When Tanner’s family moves from California to a conservative religious community in Utah, he makes the decision to hide his bisexuality and just get through his remaining classes. In just a few months, Tanner figures, he can leave Utah forever and move on with his life. But when he enters a four month book-writing challenge and falls for the prodigy young author who mentors the group, his plans for coasting through his last semester go awry.
Madeline suffers from a rare disease, SCID, that essentially makes her allergic to the outside world; because of this, she can’t leave her house and her social circle basically consists of her mother and her nurse—until, that is, Olly moves in next door. They begin communicating through IM, emails, and messages written on their windows, and soon this friendship develops into something more. Is this love? Madeline decides to risk everything to find out.
Anything is possible if you have a plan, or so Desi Lee believes, but she doesn’t have a plan when it comes to boys, so she takes guidance from Korean dramas. Armed with her “K Drama Steps to True Love,” Desi actively constructs scenarios to make elusive, artsy, Luca fall in love with her—but does she have to try so hard? Maybe not.
Lina is in Italy, fulfilling her mother’s dying request that she meet her father, but all she wants to do is go back home. Will she be able to connect with her father and fall in love with Italy like her mother did?
Princess Dennaleia’s future seems to be set: she’ll marry the prince and seal a political alliance that will protect her homeland from hostile lands. There’s just one catch: magic is forbidden in Mynaria and Denna has powers. As she learns to the ways of her new kingdom, Denna must keep this secret, while learning about the kingdom from her betrothed's prickly sister. When an assassination brings these young women closer together, it just might be love. But can she follow her heart, when the arranged marriage seems to be the only thing that can save her people?
Louna, the daughter of a famous wedding planner has seen over and over and again that a “perfect” wedding doesn’t guarantee a happily-ever-after ending, so she’s more than a bit cynical about love. But then she meets Ambrose, who just won’t give up on her, despite her best efforts to keep him at a distance…
Aki has always known she’s bisexual, even if she’s never dated a girl. When she meets Christa on a church mission to Mexico, she finally has a chance to test her theory and the result may just be love.
When best friends Charlie, Taylor, and Jamie go to a big comic convention to promote Charlie’s first movie, they expect to have fun; they don’t know the experience will change all of their lives forever.
In a world where magic is forbidden, genie Zahra must disguise herself to stay alive until Aladdin, her new master, has selected his three wishes. When then the King of the Jinn offers Zahra a chance to be free from her lamp forever, she almost takes it—but she can’t quite bring herself to betray the man she has come to love.
It’s his last year of freedom before taking over the family estate, so Monty is determined to spend his Grand Tour of Europe getting into trouble and having as much fun as he can while he’s doing it. But when one of his reckless decisions finally catches up to him and turns the trip into a dangerous manhunt, he has to reevaluate everything he knows, including his new relationship with his best friend and traveling companion.
For as long as she can remember, Natalie has suffered from chronic nightmares, most often “visitations” from an old woman she calls Grandmother, but it now seems her reality is beginning to mix with that of a world very different from her own. When Natalie meets Beau, an attractive boy she's never seen before, she must rush to uncover the truth behind Grandmother’s visitations and her new ability to slide between realities, in order to save him.
Fearing rejection, Molly has silently nursed 26 crushes, and she’s trying to find the courage to break out of this pattern. Might her nice, geeky coworker—the awkward Lord of the Rings superfan—be just who she needs to help her take a risk on love?
Dimple has made it very clear to her family that she doesn’t want to get married; she wants to go to college and become a web developer. When her parents agree to pay for tuition for a summer program for aspiring web developers, she thinks they must be relenting a little on the whole arranged marriage idea. Unbeknownst to her, though, her intended husband, Rishi is in the program, too, and he’s going to try to sweep her off her feet.