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Preview That Girl, Darcy by James Ramos
It is a truth universally acknowledged that geeky guys never get to date the pretty girls.
Elliott Bennett is entering his senior year and finding a girlfriend is the last thing on his mind. That is, until Darcy Fitzwilliam moves into the only mansion in the neighborhood. When Elliott meets Darcy at a party, he finds out that she isn’t into skateboarding (which he lives for), she hates science fiction (which he loves), and she thinks his friends are a pack of morons (which, honestly, might be half true)—and yet, there’s something irritatingly intriguing about her.
This gender-swapped Pride and Prejudice retelling brings back all the original characters in a quirky modern day setting that holds true to the original story while bringing new humor and misunderstandings.
That Girl, Darcy is a Teen High School Romance.
My Fair Assassin by C.J. Anaya
It’s not everyday a teenage girl is singled out for assassination.
Crysta has come to accept the fact that she is freakishly different. Her shocking white hair, creepy powers, and weird eating habits have prevented her from fitting in with her various foster families. Now that she is fully emancipated and providing for herself, she hopes that life will settle down and become something halfway normal.
Her hopes are shattered when a dangerous man with lethal intent breaks into her apartment, but this enticing stranger isn’t what he seems. Is he here to kill her or protect her from others who will?
Exclusive Those Chosen Few by Melanie McFarlane
Ellie Mae loves the open skies of the Midwest where she helps her dad farm. But a mass infection has spread out over North America the last two years and now domes have been built to protect those lucky enough to get a lottery ticket. If Ellie Mae is one of those chosen to move into the domes, will she be able to give up her freedom? And what if those she loves don’t receive a ticket?
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