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May 29, 2017

What's New?

Three fantastic new additions to our collection!

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Dividing Eden
Joelle Charbonneau
In Charbonneau’s (Testing trilogy) new fantasy series, royal twins Carys and Andreus were never meant to inherit the throne. But when their father the king and their older brother the crown prince are murdered by assassins, the line of succession is no longer clear. In order to determine which sibling is worthy of ruling the kingdom, the twins are forced to take part in a Trial of Succession that is shaped by the schemes of a power-hungry ruling council. The sister and brother have always kept each other safe—from secrets, from the court, and from the monsters lurking in the mountains. Now their bonds of trust and family are put to the test and it doesn't take long before their fight for the crown leads to secrets, jealousy, and betrayal!

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Once and for All
Sarah Dessen
Dessen’s (Saint Anything, 2015) latest is an entertaining story filled with humor, romance, and an ending that is so much more than happily-ever-after. Louna was in love once, but it ended tragically when her long-distance boyfriend, Ethan, was killed in a school shooting. Now she's totally soured on the thought of everlasting love and is spending the summer working for her cynical mother's successful, high-end wedding-planning business. Louna isn't thrilled when her mother is forced to hire Ambrose, the gorgeous but unpredictable son of a client. At first she’s immune to his charms and keeps her distance. But Ambrose is convinced that he's finally found someone to save him from his serial dating ways, and he's not about to be discouraged!

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When Dimple Met Rishi
Sandhya Menon
In this heartfelt romance, debut author Menon introduces two Indian-American teens from traditional families who have just graduated from high school and are eager for adulthood. Rishi Patel is a hopeless romantic who longs for an arranged marriage like his parents have. Dimple Shah refuses to be pressured into marriage and is more than ready for a break from her family. She sees education and a career as her chance to escape her parents' search for the ideal Indian husband. The Patels and the Shahs have arranged for their children to marry, but only Rishi is aware of the plan. When Dimple and Rishi finally meet at a summer tech program, they're shocked to realize what it is they truly want, and what they’re willing to sacrifice to get it.
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