Little White Lies by Brianna Baker and F. Bowman Hastie III is a study in how social media can make you a success overnight and how quickly you can fall out of favor with one wrong move. Coretta White is a seventeen-year-old honor student who writes all of her witty thoughts on Tumblr. When her posts go viral and she is offered a TV deal, she quickly discovers how hard it is to keep up her posts and keep her focus on her everyday life. In an effort to retain her momentum, Coretta hires Karl, a forty-one-year-old man, to write her posts for her. Wracked with guilt, Coretta eventually confesses to having a ghostwriter. The repercussions of their actions leave Coretta and Karl in ruin. Will they find a way to rebuild their lives or are they destined to be social pariahs?
Crimson Bound by Rosamund Hodge is a great reimagining of the Little Red Riding Hood fairytale. Rachelle is apprenticed to her aunt to keep her village safe from the dark magic that resides in the forest. When Rachelle strays from the forest path in an effort to stop the evil forever, she is tricked into being bound to the evil she set out to defeat. To make amends for her horrible mistake, Rachelle works for the Crown battling the evil creatures that come from the forest. When she’s given orders to guard the king’s son, Rachelle forces him to help her find a legendary sword which could save their world from the rising darkness. With enemies becoming allies and allies becoming enemies, Rachelle doesn’t know who to trust. Will Rachelle manage to quell the evil lurking within the forest? This title is available as an ebook through the Oklahoma Virtual Library.