|The Breakup Bible|
by Melissa Kantor
High school newspaper staffer Jen gets dumped by her editor, then becomes obsessed with getting him back. It's only with the assistance of a self-help book given to her by her grandmother that Jen is eventually able to move on.
|Getting Over Garrett Delaney|
by Abby McDonald
After realizing her affections are not returned, Sadie enlists the help of her fellow baristas in getting over Garrett Delaney once and for all.
|French Ducks in Venice|
by Garret Freymann-Weyr
Seamstress Polina Panova grieves the loss of her handsome boyfriend Sebastian with the help of two ducks in this modern-day fairy tale.
|An Abundance of Katherines|
by John Green
Colin Singleton has been dumped by nineteen girls named Katherine. Using math, he tries to predict the outcome of future relationships, the formula for which he tries to prove on a road trip with his best friend, Hassan.
|The Secret Life of Prince Charming|
by Deb Caletti
All the women in Quinn's life have been hurt by men. Is she destined to resent them forever, or are there still some prince charmings out there?
by Aimee Friedman
Falling in love isn't as easy as Chloe expected in this Fashion High graphic novel.
|How I Broke Up With Ernie|
by R.L. Stine
I read this book in middle school when RLStine was popular. I was afraid of his scary books, but this fluffy story about a girl who tries desperately to dump her annoying boyfriend became a favorite of mine.
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