More likely than not, you know what it feels like to have a crush on a friend. Maybe you thought inconvenient romantic feelings would stop making appearances after high school, but, well, you were wrong. Luckily, there are plenty of books about best friends falling in love to help you navigate the emotional turbulence of being in love with someone you already trust wholeheartedly.
It can be extremely confusing to realize that you might like someone as more than a friend: Do they feel the same way? Should you tell them? What if you tell them, and they don't feel the same way — will the friendship be ruined forever? The angst can be overwhelming.
Trust me, many of us have been in this situation before and made it out alive and emotionally intact. There are a million ways you can deal with the excitement and agony of having a crush on a friend, whether it's by spilling the beans, keeping your secret, or writing an article about it in hopes that they see it and realize that it's about them. (Not that that's what's happening right now. Definitely not.)
So here are some great books to help you deal with all of those confusing emotions. Whether or not you're ready to tell your crush how you feel, these books will let you indulge all those complicated feelings: