Jude and her sisters have lived in the world of Faerie ever since their parents were murdered in front of them in the human world. They’ve grown up with the murder, call him “father” — but Jude knows she’ll never be like him. Like the other fae. She’s mortal. And the fae don’t particularly like mortals. Especially . . .
Mila has just graduated high school and aged out of the foster care system. She has no one and nothing. Maybe that’s why she accepts a job on a farm in the middle of nowhere, a place out of time and full of people like her: orphaned and haunted and alone. Though a refuge, the farm is haunted. There are ghosts . . .
Dash is walking through his favorite bookstore when he finds a red moleskin notebook hiding out on the shelves. Inside, he finds a literary scavenger hunt. Of course he plays along. Lily's whole family, other than her brother, Langston, has left her alone for her favorite holiday: Christmas. Feeling more alone than ever, Langston helps Lily come up . . .
As long as Margot can remember, it's just been her and her mother. No other family her mother will tell her about. No history. No questions asked. Their relationship is strained, to say the least. Margot wants more than what her mother has given her. So when she finds a clue that may lead her to some answers, she . . .
Adeline LaRue is born in 1691 in Villon, France. She was born here, she will live here, and she will die here, buried in a ten by ten plot with the rest of her family, generations before her. She will marry, have children, be the best wife and mother she can be. But Addie doesn't want this life for herself. She wants to see . . .
Since Simon died last year, a ton of copycat gossip apps have popped up at Bayview High. But none have been as successful as About That. With Simon gone, the gossip mill has run dry. Until a texted-based Truth or Dare game starts. And students at Bayview High are once again the targets. Phoebe is up first—and when . . .
It's been seventeen years since the creatures arrived. Twelve since Malorie and her children arrived at the The Jane Tucker School for the Blind, and ten years since they were forced to leave it. Malorie's children, Tom and Olympia, are sixteen now, and living under their mother's harsh rules and strict reality has left them wanting more than just to . . .
Camino lives in the Dominican Republic with her aunt, the village healer. She helps her aunt around the house and around the village, hoping one day to move to the States and go to college to be a doctor. She lives for the summers when her father comes to visit from America. Yahaira lives in New York with her mother and father. She's an . . .
It’s Hannah’s senior year of high school, but instead of worrying about dances and homework and friends, she’s planning to take down the Hunters before they can take away her magic. It comes to light that the Hunters have discovered a way to take out entire covens all at once, and Hannah is desperate to help the Clans save everyone’s magic. But this is a . . .
Five teens, who couldn’t be more different from one another, wind up together in detention: Nate, the drug dealer who’s on probation; Bronwyn, the future valedictorian; Cooper, Bayview High’s star baseball pitcher; Addie, the popular girl with the popular boyfriend; and Simon, the creator of Bayview’s notorious gossip app, where he spills the secrets of all his classmates, sometimes . . .