 😍 

I’ve decided to do this mini-series focusing on contemporary stories, and even if some of them have some magical aspect, they’re all stories focused on the contemporary subject as such. I’ve decided to talk about contemporaries now, as I plan to maybe do another post where we can talk a bit more about those books that are deeply significant for me within the fantasy genre, as well. 👍🏻 Obviously, I hope this is something you enjoy a lot, and you can hopefully find many books to add to your TBR.⚡️ You know I love to know what you think so feel free to leave me your comments 💞 & now yes, without further ado LET’S GET STARTED! 💧 

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Books that are Worth the Hype 👏🏻

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 💞 Hi, guys, I hope you’re having a beautiful day, full of incredible readings. Today I want to talk a little bit with you and recommend some books that are, for me, worth the hype. These books that I’ll mention below, are books that I’ve read and personally, I’ve LOVED, I recommend each one of them, are fantastic.
I know that sometimes the hype can stop you or make you feel insecure when it comes to deciding whether to read a book or not, I know about that, in fact whenever I read a book that has a lot of hype I’m thinking that I’ll hate it and I’ll be the only one with an unpopular opinion, because that’s always what happens to me 😅, but with these books I could really share the passion for. For this reason, I felt that I had to make a top with my favorite readings with a lot of hype because if I like them, I think you would like them, as well. 💞Read More »

Stand-Alone Books Recs (Part 3)

I’ve been so busy this week, it really sucks, I’m so sorry for not being able to upload as many posts as I usually do, but I know you feel me, I guess we all have this type of week sometimes.
I take advantage of this post to tell you that I’m currently reading Let’s Talk About Love by Claire Kann and I’m enjoying it, the only reason why I haven’t finished it’s because I haven’t had the time, but it’s a really light , fun and honest book. I hope to finish it this weekend and upload a review about it (hopefully)



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I hope you’re having a great day. Today I bring you some recommendations from my favorite stand-alone books, there are a lot of them so I’ll be making these recommendations every Friday for the next weeks showing only 5 books in each post to make it more orderly and cause I want to recommend to you all my favs stand-alones for you to get to know them and maybe even you want to add them to your TBR!, that would make me super happy. Besides, who doesn’t want a good stand-alone sometimes, right?.

You can find my previous Stand-Alone Recs here:

Stand-Alone Books Recs #1

Stand-Alone Books Recs #2

I hope you enjoy my recommendations and as I always say, I would love to know yours.    I have 4 more recommendation post if you’re interested:

Paranormal Books Recs

Fast-Paced Contemporary Books Recs

LGBT Books Recs!

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Fantasy Books Recs

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Hi guys I hope you’re having a great day! Today I bring you some recommendations from my favorite fantasy books, I haven’t made a recommendation post for a long time and I love doing them, I love sharing my favorites with you and that you also tell me about yours, so I thought it was time to make another one.
I have 2 more post of this type if you’re interested: Fast-Paced Contemporary Books Recs & LGBT Books Recs!
I’ve had a fantastic fantasy month, I’ve been reading this genre a lot and one book is better than the other, this has inspired me a lot to make this post, recommending those that I’ve enjoyed the most, but above all, I would say that this post is inspired mainly by The Midnight Star (The Young Elites, # 3) by Marie Lu and also of course by the great revelation of this year: The Cruel Prince (The Folk of the Air, # 1) by Holly Black, so without further ado, let’s start!Read More »