Last set of new books this year!

Hit and Run, by Lurlene McDaniel
It was an accident. But when the people involved don’t come forward, doesn’t it become a crime? Four young people whose lives intersect, who never dreamed of hurting each other. Each makes a choice that cannot be changed. Each needs to take the consequences of those choices, to find love, to face reality, and to go on.

Love on Cue, by Catherine Hapka
Maggie Tannery is a shoo-in for the lead in this year’s school production of Romeo and Juliet, and she’s seriously psyched becuase her crush, Daniel might be playing her Romeo both on and off- stage. But when her school decides to perform a musical instead, Maggie turns to the musically talented Nico for voice lessons, and their voices aren’t the only things that seem to harmonize.

When the Black Girl Sings, by Bil Wright
Adopted by white parents and sent to an exclusive Connecticut girls’ school where she is the only black student, fourteen-year-old Lahni Schueler feels like an outcast, particularly when her parents separate, but after attending a local church where she hears gospel music for the first time, she finds her voice.

Heartbreak River, by Tricia Mills
Alex thought she’d be spending the summer focused on her family’s rafting business, burying the memories of her father’s death last year, and leaving behind all the messes she made in its wake. But when Sean returns to town, she is forced to reckon with her mixed-up crushy feelings for him, more powerful than ever before. It takes another tragedy to make Alex realize Sean has loved her, and forgiven her, all along.

You Are So Undead To Me, by Stacey Jay
Megan Berry, a Carol, Arkansas, high school student who can communicate with the Undead, must team up with her childhood friend Ethan to save homecoming from an army of flesh-hungry zombies.

What Goes Around, by Denene Millner
Wealthy and beautiful African American twin sisters Sydney and Lauren must solve a family mystery before their privileged life in Atlanta comes to an end.

Love at First Click, by Elizabeth Chandler
I could no longer deny what the heat in my cheeks meant when I was around Flynn. I was falling for my sister’s boyfriend. It’s lucky I’m the photographer for the school paper, because my camera likes Flynn almost as much as I do. Unfortunately for me, so does my sister, and there’s no way I can nab Flynn with her in the picture.

Audrey, Wait!, by Robin Benway
While trying to score a date with her cure co-worker at the Scooper Dooper, sicteen-year-old Audrey gains unwanted fame and celebrity status when her ex-boyfriend, a rock musician, records a breakup song about her that soars to the top of the Billboard charts.

The Fortunes of Indigo Skye, by Deb Caletti
Indigo wants to become a full-time waitress after high school graduation, but her life is turned upside down by a large check given to her by a customer who appreciates that she cares enough to scold him about smoking.

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