The Sweet Far Thing by Libba Bray
At Spence Academy, sixteen-year-old Gemma Doyle continues preparing for her London debut while struggling to determine how best to use magic to resolve a power struggle in the enchanted world of the realms, and to protect her own world and loved ones.
What My Girlfriend Doesn't Know by Sonya Sones
Fourteen-year-old Robin Murphy is so unpopular at high school that his name is slang for "loser," and so when he begins dating the beautiful and popular Sophie, her reputation plummets, but he finds acceptance as a student in a drawing class at Harvard.
Oh My Goddess! Final Exam by Kosuke Fujishima
In vol. III, who wouldn't envy college student Keiichi Morisato, who lucked into a life with Belldandy, and honest to goodness, full-on goddess? That wish-come-true was looking pretty good--until her sister crashed the party.
One Good Punch by Rich Wallace
Eighteen-year-old Michael Kerrigan, writer of obituaries for the Scranton Observer and captain of the track team, is ready for the most important season of his life--until the police find four joints in his school locker, and he is faced with a choice that could change everything.
The Unmaking of Duncan Veerick by Betty Levin
Reluctantly, thirteen-year-old Duncan helps his neighbor, a widow recovering from a stroke, by hiding valuable antiques and art objects her husband had collected, but disaster strikes and the secrets he has been asked to keep may mean big trouble for Duncan.
Looking for JJ by Anne Cassidy
Seventeen-year-old Alice, released from prison with a new identity after serving six years for murdering a child, tries to keep her anonymity from the British tabloids, while haunted by memories of her past trauma.
Cassandra's Sister by Veronica Bennett
In this work of fiction, Young Jane Austin--or Jenny as she is called--is a girl with a head full of questions that no one seems able to answer. The arrival of her worldly-wise cousin Eliza disrupts everything, bringing answers to Jenny's questions and providing a gem of an idea.