Callmeadi The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey, for one. The Children of Blood and Bone (Legacy of Orisha series) by Tomi Adeyemi is also really good
Isabelle Partials. Sci-fi is a good thing to go to after reading dystopian. Mortal Instruments is good, too. Twilight, if you’re into love triangles. Red Queen, Variant (from a male perspective), Renegades, The Hate U Give (If you’re into the heavy stuff), Paper Butterflies, Six of Crows, Roseblood, Little Blue Lies, or the Maze Runner trilogy, to name a few.
Maya Kar If you want a dystopian novel, I highly recommend Ready Player One. It has a touch of romance, but that is just an element to the book, not really a focus. If you want a romance focus, The Fault In Our Stars is one of my favorite novels. A very heartwarming love story, but no dystopian element. Both great choices though!
Addison Dixon Mark of the Lion, Matched, The Geography of You and Me, Gone With the Wind, Cinder, and This Is What Happy Looks Like. :)