If you’re like us, you watched one episode of The Bold Type and then couldn’t stop until you had binged the whole season!
But now that it’s over, you miss Jane, Kat, and Sutton so much you don’t know what to do with yourself. Luckily, we have the answer! Here’s what to read when you’re done watching:
The Trouble with Destiny
By Lauren Morrill
If you can’t help but identify with Jane’s type A, rule-following, driven, and ambitious personality, spend some time with Liza Sanders in The Trouble With Destiny by Lauren Morrill.
By Jen Klein
Does Sutton’s love triangle have you tied up in knots? Then you’ll love following Rainie’s attempt to follow one boy . . . only to get sidetracked by another in Summer Unscripted by Jen Klein!
Murder, Magic, and What We Wore
By Kelly Jones
If you can style an outfit as easily as Sutton (or wish you could!), check out Murder, Magic, and What We Wore by Kelly Jones.
A Midsummer Night #nofilter
By Brett Wright
Is Kat’s job as social media director your dream? Try reading classic literature in texts, emojis, and status updates in the OMG Classics series by Brett Wright and Courtney Carbone!
By Wendy Mills
If you were touched by Jane’s fear of being tested for the BRCA gene, Positively Beautiful by Wendy Mills will give you all the feels.
Up to This Pointe
By Jennifer Longo
Have a case of wanderlust that makes you envy Kat’s decision to jump on a plane to Peru? Take an impulsive trip to Antarctica in Up to This Pointe by Jennifer Longo.
If You Could Be Mine
By Sara Farizan
If you are rooting for Kadena and fear for Adena when she returns to Iran, read a love story about two girls in Iran in If You Could Be Mine by Sara Farizan.
Open Road Summer
By Emery Lord
Is there a better friendship than the one between Jane, Sutton, and Kat? Probably not! But before you decide, take a road trip with Reagan and Lilah in Open Road Summer by Emery Lord.
What did you love most about The Bold Type? Tag us @GetUnderlined!