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+5 YA Books where Best Friends fall in love
But the highlight of the whole thing is Harper Knight, who comments every day at exactly in the afternoon. Then Camilla Carter arrives on the scene. Sam is determined to ignore her, except that Camilla has a plan of her own — and he seems to be a part of it! Sam believes that everything he needs to know he can learn from the movies. This was the YA Books where best friends fall in love list, hope you liked it! Toggle navigation.
Colton and Alexis have been friends for a very long time, but before they can be together, they have to break through a lot of challenges. But through it all, they remained friends. And through it all, their feelings for one another never change. Sylvie and Brady are best friends, and when Sylvie wants Brady to impregnate her because she wants a baby, he has to think about it first. The only problem is, Sylvie wants the arrangement to be mechanical and impersonal, while Brady wants to make a baby the old-fashioned way. This is a relationship that starts out fairly sedate, but which becomes tormented, then heavily contemplated, and finally, intimate.
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More likely than not, you know what it feels like to have a crush on a friend. Maybe you thought inconvenient romantic feelings would stop making appearances after high school, but, well, you were wrong. Luckily, there are plenty of books about best friends falling in love to help you navigate the emotional turbulence of being in love with someone you already trust wholeheartedly. It can be extremely confusing to realize that you might like someone as more than a friend : Do they feel the same way? Should you tell them? What if you tell them, and they don't feel the same way — will the friendship be ruined forever?
Falling in love may be a unique experience for everyone, but love stories, on the other hand, tend to rely on the same tropes. Frantic confessions of love at the airport gate, fake fiances-turned-real romantic interests, forbidden love — from the heartwarming to the outrageous, we've read these stories time and time again, but it doesn't stop us from loving books about falling in love with your best friend. But why? It's a familiar story we can all relate to. When I was a teenager, my first boyfriend was my childhood friend from down the street. He's was the first person I really kissed, the first boy I went on serious dates with, and even the guy I lost my virginity to.