Publisher: Cedar Fort

Midnight Runner by Marilee Jackson

Midnight Runner by Marilee Jackson

“Run.” The soft whisper in her ear cut through the pitch-black hiding place. After the nightmare she had just endured, he was the only person she could still trust. She waited. The silence surrounded her like a heavy blanket. “Run!” he shouted, and they took off in opposite directions. Orphaned, mistreated, and misunderstood, Moria has always dreamed of building a new life int he royal […]

February 20, 2015 / 1 Comment
Letters to My Future Husband by Lisa McKendrick

Letters to My Future Husband by Lisa McKendrick

Der Futur Husbun, Go away! Sophie At her father’s urging, Sophie started writing letters to her future husband when she was a little girl—though at first they were more like hate mail than love letters. But as she grew older and the boys at school started looking cuter, her letters became something more. By the time Sophie’s in college and traveling through Italy, she’s sure […]

February 17, 2015 / 2 Comments
The Lazarus Game by Stephen J. Valentine

The Lazarus Game by Stephen J. Valentine

“You’ve got to go in after him.” “Go in?” “Inside the game. Carter, you have to play the game to save him.” It was created to change the world. With the power to resurrect the minds of history’s brightest stars, the Lazarus Game promises to pool mankind’s generations of geniuses and merge them in a modern utopia. But teenage genius Carter Chance has discovered the […]

February 10, 2015 / 0 Comments
Eruption by Adrienne Quintana

Eruption by Adrienne Quintana

Information terrorism. Complete network blackout. Global panic. Above the chaos, one company rises to restore order, achieving complete political and military takeover: Omnibus. Stanford graduate and new Omnibus employee Jace Vega faces these sobering images, appearing to show her future, when a cutting-edge Omnibus tablet mysteriously falls into her hands. Reeling from the recent tragic death of her mother, socially reclusive Jace struggles as she […]

January 26, 2015 / 1 Comment
Keeping Kate by Lauren Winder Farnsworth

Keeping Kate by Lauren Winder Farnsworth

“Don’t you love me, Kate? Has everything you ever felt for me really disappeared in less than ten minutes?” “I do love you,” I said woodenly. “I always will. But you’ll never hear it from me again.” Kate Evans has never had a real family—and she’s never dreamed of falling in love. But when she gets a job taking care of a little girl on […]

January 19, 2015 / 3 Comments
The Cottage Park Puzzle by Richard M. Siddoway

The Cottage Park Puzzle by Richard M. Siddoway

She sat in her seat and looked over at her son’s angelic countenance. His head had drooped a little to one side and a slight smile played on his lips. More tears coursed down her cheeks. We have met the devil, she thought, and his name is autism. Corky has always seemed a bit strange to the rest of the Cottage Park community. But they’ve […]

January 15, 2015 / 1 Comment
Demon’s Heart by Emily H. Bates

Demon’s Heart by Emily H. Bates

Even if there is something in there, Rustav thought, forcing his unwilling feet into a pounding run, it can’t be any worse than the island demons. Young ruffian Rustav is carrying a dangerous secret—one his uncle won’t hesitate to kill for. Rustav is determined to escape his abusive uncle and hated homeland, even if it means braving the demon-infested forest. Now on the run, Rustav […]

December 12, 2014 / 1 Comment
Pierced by Love by Laura L. Walker

Pierced by Love by Laura L. Walker

Being dumped the week before her scheduled wedding was certainly not Noelle Jensen’s idea of fun. But being dumped twice—this time by her boyfriend, Chase, in favor of her sister Melody—is simply humiliating. Bemoaning the fact that she has now become the “institute freak” at Northern Arizona University, Noelle turns to Pierce Logan—the institute “player” and last person she expects to distract her with love—to […]

December 12, 2014 / 3 Comments
An Uncommon Blue by R. C. Hancock

An Uncommon Blue by R. C. Hancock

I felt like I was underwater. The pressure building in my chest made the rest of the world seem far away and unimportant. . . . All I could do was stare at my fire, waiting for it to change shade. Bruno’s never worried about his caste. He lives in the best neighborhood, attends the best school, and is free to choose from the best […]

December 9, 2014 / 2 Comments
Cleopatra’s Legacy: The Emerald Ring by Dorine White

Cleopatra’s Legacy: The Emerald Ring by Dorine White

When twelve-year-old Sara Bogus finds an emerald ring that once belonged to Cleopatra, she couldn’t have anticipated where it would take her. With the help of BFF, Heidi Hitchins, and the super-cute foreign-exchange student, Kainu, Sara discovers an unsettling connection between the recent burglaries in her neighborhood and her new piece of jewelry. Strange things happen when Sara wears the ring, and she must discover […]

May 14, 2013 / 2 Comments