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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.                      

Delirium by Lauren Oliver

DeliriumThe premise of Delirium intrigued me from the beginning.  The idea of love and other emotions as part of a mental illness or human weakness had been well played out in classic dystopian literature and film, but I was interested in Oliver's take on the subject. It proved to be worth my time.

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