Romantic Fantasy Books for Teens

Romance and fantasy go together like, well, Bella and Edward. Teens who sigh over love stories and like nothing better than finding themselves lost in other worlds are sure to fall for the books on this list.

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Spellbinding romantic fantasy with feisty heroine, violence.
By Franny Billingsley
(2011)
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Twilight for cat lovers.
By Colleen Houck
(2011)
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Romantic fairy fantasy, milder than Twilight.
By Aprilynne Pike
(2009)
 
Dreamy, lyrical supernatural Southern romance.
By Kami Garcia, Margaret Stohl
(2010)
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Fallen angels are the new, more charming vampires.
By Lauren Kate
(2010)
 
Engaging start to bestselling Gemma Doyle trilogy.
By Libba Bray
(2009)
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Fun, provoking start to dystopian series for teens.
By Ally Condie
(2011)
 
Bloodthirsty horses star in thrilling coming-of-age tale.
By Maggie Stiefvater
(2011)
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Does for werewolves what Twilight did for vampires.
By Maggie Stiefvater
(2009)
 
Overlong but engrossing popular vampire romance.
By Stephenie Meyer
(2007)
 
Intriguing romantic fantasy will make readers want a sequel.
By Sabaa Tahir
(2015)
 
Dynamic writing sets intense angel romance apart.
By Laini Taylor
(2011)
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Stellar fantasy heroine in mature action-adventure/romance.
By Kristin Cashore
(2009)
 
Hard-edged romantic adventure set in a dystopian future.
By Veronica Rossi
(2012)
 
Mature dystopian fantasy with polygamy, teen pregnancy.
By Lauren DeStefano
(2011)
 
Dark magic, gore, hot faerie romance mark mature fantasy.
By Sarah J. Maas
(2015)
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Illusionists compete in dream-like literary romance.
By Erin Morgenstern
(2011)