This is part two of books being released on January 8, 2013. For other new releases, please see the links at the bottom of the article. Stay tuned for more January releases. Alternatively, more January releases can be found on the goodreads.com list.
“Paper Valentine” by Brenna Yovanoff
The hottest summer in Ludlow history is one of upset; someone in Hannah Wagnor’s town is killing girls. Six months ago, her best friend Lillian died. All Hannah wants is for her life to go back to normal. But Lillian’s ghost is haunting her, imploring her to figure out who the Valentine Killer is. Hannah finds herself drawn into a world of ghost girls and horrifying secrets. She has to put the pieces together before he strikes again.
“Revolution 19” by Gregg Rosenblum
Twenty years ago, war robots turned their weapons on the human race. Kevin, Nick, and Cass are kids of the lucky few who escaped the robot revolution of 2071. The secret human community in the woods is detected and is destroyed. The three teens plan to invade the city controlled by their enemies in hopes that the only people left in the world are still alive.
“Rise” by Andrea Cremer (Nightshade Prequel #2)
Ember and Barrow attempted to gather a resistance to save their order, but their mission is exposed. They’re pursued by supernatural horrors that act on Bosque Mar’s command. After a revelation, Ember comes out of hiding. She goes back to the heart of dark magic at Tearmunn keep. She needs to deceive her old friend, Alistair, and convince him of her love. While this is the only chance for the resistance to succeed, she discovers that the shadows under the keep may bring about the Witches’ War.
“Shadowlands” by Kate Brian (Shadowlands #1)
Rory Miller fought back. She survived the infamous serial killer, Steven Nell. Since he escaped, Rory and her family are forced into witness protection, leaving all their friends and family behind without a goodbye. Rory and her sister, Darcy, get a new start in Juniper Landing. They make friends and start to live a life pretty close to paradise. But when one of their friends goes missing, they wonder if it is a coincidence – or is their nightmare starting all over again?
“Through the Ever Night” by Veronica Rossi (Under the Never Sky #2)
Perry was named Blood Lord of the Tides months ago, and Aria finally returned from her impossible mission. Though their reunion is less than perfect. The Tides don’t appreciate having Aria, a former Dweller, in their midst. The Aether storms threaten the whole tribe’s existence. Aria fears leaving Perry behind might be the only way to save both their lives. With false friends, hidden enemies, and temptations, will their love be able to survive?
These are only brief summaries of the stories. For more information and reviews, please check out the individual titles on goodreads.com. You can purchase any of the January 2013 releases from amazon.com.