I am SO excited that Never Have I Ever season 2 is here and can’t wait to watch it! So to celebrate, it’s time for a fun book rec list—here are 5 books you need to read next if you love the show!
“Fourteen-year-old Iranian-American Parvin Mohammadi sets out to win the ultimate date to homecoming in this heartfelt and outright hilarious debut.“
If you’re looking for a book with a similar voice starring a younger teen with a “loud” personality, this hilarious debut is perfect! Parvin also has an awesome friend group just like Devi.
TODAY TONIGHT TOMORROW
“The Hating Game meets Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist by way of Morgan Matson in this unforgettable romantic comedy about two rival overachievers whose relationship completely transforms over the course of twenty-four hours.“
Obsessed with Devi and Ben’s academic rivalry turned to maybe something more? Then you’ll love Today Tonight Tomorrow as two academic rivals spend the last 24-hours of their high school career together . . . and realize maybe it wasn’t hate they’ve been feeling all these years. Check out my aesthetic!
WHEN DIMPLE MET RISHI
“The rom-com everyone’s talking about! Eleanor & Park meets Bollywood in this hilarious and heartfelt novel about two Indian-American teens whose parents conspire to arrange their marriage.“
Interested in Kamala’s arranged marriage? You’ll want to check out When Dimple Met Rishi next! And of course, this book stars Indian-American teens!
A CUBAN GIRL’S GUIDE TO TEA AND TOMORROW
“Love & Gelato meets Don’t Date Rosa Santos in this charming, heartfelt story following a Miami girl who unexpectedly finds love—and herself—in a small English town.”
Looking for more stories that explore grief? Be sure to check out A Cuban Girl’s Guide to Tea and Tomorrow, a charming novel following a teen who recently lost her beloved grandmother. Check out my aesthetic!
FROM LITTLE TOKYO, WITH LOVE
“Celebrated author Sarah Kuhn reinvents the modern fairy tale in this intensely personal yet hilarious novel of a girl whose search for a storybook ending takes her to unexpected places in both her beloved LA neighborhood and her own guarded heart.”
Do you love Devi’s anger and want to see more teenage girls like her? You’ll love Rika and her temper in From Little Tokyo, With Love!