John Smith has had his heart broken by a leggy blonde and has sworn off women because of it. Enter Becca Swanson, a nerdy conservative girl whose life plan is to study law and take on the world. Their two paths cross and suddenly John isn’t so sure he should stay away from women any longer. This sequel to Discovering April is mysterious and romantic and completely satisfying.
Carter Colby is the most unpopular kid in school. This wouldn’t be so bad if his twin brother Marcus weren’t the most popular kid in school. But when Marcus is killed in a motorcycle accident, Carter is left like a dead man walking, because he is wearing his brother’s face, and things won’t ever be the same.
Emerson Knight and Riley Moon team up to solve the mystery of a missing island, which vanished without a trace. It had belonged to Buddhist monk Wayan Bagus, and all he wants is to get his island back. Will Knight and Moon be able to crack the case?
Devon Tennyson has a great life and is happy to watch school football games on Friday nights and secretly crush on her best friend Cas. Suddenly her cousin Foster is dropped in her lap and she has to find a way to shake him loose and continue as if he never existed.
Eleven years ago, six kindergartners went missing, and now five of them have come back – unharmed. The problem is, they have no idea where they’ve been, so they can’t assist in the investigation to find their kidnappers. What’s more, no one knows what’s become of the last kid. Will they ever figure it out?
Twelve-year-old Alice Mayfair is keeping a huge secret – she’s not human. But who is she? In order to answer this question, she does some digging in her past. She plans to travel to New York City to find the answers she’s looking for – but will she find it?
Josh and Emma have been friends and neighbors their whole lives. Their lives change when they receive AOL CDs in the mail and load them onto their computers. From there, they’re able to log onto Facebook. The thing is, though, it’s currently 1996 and Facebook wasn’t invented until 2004. They suddenly realize that the decisions they make now will impact their lives in the future and are afraid of what they might change for the worse.