I love a fake dating trope! It often means couples who can't stand each other or don't think they like each other. Of course, they are WRONG.
This is an update on a fake dating post on Jen Ryland Reviews, where you can see the full list of 15 books!
New YA Books With Fake Dating
The British Girl's Guide to Hurricanes and Heartbreak by Laura Taylor Namey (2023)
The Love Match by Priyanka Taslim (2023)
Zahra Khan is practically Bangladeshi royalty, but being a princess doesn’t pay the bills in New Jersey.
They Hate Each Other by Amanda Woody (2023)
There are plenty of words Jonah Collins could use to describe Dylan Ramírez. “Arrogant,” “spoiled,” and “golden boy” to name a few.
The Girl Next Door by Cecelia Vinesse (2023)
Film club nerd Cleo Ferrara’s senior year was like a screenplay script waiting to be filmed. She knew the scenes, the players, and the eventual happy ending. Attend film school with her boyfriend, Daniel Sheridan. Become a film-making power couple. Take Hollywood by storm.
Seven Percent of Ro Deveraux by Ellen O’Clover (2023)
Forward March by Skye Quinlan (2022)
Harper “Band Geek” McKinley just wants to make it through her senior year of marching band―and her Republican father’s presidential campaign.
Meet Cute Diary by Emery Lee (2022)
Noah Ramirez thinks he’s an expert on romance. He has to be for his popular blog, the Meet Cute Diary, a collection of trans happily ever afters.