young adult

  • Always You by Lizzie Morton

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    What do you do when that annoying ex keeps popping up?

    That’s what Abby West would like to know.

    Six years after leaving Brooklyn and her entire life behind, she’s back for one summer.

    Two jobs, wild friends and a crazy family who all think she should stay away from the one who broke her heart and ran her out of the city.

    It should be easy, but the heart wants what it wants. Everyone deserves a second chance, right?

  • Gemma by Luna Oblonsky

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    Gemma, a deeply closeted lesbian, is about to start her freshman year at the University of St. Maria’s, a college full of devout Catholic students and faculty. Gemma has always been able to suppress her sexuality to avoid discrimination from her family and peers. Until…

    Cole, Gemma’s new roommate, tests Gemma’s resolve for the first time and Gemma finds herself finally giving in to her desires. The more their bond grows, the harder it is for Gemma to justify hiding from the world. She wants to be with Cole openly.

    When things go wrong, Gemma has to choose between the life she’s been conditioned to accept and the one person who loves her for who she really is.

  • Fledgling by Natasha Brown

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    Normal. Wouldn’t that be nice?

    Ana Hughes has always wanted to be like any other teenager. But her life-threatening heart condition has always gotten in the way. A fresh start in a new town gives her the opportunity to pretend she’s like everybody else.

    When she meets handsome Chance Morgan, she suspects she isn’t the only one keeping a secret. Chance’s animal-like senses and miraculous healing ability make Ana question if he’s playing tricks on her.

    The truth may be too much for Ana’s delicate heart. But there could be a greater danger if a supernatural world exists where everything and everyone are not what they seem.

  • The Wedding Boutique by Susan Hatler

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    Claire Davenport is a hopeless romantic who shared her first kiss with Alex Murphy during a game of Spin the Bottle. Only Alex never pursued her after their kissing session and Claire regrets not telling him about her crush. At twenty-seven, no boyfriends have captured her heart in the same way. Still, she hasn’t given up on finding the one. Unfortunately, Forever Designs, her boutique wedding dress business, is accumulating more bills than invoices so love has to take a backseat for now.

    When a famous model books Claire to design her wedding dress, she jumps at the opportunity only to find out the client is her childhood best friend and rival, Missy Peters. Claire and Missy’s friendship imploded when Missy stole Claire’s high school boyfriend. To save her business, Claire has no choice, but to work with Missy. To Claire’s surprise, the best man turns out to be Alex Murphy. Gone is the skinny boy with the awkward-but-endearing kisses. Alex is now a sexy scientist, who for some reason seems determined to stop the wedding, which Claire can’t let happen.

    Now, Claire must design the perfect dress for demanding Missy, while at the same time countering Alex’s attempts to break up the bride and groom. Can Claire convince Alex to give Missy and her fiancé a chance, and that true love is possible? And can she do it without him breaking her heart all over again?

  • Tormino’s by Yuuki Haneda

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    Miles Sonatas’ parents approved for him to get a part-time job during his final years of high school, but he soon learns the family restaurant he works at is anything but normal. He is immediately welcomed by his co-workers, and oddly enough, finds himself accepting of their quirks. Such as the lazy manager, Cyrus who calls everyone by their last name and sits in his closet of an office all day. Or the chefs, Shasta, who is very protective of his kitchen, and Sierra, who has a song stuck in her head. Then there are the other servers, Anita, who is searching for her soulmate, Oliver, a struggling artist who lives in the restaurant attic, and the ever clumsy waitress, Ramona.
    When Miles catches Ramona on the first day, everyone believes love in the air. Despite this new habit, Miles and Ramona insist there is nothing between them. Or is there?
    A slice of life novella featuring a cast of colorful characters and the hilarity and romance that ensues.

  • Zombie Diaries by RWK Clark

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    Bestselling author and master of horror, RWK Clark, unleashed a teenage outcast with revenge against her classmates. A fun timeless coming-of-age fantasy as only he could envision it.
    While most high school juniors are worried about acne, grades, and dating, Mavis Harvey has a host of issues to deal with, like her appetite for human flesh. Don’t worry, the bullies won’t get far. Crunch!
    Revel in a new phase of RWK Clark’s writing career that is yielding his most imaginative, and bestselling work yet, a must-read epic saga.

  • The Crush Dilemma by Susan Hatler

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    Teen geek, Poppy Pinkleton, is adding some spice to her junior year of high school! A year of psychological experiments that will:

    1) Earn her three units of college credit;
    2) Give her an outlet to say what she wants, when she wants; and
    3) Will NOT include her parents telling her to be the “bigger person.”

    How, you ask? Poppy’s gotten the green light from Ms. Peterson, the newspaper head, to write an online advice column for the school. She’s found the perfect name for her alter ego: Aubrey. It means someone who rules with “magical wisdom.” She’ll be in control of her online experiment, online identity, and divvy her wisdom to the masses while tracking the results for her mini-thesis.

    Now, protected by a secret identity, she’s got the popular crowd clambering to know what she thinks about fashion, homework, and eek . . . even sex! And the best part is, her parents and best friends don’t know anything about it. Finally, she can let loose a wild side and speak her mind—right or wrong, without having to meet anyone’s expectations.

    Soon, however, dishing out advice leads to more than Poppy can handle on her own and she must make a choice. Hide behind her alter ego or take the chance that everyone, including the new boy at school, will like her for everything she is.

  • Shaken by Susan Hatler

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    High school junior, Kylie Bates, can suddenly read minds. When she touches people’s hands, she’s able to see their deepest thoughts. As if that’s not freaky enough, her dad sends her to help hottie detective, Sam Williams, track down a missing girl. Way too much pressure, especially for a girl who can’t watch Scream without getting nightmares.

    Then, finding the missing girl leads to much more than Kylie’s prepared for. Like discovering that her dad has been lying to her. That she has a family she never knew about. That the girls have powers similar to hers. Oh yeah, and that someone is out to get her.

    When the detective’s teenage wanna-be-cop cousin, Trip Williams, approaches Kylie at school insisting she help him solve the case, she discovers Trip might be the only one she can trust, and the only one to help her unravel the secrets behind her mysterious gift.

  • The Shasta Gate by Dick Croy

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    In the guise of a romantic adventure, The Shasta Gate embarks on a captivating exploration of love, consciousness and the nature of reality on California’s legendary Mt. Shasta. Girl on a horse, guy on a motorcycle, passionate and erotic romance, deliciously wicked bad guys, and a mysterious Indian with possibly paranormal powers all catapult the reader into an unforgettable literary experience.