Paperweight — Meg Haston

When Stevie is admitted against her will to a rehab for her eating disorder, she sees it as nothing more than a temporary setback. Her loving father and the hippie shrink, with all of their good intentions, aren't enough to take away the fact that there are only 27 days left until the anniversary of Stevie's older brother's death. There are only 27 days left until the anniversary of the night she killed him.

There are only 27 days left until she repays that debt with her own life.

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.