#1. Pretty Revenge by Emily Liebert — Suspense — “Exploring just how far someone will go for vengeance, Pretty Revenge is a riveting, compulsively readable novel bursting with mind-bending twists and turns and plenty of suspense.”

#2. Tell Me Who We Were by Kate McQuade — Literary Fiction — “Lyrical, intimate, and incisive, Tell Me Who We Were explores the inner worlds of girls and women, the relationships we cherish and betray, and the transformations we undergo in the simple act of living.”

#3. The Best Lies by Sarah Lyu — Contemporary YA — “She was happy once. Remy had her boyfriend Jack, and Elise, her best friend—her soulmate—who understood her better than anyone else in the world. But now Jack is dead, shot through the chest—And it was Elise who pulled the trigger.”

#4. The Me I Used to Be by Jennifer Ryan — Contemporary Romance — “After serving time for a crime she didn’t commit, Evangeline returns home to a cold welcome…Her only ally: the cop who sent her away. Chris Chambers is positive she went to prison to protect someone else. He strikes a deal: help him track down the real criminals in exchange for clearing her name. But the closer Evangeline and Chris get to exposing the truth—and to each other—the deeper Evangeline is drawn into a dangerous sting that could finally bring her justice…or put her dreams on hold permanently.”

#5. The Plus One by Sarah Archer — Women’s Fiction — “A hilarious and heartwarming debut novel about a brilliant but socially inept robotics engineer who builds her own wedding date to her sister’s wedding, and learns more about love than she ever expected.”

#6. Temper by Layne Fargo — Thriller — “For fans of the high-stakes tension of the New York Times bestsellers Luckiest Girl Alive and The Lying Game, a razor-sharp page-turner about female ambition and what happens when fake violence draws real blood.”

#7. True Gold by Michelle Pace — Contemporary Romance — “Growing up in True, Alaska, the only truth I knew was that Delilah Campbell was an arrogant pain in my ass. She was also my everything, and still haunts my every waking moment…I want to tell her to go to hell and throw my phone in the river, but it seems Delilah’s visceral grip on me is permanent. “It’s mom. She’s missing. I need your help….”

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