180 Seconds by Jessica Park

Allison enters her junior year of college still struggling to connect with others. Her time in foster care has seriously affected her ability to trust people, even though she was adopted at 16. After accidentally entering a social experiment, she meets and surprisingly connects with the internet famous Esben. It only takes 180 seconds for the internet to see they have something special, but it might take Allison a bit longer. 2/5 stars

Dating on the Dork Side by Charity Tahmaseb and Darcy Vance

Camy is a high schooler who's satisfied with her life as an outsider. She has a best friend who's as geeky as her, and even though she's secretly crushing on football player, Gavin, it doesn't matter anyway because she has no chance with him. However, when she discovers a despicable website about the girls of her high school, she decides to do something about it. And then her world is turned upside, and surprisingly so are everybody else's. 3/5 stars

Spellbound by Cara Lynn Shultz

Emma is moving in with her Aunt Christine after a terrifying accident with her stepfather. With the move, comes the usual drama of a new school, bullies, and a hot guy who gives her the cold shoulder. Not to mention all the paranormal craziness that's going on. 2/5 stars

Cage of Darkness (Reign of Secrets #2) by Jennifer Anne Davis

Allyssa and Odar, formerly Jarvik, have found themselves in quite a sticky situation. The assassin has them captured for his own mysterious plans. As they try to escape, identities and personalities are thrown backwards and all which ways. Plans and promises are made and then suddenly turned on its head. Everything and everyone has their own agenda, and Allyssa is just trying her best to keep up. 5/5 stars

Alex, Approximately by Jenn Bennett

Bailey, aka Mink, is moving this summer to her Dad's place in California, which also happens to be the same place her online best friend lives. She decides not to tell him so she can scope out their compatibility for herself. But first she has to find him, which proves harder than expected, especially when she's so distracted by the irritatingly handsome Porter Roth. 4/5 stars

A Boy Like You by Ginger Scott

Joss learned all her mad ball-playing skills from her Dad. Except, now he doesn't really care about teaching her or even coming to her games. He hasn't cared since the day she almost died. And now there's a few new kids in school, and one of them seems a whole lot like the one who saved her that day. Maybe with the help of her savior, she'll once again regain her life from the dark hole it's in. --2/5 stars

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