Nothing to See Here follows Lilian as she becomes a nanny for one of her childhood friends. To her surprise, the children spontaneously catch on fire. So Lilian has to help conceal this secret to protect the children’s father’s political job.
Ugly Love follows Tate after she moves in with her pilot brother. She quickly finds chemistry with his next-door neighbor and fellow pilot. But he’s too emotionally damaged to ever love again and she’s too busy for a relationship. So they create rules for a friends-with-benefits situation. But rules are meant to be broken.
After an all-too-realistic dream, Helena realizes that her future husband is closer than she thinks. Too bad she’s already in a relationship and her future husband is dating her roommate.
The Immortalists follows four siblings. As children, they visit a psychic who tells them the exact days of their deaths. That knowledge shapes their entire lives and takes them on diverging paths.
Tell Me Three Things is about Jessie, a teenage girl who moves from Chicago to Los Angeles when her dad gets remarried two years after her mother’s death. She gets anonymous emails from someone at her school who offers her mentorship in navigating the tricky dynamics of her new prep school.
February is about love, romance, and tingly feelings. Here are my favorite feel-good books to read around Valentine’s Day (Happily Ever After ending required).
Eleanor is cringey and socially awkward with a depressing backstory. Her life is very structured and isolated, until she becomes obsessed with a rockstar. During her quest to change herself to be more appealing to the singer, she becomes unlikely friends with the IT guy from her work.
Lara Jean writes love letters to all of her past crushes—five in total—including one to her older sister’s recent ex-boyfriend. She keeps them hidden in a hatbox, never intending to actually send them. Until one day someone sends them out without her knowing.
“Imagine going about your day knowing someone’s carrying you in their mind. That has to be the best part of…
“Depression is anger turned inward.” Genre: Contemporary Young Adult. Number of Pages: 177. Perspective: First. Location: Harlem, New York.…