books for teens

TEENS: Available at your local libraries and bookstores. Support local when you can!

"In an alternating first-person narration style similar to Rainbow Rowell's Eleanor and Park, readers are given insight into the characters' thoughts and feelings. The tale sticks to the formula but the captivating ways in which the sequence of events plays out keep this take fresh and exciting."
-School Library Journal (Played)

"The book stands out in its nicely realistic portraits of the teens."
-Kirkus (Played)


(Australian cover)
"Not just a Romeo and Juliet story, the book examines the conflicts of white versus Indian and rich versus poor, giving it far more heft than the average romance. Bravo."
-Kirkus STARRED Review (Hooked)

"Fichera shows strong storytelling chops as she weaves together plot lines involving class struggles, violence, bullying, and—of course—romance."
-Publishers Weekly (Hooked)

"The high level of emotional drama will appeal to fans of contemporary teen romances, and readers with a special interest in books with Native American characters will be interested in the raw clash of cultures depicted in an Arizona community." (Booklist, Hooked)

Free Novella
"This is a great book for girls who have tried to make it in male-dominated situations or teens looking for a light romance." (School Library JournalHooked)

"This is Fichera's debut teen novel, and she immerses the reader in the culture of the Southwestern Native American way of life." (VoyaHooked)

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