If you like Bookends by Jane Green

Bookends by Jane Green

Let me tell you about a few others that might appeal to


What My Mother Doesn't Know by Sonya Sones.
Meet Sophie. She sees herself as the too-tall "Mount Everest of teenage
girls," who, along with her friends, often suffers from "lackonookie
disease." She's dating smoky, sexy Dylan, covertly chatting online with
"cybersoul"-mate Chaz, and secretly nursing a crush on sweet, geeky
Murphy. If you like this one, it has a sequel called What My Girlfriend
Doesn't Know.


Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers.
Rivers has rewritten a secular historical romance of the same name
(Bantam, 1991) for the Christian market, and it is a splendid piece of
work exploring both physical love and a love of God. Angel, a young,
hardened prostitute sold into "the life" as a child, has no interest in
God or religion. Then she meets Michael Hosea, a devout Christian who
tells her it is his mission to save her. After being badly beaten, Angel
decides to take Michael up on his offer of marriage. Eventually, she
learns not only to love Michael but to love God as well.


Until Tomorrow (Christy and Todd book 1) - by Robin Jones Gunn.
"Christy and Todd are joined by their best buddy, Katie, as they traipse
around Europe for three weeks. Traveling from the fjords of Norway to
the canals of Venice, their relationships are tested when their varying
agendas conflict."--Container.



Icing on the Lake by Catherine Clark.
After her older sister Gretchen breaks her leg skiing, 18 year-old
Kristen moves in to help with her 3 year-old nephew. Kristen's New
Year's resolution is to get a boyfriend and she gets her chance when she
meets twin brothers who shovel the snow outside her house. The problem
is - she likes them both! Catherine Clark writes lots of romances, so
you might find others by her too.