It’s a New Year, so this means it’s time for a new you, and definitely new books on your bookshelves!
Here at Frolic, we will have you covered this 2019 with new releases meant to entertain and keep you excited for reading and books this year.
After all the New Year’s Eve celebrations, why not spend the next day reading a new book? Here are our top picks for January 1st releases.
Evermore by Sara Holland
In this highly anticipated sequel to Everless, Jules Ember returns as one raised hearing legends of the ancient magic of the wicked Alchemist and good Sorceress. Yet, she has learned the truth that she herself is the Alchemist and Caro, a woman who murdered Jules’ first love the Queen Roan in cold blood, is the Sorceress. Yet, everyone believes Jules is in charge of the murders and a bounty has been placed on her head. While Caro will do anything to destroy Jules, Jules is ready to fight. But at what price will it come at?
This novel filled with romance, suspense and revenge will have you turning pages all through the day.
The Me I Meant to Be by Sophie Jordan
In this romantic romp, there’s one rule to follow…never date a friend’s ex! Willa Evans has no intention of breaking the code, yet she has always loved her next- door neighbor, Zach, her best friend’s boyfriend! While he has always been off-limits, they just did break up, so might this just be her chance at love? Then, there’s her bestie Flor Hidalgo, who just broke up with Zach and has been dealing with her dad’s dating life and her own struggling grades. Yet, why can’t she stop thinking about her hot, know-it-all, tutor?
Let the love triangles begin in this cute novel that will warm you up this winter.
The Similars by Rebecca Hanover
In this mystery, six clones join main character’s Emmaline’s boarding school, and she must confront the heartbreak of seeing her dead best friend’s face in class every day. In Darkwood Academy, The Similars are all anyone has been talking about, questioning who are the six clones and what are the odds that all of them are Darkwood students? Who broke the law to create them?
Yet, for Emma, remembering her dead best friend Oliver and seeing his face in Levi’s might be enough to make her want to dig into the mystery of these clones and why they are there and what makes them tick. Is she prepared to unravel the dark truths of her boarding school, the clones and to face her own feelings?
This novel is perfect for those who want a mystery mixed in with romance and a lot of pure intrigue.
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