Why Do Some Adult Fantasy Books Get Labelled as YA?

Why Do Some Adult Fantasy Books Get Labelled as YA?

I've been wanting to make a post like this for a loooong time and I've definitely vented about it on Twitter before, but I finally did some research and got some very loose evidence to show what I'm talking about. The question I'm trying to answer today is: why do some adult fantasy books consistently get wrongly categorized as young adult?

Get a Life, Chloe Brown (The Brown Sisters #1) by Talia Hibbert

Get a Life, Chloe Brown (The Brown Sisters #1) by Talia Hibbert

After seeing her life (or lack of) flash before her eyes in a near-death experience, Chloe makes a list of things that will help her get a life. After moving out of her family's house, she comes to an agreement with her apartment handyman and artist, Red, to help her check items off her list.