You can never forget a murder, especially when it happens to someone you know. Tessa left Fayette, Pennsylvania far behind her after moving out of state. But with her father’s illness getting worse, she is forced to return. Once she comes back, things start to slowly make less and less sense. Tessa begins questioning everything she thought she knew. Did Wyatt Stokes, the man that nine-year-old Tessa claimed killed Lori, really do the deed?
Keira is not your average seventeen-year-old girl. She works as a member of SEEK, an elite organization that hunts down the mystical Khayal. Keira’s life is going on as planned until she is sent to eliminate a boy named Jonathan. Having only ever killed the Khayal, Keira begins to question why they’ve sent her to kill a human. As Keira starts questioning the only truth she’s ever known, her world slowly starts crumbling around her. Who can she trust? Who can she love? And, most importantly, whose side should she be on?
Emanuella, or LL, is a freerunner and member of her brother Warp's Parkour group. One night Emanuella and the crew run into a graffiti artist named Haze. Haze flirts with Emanuella, and Warp becomes very protective of his sister. Why would Emanuella want to date a graffiti artist? To sidestep a confrontation with Warp, Haze and Emanuella start meeting in the art closet at school. Warp explodes when he finds out that Haze and Emanuella are secretly dating. Warp believes that Haze killed his own sister and tells Emanuella.
Join the five daughters of The Mother-Daughter Book Club for one final adventure: summer camp. With three months left before college, Emma, Jess, Becca, Megan and Cassidy decide to be camp counselors together at Camp Lovejoy, a six-week girls' program. Cassidy looks forward to her sister Courtney's wedding, Jess and Megan are going to their dream colleges, Becca can't wait to start school with her boyfriend, but Emma struggles to get over her recent breakup.
Rose Briar will soon find out there is more to everything at Sheppard Institute than she expected. She's sent there after playing a serious prank on her parents. Rose is a headstrong girl who is not happy to be placed in an asylum that was named after a girl she's spent her entire life living up to. The very second she arrives, she is swept up in a whirlwind of medicines, schedules, and therapy sessions. After a first escape attempt, Rose discovers there is no escape. However, a bright spot soon comes into the light.
Robi’s Flying Saucer Drive-In is the story of Saffron Wilson, a fourteen-year-old freshman. Saffron works at Robi’s Flying Saucer Drive-In, a restaurant her parents bought, and is saving up for a trip to Paris. She lives in Antoninio, a town that is anything but ordinary. Every year, a carnival comes to town, stationed right beside the drive-in. At school, Saffron meets Clair, a peculiar girl who travels with the carnival. The story intertwines Saffron’s past and present through flashbacks to her previous summer spent at her aunt’s house.
Flamecaster is a book following Ash and his amazing adventure through the Seven Realms. Ash is a young princeling in the queendom of the Fells (Fellsmarch) with an extraordinary talent for magical healing. When his talented, beautiful sister gets slain in a skirmish along the border with Tamron, Ash and his family are heartbroken. The heir to the throne is dead and now there is a threat looming from the kingdom of Arden. Then suddenly, there is another terrible tragedy.
Deacon’s Folly is a book about 14-year-old Devon and his life in a very small town with some very mean people. He doesn’t know much; he doesn’t know his parents or even his last name. All he knows is that 6 years ago a man named Mr. Audette adopted him. He also knows that he is dreadfully dumb, but then again, everyone in the town knows that.
Like most sixteen year old girls, all Ashley Asher wants is to live a normal life. However, that privilege was taken from her years ago when her stepfather sexually abused her. She now lives in Texas with her father, away from her abuser and neglectful mother.
JoJo has been best friends with Sam since she was five. Sam has always been different than other boys; he was never rude to girls and he never seemed interested in girls' bodies like the other boys, until he starts changing and going through puberty. When JoJo sees the bruises on Sam's back she realizes she needs to get Sam out of his house with his abusive step-father. Sam won't leave his mom and his step-sister, though. As this is going on, Sam and JoJo grow into something even more than friends and it scares JoJo more than she'd like.