Books about teens for teens, or anyone who used to be a teen.
A princess fleeing an arranged marriage teams up with a snarky commoner to foil a rebel plot in B. R. Myers' Rogue Princess, a gender-swapped sci-fi YA retelling of Cinderella.
Seventeen-year-old, Jesse Collins turns her back on an athletic scholarship and small town whispers to spend the summer as a camp counselor—only she didn't plan on a cabin full of delinquents, or an unlikely source to inspire her to run again.
Sixteen year old, Kelsey Sinclair will spend her summer waiting tables, and (hopefully) seducing her secret crush, Blaine Mulder, but a hidden phobia and a hot, dare devil, dishwashing guy are about to mess up her perfectly laid out plans.
Sixteen-year-old Terry Hughes leaves the secrets of ancient Egypt buried and forgotten and moves to America. But when her archaeologist dad takes over a floundering museum, she falls into the hunt for an artifact that holds the key to a local girl's disappearance.
A trip to Egypt with her archaeologist father reunites Terry with her first crush, Awad—all grown up and an expert in hieroglyphics. She learns the team is searching for Cleopatra's diadem, a golden crown believed to possess powers of immortality. But deadly sabotage blurs the line between ally and enemy.
Christmas gets put on hold after a murdered man turns up with a postcard addressed to Terry. When she receives a coded message from Awad, she and Maude are thrown into the hunt for a lost medallion, an artifact that possesses a great power—and a gruesome destiny.
At Willard's department store, none of the night security guards survive for long, and eighteen-year-old Daniel Gale is about to find out why.
A shocking letter of confession from beyond the grave makes Daniel and Mary question everything they thought was true.
With only a handful of clues, Daniel is in a race to uncover the truth and save Mary and the others. But with a sinister revenge being plotted behind his back, every action may cause his own demise.