One of Us Is Lying – Karen M. McManus

It’s like a Dan Brown novel for YA readers, a mystery/thriller that keeps you guessing right to the very end, and whether you guessed right or not, you won’t really care as the ride it so enjoyable.

The Duke’s Temptation – Raven McAllan*

The Duke’s Temptation was fresh and completely different from anything I’ve read recently and certainly lived up to the synopsis.

This Savage Song – Victoria Schwab

This being my first VE Schwab novel I wasn’t sure what to expect, although I had very high expectations for the novel and knew I was in for a treat.

Flame in the Mist – Renee Ahdieh

Being a big fan of the Throne of Glass series and Renee’s other novels Flame in the mist had been on my most anticipated list since it was announced.

Beneath A Burning Sky – Jenny Ashcroft*

A fast-paced and fantastic read, if I wasn’t wondering whodunnit I was wondering “will they/won’t they”.

Moonlit Waltz – Kathleen Collins*

I really enjoyed Moonlit Waltz, a Cinderella retelling, I just wanted more. More shifting, more angst and more adventure!

Emerge – Tobie Easton*

At first, I was unsure about Emerge, but once the story got going and I got to understand the characters a little more I couldn’t put this book down.

Passenger – Alexandra Bracken

Patience is required for Passenger, due to the slower pace, but the locations and character development make it well worth the effort.