New Adult Romance Books

The new adult romance books target youths both male and female. This genre, a subgenre of fiction books, has three main subcategories. The main character is usually a young teenage male or female experiencing the challenges and thrills of teenage life. A popular example is Colleen Hoover’s young adult theme book “it ends with us”

There are three main branches of juvenile romance fiction.

First, let me begin with a snippet paranormal romance.

New Adult Paranormal Romance Books and Stories

Fiction such as Twilight by Stephenie Meyer and Evermore by Alyson Noel

Teenagers who are thrilled by romance fantasy and paranormal often read stories involving one or more of these themes: –

Vampire and werewolf’s fiction stories

Urban fantasy love stories for teenagers

Time travel fiction books and other supernatural romance themes.

Second, the young adult romance literature also includes the subgenre of evangelical romance

Evangelical Romance for Young Adults | Christian Romance

Christian romance or evangelical romance books for teens narrate themes which align to and respect the Christian faith and usually the families of the main character are in the picture.

Writers often include themes to reveal the power of God in everyday life and in relationships as well as provide entertainment.

Evangelical romance for young adults is a popular genre due to its portrayal of the Christian faith in the decision-making process of the youth when it comes to dating and being a social fit.

Examples of evangelical romance fiction include the Christian historical fiction book Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers. Contemporary Christian romance book A Girl’s Guide to the Outback

by Jessica Kate is also another popular book for the young adult Christian.

Finally, dystopian romance that target teenagers.

Dystopian Romance Fiction Books for Teenagers

This genre features the juvenile navigating life in a society where there is misery in one way or the other.

Typically, the human catastrophes included either environmental suffering, war, famine, and mass health problems such as pandemics and other sicknesses.