Easton is a wreck. While his brother is in a coma, Hartley has amnesia. Now, he must pull himself together if he's to be of any help to Hartley or his family. Can he pull himself out of his downward spiral or will dark family secrets drag him further under?
Easton Royal has it all and nothing stands in his way. That is until he meets Hartley Wright who doesn't fall for any of his crap. This could be the beginning of something fun or potentially disastrous. Easton loves a challenge.
The Baudelaires arrive in a village of crows every year where not only one person of the village takes care of them, but ever does,
Henry Denton is regularly abducted by aliens. They've given him a choice. By pressing a button, he can save the world otherwise it's destroyed in 144 days. What will he choose?
The Baudelaire Orphans go to boarding school. They are excited but that changes quickly upon realizing that Count Olaf has figured a new plan out to steal their fortune.
Wizard and Glass (The Dark Tower IV)
Author: Stephen King
Roland finally tells his friends about his true love and how his journey for the Tower began.
Evercrossed (Kissed by An Angel #4)
Author: Elizabeth Chandler
It's been a year since Tristan died. Ivy has finally moved forward witht her life. She's with Will now and the two of them plus Beth have taken up fun summer jobs at a bed and breakfast in Cape Cod. All is going well until Tristan comes back...after Ivy dies in a car accident.
Author: V. C. Andrews
After losing her little brother, Clara Sue's grandpa then brings home another little boy who survived being poisoned. Still dealing with the tragedy and heartache, she can't handle him trying to replace her brother. But, it turns out the boy may have a tragic story of his own.
That’s Not What Happened
Author: Kody Keplinger
It's been three years since the shooting at Virgil County High School. The memories of that horrific day still haunt Lee. So do the lies. Her best friend, one of the victims, isn't the martyr the town has made her out to be and Lee is ready to come forward about it even though it could bring up those painful emotions again.