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King's CageGlass SwordRed Queen

The Red Queen series is a thrilling and twisted world set where people are divided into Reds or Silvers. The color of your blood determines if you are a commoner or a super-powered elite. The Silver's rule over the Reds. Mare Barrow is a red, who will bring about change in her divided world. She will be torn between the love of her people and the love of her life.

 

Summer Romance!

If you had the chance to pretend to be a rock star's "fake" girlfriend for a year, would you? Erin Watt's new book When It's Real poses just this situation for a teenage girl who really needs the money to help her family. Add in a rock star in need of an image makeover who's manager wants to hire her to help him find a new audience while trying to make him relevant again. Yet in the end, both may learn a lesson about life, love, and what really matters. When It's Real is a great summer read you can't miss.                      

These Shallow Graves - the past does not stay buried!

In Donnelly's These Shallow Graves, Jo Montfort's sercret wish is to be a reporter much like Nelly Bly, but her dreams to become a writer are few and far between.  Alas, she meets the guy, but is betroved to another.  This Victorian mystery has many twists and turns on the way to discovering the family's secret past.  During the journey, Jo is befriended by a street smart girl and a reporter from her family's newspaper.  Her race to find "the story" takes a turn for the ........ These shallow graves is a page turner indeed! 

 

 

 

Teen Librarian Pleasantly Surprised!

The Diabolic

Let me just first say that S. J. Kincaid has made a fan out of me! I didn’t think for a minute that I would enjoy this book. Once I started it though, I could literally not put it down. The main character Nemesis is the reason I couldn’t stop reading. The story center’s around her because she is a diabolic, she was created to protect a galactic Senator’s daughter, Sidonia. As a diabolic, Nemesis’ main purpose is to bond with her master and to protect her at all cost. Nemesis exhibits a loyalty to Sidonia that helps to give this book a meaningful journey in the story. It is their relationship that the reader comes to cheer on and to see Nemesis succeed in her mission. The story moves forward with the main plot of the young ladies switching places but political intrigue, romance, and evil counterparts stand in Nemesis' way of saving Sidonia. I could not wait to finish it and once I did it made me wish I still had more to read.

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