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Under the Fresh Turned Earth – Renee Dalton

If you were given a magical book that could grant your deepest truest wish, what would you wish for? Do you think you know your true wish? Nel does. She’s known it since she was six and now she may have a chance for her wish to come true. The Carte Dorare, a magical book that’s a century old, is calling out to her. It’s been hidden away for fifty years, but not forgotten. Everyone in the city of Drutherton is looking for it. Nel is the only one close enough to unearth it.

Proximity (The Proximity Series Book 1) – M.A. George

She’s an alien whose home world doesn't even know she exists. He just inherited a planet, and now he’s running from it. She has spent a lifetime hiding in plain sight. He wants to escape the spotlight. Her touch can heal. His wounds are deep. Two hearts, two planets collide. It’s the perfect union. Except the part where the world’s about to end.

The Guardian, a Sword, & Stilettos – Kristin D. Van Risseghem

Zoe Jabril could be just another 17-year-old girl attending parties with her friends and checking out cute guys—except her best friend is a Guardian Angel, and the boy she crushes on is a Nephilim, half-angel, both sent to Earth to protect her. A high school classmate happens to be a trendsetting shopaholic fairy. And now there’s a new werewolf in town.

Rebels (The Reverians, #2) – Sarah Noffke

Em returns to Austin Valley, but there are many things that don’t add up about her homecoming. She’s left Rogue behind and is adamant that Dr. Parker must leave the Valley with her. Zack agrees to help her, but soon learns she’s not telling the whole truth when Rogue comes storming back.

The Lake – AnnaLisa Grant

At 17, Layla Weston is already starting over. Having lost both her parents and grandparents, and with nowhere else to go, Layla is moving from Florida to a small town in North Carolina to live with the only family she has left: her estranged uncle and aunt.

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl – Jesse Andrews

It is a universally acknowledged truth that high school sucks. But on the first day of his senior year, Greg Gaines thinks he’s figured it out. The answer to the basic existential question: How is it possible to exist in a place that sucks so bad? His strategy: remain at the periphery at all times. Keep an insanely low profile. It works for 8 hours.