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Deliah Lopez Dreser’s in town to take care of family business. They say the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, but there’s more to Lilah than meets the eye.

Cole’s in danger of losing his heart when this firestorm throws sparks his way. However, is she simply playing him for the fool in order to exact revenge for her brother’s murders?

Maggie and Seth’s reaction when the truth is revealed pushes friendship to the limit. And this time around it won’t be a Dreser causing an uproar in Port Fare. It will be Cole’s good friend Booker.

But does Booker have it all wrong? Usually not!

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Title: Unbelievable

Author: Sherry Gammon

Publisher: Self

Release Date: April 5, 2013

ISBN: 978-1477594247

Size: 374 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: YA Contemporary

Port Fare Series: Unlovable (bk 1)

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Small Town Superhero is about a boy whose life is turned upside down after a horrible accident tears apart his family and forces him to live with his relatives.

Kelson struggles with the move to a small farming town where he becomes the target of the town’s gang. When circumstances turn dangerous, Kelson is forced to risk everything to save the town and the girl who changed his life and captured his heart.

Small Town Superhero has a fresh voice and frank point of view that draws you into Kelson’s life and helps you understand the boy who is fighting to overcome challenges made by both his decisions and the circumstances of a town struggling to face its past.

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Title: Small Town Superhero

Author: Cheree Alsop

Publisher: CreateSpace

Release Date: February 27, 2013

ISBN: 978-1482645231

Size: 276 pages, 5×8, softcover

Genre: Young Adult

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Spill Over by Jolene Perry

July 9, 2012

“I’m not in New York. I’m friends with a girl. I’m living on a boat… with my dad… At this point, I figure anything’s possible.” Antony loves his life in New York. He loves living with his mother and wearing designer clothes. He loves his private tutors for home school. It’s practically necessary since his […]

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A Farewell to Charms by Lindsey Leavitt

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Desi Bascomb is a princess substitute prodigy—she’s the fastest employee ever to advance to level three in the Facade Agency, and the youngest to ever be a full-time sub. But now with all eyes on Desi, the only thing she wants is a moment alone to talk to Reed, who’s a Façade legacy and secretly […]

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Altercation by Tamara Hart Heiner

June 6, 2012
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The FBI promises Jacinta Rivera and her friends that they are safe. Jaci wants desperately to believe them but weeks of hiding from their kidnapper, alias “The Hand”, have left her wary. Hidden from the public eye in an FBI safe house, Jaci must reconcile both the mysterious disappearance of her father and the murder […]

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The Breakaway by Michelle Davidson Argyle

May 21, 2012
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When Naomi Jensen is kidnapped, it takes her parents two days to realize she’s missing. Escape isn’t high on her list of priorities when all she has to return to is an abusive boyfriend and parents who never paid much attention to her. For the first time in her life she’s part of a family-even […]

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Waiting by Carol Lynch Williams

May 11, 2012
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Growing up, London and Zach were as close as could be. And then Zach dies, and the family is gutted. London’s father is distant. Her mother won’t speak. The days are filled with what-ifs and whispers: Was it London’s fault? Alone and adrift, London finds herself torn between her brother’s best friend and the handsome […]

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Charlie’s Girl by Mary-Helen and Daniel Foxx

May 10, 2012
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“Are you Rosalind?” Grace asked with doubt in her voice as she searched the young girl’s face for some sign of recognition. But there was none, just a blank expression that greeted her. How strange. She’d always pictured her granddaughter as a blond. “Yes, and you are…” the girl hesitated for words. “I’m Grace Matthews. […]

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At Season’s End by Eric Hendershot

May 8, 2012
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Even the river didn’t stop Paw. Clothes and all, he jumped into the whirlin’, swirlin’ waters of the great Columbia. At this Maw let out a scream. Mebby she thought Paw was goin’ to end it all. Then Tim yelled, “Oh, no, Paw!” But I was too surprised and scared to say anythin’. I suppose […]

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My Heart for Yours by Stephanie Campbell & Jolene Perry

May 7, 2012
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For Tobin and Delia, everything was always equal. A bargain, a trade, a deal to be struck. A kiss for a kiss. Your shirt for mine. Break my heart, I’ll break yours. Their disastrous split was no different. Tobin’s spent the last year pretending Delia never existed, and Delia’s been in D.C., pretending to be […]

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What I Didn’t Say by Keary Taylor

May 1, 2012
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Getting drunk homecoming night your senior year is never a good idea, but Jake Hayes never expected it all to end with a car crash and a t-post embedded in his throat. His biggest regret about it all? What he never said to Samantha Shay. He’s been in love with her for years and never […]

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Knee Deep by Jolene Perry

April 27, 2012
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Shawn is the guy Ronnie Bird promised her life to at the age of fourteen. He’s her soul mate. He’s more uptight every day, but it’s not his fault. His family life is stressful, and she’s adding to it. She just needs to be more understanding, and he’ll start to be the boy she fell […]

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Breaking Beautiful by Jennifer Shaw Wolf

April 25, 2012
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I can still see his face, the way he tilted his head. How excited he was for me to see the gift. The pain spreads from the back of my head, cuts across my right temple and curls around the smaller scar above my eye. I’m saving something special to give you on your birthday. […]

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Lightning Tree by Sarah Dunster

April 11, 2012

The truth lies locked inside her dreams. After surviving the tragic deaths of her parents and her baby sister and a harrowing trek across the plains to Utah, it s no surprise that Maggie’s nights are plagued by nightmares. But after years of harsh treatment by her foster family and memories that seem to hint […]

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