Aurora Rising by Amie Kaufman
Pick this one up if you enjoy bands of misfits on interstellar missions. Tyler Jones has just graduated Aurora Academy, but he’s deeply disappointed with the ragtag group of outcasts who’ve been assigned to his squad. When the group finds an abandoned girl who’s been in cryo sleep for 200 years, they have no way of knowing she might be the match to spark a war that’s been building up for centuries.
Technically, You Started It by Lana Wood Johnson
Fans of romance blooming between enemies will enjoy this story, told entirely through their text messages. Haley goes to school with two guys who have identical names, and she feels completely different about each of them. When one of them texts her about a school project, she assumes it’s the one she likes and quickly falls in to a near-constant text conversation with him. This story is a page-turner, all the way up to their face-to-face meeting!
Risking It All by S.M. Koz
In the footsteps of her brilliant father, Paige is at Wallingford Academy to become an Air Force pilot. Logan is at Wallingford as part of a court order. When Paige is assigned as Logan’s mentor, it seems like the two will never get anywhere with each other, but things are never as simple as that.
All Eyes on Us by Kit Frick
In alternate chapters, Amanda faces family pressure to marry Carter, knowing he cheats, and Rosalie pretends to date Carter in order to alleviate family and church pressure about being a lesbian. When a private number texts both girls and threatens to expose their secrets unless they take Carter down, they have to decide what’s more important: teaching Carter a lesson or standing up to a stalker.