Books & Reading
Rebel Mechanics: All is Fair in Love and Revolution by Shanna Swendson
In 1888 New York City, 17-year-old governess Verity Newton agrees to become a spy for an underground society developing non-magical sources of power, via steam engines, to fight against magic-wielding British magisters.
Ruthless by Carolyn Lee Adams
Kidnapped and hidden in a cabin deep in the mountains, Ruth is determined not to become this serial killer’s next trophy, and when she escapes with her hunter close at her heels, Ruth must decide just how far she’ll go in order to survive.
The Heart of Betrayal by Mary E. Pearson
Held captive Princess Lia has little chance of escape and is forced to make choices that affect her country, her people, and her own destiny.
Blood Will Tell by April Henry
When a socially awkward kid who dreams of heroism and enjoys violent video games is wrongly accused of murder, Alexis and Ruby race to clear the boy’s name before it is too late.