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Sweet Reads: Spread The Love With These February Book Releases

Sweet Reads: Spread The Love With These February Book Releases

Sweet Reads February

Welcome back to Sweet Reads, in the season of love! Make room on your TBR because these new releases have a little bit of love in all kinds of ways: from a sprinkle of magic to sweeping romance, to family dynamics, to sisterhood, to self-love, to loving others, putting love out into the universe, and so much more. Our hearts are bursting for these books, and we can’t wait to share them with you! (Because we love you.)

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Content warning: The Honey POP encourages mindful reading and always checking the author’s website for any additional content warnings.

A Lullaby for Witches by Hester Fox

Image Source: Graydon House

This dark, twisty tale about witches, magic, and love is one you don’t want to miss! Sometimes you don’t want a fluffy romance in February, and this book fits the vibe of something a little bit darker. In the 1870s, Margaret Harlowe masters an uncanny power, despite the locals calling her a witch. When a love affair goes sour, her powers take a turn for the dark. Meanwhile, in present-day New England, Augusta Podos takes a job at historical Harlowe House. She stumbles across a reference to Margaret Harlowe, and a mystery unfolds. Augusta can’t help her curiosity, but can she resist the sinister pull she feels toward Margaret and the past? This spooky novel is perfect for a cold winter night!

Content warning: eating disorders and dieting, violence against women, pregnancy and pregnancy loss, mention of drug use and overdosing.

Release date: February 1st
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The Liz Taylor Ring by Brenda Janowitz

Image Source: Graydon House

For fans of Taylor Jenkins Reid (Evelyn HugoDaisy Jones & The Six), The Liz Taylor Ring tells the sweeping tale of Lizzie Morgan and Ritchie Schneider as their romance begins in 1978. Fast forward decades later, and their ring resurfaces, bringing the Schneiders’ children back together again. Figuring out who should keep the heirloom means unearthing the past, as well as a secret that could change what they know about their parents’ love story forever. This family drama full of juicy secrets, family history, sibling dynamics, and an epic love story will captivate you from page one. Read our review here!

Release date: February 1st
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Count Your Lucky Stars by Alexandria Bellefleur

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This spicy queer rom-com is the much-anticipated follow-up to Written In The Stars and Hang The Moon. Margot doesn’t do relationships, but as the fifth wheel of her friend group, she’s feeling a little lonely. When she runs into her former childhood friend Olivia, she’s thrown for a loop. And when Olivia needs a place to stay, Margot offers. Their close quarters and electric history create delicious romantic chaos and a second-chance romance!

Content warning: infidelity, death of a parent.

Release date: February 1st
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Required Reading for the Disenfranchised Freshman by Kristen R. Lee

Image Source: Crown Books for Young Readers

This debut novel follows college freshman Savannah Howard, who accepts a full ride to Wooddale University instead of the HBCU she’d originally intended. Wooddale, a predominantly white school, appears idyllic on the surface, but Savannah faces microaggressions stemming from racism and elitism. When a school statue is vandalized with blackface, a popular student is suspected and Savannah begins to uncover the school’s history of racist secrets. Keep an eye on this stunning debut this year, as its powerful message, writing, and vital story are sure to gain much-deserved recognition.

Content warning: racism, microaggressions, and racial slurs.

Release date: February 1st
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Horror Hotel by Victoria Fulton & Faith McClaren

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Teen ghost hunters? YA Blair Witch Project? A haunted LA hotel reminiscent of the infamous Cecil Hotel? We are in. This YA horror novel follows the Ghost Gang, a group of YouTubers who visit an infamous hotel for content. But things go wrong in the room of a notorious serial killer when they encounter more than they bargained for. While the concept sends a shiver down our spines, we can’t wait to read more about what’s in store for the Ghost Gang!

Content warning: frightening scenes, some blood and gore, and unsettling imagery.

Release date: February 1st
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And We Rise by Erica Martin

Image Source: Viking Books for Young Readers

This debut poetry collection takes us through the Civil Rights Movement and stunningly delves into well-known events and leaders as well as highlighting the lesser-known who made an impact. The unflinching, vital story and fresh take on history also includes photographs, a chronology of events, an author’s note, and more.

Content warning: murder, racism, segregation, death of family, bullets and guns, violent protests.

Release date: February 1st
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This Woven Kingdom by Tahereh Mafi

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What’s that? A new series from Tahereh Mafi?! Inspired by Persian mythology, we follow Alizeh, a long-lost heir to an ancient Jinn kingdom masquerading as a servant. Meanwhile, the crown prince, Kamran, knows of prophecies foretelling the downfall of the king, but he has no idea the servant girl he can’t seem to stop thinking about has a connection he never expected. We can’t wait to dive back into Tahereh Mafi’s lush writing!

Content warning: abuse, injury, medical content, death of a parent, mistreatment, some light gore.

Release date: February 1st
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Castles In Their Bones by Laura Sebastian

Image Source: Delacorte Press

A new trilogy from bestselling author Laura Sebastian brings us to princesses Sophronia, Daphne, and Beatriz, who have been prepared for their marriages by their mother since they were born. The girls are to leave their homeland and marry their princes, carrying out their mother’s training of seduction, deception, and violence to bring down monarchies and take over the entire continent of Vesteria. Each girl is equipped with a secret skill and a wish from the stars, but things may not be what they seem after all. This romantic, seductive fantasy sounds perfect for February!

Release date: February 1st
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These Deadly Games by Diana Urban

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Here at THP, we love a high-stakes, edge-of-your-seat thriller, and These Deadly Games is exactly that! Crystal Donovan receives a video of her little sister bound and gagged, and so sets off a game of sinister cat-and-mouse with the kidnapper. She soon realizes each game is meant to hurt or kill one of her friends, but stopping the game means her sister dies. Crystal is forced to find a way to outplay the kidnapper before it’s too late. This is one of those books that’ll keep you reading until dawn!

Content warning: death, violence, blood, panic attacks, domestic abuse, anorexia, racism, and grief.

Release date: February 1st
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Fire Becomes Her by Rosiee Thor

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Fantasy in a jazz-age inspired world featuring LGBTQIAP+ rep? Check. Fire Becomes Her gives major eat-the-rich vibes as we follow Ingrid Ellis, who wants her fair share of flare, which is power in this world. She plans her rise to the top with Linden Holt, heir to a political legacy and fortune. When Linden’s father announces a run for presidency, Ingrid becomes a spy for the opposition in an effort to win Senator Holt’s approval. As she searches for the status she’s always wanted, her true allegiances becomes murkier and murkier.

Content warning: murder, police brutality, violence, alcohol consumption, blood, death, fire/fire injury, gaslighting/manipulation, injury/injury detail, misogyny, sexism.

Release date: February 1st
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The Iron Sword by Julie Kagawa

Image Source: Inkyard Press

Fans of The Iron Raven, the sequel is here! After being banished from the Winter Court for falling in love, Prince Ash faces more hurdles. He journeyed to the End of the World to earn a soul and stay by Queen Meghan’s side, and now, Prince Ash and Queen Meghan’s son, King Keirran of the Forgotten, is missing. Something evil is coming as Evenfall approaches, and it’s up to Prince Ash to stop it before the unthinkable happens to the world of Faery.

Release date: February 1st
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Midnight Horizon by Daniel José Older

Image Source: Disney Lucasfilm Press

Calling all Star Wars fans… the next installment in The High Republic is here! Set 200 years before the events of Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, the Jedi are guardians of peace in the galaxy. This YA take on the ever-popular Star Wars franchise follows Jedi and Jedi padawans on exciting adventures as they fight the villainous Nihil!

Release date: February 1st
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I Must Betray You by Ruta Sepetys

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Our queen of historical YA fiction, Ruta Sepetys, is back with another novel! 17-year-old Cristian Florescu lives in 1989 Romania with dreams of becoming a writer, something that isn’t possible in his country. Romanians are bound by the tyrannical dictatorship of Nicolae Ceausescu. Cristian is blackmailed by secret police into becoming an informer, leaving him with a tough choice: betray everything he loves, or use his position to do the dangerous and expose the evil dictator of Eastern Europe. The story follows his journey in search of freedom and revolution, and we are so interested to see what happens! Ruta Sepetys always brings lesser-known historical events to light, and I Must Betray You is no different.

Content warning: blood, confinement, death, death of parent, emotional and physical abuse (government to its people), genocide, grief, guns, injury/injury detail, murder, police brutality, stalking, torture, violence, war.

Release date: February 1st
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The New Girl Jesse Q. Sutanto

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If you’ve read the 2021 bestseller Dial A for Aunties, you’ll wanna check out Jesse Q. Sutanto’s latest! Lia Setiawan wins a full-ride scholarship to prestigious Draycott Academy for track, but things are not what they seem. Lia encounters corrupt teachers, a boy with secrets, strange occurrences with security guards, and a blackmailer attempting to get her expelled, and the threats mount. What exactly has she gotten herself into?

Content warning: bullying/harassment, casual peer pressure, implied eating disorder, overdose, racism, strangulation, substance abuse, threat of violence in a relationship.

Release date: February 1st
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The Night She Went Missing by Kristen Bird

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If you’re a thriller fan like us, this book is for you! The story follows the disappearance of high school seniors Emily and Alex. In a town full of people who are less than willing to talk, three mothers who used to be friends are forced to look to their children for answers to questions they might not want to know the answers to. This suspenseful story explores loyalty, betrayal, and the twisted dynamics of a small Texas town. Say no more, we’re intrigued! Check out our review here.

Release date: February 8th
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You Truly Assumed by Laila Sabreen

Image Source: Inkyard Press

This powerful story is a must-read for 2022. You Truly Assumed follows Black Muslim teen Sabriya, who turns to her online journal as an outlet after a terrorist attack nearby ignites Islamophobia in her community. The blog goes viral, and Muslim teens from around the country come together through Sabriya’s post to find a sense of community. Soon, Zakat and Farah join Sabriya in running the blog, and the more it grows, the more the hateful comments do, too, alongside the blossoming community. When one of the girls is threatened, the friends must figure out who’s behind it and face shutting down the blog for good or forging on.

Content warning: Islamophobia, racism.

Release date: February 8th
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Ophelia After All by Racquel Marie

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As one of our most anticipated reads of 2022, Ophelia After All did not disappoint! Ophelia is a true romantic, known for her frequent boy crushes, plus her passion for rose-gardening, love of Cuban food, and tight-knit group of best friends. As the end of high school approaches, she should be worrying about senior prom, but she forms a new crush on someone unexpected–classmate Talia Sanchez. Through questioning her sexuality and the growing pains of graduation, Ophelia must confront a new reality and rediscover her identity. This coming-of-age story oozes heart, humor, and honesty, and we couldn’t get enough. If you’re looking for a sweet, queer YA coming-of-age, let this be the book you add to your TBR!

Content warning: mentions of underage drinking and vaping, topical mentions of sex, cut-off use of a homophobic slur (challenged), condemned homophobia, discussion of anti-Blackness within a mixed race Latine family (challenged) 

Release date: February 8th
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No Filter and Other Lies by Crystal Maldonado

Image Source: Holiday House

From the author of Fat Chance, Charlie Vega, comes a timely YA novel about the addicting allure of social media. 16-year-old Kat Sanchez is also 21-year-old Max Monroe, who has a picture-perfect life on Instagram full of glamor and adventure. In reality, Kat is a quiet teenager navigating bad house parties, her best friend’s crush, and school. Being Max gives her an outlet to live the life she wishes for. Soon, she’s networking with real influencers and makes an online friend, Elena. Things start to crumble when a Max post goes viral and gets back to the person Kat’s been stealing photos from. How in the world can she untangle the web of lies she’s gotten herself into?

Content warning: catfishing, toxic family dynamic.

Release date: February 8th
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Sunny G’s Series of Rash Decisions by Navdeep Singh Dhillon

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This prom night rom-com sounds like the peak of fun! After Sikh teen Sunny’s brother died, he’s left with his notebook, which he’s determined to fill with “rash decisions,” starting with something pretty drastic: shaving his beard, cutting his hair, and no longer wearing his turban. When he skips his big fandom party, where he’d usually be doing cosplay, in favor of having the full prom experience, he crosses paths with Mindii Vang, who steals the notebook and ignites a night full of rash decisions and romance.

Content warning: alcoholism/alcohol discussion and consumption, ableism, addiction to alcohol (side characters), bullying, child death, death, death of grandparent, grief, racial slurs, racism, xenophobia.

Release date: February 8th
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Lulu and Milagro’s Search for Clarity by Angela Velez

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This new release has been described as a Latinx road trip, Never Have I Ever meets Booksmart adventure, and that had us hook, line, and sinker! During a cross-country college road trip, Lulu is looking forward to her interview at her dream school, Stanford, despite the fight her oldest sister caused with their overprotective Peruvian mom about out-of-state college. Meanwhile middle sister Milagro couldn’t care less about college or the road trip. On their journey from Baltimore to San Francisco, the sisters learn about themselves, the meaning of sisterhood, and dealing with family, the future, and secrets.

Content warning: mild sexual content (also a scene that borders on coercing), some mention of alcohol use.

Release date: February 8th
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Golden Boys by Phil Stamper

Image Source: Bloomsbury YA

This summer friendship tale follows four queer boys––Gabriel, Reese, Sal, and Heath––who have an unbreakable bond and big dreams. As they each look ahead to exciting new adventures outside of their small hometown, they experience a summer of newness, travel, self-discovery, and exploring how to grow within a friendship.

Content warning: some depictions of anxiety; divorce; allusions to sexual content; references to bullying and homophobic slurs; instances of underage drinking; and some descriptions of nicotine addiction.

Release date: February 8th
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Cherish Farrah by Bethany C. Morrow

Image Source: Dutton

This new adult social horror in the vein of Get Out is about Farrah, a young Black girl who manipulates her way into her Black best friend’s wealthy white adoptive family’s lives. When strange things start happening in the family’s household (illnesses, fever dreams, weird tension, and a journal that keeps track of everything Farrah does) things get even more complicated. This chilling, twisty story will keep you on your toes as it explores race and class.

Content warning: racism, physical and emotional abuse, vomiting.

Release date: February 8th
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Finding Her Edge by Jennifer Iacopelli

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Just in time for the Winter Olympics, Jennifer Iacopelli’s Finding Her Edge has arrived! Adriana Russo comes from a family of skaters. When financial troubles lead her to having to practice with her childhood crush, Freddie, for Junior Worlds, things start to get complicated. More trouble befalls the family and Adriana and her current partner on the ice, Brayden, make a plan to fake date to attract sponsors and fans. With the biggest competition of her life – plus her family’s legacy – looming, Adriana has to find a way through. If you ever shipped Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, this is perfect for your TBR!

Release date: Feburary 8th
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Mirror Girls by Kelly McWilliams

Image Source: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers

Charlie Yates and Magnolia Heathwood are sisters, twins specifically, but their lives were fractured in two different directions when they were separated at birth after the brutal lynching of their parents. Fast forward to Charlie, a young Black organizer in Harlem at the start of the Civil Rights Movement, and Magnolia, a white-passing heiress to a cotton plantation in Georgia. The sisters reunite in Eureka, Georgia, a dark and haunting town, where they must break the mirror curse that befalls Magnolia and put the past to rest. This eerie, haunting story is one that you definitely don’t wanna miss out on!

Content warning: segregation, generational trauma, racism.

Release date: February 8th 
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The Chandler Legacies by Abdi Nazemian

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From acclaimed author Abdi Nazemian, who brought us the Stonewall Honor-winning Like a Love Story, comes a new story exploring an elite boarding school and an unlikely group of friends challenging the status quo through writing. Beth, Sarah, Spence, Ramin, and Freddy come together as the Circle, a writing group where friendships form and secrets are uncovered. Through their work they challenge the culture of abuse at their school and weave a cherished friendship in ways they never expected.

Content warning: sexual abuse, physical abuse, hazing, homophobia, casual racism.

Release date: February 15th
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All The Right Reasons by Bethany Mangle

Image Source: Margaret K. McElderry Books

If you can’t get enough of reality TV dating shows, add this to your TBR ASAP! Cara Hawn’s online rant accidentally goes viral and attracts the attention of TV scouts for a new dating show for single parent families. As the leads of the show, Cara and her mom travel to sunny Key West. Then there’s Connor: the son of one of the contestants. He’s unavailable, but amongst the cutthroat reality TV world, he stands out. As Cara juggles her feelings and dodges cameras, all while helping her mom pick a suitor they both love, the trials of reality television threaten to risk it all.

Content warning: divorce, toxic parent relationship.

Release date: February 15th 
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Bitter by Akwaeke Emezi

Image Source: Knopf Books for Young Readers

Pet burst onto the scene in 2019 and garnered various award nominations, so it’s no surprise this companion novel is highly anticipated! Bitter has been chosen to attend Eucalyptus, a special school for creatives. Yet outside the idyllic walls of Eucalyptus, protests against injustice fill the streets. Bitter becomes pulled between new love, friendships, her art, and figuring out where she belongs in the world in this coming-of-age from acclaimed author Akwaeke Emezi.

Content warning: racism, violence.

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Release date: February 15th 
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Reclaim The Stars by Zoraida Cordova

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Edited by Zoraida Cordova, this anthology explores the Latin American diaspora through tales of warring space princesses, climate change, haunting Argentinian ghost stories, Caribbean mermaids, and more. This collection will take you on a journey through fantasy and science fiction, weaving together the works of brilliant and acclaimed Latinx authors.

Release date: February 15th 
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Bright Ruined Things by Samantha Cohoe

Image Source: Wednesday Books

This glittering fantasy retelling of Shakespeare’s The Tempest, full of family secrets and forbidden magic tells the story of Mae, who lives on an island with the wealthy Prosper family. Mae longs for magic of her own, and for her best friend Coco to see her as an equal. Plus, there’s her crush, Miles. On First Night, the Prospers and their friends celebrate the harnessing of the island magic and aether, its magical fuel source. But when spirits start dying, Mae realizes something isn’t as it seems. Meanwhile, Ivo, the mysterious heir to the Prosper magic, may have the answers to it all. Mae begins questioning everything as her world unravels.

Content warning: alcohol consumption, body shaming, colonization, death, fire, gaslighting, grief, misogyny, sexism, sexual harassment, slavery, toxic friendship.

Release date: February 15th 
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The Girl Who Fell Beneath The Sea by Axie Oh

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If this stunningly gorgeous cover is a clue as to what’s to come in Axie Oh’s new novel, we cannot wait! In an attempt to appease the Sea God, a beautiful maiden is thrown to sea each year to become the Sea God’s bride in the hopes that one day it will end the suffering on land. When Mina throws herself into the water to save her brother, Joon, and his beloved, Cheong, she’s swept into the Spirit Realm where she discovers the Sea God in an enchanted sleep. With the help of a young boy named Shin and a crew of otherworldly creatures, Mina sets out to wake the Sea God to save her home, but time is running out because humans cannot live long in the Spirit Realm. This lush, whirlwind tale inspired by Korean mythology sounds incredible!

Release date: February 22nd
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The Turning Pointe by Vanessa L. Torres

Image Source: Knopf Books for Young Readers

Let’s travel back to the 1980s to dive into the story of Rosa Dominguez, a star ballerina! As the daughter of the ballet Master, she has big expectations. When her studio gets the chance to audition for a concert with Prince, Rosa is more determined than ever. Nikki, a cross-dressing, cool boy who works in the dress shop pops into her life and things get even more complicated for Rosa as she navigates her dreams and all the pressure they bring. This book has Prince, ballet, a genderqueer love interest, 80s vibes, and more… Literally already have our bookmarks at the ready!

Content warning: fatphobia/diet culture, graphic description of injury, queerphobia, police brutality.

Release date: February 22nd
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Full Flight by Ashley Schumacher

Image Source: Wednesday Books

This twist on Friday Night Lights brings us marching band instead of football! Saxophonist Anna James is assigned a duet with mellophone player Weston Ryan, the bad boy in their small town. As they grow closer and secretly start seeing each other, they learn how to fight for love when Anna’s strict parents find out in the midst of contest season. When something unthinkable happens, Anna must move forward without Weston. This heartbreaker definitely requires a box of tissues nearby, but it’s well-worth the journey!

Content warning: death, grief, underage drinking, divorce, car accident.

Release date: February 22nd 
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I’m So (Not) Over You by Kosoko Jackson

Image Source: Berkley

This new adult rom-com features…fake dating exes? We’re listening… When Kian gets a text from his ex, Hudson, asking for a favor, he agrees. Hudson comes from a wealthy family in Georgia, and having Kian as his plus one will help preserve his reputation. Plus, it doesn’t hurt that Kian will get to network with some of the biggest names in media. But what do they do when their fake relationship starts to feel like more?

Content warning: sexual harassment, racism.

Release date: February 22nd 
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League of Liars by Astrid Scholte

Image Source: G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers

This fantasy thriller puts a new twist on How To Get Away With Murder and Six of Crows as we follow four teens accused of murder and the misuse of magic! Cayder dreams of being a prosecutor and putting to justice those who use illegal magic, which is close to his heart after his mother was killed. When he accepts a position as an apprentice for a public defender, he hopes to learn lessons that will assist him as a future prosecutor. But defending three teens his age with complicated back stories is more than he bargained for in this mysterious world of magic and villains.

Release date: February 22nd 
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Extasia by Claire Legrand

Image Source: Katherine Tegen Books

A bone-chilling, LGBTQIAP+ young adult horror, this novel follows one of the four saints of Haven. When the elders mark her and place the red hood over her head, she stands with her sisters against an evil power that lives in the mountain which has already killed nine of the village’s men. She has secrets that she will not tell, intent on ridding her family of her mother’s shame and saving her home from destruction. Dubbed as lyrical, this story will enchant readers, inviting them into a sinister world of secrets.

Content warning: branding/knife violence, cult/religious trauma, killing of raised animals, body horror, mentioned physical abuse & domestic abuse, mentioned gun violence, torture, execution by fire, attempted sexual assault, dog death, victim blaming, cannibalism, suicide, public lashing, nonconsensual bleeding.

Release date: February 22nd 
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Daughters of a Dead Empire by Carolyn Tara O’Neil

Image Source: Roaring Brook Press

If you loved Anastasia growing up, this debut historical retelling is a must! In 1918 Russia, the empire crumbles and Anna narrowly escapes the massacre of her whole family. When she pays a peasant girl a diamond for a ride south, not realizing she’s a communist herself. Evgenia accepts the deal, in order to save her brother. Regardless of either girl’s loyalties, both of them are now being hunted by the Bolsheviks. This novel explores the meaning of loyalty, friendship, and crafts a harrowing tale of the Russian Revolution.

Content warning: torture, violence.

Release date: February 22nd 
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From Dust, A Flame by Rebecca Podos

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Hannah has spent her life on the road with her mother and her brother, Gabe. When she wakes up one morning with golden eyes and knife-slit pupils, everything changes. Her mother leaves Hannah and Gabe behind to find a cure, but never returns. Hannah and her brother must uncover the truth themselves, which leads them on a trail to a tragic family history dating back to Nazi occupation in Prague and Jewish mysticism and legends.

Content warning: underage drinking, blood, parental abandonment, grief, discussion and portrayal of WWII/The Holocaust, anti-semitism (theme), death by starvation (offscreen, mention), child death (mention), injury, violence, confinement, kidnapping.

Release date: February 22nd 
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Only A Monster by Vanessa Len

Image Source: HarperTeen

Calling all fans of contemporary fantasy like This Savage Song or Passenger –– 16-year-old Joan is sent to her late mother’s eccentric family in London for the summer. Things seem to be working out perfectly for Joan, including a job she loves and a cute co-worker. But soon, she realizes her family is more than just eccentric: they’re legendary monsters with ancient hidden powers, and Nick, her co-worker, is a hunter after them. Soon, it becomes a battle, which she must fight with Aaron Oliver, heir to a rival monster family. Start this one now so you’ll be ready for the planned sequels that will complete this new trilogy!

Content warning: on and offscreen deaths of parents and family members, violence, blood, murder, weapon use, brainwashing, interrogation, involuntary drug use, microaggressions, fantasy xenophobia.

Release date: February 22nd 
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