A Creature of Moonlight
In Hahn's polished debut, Marni, 16, is the product of a forbidden romance between her mother, a princess, and a dragon that took the shape of a man. It resulted in her grandfather's loss of the throne and her mother's death, both at the hands of the new king, her evil uncle. Marni has lived her entire life in exile, but now she has come of age and her dragon's blood lures her to the magical woods. Marni must choose between claiming her birthright and destroying her murderous uncle, and life with the father she has never known.
Love and Other Foreign Words
McCahan’s (I Now Pronounce You Someone Else, 2010) latest is a sharp-witted and humorous look at 15- year-old Josie Sheridan. Although she may have a genius-level IQ, she doesn't understand everything, especially love. Josie believes that love is scientifically impossible, especially when it comes to her older sister Kate. She finds her sister’s engagement to nerdy librarian Geoff unbearable and she’s determined to stop the wedding. Meanwhile, Josie is sorting out her own relationships including her prom date Stefan, her sociolinguistics instructor Ethan, and her best friend Stu, who perhaps understands her better than anyone.
The highly anticipated third book in the bestselling Selection series won’t disappoint fans of the trilogy. America Singer returns as one of four Elite girls vying for Prince Maxon's heart and the title of princess of Illea. The Selection has changed America's life in ways she never could have imagined. Since she entered the competition, America has struggled with her feelings for her first love and hometown sweetheart Aspen, and her growing attraction to Prince Maxon, with whom she continues to butt heads. But now America has made her choice and she's prepared to fight for the future she wants.
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