Dream Me by Kathryn Berla

Dream Me combines time travel, teen angst, and romance in Kathryn Berla's new YA novel where a young man from a dying Earth's future time travels to our present-day, visiting a teen in her dreams.

Roar by Cora Carmack

In her sizzling YA debut Roar, Cora Carmack creates an exciting fantasy world filled with fierce storms and electrifying magic. Readers will be captivated by its blend of vivid world building, intrigue, romance, and adventure.

The Crown's Fate by Evelyn Skye

Filled with darker writing and characters grappling with personal challenges, The Crown's Fate is a compelling sequel, it couldn't be otherwise with Evelyn Skye's gorgeous writing style, yet, it reads and feels much denser and thicker - with inner monologues taking precedence over the evanescent magic readers experienced in the first book, The Crown’s Game. 

Stealing Snow by Danielle Paige

Edgy and with twisted magic, Stealing Snow is the first book in Danielle Paige's contemporary retelling of "The Snow Queen" a book that has been on my TBR shelf for awhile now and one that as a fan of fairy tales, I knew I wanted to read as it's not often we see this Hans Christian Andersen's tale told in YA.