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Black River Falls by Jeff Hirsch
A mysterious virus has spread through Black River, sparing lives but taking memories and leaving it quarantined by the military. Cardinal escaped the virus and chosen to remain in the Quarantine Zone, living in a mountain camp with the town’s former bully and looking after orphaned kids. But a mysterious young woman and private corporation threaten even that meager existence.
Unplugged by Donna Freitas (The Wired, Book One)
Humanity is split into the App World and the Real World—an extravagant virtual world for the wealthy and a dying physical world for the poor. Skylar’s family sent her to the App World for a chance at a better life, but she’s a virtual nobody who just wants to get home. When the borders between worlds suddenly close, Skye will do anything to reach her family.
Little Black Dresses, Little White Lies by Laura Stampler
Harper is ecstatic when she lands her dream internship as a dating blogger at the elite teen magazine Shift in New York City. There’s just one problem—she’s actually never dated. She’s gotten by so far using her best friend’s experiences, but now she’ll have to learn on the job as she finds out what it takes to fall in love in the Big City.
How to Disappear by Ann Redisch Stampler
Nicolette was the girl everyone liked, who could get away with anything. Jack was always a great guy despite his father’s reputation as a hit man and his brother’s time in prison. When a young woman is murdered, Nicolette disappears and Jack is forced into the family business to find her. As Nicolette and Jack race to outsmart each other, tensions—and attractions—run high.
Red Velvet Crush by Christina Meredith
Teddy Lee’s has been the forgotten middle child since her mother ran off when she was in second grade. When she finally takes the songs she’s written and forms a band, she thinks it might be her time to shine. Unless her little sister steals the spotlight like always.