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by Alison Umminger
Fifteen-year-old Anna runs away to Los Angeles where her half-sister takes her in, but after spending days on television and movie sets, she learns LA is not the glamorous escape she imagined.
The Blood Between Us
by Zac Brewer
Growing up, Adrien and his sister Grace competed for everything. It wasn't easy being the adopted sibling, but Adrien tried to get along; Grace didn't. When their scientist parents died, they drifted apart. In their senior year, they are both back at the boarding school where their parents taught. Life gets more complicated when Adrien starts to suspect that Grace might be stealing their parents' research and claiming it as her own-- or worse, that she was involved in their deaths. Adrien begins to wonder whether she's guilty and, if so, what he's going to do about it.
Draw the Line
written and illustrated by Laurent Linn
After a hate crime occurs in his small Texas town, Adrian Piper must discover his own power, decide how to use it, and know where to draw the line.
The Fall of Butterflies
by Andrea Portes
Enrolled by her famous genius mother at an elite prep school where she knows she will be a misfit, Willa finds herself in the shadow of a girl whose outward appearance of privilege and popularity come at a terrible price.
by Lisa Moore
Sixteen-year-old Flannery Malone has it bad. She's been in love with Tyrone O'Rourke since the days she still believed in Santa Claus. But Tyrone has grown from a dorky kid into an outlaw graffiti artist, the rebel-with-a-cause ofFlannery's dreams, literally too cool for school. Which is a problem, since he and Flannery are partners for the entrepreneurship class that she needs to graduate. When Flannery decides to make a love potion for her entrepreneurship project, rumors that it actually works go viral, and she suddenly has a hot commodity on her hands. But a series of shattering events makes her realize that real-life love is far more potent -- and potentially damaging -- than any fairy-tale prescription.
Highly Illogical Behavior
by John Corey Whaley
Agoraphobic sixteen-year-old Solomon has not left his house in three years, but Lisa is determined to change that-- and to write a scholarship-winning essay based on the results.
If I Was Your Girl
by Meredith Russo
Amanda Hardy only wants to fit in at her new school, but she is keeping a big secret, so when she falls for Grant, guarded Amanda finds herself yearning to share with him everything about herself, including her previous life as Andrew.
Julia Vanishes (Witch's Child #1)
by Catherine Egan
Possessing an ability to hide on the edge of perception, Julia conceals her talents in a city where magic is banned and poses as a grand lady's housemaid alongside an eccentric band of fellow housemates who have ties to a powerful killer.
The Loose End List
by Carrie Firestone
Maddie O'Neill Levine and her family accompany their terminally ill matriarch on her 'death with dignity' cruise, where Maddie falls in love, makes new friends, and struggles to find the strength to let go of her beloved Gram.
Love & Gelato
by Jenna Evans Welch
Lina is spending the summer in Tuscany, and she's only there because it was her mother's dying wish that she get to know her father. But what kind of father isn't around for sixteen years? When Lina is given a journal that her mom had kept when she lived in Italy, she begins to uncover a magical world of secret romances, art, and hidden bakeries. Soon Lina is inspired to follow in her mother's footsteps and unearth a secret that has been kept from Lina for far too long.
by Kathryn Ormsbee
Homeschooler Stevie Hart meets Max, a strange boy who is obsessed with death, but what starts off as fun together begins spiraling downward when Stevie's diabetes sabotages her fumbling romance with Max, and her best friend, Sanger, announces she is moving out of state.
The May Queen Murders
by Sarah Jude
When her beloved cousin goes missing after a May Day celebration, sixteen-year-old Ivy discovers that both her cousin and her hometown in the Missouri Ozarks are as full of secrets as the woods that surround them.
My Brilliant Idea (And How It Caused My Downfall)
by Stuart David
Fifteen-year-old Jack has high hopes for developing an app that he thinks will help him win lots of money and fame, but first he has to overcome strong parental career expectations and get someone who actually knows how to make an app to help him.
by Kimberly Reid
Andrea Faraday, a society girl with a sketchy past, leads a crew of juvie kids in using their criminal skills for good.
Rocks Fall, Everyone Dies
by Lindsay Ribar
Aspen Quick can reach inside people and steal their innermost things: fears, memories, even love. And he figures it's just payment-- his family's secret ritual has kept the cliff above their small town from collapsing for centuries. He's never worried about how he's affecting people-- until someone starts stealing from him.
Soldier (Talon Sage #3)
by Julie Kagawa
Ember stands with Riley and his band of rogue dragons, instead of becoming an assassin for Talon. Meanwhile, she's lost contact with her twin brother Dante, as well as with Garret, a former-enemy soldier who challenged her beliefs about her human side.
The Square Root of Summer
by Harriet Reuter Hapgood
Gottie Oppenheimer, a seventeen-year-old physics prodigy, navigates grief, love, and disruptions in the space-time continuum in one very eventful summer.
by A.J. Hartley
Repairing roof fixtures in an alternate world resembling Victorian South Africa, Anglet Sutonga investigates the death of an apprentice while caring for her sister's baby against a backdrop of racial tensions, political secrets, and a historical icon.
Summer Days and Summer Nights: Twelve Love Stories
edited by Stephanie Perkins
Summer is the perfect time for love to bloom, and these short stories of teenagers facing the confusing maze of first love will have you dreaming of sunset strolls by the lake. The selections range from heartfelt to outlandish, as the characters find passion in some very unexpected places.
This is the Part Where You Laugh
by Peter Brown Hoffmeister
Rising sophomore Travis and his best friend, Creature, spend a summer in a Eugene, Oregon, trailer park dealing with cancer, basketball, first love, addiction, gang violence, and a reptilian infestation.
The Transatlantic Conspiracy
by G.D. Falksen
In 1908 on the inaugural journey from Europe to the United States of the world's first underwater railway, 17-year-old Rosalind finds love, a murder mystery, and the truth behind the railway's construction.
True Letters from a Fictional Life
by Kenneth Logan
If you asked anyone in his small Vermont town, they'd tell you the facts: James Liddell, star athlete, decent student, and sort-of boyfriend to cute, peppy Theresa, is a happy, funny, carefree guy. But whenever James sits down at his desk to write, he tells a different story. As he fills his drawers with letters to the people in his world -- letters he never intends to send -- he spills the truth: he's trying hard, but he just isn't into Theresa. It's his friend, a boy, who lingers in his thoughts. James's secret letters are his safe space -- but his truth can't stay hidden for long. Will he come clean to his parents, his teammates, and himself, or is he destined to live a life of fiction?
We Were Never Here
by Jennifer Gilmore
Landing in the hospital with a mysterious illness, 16-year-old Lizzie bonds with handsome volunteer Connor and discovers that he has deeply painful secrets of his own.
by Eileen Cook
Eighteen-year-old Jill Charron wakes up in a hospital, unable to remember the past six weeks, including the accident that killed her best friend, if it was, in fact, an accident.