**Star Crossed Hurricane—by Wendy Knight**
You don’t date your best friend’s ex.
It doesn’t matter how head-over-heels, absolutely and completely in love with her you are.
Sawyer met the girl of his dreams, and then found out she was the ex his best friend can’t get over. He’s forced to keep her in the friend zone, no matter how much it hurts him. And the fact that he knows she wants him, too, only makes it harder. But it’s a fight he’s determined to win.
Until they’re trapped together in a condemned house during a massive storm. For the first time since he met her, Sawyer’s not sure he can keep his heart to himself.
**The Trouble With Frogs—by Leah Sanders**
When her best friend signs her up for an online dating service, Jory Wendell swears she will never use it. But after three months of constant nagging, her resolve weakens. For Jory, dating is always a disaster. A fact that makes no difference to her best friend, who insists that in order to find a prince, she’ll have to kiss a few frogs. A pretty sentiment, to be sure. But this isn’t a fairy tale. It’s Jory’s life.
And Jory has no use for frogs.
Armed with half a dozen horror stories, she is ready to give up on dating. Will she give it one last chance? Or will her love life croak?
**Unforgettable—by Kelly Martin**
Maggie Millard wants to forget the past. She wants to move on from her horrible break up with the guy she thought she’d be with forever and from being called ‘Margaret the Target’ by one very relentless bully way back in middle school.
Except she can’t move on. Not really. Her ex, Jake, is still in her classes—flaunting his new romance with slutty Kalynn. Everywhere Maggie looks, he’s there… and Kalynn’s there… and… yuck.
Enter Harry Bond— not his real name. Harry saves her when she gets incredibly drunk at a party. Harry saves her when she is confronted by Jake in the library. Harry saves her in English class.
Maggie could grow to love Harry.
The bad part? She knows nothing about him except he has a secret of his own. And his secret is one she may not be able to forgive.
Targeted Age Group: YA-Adult