Here is a list of books that I really enjoy reading. Please read this post as well. The age that I placed are for younger girls. For example, If you are 14 you will enjoy reading all the books except those in the “Ages 16 and up.” So if you are 18 you can read any of these books and will like them, but if you are 12 I wouldn’t recommend reading books over that age limit. The limits are set by my standards, so they may not be the same as yours, but that’s ok.
You can also follow me on goodreads here. 😀 All books that are linked are linked to either my goodreads review or a blog post I reviewed them on. Read it and see if you think you’d enjoy it.
Books for life/none fiction:
Before you Meet Prince Charming by Sarah Mally
The Pursuit of God by A.W. Tozer [Age 13 and Up, just because of the depth of language, it’s clean for younger readers]
Crazy Love by Francis Chan
His Princess: Love Letters from Your King by Sherie Shepherd.
Circle C Adventures by Susan Marlow
Circle C Milestones by Susan Marlow
Mother Daughter Book Club by Heather Fredrick (this one has a lot of boyfriend talk) [Ages 13 and Up]
Individual Books for ages 16 and up. These are some of my Most Favorite books. I highly recommend reading these books if you are of age. Most of them include boy-girl relationships, but they are not in depth romance. That’s what I try to avoid.
I Thirst by Gina Marinello Sweeney (This book is actually Catholic based, but I love the way it is written. It’s a love or hate book. I love it. Mom hates it. XD)
The Rose and The Sword by Gina Marinello Sweeney (I personally liked this book more than the first one, but I really enjoyed the fact that I read the Prologue because I got to know the characters. I recommend reading both.)
Just Between You and Me by Jenny B. Jones
Out of Time by Nadine Brandes [This is a rather graphic and intense Sci-fi trilogy. Not recommended if you are sensitive to death and… It’s sort of a thriller type thing.]
Crossroads by Paul Willis [Another intense sci-fi. Recommended for boys too]
Andora’s Folly by Abigayle Claire
Kiera by Kate Willis [HIGHLY RECCOMENDED for girls who like sci-fi, and even for those who don’t]