New young adult (YA) fiction at Cockburn Libraries!

We are regularly adding to our YA collection (let us know if you have any recommendations!) and today I am highlighting some new purchases. You can click on the covers to reserve a copy or read on for summaries.

Want to browse all of our YA fiction? Head to the library catalogue.

Link to Catalogue record for The boy in the red dress
Link to Catalogue record for Tweet cute
Link to Catalogue record for They wish they were us
Link to Catalogue record for Rent a boyfriend
Link to Catalogue record for Heart of flames
Link to Catalogue record for The enigma game
Link to Catalogue record for Welcome to Blackwood
Link to Catalogue record for Raybearer

The boy in the red dress by Kristin Lambert

“A Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue meets Miss Fisher’s Murder Mystery in this rollicking romp of truth, lies, and troubled pasts.” – publisher description

They wish they were us by Jessica Goodman

“A murder mystery set against the backdrop of an exclusive prep school on Long Island.” – Goodreads

Heart of flames by Nicki Pau Preto

“Veronyka, Tristan, and Sev must stop the advancing empire from destroying the Phoenix Riders” in book 2 of the ‘Crown of feathers’ series – publisher description

Welcome to Blackwood by Khaiah Thomson

“Freya isn’t normal. Even by supernatural standards. To the world she’s just a Mundane – but nothing stays hidden forever – especially when she catches the attention of a handsome golden-eyed stranger.” – publisher description

Tweet cute by Emma Lord

“A fresh, irresistible rom-com from debut author Emma Lord about the chances we take, the paths life can lead us on, and how love can be found in the opposite place you expected.” – Goodreads

Rent a boyfriend by Gloria Chao

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before meets The Farewell in this incisive romantic comedy about a college student who hires a fake boyfriend to appease her traditional Taiwanese parents, to disastrous results” – publisher description

The enigma game by Elizabeth Wein

“Three young people desperate to make a difference in a war that has decimated their families, friends and country. When the means to change the course of history falls into their hands, how will they use it? And when the enemy comes looking for them, who will have the courage to strike back?” – Booktopia

Raybearer by Jordan Ifueko

“Raised in isolation, Tarisai yearns for the closeness she could have as one of the Crown Prince’s Council of 11, but her mother, The Lady, has magically compelled Tarisai to kill the Crown Prince.” – publisher description