Two paranormals, both of which I loved the first time, held up well on second read:
Fang Girl, by Helen Keeble
Hold Me Closer, Necromancer, by Lish McBride
These two books, in fact, reminded me of one another when I first read them. Fang Girl is middle school-appropriate, while Necromancer is definitely for the high school crowd (and up!), but they both have a lot of tongue-in-cheek, slightly snarky humor that makes them so much fun to read. These are not your typical vampire-werewolf-miscellaneous-otherworldly-creature teen novels. There are definitely love interests, but nobody sits around sighing and pining for each other, they're too busy trying not to die! There's also a lot of personal discovery, though not what you'd find in a Sarah Dessen novel.
The sequel, every bit as delightful, is Necromancing the Stone. (Yes, Lish McBride is fond of the wordplay.)