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If you like dystopian, you've probably read these already. But hey, if you haven't, or if you're a dystopian doubter instead, here are two fantastic
demands suggestions. While I didn't become a huge fan of Divegent, I can talk about The Hunger Games for a long time. No shame.
One is a fairytale retelling set in a futuristic China and deals with evil Lunars while the other has two opposite people stranded on a planet together after a Titanic-like incident. I don't see why you wouldn't read either one.
I think everybody needs a good fluff book once in a while and there are many fluffy books out there. Whenever I need some silliness though, I pick up Meg Cabot's books, specifically The Princess Diaries. Robin Benway is also a great author to look for, but beware some language in Audrey, Wait!
Non-fluff, non-issue contemporary seekers
Okay, so you don't want fluff now. But you still want a contemporary, just not an "issue" book. What I loved about both The Naturals and Parallel is that they made me think, giving me enough substance that wouldn't classify them as fluffy, but wasn't bogged down with issues like cancer, addictions, or pregnancies.
Both of these provide magic elements, great world-building, protagonists you can root for, and swoon-worth love interests. What else are you waiting for?