Illuminae — Jay Kristoff & Amie Kaufman

It's hard enough to break up with the guy you love. It's even worse to have your planet blown up on the same day. Kady and Ezra are forced to seek shelter in a fleet of warships and carrier craft, bound to an agonizingly unlikely escape route from the enemy organization BeiTech, who are determined to leave no survivors. Let's just say that teenage drama and intergalactic warfare make for one hell of an uncomfortable combo.

Confess — Colleen Hoover

When Auburn Mason Reed returns to Dallas after the loss of her first love, she's desperate for work - anything to get her rent paid so that she can stay in this city that she hates, this city so far from home, this city that she refuses to leave. When she walks right past the art studio with its HELP WANTED sign, she says it's luck; when she realizes the artist shares her middle name, he says it's fate. Just one evening with Owen Mason Gentry, and both of their lives are sent into a tailspin full of delight and regret, lies and confessions, heartache and a shot at love - and all of it comes at a price.

The Sun is Also a Star — Nicola Yoon

Natasha doesn't have time for love. Not when she's on her way to a deportation tonight, thanks to her father's mistakes. Not when she's facing leaving the only home she's ever known.

Daniel doesn't have time for love. Not when he's on his way to a Yale interview, desperate to appease his demanding father. Not when he's determined to step out of his older brother's shadow, once and for all.

Too bad fate has other plans.

All the Bright Places — Jennifer Niven

When Finch and Violet meet one another on the ledge of their school's bell tower, it's a mystery who saves who; though Finch talks Violet down, she can't be seen as "the girl who almost jumped after her sister died", so Finch takes the fall, and Violet is a hero. It doesn't matter to Finch, though; he's met the first person he can relate to in a long time, and now he's determined not to let her go. A school project brings them together: a task to wander their home state of Indiana, to find all of its Hoosier Wonders. As Violet begins to heal, though, Finch finds himself torn between the joy of puppy love, or the ache of the storm inside his own head.

Our Chemical Hearts — Krystal Sutherland

Henry doesn't need love. It isn't that he's bitter, or stuck in the past - love just isn't something that has ever concerned him. He's got everything he needs, until Grace Town walks into his life. The unkempt girl with the limp, clad in men's clothing, shouldn't catch his eye, but she does, and before he knows it, Henry is sucked into a whirlwind of grief, love, and learning that sometimes, beauty lies in the brokenness.

The Merciless — Danielle Vega

Sofia just wants to fit in, like any new girl would. High school is a big, scary world - especially when you're a military brat, moving every six months. When she makes new friends with the popular girls, she's over the moon. When they ask her to spy on the weird kid, Brooklyn, she's wary. When they ask her to help them perform an exorcism on Brooklyn, Sofia begins to realize that something is very wrong here.

After all, everyone has their own sins to confess.

A Court of Thorns and Roses — Sarah J. Maas

19-year-old Feyre's only concern is keeping her father and sisters fed, but a hunting trip in the forest that separates the human realm from that of the Faerie realm goes awry when she comes across a wolf that might not be of her world at all. Killing the wolf proves to be the most risky choice Feyre has ever made, when a shapeshifting Faerie comes across the wall to take her back with him: a life for a life, in exchange for the disguised Faerie she murdered in the woods. As Feyre adjusts to her new home in Prythian, she finds out that all she has known of the Faeries may not be as it seems - and she is plunged into a war that began long before her birth. Can she survive as a mere mortal girl in the world of Faeries, or will she be ripped apart like so many before her?