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|Don't Ask by Natalie Bell
Two years out of college, Julie Spencer is realizing that her life isn’t turning out exactly how she had hoped it would. After four years and $150,000, she has a college degree that hasn’t gotten her anything more than administrative work, and she’s stuck in some sort of love polygon that’s better suited to high school than adulthood. Greg, the man she’s been with for almost a year, is still in love with his ex, Chloe. The man perhaps she should be with, Duncan, lives six hours away, so she only sees him when he’s in town on business.
And her friends aren’t any help. Tess is relationship-challenged, and Brian is in a long-distance, open relationship with a hook up buddy, and is—more than likely—also in love with Greg.
Lost in a quarter-life crisis, Julie is just letting life take her where it will, while she tries to figure out exactly what she wants. But is putting off making a decision taking her just where she doesn’t want to go?
|My Sanctuary by Sarah-Jane Lehoux
A lonely girl who dreams of an impossible future.
A sullen boy with a troubled past.
Together, with a stained glass angel, they form a bond that shelters them from the cruel indifference of life in a church-run orphanage in the 1950s.
When a “secret game” leads to the unthinkable, a choice must be made that no mother, real or imagined should ever have to face.
|A Piece of Heaven by Angel Lawson
No good deed goes unpunished.
I learned that lesson the hard way when I agreed to helping my friend Justin with a favor.
My platonic friend Justin.
A favor that helped him with his reputation but turned mine into the trending topic at my school. In a matter of days I go from quiet, nobody to school slut.
The problem with that? I’m still a virgin.
The whispers, the stares and the constant gossip try to bring me down-they almost do bring me down-but I’m tired of hiding in the dark, covering up my anxiety and being alone. I decide to take on the bullies and find a few surprising allies along the way; the Allendale Four.
Oliver, Anderson, Jackson and Hayden make up this tight-knit circle of friends and for some reason they make it their mission to protect my reputation, my heart and my soul.
That doesn't stop the hater's for coming after me. For the rumors and harassment to end.
More than anything, I want the pain to stop.
A Piece of Heaven is a contemporary high school novel that deals first love, bullying, social issues and self-harm.
|Never Sorry Ever Jolly by Autumn Cornwell
What do you get when you mix dating with refugee camps, freedom fighters, and a thousand pairs of googly eyes?
Collin Uttley’s summer vacation.
Honestly, I didn’t set out to be an imposter. I just wanted to meet girls. Why else would an atheist join a church youth group? (It sure wasn’t for the coffee.) And it paid off—I met Shelby Wanderal, the soul mate I never knew existed. When I found out she was spending her summer working with orphans in refugee camps on the Thai-Burma border—guess who joined the outreach team? And you better believe I didn’t let a little thing like the Expected Behavior Guidelines cramp my style. Not even Rule #1: No romantic entanglements allowed. But I gotta admit I didn’t expect a rival—my summer would have gone a whole lot smoother if Twain Abernathy had stayed home.
Or if I hadn’t tried the betel nut.
Or if I’d listened to the advice of the Freedom Fighters.
Or if—nope, you’ll just have to read the story of my crazytown adventure… people say it makes them laugh. I’m just not sure if that means with me or at me.
|Finn Again by Lynda Meyers
When love drives you to war and war drives you to addiction,
the journey home can be long and twisted.
A half-Irish, half-English playboy, Finn McCarthy soon finds out there are some things that can't be bought, and some people who don't play by his rules.
Raised in the pubs and educated at Oxford, Finn never did know which half to favor. His Irish half loves women and booze, while his English half is wicked smart and damned polite. And then there's Regan, the one girl who never did succumb to his charms.
When war beckons, Finn takes action and answers the call, but there are some casualties even a soldier can't prepare for. Injured, addicted to painkillers and abusing alcohol, Finn begins to question the strange nighttime dreams and daytime visions that surface, haunting him with premonitions of things he can't control. To heal his wounds he must banish his demons, a journey that leads him to a sleepy fishing village, where he meets three men that change his trajectory. Death, loss, and grief converge as the mysteries of his Celtic roots begin to take hold. Will he be lost to the sea? Or lost within his own heart? The battle for balance might just take everything he's got left.
War does things to a man. But Finn isn't just any man.
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|Only When It's Us by Chloe Liese
1 Disastrous prank.
Ever since she sat next to me in class and gave me death eyes, Willa Sutter’s been on my shit list. Why she hates me, I don't know. What I do know is that Willa is the kind of chaos I don’t need in my tidy life.
She’s the next generation of women’s soccer.
Wild hair, wilder eyes.
Bee-stung lips that should be illegal.
And a temper that makes the devil seem friendly.
She’s a thorn in my side, a menacing, cantankerous, pain-in-the-ass who’s turned our Business Mathematics course into a goddamn gladiator arena. I'll leave this war zone unscathed, coming out on top…And if I have my way with that crazy-haired, ball-busting hellion, that will be in more than one sense of the word.
Rather than give me the lecture notes I missed like every other instructor I’ve had, my asshole professor tells me to get them from the silent, surly flannel-wearing mountain man sitting next to me in class. Well, I tried. And what did I get from Ryder Bergman? Ignored.
What a complete lumbersexual neanderthal.
Mangy beard and mangier hair.
Frayed ball cap that hides his eyes.
And a stubborn refusal to acknowledge my existence.
I’ve battled men before, but with Ryder, it's war. I’ll get those notes and crack that Sasquatch nut if it’s the last thing I do, then I’ll have him at my mercy. Victory will have never tasted so sweet.
|Fool Me Twice by Carrie Aarons
When my best friend died of cancer just before her eighteenth birthday, she left her coveted bucket list to me.
The things she already crossed off? Skinny dipping, going to Paris, completing the local hot wing challenge, road tripping to the ocean, and sending out a message in a bottle.
So, it falls on me to finish it for her, to honor her memory. In the next year, it’s my mission to:
1. Dye my hair
2. Have sex
3. Camp out in a tent
4. Go bungee jumping
5. Get revenge on Lincoln Kolb
Most are doable, some terrify me, and then there is the last item on the list. When the raven-haired football god dumped my best friend during senior year of high school, she was devastated. The jerk with charm for days found out she was sick, and betrayed her in the worst way possible.
But he doesn’t know me, I went to school a town over. Now, to fulfill my promise, I’m the newest freshman on the campus where he is the big man. If there is one thing, aside from cheap beer, that a jock can’t pass up, it’s a shiny new girl.
So when I catch his eye, play hard to get, and then fall into his bed, I know my scheme is working to perfection. But what Lincoln can’t see coming is the beatdown I have planned for his ice-cold heart.
Unfortunately, what I never saw coming was the one he had planned for mine.
|Into the Clear Water by B. Celeste
I used his body to forget the pain until the line we drew was buried under muddied water.
I used to believe in three things:
That true love only existed once, heartbreak couldn’t kill you, and everything happened for a reason.
But if that were true, I never would have watched Daniel McCray get married to another woman, have a beautiful baby girl, and pass away before my very eyes.
Everything I believed was a lie.
Until I met them.
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