New in April 2015
The Start of Me and You by Emery Lord
Paige Hancock starts junior year with a list of ways to take back her life, rather than spending another year as "The Girl Whose Boyfriend Drowned," and finding out that Ryan Chase, her long-term crush, is available again might be the key.
The Truth About Us by Janet Gurtler
Jess feels like nobody "gets" her. Yes, she may be pretty, and she may have a lot of money, and she may be friends with the most popular girl in school, but what Jess needs are real friends who understand her. Jess has a lot of things going on in her life, and she has not chosen the best methods for coping recently. After an incident with her supposed friend Nance, Jess's father decides she needs to be reprimanded. Her punishment is to volunteer at the local shelter while the rest of her posse spends the summer soaking up the sun.
Kissing Ted Callahan (And Other Guys) by Amy Spalding
Sixteen-year-olds Riley and Reid make a pact to pursue their respective crushes and document the experiences in a shared notebook they call "The Passenger Manifest."
New in March 2015
Promposal by Rhonda Helms
Camilla hopes her secret crush, Benjamin, might ask her to prom but feels pressured into accepting the invitation of a casual acquaintance, and Joshua has worked up the courage to ask his best friend, Ethan, to be his date when Ethan asks his help in crafting the perfect "promposal" for another boy.
New in February 2015
The Fine Art of Pretending by Rachel Harris
With the help of best friend Brandon, seventeen-year-old Alyssa strives to shed her image as a tomboy and get a date with the hottest guy in school.
We Can Work It Out by Elizabeth Eulberg (Sequel to The Lonely Hearts Club)
Penny Lane has a hard time pursuing her relationship with her new boyfriend while staying true to the ideals of The Lonely Hearts Club,