Twilight: The Graphic Novel, Volumes 1, 2 by Stephenie Meyer, art by Young Kim


 

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These books are the graphic novel adaption of the popular book Twilight. It’s like reading a quick summary of the books while looking at cool drawings. Great for a quick reread of the novel in a short amount of time, while getting the feelings and emotions of the original book.



Anna and the French Kiss, and Lola and the Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins


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If you like ‘chick-flicks’ you’ll like this book. When Anna’s romance-novelist father sends her to an elite American boarding school in Paris for her senior year of high school, she reluctantly goes, and meets an amazing boy who becomes her best friend, in spite of the fact that they both want something more.

Follow up Anna and the French Kiss with Lola and the Boy Next Door, in which Anna and Etienne appear.

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Budding costume designer Lola lives an extraordinary life in San Francisco with her two dads and beloved dog, dating a punk rocker, but when the Bell twins return to the house next door Lola recalls both the friendship-ending fight with Calliope, a figure skater, and the childhood crush she had on Cricket.



The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows


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This is a sweet book written in letter format about a woman who finds herself with a group of new friends on a distant island. She becomes important to all of them, as they become to her, and she finally decides to pay them a visit. There’s a little romance and a little fun. I would recommend this book for anyone (probably girls) who want a cute book that makes you feel happy when you’re done reading.


Shadow Song by Dorothy Keddington


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Megan, a journalist, gets a vacation like assignment which turns even better when she finally meets the man she is to interview. Cole is a popular singer and Megan starts to fall for him as soon as she hears his music. But of course, the path of love never runs smoothly. One of the recording bands is into some bad ritualistic ceremonies, which could spell disaster for Megan and Cole. This book is a great, clean romance, with some darker undertones that will keep it interesting. Dorothy Keddington always writes a good romance.

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