In the mood for feisty females leads and love-hate relationships? These New Adult books are perfect for readers going on a gap year, living out of home, and falling in and out love.
Limelight - Daisy Buchanan
The irresistible new novel from Daisy Buchanan, the queen of the unconventional love story. Frankie has a love-hate relationship with the spotlight. She only ever feels seen when she uploads risque photos to her small community of online fans. She creates a new her: confident, sexy and utterly unrecognisable from the real Frankie.
Exciting Times - Naoise Dolan
When you leave Ireland aged 22 to spend your parents' money, it's called a gap year. When Ava leaves Ireland aged 22 to make her own money, she's not sure what to call it, but it involves money, love, cynicism, unspoken feelings and unlikely connections.
Queenie - Candice Carty-Williams
A darkly comic and raw depiction of a young woman trying to navigate her way in the world, QUEENIE is about identity, independence and carving your own path. For fans of Dolly Alderton, Sally Rooney, and Fleabag.
Woman, Eating - Claire Kohda
'A profound meditation on alienation and appetite, and what it means to be a young woman who experiences life at an acute level of intensity and awareness' - LISA HARDING. A unique take on the vampire trope, exploring complex issues of race and body image.
Women Don't Owe You Pretty - Florence Given
Protect your energy, discover that you are the love of your own life, and realise that today is a wonderful day to dump them. Florence Given is here to remind you that you owe men nothing, least of all pretty.
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