Here are some more new books, hot off the presses and just waiting for you to borrow them!
In this ‘sizzling love story,’ Ben has won a track scholarship at the University of California. He’s anxious to leave behind his small-town life, but his best friends don’t have college to look forward to. To make them happy, he goes with them to check out the hot girl parked on the side of Highway 447. Enter Lala, whose Gypsy family earns money by telling fortunes. But lately Lala’s been questioning whether there might be more to life than her upcoming arranged marriage. And the day she reads Ben’s cards is the day that everything changes for her. . . and for him.
Recommended for fans of: Jennifer E. Smith’s The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight
In this unique twist on Beauty and the Beast, Princess Isra was raised to be a human sacrifice whose death will ensure her city’s vitality. In the desert outside the city, a mutant beast named Gem fights to save his people from starvation. Isra wants to help the city’s Banished people, second-class citizens despised for possessing Monstrous traits. But after she enlists the aid of her prisoner, Gem, who has been captured while trying to steal Yuan’s enchanted roses, she begins to care for him, and to question everything she has been brought up to believe.
Recommended for fans of: Alex Finn’s Beastly or Stacey Jay’s other twists on classics (Juliet Immortal and Romeo Redeemed)
Told in two alternating stories, this unique work of science fiction involves an onstage meltdown by City Coldson during a quiz show in present day and someone with the same name in 1985 who travels to the future.
Recommended for fans of: Back to the Future movies
Ever since Jeremy admitted to hearing voices, the people of his town have treated him like a total outsider. The voice he hears is none other than the ghost of Jacob Grimm, one half of the infamous brothers Grimm, writers of dark fairy tales. Jacob watches over Jeremy, protecting him from an unknown dark evil whispered about in the space between this world and the next. But anyone familiar with Grimm’s fairytales knows that not every story can have a happy ending….
Recommended for fans of: Neil Gaiman’s The Graveyard Book or Joseph Delaney’s dark series The Last Apprentice
Mike Welles had everything control, but lately his life is a total mess. Things are rough at home and they’re getting confusing at school. Then he hears a voice in his head – a seemingly friendly voice that is trying to help him gain control again by becoming faster and stronger. The voice wants to rid Mike’s life of everything holding him back and show him who he really is, if he’ll only listen.
Recommended for fans of: Laurie Halse Anderson’s Wintergirls or Jay Asher’s Thirteen Reasons Why
The most popular new cheerleader at Riverbend High used to be a complete nerd. Nora’s popularity matters to her so much that she’s willing to “dumb down” her schedule. But when funny, sweet, cute, and hyper-intelligent Adam moves to town and steals her heart, how can she prove to him she isn’t the airhead she pretends to be?
Recommended for: fans of Sarah Dessen or Meg Cabot
Danny’s mother has just lost her five-year battle with cancer – three weeks before his high school graduation. Now Danny is left alone, with only his memories, his dog, and his heart-breaking ex-girlfriend for company. He doesn’t know how to figure out what to do with her estate, what to say for his Valedictorian speech, let alone how to live or be happy anymore. A letter from the property manager in his mother’s Tokyo-based treatment center sends him on a journey toward revelation: perhaps the secret in how to live is how his mother died.
Recommended for fans of: John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars or Gayle Forman’s If I Stay
Can a road trip repair a romance gone wrong? Find out in this standalone companion to Lauren Barnholdt’s Two-way Street.
Here are Peyton and Jace, meeting on vacation. Click! It’s awesome, it’s easy, it’s romantic. This is the real deal.
Unless it isn’t. Because when you’re in love, you don’t just stop calling one day. And you don’t keep secrets. Or lie. And when your life starts falling apart, you’re supposed to have the other person to lean on.
Recommended for fans of: Sarah Dessen’s The Moon and More
Here are the numbers of Ann Galardi’s life:
She is 16.
And a size 17.
Her perfect mother is a size 6.
Her Aunt Jackie is getting married in 2 months, and wants Ann to be a bridesmaid.
So Ann makes up her mind: Time to lose 45 pounds (more or less).
Welcome to the world of infomercial diet plans, wedding dance lessons, endless run-ins with the cutest guy Ann’s ever seen—and some surprises about her not-so-perfect mother.
Recommended for fans of: Libba Bray’s Going Bovine or Chris Crutcher’s Staying Fat for Sarah Byrnes
It’s Spring Break of senior year. Anna, her boyfriend Tate, her best friend Elise, and a few other close friends are off to a debaucherous trip to Aruba that promises to be the time of their lives.
But when Elise is found brutally murdered, Anna finds herself trapped in a country not her own, fighting against vile and contemptuous accusations. As Anna sets out to find her friend’s killer, she discovers harsh revelations about her friendships, the slippery nature of truth, and the ache of young love.
Recommended for fans of: murder mysteries
Tavia Michaels is the sole survivor of the plane crash that killed her parents. When she starts to see strange visions of a boy she’s never spoken with in real life, she begins to suspect that there’s much about her past that she isn’t being told.
Recommended for: Meg Cabot’s Awakened series
Anne Dowling practically runs her exclusive academy on New York’s Upper East Side—that is, until she accidentally burns part of it down and gets sent to a prestigious boarding school outside of Boston. Determined to make it back to New York, Anne could care less about making friends at the preppy Wheatley School. That is, until her roommate, Isabella’s body is found in the woods behind the school. When everyone else is oddly silent, Anne becomes determined to uncover the truth no matter how many rules she has to break to do it.
Recommended for fans of: Pretty Little Liars or Ally Carter’s Heist Society series
Seventeen-year-old Caymen Meyers learned early that the rich are not to be trusted. And after years of studying them from behind the cash register of her mom’s porcelain-doll shop, she has seen nothing to prove otherwise. Enter Xander Spence—he’s tall, handsome, and oozing rich. Despite his charming ways and the fact that he seems to be one of the first people who actually gets her, she’s smart enough to know his interest won’t last. Because if there’s one thing she’s learned from her mother’s warnings, it’s that the rich have a short attention span.
Recommended for fans of: Stephanie Perkins’ Lola and the Boy Next Door