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Daimon (Covenant #0.5)- By Jennifer L. Armentrout
Dangerous Dream (Dangerous Creatures #0.5)- By Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl
Day 21 (The Hundred #2)- By Kass Morgan
Dead Jed: Adventure of A Middle School Zombie- By Scott Craven
Dead Over Heels (Dead Series #2)- By Alison Kemper
Death & Co (Death & Co #1)- By D.J. McCune
Deep Blue (Waterfire Saga #1)- By Jennifer Donnelly
Defector (Variants #2)- By Susanne Winnacker
Diary of a Teenage Jewel Thief by Rosie Somers
Doll Bones- By Holly Black
Dominion (Guardian Angels #1)- By Melody Manful
Donna of the Dead- By Alison Kemper
Don't Even Think About It (Don't Even Think About It #1)- By Sarah Mlynowski
Don't Judge a Girl by Her Cover (Gallagher Girls #3)- By Ally Carter
Dorothy Must Die (Dorothy Must Die #1)- By Danielle Paige
Down Under with the Hottie (Investigating the Hottie #3)- By Juli Alexander
Drink, Slay, Love- By Sarah Beth Durst
Dualed (Dualed #1)- By Elsie Chapman
Taken at Dusk (Shadow Falls #3) by C.C. Hunter
Teardrop (Teardrop #1)- Lauren Kate
Ten- By Gretchen McNeil
The Almost Girl- By Amalie Howard
The Bane- By Keary Taylor
The Beloved- By Alison Rattle
The Catalyst- By Helena Coggan
The Dark Light by Sara Walsh
The Deep (The Island #3)- By Jen Minkman
The Devil You Know by Trish Dollar
The Diabolic (The Diabolic #1) by S.J. Kincaid
The DUFF (The DUFF #1)- By Kody Keplinger
The Elite (The Selection #2)- By Kiera Cass
The End of Oz (Dorothy Must Die #4)- By Danielle Paige
The Fill-In Boyfriend- By Kasie West
The Geography of You and Me- By Jennifer E. Smith
The Ghost and the Goth- By Stacey Kade
The Ghosts of Heaven- By Marcus Sedgwick
The Good Girls (The Perfectionists #2)- By Sara Shepard
The Here and Now- By Ann Brashares
The Island (The Island #1)- By Jen Minkman
The Kiss- By Lucy Courtenay
The Liar Society- By Lisa Roecker & Laura Roecker
The Lying Game- By Sara Shepard
The Memory Hit- By Carla Spradberry
The Name On Your Wrist- By Helen Hiorns
The One (The Selection #3)- By Kiera Cass
The Optical Illusion by Rachel Halliburton
The Originals (The Originals #1)- By Julie Plec
The Outlanders (The Fulfilment Series #2)- By Erin Albert Rhew
The Perfectionists (The Perfectionists #1)- By Sara Shepard
The Prophecy (The Fulfilment Series #1)- By Erin Rhew
The Queen of Zombie Hearts (The White Rabbit Chronicles #3)- By Gena Showalter
The Rain (The Rain #1)- By Virginia Bergin
The Rainbow Man- By P.B. Kane
The Recruit (Cherub #1)- By Robert Muchamore
The Riddles of Hillgate (Z & C Mysteries #1)- By Zoey & Claire Kane
The Selection (The Selection #1)- By Kiera Cass
The Silence of Six- By E.C. Myers
The Silver Strand (Mastermind Academy #1)- By L.J. Clarkson
The Spy Who Totally Had a Crush on Me (Spy Goddess #3)- By Michael P. Spradlin
The Troop- By Nick Cutter
The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer (Mara Dyer #1)- By Michelle Hodkin
The Waves (The Island #2)- By Jen Minkman
The Winner's Crime (The Winner's Trilogy #2)- By Marie Rutkoski
The Winner's Curse (The Winner's Curse #1)- Marie Rutkoski
The Winner's Kiss (The Winner's Trilogy #3) by Marie Rutkoski
The Worst Girlfriend in the World- By Sarra Manning
The 100 (The Hundred #1)- By Kass Morgan
The 100 Society- Carla Spradberry
These Shallow Graves- By Jennifer Donnelly
TimeBomb (TimeBomb Trilogy #1)- By Scott K. Andrews
Torment (Fallen #2)- Lauren Kate
Trust Me, I'm Lying- By Mary Elizabeth Summer
Trust Me, I'm Trouble (Trust Me #2)- By Mary Elizabeth Summer
Turned at Dark (Shadow Falls #0.5)- By C.C. Hunter
Two Truths and a Lie (The Lying Game #3)- By Sara Shepard
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