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Looking for some new reads. Romance about high school and/or college age. I am a fan of hate to love, brothers best friend, friends to lovers, etc. Some of my favorites are Bully and follow ups by Penelope Douglas, Love and Skate by Lila Felix, Marked Men series by Jay Crown over, Until series by Aurora Rose Reynolds, Ella and Micha series by Jessica Sorenson, among others. Past abuse, angst, depression, tainted past, etc are all things I like as well.
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Beautiful disaster [more complicated or tainted past]
Chasing love series [very steamy/sensual]
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Easy by Tamara Webber
Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarry
Sweet Evil by Wendy Higgins
Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick
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So this is a bit of an odd option but Generation Dead by Daniel Waters is unlike any other high school romance fiction I've ever read. It's a trilogy series - Kiss of Life (2nd book), Passing Strange (3rd book).
A short synopsis would be that certain teenagers in the US are coming back to life, they're unlike any classical 'zombie' you've ever met. They can read, write, move, talk - just at a much slower rate than the 'alives'. The ending is a massive cliffhanger (first book), and I personally can't wait to read the rest.
A more traditional example would probably be the To all the boys I've loved before series by Jenny Han. Not so much a complicated, love-to-hate relationship, but it definitely has a lot of drama - it's also a netflix movie!