What's even the point in asking "Do you like bad stories or good stories?" Though. Obviously everyone's going to say, "I like good stories!"
If your aim is to understand what people like about teen romances, even though you're not a fan of them, and think they're "clingy", there are probably better ways to do it.
Teen romance is often very fast and intense. Teens have a lot of hormones and not a lot of experience, so they tend to rush headlong in with very strong feelings. In reality this tends to burn out very fast too, but stories have a tendency to misrepresent it like teens fall in love very quickly and intensely and stay together forever. On the upside though... teens don't have a lot of baggage like adults do. They don't have a ton of failed relationships and especially not failed marriages or business partnerships, they don't have kids from past relationships, they don't need to worry about the politics of office romance... Teen romance is simple and immediate, there isn't the caution of an adult relationship, and there are rarely so many obstacles, and a lot of people are drawn to that. Plus Tapas readers are only on average about 20 themselves... so they'd probably struggle to relate to the story of a 35 year old divorcee finding love and then worrying over who moves in with who and stuff.