Seventeen-year-old Katie Price has a rare disease that makes exposure to even the smallest amount of sunlight deadly. Confined to her house during the day, her company is limited to her widowed father and her best (okay, only) friend. It isn’t until after nightfall that Katie’s world opens up, when she takes her guitar to the local train station and plays for the people coming and going.Charlie Reed is a former all-star athlete at a crossroads in his life – and the boy Katie has secretly admired from afar for years. When he happens upon her playing guitar one night, fate intervenes and the two embark on a star-crossed romance. As they challenge each other to chase their dreams and fall for each other under the summer night sky, Katie and Charlie form a bond strong enough to change them – and everyone around them – forever. Get the book now, and go see the movie March 23!
Sixteen-year-old Lizzie Finkelstein is a hard-partying socialite who lives a charmed life with her mother in Manhattan. After a public drunken escapade results in both an arrest and an embarrassing viral video online, Lizzie’s parents stage a late night intervention. Lizzie finds herself whisked away to Utah to learn a lesson or two about taking responsibility at Camp Smiley, a wilderness survival program for troubled kids.
Camp Smiley is a far cry from Lizzie’s high society life in New York. Without her stable of luxury hair/makeup items, her teacup Pomeranian, contact with the outside world or access to social media, Lizzie must face the harsh conditions of the outdoors. Grouped with troubled campers in which she’s certain she has nothing in common (except Jack, who’s pretty hot), Lizzie must now learn to dig her own toilet in the woods and build a fire by rubbing two sticks together before the camp will ever let her go back to her former existence. She has a choice: get with the program, or get out of there. Available at major booksellers and indies April 18
A Really Awesome Mess
Emmy has some serious anger and abandonment issues to work through, having been adopted into an otherwise biologically-related family that looks and acts nothing like her. When Emmy’s empty threat to kill a classmate on Facebook gets her expelled from the local high school, she’s sent to therapeutic boarding school where she reluctantly works on her problems, harbors a stolen pig, and falls in love. Now in paperback!
Notes from the Blender
Popular gymnast Neilly has nerves of steel, which is exactly what it takes to stay in the in-crowd once her father announces he’s leaving her mom to marry a man. But when Neilly learns her mom is knocked up by the father of a kid at school who is obsessed with death metal and looks like a vampire, she realizes it’s going to take a lot more than just guts to keep her social life (and sanity) intact. A story of unlikely friendship, redemption, and finding our commonality against all odds. Now in paperback!
So Lyrical–The Remix!
It’s not easy living in the world’s most conservative suburb with a mom who can’t put her groupie days behind her and a non-existent dad who just might be one of the 80s biggest rock stars. Or smallest stars. Or one-hit wonders, for all Trace’s mom will tell her. With her senior year in high school upon her, Trace sets out with best friend Brina and new boyfriend Zander to find out the truth behind who contributed the other half of her DNA. Get the classic edition here, or wait for the special 10th anniversary remix coming soon!
Overnight Sensation–The Remix!
Trace thinks she knows enough about her newfound dad to make the leap from being genetically related to spiritually connected in a single visit—until she gets to his blinged-out house in California. He’s made a room for Trace in his house, but can Shamus make room for her in his heart? And getting to know her dad isn’t the only thing that’s turning out to be harder than Trace thought. So is trying to get serious with Zander, her on again-off again boyfriend—especially since they’ll be at different colleges in just a few short weeks. On top of that, she’s dealing with her wild-child mother’s wedding plans. And trying to get used to the punky new haircut-slash-dye job that’s supposed to conceal her identity from the entire world…because the entire world just might’ve caught an eyeful of Trace’s butt on the Internet. Forget about only dipping a big toe into life’s big pond. Sometimes you just have to dive right in to be an overnight sensation. Get the classic here, or wait for the special 10th anniversary remix edition coming soon!