What’s New?

Check out these new titles in the Teen Corner at the Moline Public Library. Click on the title to go to the catalog for more information and to place a hold.

Diplomatic Immunity by Brodi Ashton
When aspiring reporter Piper Baird scores a scholarship to exclusive Chiswick Academy in Washington, DC, she uses her new connections to write a scathing exposé on the overprivileged. Rafael Amador, the son of the Spanish ambassador, is her chance to make it happen. But when she learns there is more to him than she imagined, she’ll have to decide if the story of a lifetime is worth losing the boy she just might love.

Resurrecting Sunshine by Lisa A. Koosis
At seventeen, Adam Rhodes is famous, living on his own, and in a downward spiral since he lost the girl he loved. Then one day, Dr. Elloran presents Adam with a proposition. Using cloning and memory-implantation techniques, Dr. Elloran and the scientists at Project Orpheus want to resurrect Sunshine, and they need Adam to “donate” intimate memories of his life with her.

Bound by Blood and Sand by Becky Allen
Jae isn’t too upset that the magical Well is drying up and everyone will soon perish. As a slave, death is the only way she’ll be free. When it turns out she has the hidden magic needed to replenish the Well, she agrees to help in return for the freedom of all slaves. But the Lord is a cruel man who has no intention of keeping that promise.

Assassins: Discord by Erica Cameron (Assassins, Book One)
Kindra has been raised to be an assassin and a thief. At sixteen, she’s better than most. But when her father misses a target, she breaks rank for the first time in her life, trying to figure out what happened and make it right. Kindra has to decide who to trust and which side of the battle to fight for. She has to do it fast and she has to be right, because the wrong choice will kill her.

Gilt Hollow by Lorie Langdon
Willow never gave up on her best friend Ashton, not even when he was convicted of murder. Now, four years later, he’s out of juvie and back in her life. But even as Willow starts to question whether she really knew Ashton at all, he finds he wants to be the person she always thought he was. Will uncovering the truth of the past bring them together? Or rip everyone apart.


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