5 Best Books Like It’S Kind Of A Funny Story Update 05/2022

Anna and the French Kiss (Anna and the French Kiss #1)

by Stephanie Perkins

For her senior year in Atlanta, Anna is excited to have a great job, a loyal best friend, and a crush on the verge of becoming more. So when she is sent to a boarding school in Paris, she isn’t too happy about it…until she meets √Čtienne St. Clair. √Čtienne has it all: intelligence, charisma, and physical beauty…plus a committed romantic partner.

However, in the City of Light, dreams can come true. Will their long-awaited French kiss put an end to a year of romantic near-misses?

While It Lasts (Sea Breeze #3)

by Abbi Glines

There was no telling whether or not getting behind the wheel after downing several (or more) shots of tequila had been a mistake, but he didn’t think so. To pull him over, the cops must have been bored to tears. The man hadn’t even attempted to do a u-turn! That’s Cage York’s version of events, and he intends to stick by it.

As a result, his baseball coach doesn’t believe him. After he was arrested for DUI, Cage was given a free ride to the local junior college to play baseball. He must decide whether or not he will quit school and give up on his dream of playing college baseball, or if he will comply with his coach’s demands and work in the fields this summer.

When she was eight years old, Eva Brooks began to meticulously map out her future. She’d never wavered from her course of action. These goals had been centered around her next door neighbor, Josh Beasley. For years, she’d been infatuated with him, even kissing him on the lips when she was just seven years old. It all came crashing down the moment she received a phone call from Josh’s mother informing her that her son had been killed along with four other soldiers north of Baghdad.

For the sake of his scholarship, Cage is willing to put up with his cramped quarters and daily encounters with the cows in the barn. One would think that only the most depraved man would punish himself by working on a farm all summer. A Southern boy isn’t waiting for a hot babe in a bikini to complete her vacation. He and the cows were the only ones there.

An uptight brunette with some of the biggest blue eyes ever seen, as well as a snarky blonde. In the end, she doesn’t count because he’s pretty sure she’d sooner see him hanging from the rafters than allow him have one taste of her beautiful tiny lips.

Ruin (Ruin #1)

by Rachel Van Dyken

There is nothing normal about me. For so long, I’ve been running from the memories that haunt me, and despair has become my only source of solace.. It wasn’t until Wes Michals offered to be my light that I realized how content I was in the shadows.
In my ignorance, I didn’t realize how quickly the clock was ticking away at the end of something that seemed to be on a collision course with my own demise. He was trying to warn me. Even though he pledged to give me everything he had, he knew it wouldn’t be enough. When you believe you’ve reached the end of the road, you may only be at the beginning. But in trying to save me, Wes ended up doing more harm than good. After one kiss, one touch I couldn’t go back to the way I was; I couldn’t return to the way I was. As a result, I began to feel his heartbeat as my own.

With This Heart

by R.S. Grey

The idea that I was going to fall in love, embark on a cross-country road trip, ride a Triceratops, sing in a bar, and lose my virginity had crossed my mind a year earlier.
Until I met Beckham, that is.
My carelessness was mostly due to Beck’s influence. Beck swooped into my life like he had a mission to make sure I never took life for granted. There were no boundaries, no restrictions, and a kiss was supposed to come when I least anticipated it, he taught me.

The story turn with Beck caught me off guard. I was on the verge of dying for two months before I met him. At the point where I’d given up all hope, I was abruptly granted a new lease of life. I was determined not to let this opportunity pass me by.
We had nothing to lose and no idea what the future held when we set out on our road trip.
We went on a road trip because we were in love.
The kind of love that burns like a raging fire.
It was the kind of love I couldn’t get back from even if I had a map.
**Due to language and sexual circumstances, this film is best suited to those over the age of 17.

Love Lessons (Love Lessons #1)

by Heidi Cullinan

When it comes to love, there’s no syllabus.
Kelly Davidson had waited a long time to leave his small-minded, small town high school. Finding his Prince Charming isn’t as simple as it seems when he arrives at Hope University. Everyone has already left the building. There is a good chance that Kelly is the lone virgin on the college.

To make matters worse, his new roommate is the charming, handsome, gay campus Casanova, whose bed has a revolving door. Walter Lucas does not believe in fairy tale romance. It’s in everyone’s best interest to enjoy themselves as far as possible… However, his withdrawn, depressed roommate is badly distorting his perspective on life.

As Walter tries to entice Kelly out of his shell, it’s more difficult than he expected to remain just friends. He learns that falling in love is a test of willpower. Finally, he’ll have to show up for class and overcome his own personal fear that love was never meant to last. There are lingering stares, milder than usual sexual content, and a hot dance-floor kiss in this narrative, so be warned. Story may include almonds, but it does not contain any dairy or eggs.

 

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