1. A Blind Spot for Boys by Justina Chen
Sixteen-year-old Shana Wilde has a never ending problem; she continues to date “Mr. Wrong.” Boy after boy seems to be a mistake, which has led her to a crucial decision—Shana is officially on a Boy Moratorium. But what will Shana do when she meets Quattro, the undeniably cute lacrosse player that she has a serious connection with? With love and loss, humor and heartbreak, Shana has the ultimate boy problem and must decide if she is ready to embrace a new chance at happiness.
2. Serenade by Emily Kiebel
Lorelei is training to become a classically trained soprano, but what Lorelei doesn’t know is that, what she loves to do is her destiny. After the tragic death of her father, Lorelei hesitantly accepts an invitation to stay at her estranged aunt’s house in Cape Cod where she discovers she is a siren. When she breaks the rules by rescuing a sailor she was supposed to sing to his death, Lorelei must decide if his safety is more important than her own. Her boy troubles not only put her in danger, but they also upset the balance of fate in the process.
3. Hit by Lorie Ann Grover
Sarah’s future college plans at an all girls university suddenly feel uninviting after she steps into poetry class led by Mr. Haddings, a student teacher from the nearby University of Washington. A mutual attraction and a flirtatious relationship ensue, but creates too great a risk for both Sarah and Mr. Haddings. Sarah’s intention to continue with the forbidden relationship and Mr. Haddings need to put an end to it, comes to a halt when Mr. Haddings hears a thud under his front bumper and finds Sarah in the street with blood pooling beneath her. Will Sarah’s boy troubles cause her, her life?
4. Starry Night by Isabel Gillies
A night at a black-tie event will change everyone’s life, especially Wren’s. An enormous wind blasts through the city, making everyone feel like something unexpected and amazing will happen, and for Wren, that is Nolan. Nolan changes the way Wren’s heart beats. However, after this sudden change nothing makes sense for Wren anymore. She must face a colossal decision; how much is she willing to give up for the sake of love?
5. The Summer I Fell by Sonya Loveday
Riley has always been a part of the Six, a rowdy group of boys that she has grown up with. And all of that testosterone did not make things easy, especially in high school. An oath was taken between the Six that Riley is off limits until after graduation. That makes thing difficult for Ace, who has always loved Riley and when he finds out that she feels the same way, Riley must make the difficult decision between staying true to the oath or saying goodbye forever.