One by Sarah Crossan – Tippi and Grace share everything, even their body. They’ve lived their entire lives together, so being so close is normal for them. They don’t know any different. And they love each other, so why risk separation when it is so dangerous? But then their bodies are fighting against them and they have no choice but to face up to the thing they have been avoiding their entire lives. Such a great, honest, raw and moving account of two girls who can’t live without each other.
Lair of Dreams (The Diviners #2) by Libba Bray – The whole of New York now know that Evie is a Diviner and that she can read objects and now they are all lining up to see her do it and has become a media sensation and earned her self the title ‘America’s Sweetheart Seer’. However, not everyone is that accepting of Diviners. Meanwhile, a sleeping sickness has be plaguing the city, its origins unknown. Can the Diviners enter the dream world and catch the one responsible? Libba Bray has a gift in creating her worlds and the atmosphere and she created the 1920s America atmosphere perfectly with the perfect blend of the supernatural. Creepy and haunting, Lair of Dreams is a book you won’t be able to put down.
Night Owls by Jenn Bennett – Beatrix meets Jack on the Owl, San Francisco’s night bus. They hit it off straight away. Jack is funny, witty, charming… and a famous graffiti artist in San Francisco who has evaded the cops for a long time. Meeting each other changes each other’s lives and gives them each someone to rely on and share secrets with. A perfect blend of romance and art. Night Owls is a fun and exciting read, but it also has a darker and deeper side which I believe will satisfy those artists, hopeful romantics, and those who are looking for something darker.