When a virus wipes out the animal population of the world, cannibalism becomes legal. Humans are bred and farmed for mass consumption. “Special meat,” it’s called. Marcos, who works at a processing plant, tries not to think about what he’s doing—tries not to think about the “heads” (not humans—they’re not called that anymore) that he’s . . .
Monique Grant's life isn't exactly going the way she planned. Her husband left her, and she's a little-known journalist writing fluff pieces for a magazine. So when Hollywood icon Evelyn Hugo asks her to pen her biography, everyone is shocked -- including Monique. But this is the chance of a lifetime, so she listens in fascination as Evelyn tells the . . .
Olive’s twin sister, Amy, loves sweepstakes and giveaways and contests. She’s getting married to Dane Thomas, and every aspect of the wedding and honeymoon are free, thanks to her incredible luck. Olive, on the other hand, is unlucky in just about everything: she lost her roommate, her job, and has to spend the day of the wedding with her . . .
It's the last day of high school, which means it's Rowan's last chance to one-up her nemesis Neil McNair (AKA McNightmare). For four years they've been competing at everything -- all leading up to which one of them will become their class' valedictorian. When Neil wins the title, Rowan's last chance to best him is Howl: a senior class game that . . .
Penny is ready with a capital R to go to college. She’s never been very good at making friends, so the only two people she’s leaving behind are her mom (who is more like the irresponsible child than Penny) and her boyfriend (who she’s not really that into). She can’t wait to escape to Austin, Texas and start living her actual life. Sam is stuck. He works at . . .
Joe Goldberg is alone again, and desperate to find true love. He messed up with Beck. He chose wrong. He knows that now. There's nothing left for him in New York, and after yet another betrayal Joe finds himself in Los Angeles, the city of second chances. In LA, Joe is determined to put his past behind him. But even as he finds . . .