This book, Chance Falls, by James Unger was about a student who is given a full scholarship to an elite high school in Baltimore. There he meets Elaine, a girl he quickly falls in love with. During the fall break, he travels to Chance Falls, to meet Elaine's parents. Soon unexplainable things begin to happen, and nobody will give Ryan answers. When Ryan begins to suspect Elaine is plotting against him, in his frenzy for answers he is watched and followed. When
In the book Out of Control by Rick Jasper, Carlos 'Trip' Costas is a key player in his all-star team, the Roadrunners. But when baseball starts becoming more of a chore than a sport to Trip, he asks for a break. When his father, the international superstar Julio Costa, hears that Trip will be sitting out for a few weeks, he threatens the whole team into financial devastation. Trip must decide to live out his father's dream or his own, music.
In this book, My Beating Teenage Heart, a girl is trapped in an unfamiliar place of darkness, with no memories or meaning. All she knows is her name, Ashlyn. Then she stumbles upon Breckon, a teenager torn apart by the loss of his younger sister. While Breckon fights to forget and rid himself of his life, Ashlyn is struggling to gain hers back. As she watches him, she realizes she may be able to help him forgive himself for what happened to his sister. Working behind the scenes of his life, Ashlyn tries to bring back peace to Breckon's life while remembering her own.
This book is about two young adults trying to make their way into the business world. Ronnie, an eighteen-year-old computer whiz, earns his place in the internet world by establishing the popular website, inkBLOT, which everyone is raving about. Chelsea Pressman is working her way up the ladder in the news world, but is never getting her big break. When doing an interview at a restaurant leads to her solving a murder, she is recognized for her determination to get behind the scenes, and begins to start investigating a chain of murders that have started in the town.
Brooklyn, Burning is about a street kid trying to fit in and create an identity for him/herself. Kid is just a teenager who has a love of the music and the soul of Brooklyn, but that is what seems to separate his/her father from him/her. When his/her father kicks his out of his home, Kid sleeps, hopes, and plays the drums anywhere he can find a friend. Another plot comes twisting into the story when Kid is found a likely suspect of burning down the historic warehouse, where he has been living for the past few weeks.