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Exclusive Gravity by A B Bloom
Sixteen-year-old Bronte Bell has got problems. First, her hair is falling out, her bones are snapping like twigs and she’s spent more time in plaster since her birthday then she’s taken part in Physical Education lessons.
Then there is the mysterious boy that no one else can see, not even her best friend.
When the dark nights get longer and the day forgets to dawn it looks like it’s not just Bronte’s life that’s falling apart at the seams. That’s until her connection with the mysterious sexy stranger begins to change the very fabric of her existence.
Can she believe the truth he tells her and follow him in a bid to save the world? But more importantly, can she resist the pull of gravity she feels to the cryptic dark-haired boy who isn’t meant to be hers?
Ataxia by Rachel Barnard
As the U.S. government prepares to take over the world, MC infiltrates one of their elite academies that trains future leaders. MC must rise to the top in the Cube training grounds in order to be placed high up within the government so she can stop them in their takeover.
It is not until her fourth and final year at the academy that her top-student status is threatened by the sudden arrival of Li, the new transfer student. MC is completely focused on her self-created mission until she gets sidetracked by Li, who might be bad news in more ways than which she bargained.
Summer Alone by Amy Sparling
Becca’s senior year of high school is approaching and she’s tired of being the dorky best friend. Determined to reinvent herself with help from Bayleigh, she plans to spend the summer breaking out of her shell. When Bayleigh gets grounded and sent away for three months, Becca’s plans come crashing down before they’ve even started.
Now Becca is alone and can’t even talk to Bayleigh on the phone. Not wanting to miss out on the summer before senior year, she takes a job at the local indoor BMX track. The job is fun, her boss is laid back, and the place is packed with hot guys. One of them just might have a crush on her. This may be a summer without her best friend, but it doesn’t mean she’ll have to spend the summer alone.
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