When blond surfer Lissa Mansfield transfers from Santa Barbara to posh Gloria Stanford Fremont Preparatory Academy in San Francisco, she figures joining the in-crowd will be easy. But obstacles at the boarding school soon start mounting up. Is Lissa equal to the classes, cliques, and crushes at Glory Prep?read more »
It’s the last term of junior year and Carly Aragon can’t wait—but an ugly surprise is waiting for her. The flamboyant, rich, and arrogant Lady Lindsay MacPhail is her new roommate—and she proceeds to steal Carly’s privacy, her confidence, and worst of all, the boy she’s crushing on!read more »
Shani Hanna has always felt like the poor little rich girl—she has everything she wants and almost nothing that she needs, like the attention of her globetrotting parents. But all that changes during senior year at Glory Prep. On her first day back, she meets a handsome prince!read more »
With Christmas—and finals—coming up fast, Mac can’t make up her mind where to spend her vacation. So she invites everyone—Lissa, Gillian, Carly, and Shani—to join her! And if she can get her mother involved, maybe her parents will see what a mistake they’ve made in splitting up, and realize they’re meant for each other.read more »
Sophia Brucker is torn between two young men: David Fischer, whom she has known since childhood, and Gabriel Langford, the new arrival.
Under the elders’ approving eyes, it seems Gabriel is dedicated to worshipping God. But his methods may not stand up to too close a scrutiny ...
Rebecca Hodder has always been content with her life in the Old Order Mennonite community of Mitternacht—until Zeff Eliason moves in as her father’s new farmhand. Zeff is a fallen angel who needs to get to the next level of hell in a bad way—and Rebecca is going to help him get there.
She wants to be an engineer, but society will never allow it. Until riots break out in steampunk London and she seizes her chance...
“An immensely fun series, a wonderful main character (one of my favourites in the genre) and a great sense of Victorian style and language that’s both fun and beautiful to read.” —Fangs for the Fantasy: The latest in urban fantasy from a social justice perspectiveread more »