With The Boy Band Con documentary on YouTube and the current or upcoming tours of New Kids on the Block, Backstreet Boys, the Jonas Brothers and likely others, one thing is clear: boy bands aren’t just for the ’80s, ’90s, or even ’00s. They are here to stay. So while you wait for a concert to reach your city, sit back with one of these books for readers who love boy bands.

Kill the Boy Band by Goldy Moldavsky

A humorous look into the world of boy band fandom, Kill the Boy Band introduces us to four super fans of the boy band The Ruperts. The girls get a room in the same hotel where the band members are staying and accidentally end up kidnapping one of the members – and that’s just the beginning.

Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid

This tale of rock and roll is a favorite here at She Reads, having already appeared on a few of our other book lists. Written in an oral history format, Daisy Jones & the Six tells the story of one of the most popular fictional bands of the ’70s through interviews with its members and the people closest to them.

Unrequited by Emma Grey

In this swoony Cinderella story, Kat Hartland is not a fan of the popular boy band Unrequited. But she ends up at one of their concerts anyway. And when she finds herself face to face with the lead singer, things start to get complicated…

Facing the Music and Living to Talk About It by Nick Carter

Nick Carter, one of the members of the Backstreet Boys, shares his struggles with drug and alcohol addiction, his younger sister’s death and other defining elements of his life. This autobiography also reads like a self-help book for anyone who might be struggling with demons in their own life.

Out of Sync: A Memoir by Lance Bass

We couldn’t recommend a Backstreet Boys book without also recommending an *NSYNC book, now could we?! In his memoir, Lance Bass opens up about cosmonaut training, life as a gay man and his time as a member of one of the biggest boy bands in the world.

Grace and the Fever by Zan Romanoff

Grace Thomas is secretly a fan of the boy band Fever Dream. So when she goes out one night for a run and happens upon one of the members, Jes, she can hardly believe it. Life takes a crazy turn for Grace as she gets swept up with the band in a whirlwind of parties, clubs, paparazzi and more.

The Idea of You by Robinne Lee

The Idea of You is How Stella Got Her Groove Back with a dash of boy band. Thirty-nine-year-old Solène Marchand takes her daughter to meet her favorite boy band but ends up forming a connection with one of the members herself. When their mutual attraction quickly evolves into a relationship, Solène and Hayes must navigate more than just their 19-year age difference.

My ’90s Boy Band Boyfriend by Jennifer Griffith

Oakley’s mom was a big fan of the boy band Girl Crazy in the ’90s. Unfortunately, the band was killed in a plane crash 20 years ago. At least, that’s what everyone thought. When Girl Crazy front man Hudson Oaks shows up on Oakley’s front door step – alive and well – her mom is once again smitten, and things start to get interesting.

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