Reveal Your Taste In Musicals And We'll Give You A Book Recommendation

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Never Look Back by Lilliam Rivera

Eury lost everything in Hurricane Maria, leaving Puerto Rico for the Bronx and bringing with her an evil spirit, Ato. Pheus is a charmer with a voice of gold, desperate to put a smile on Eury's face from the moment they meet. But as the dangers that haunt them threaten to tear them apart, they'll need to fight not only for each other, but for their lives.

Where Dreams Descend by Janella Angeles

The Conquering Circus is looking for a new headliner, and those hoping to earn that job must face off in a competition of increasingly risky magical feats. But as an unseen danger lurks behind the scenes, magicians start going missing. Three competitors — Kallia, a fiercely determined showgirl, Jack, the keeper of the club, and Demarco, a judge with a dark past — must reckon with their secrets before they become the darkness's next victims.

When You Get the Chance by Emma Lord

Millie has a dream and it is to head to Broadway, something her introverted single dad is not wildly onboard with. But when she unearths her dad's 2003, surprisingly moody LiveJournal, she decides to try to find her mom. In a very Sophie Sheridan-esque scenario, Millie heads off to meet her destiny in quite a similar way, finding that her mamma possibilities are still-aspiring actor Steph, dance teacher Farrah, and stage enthusiast Beth. Toss in drama club rival, Oliver (but don't mention the Simmering Romantic Tension or the angel eyes, please), and when all is said and done, Millie's search for the past might just bring her back to what she has always had.

Full Disclosure by Camryn Garrett

Simone Garcia-Hampton is at a new school, making sure that the fact that she was born HIV-positive stays under wraps. Starting over seems to be working out for her — making new friends, student directing Rent, and falling for a sweet boy named Miles — until she receives an anonymous note in her locker. If she doesn't break things off with Miles by Thanksgiving, everyone will know her secret. Though her instinct is to protect the information at all cost, she begins to wonder if the only way to rise above is to face the haters head on…

My Fine Fellow by Jennieke Cohen

1830s England is the place to be for Culinarians — respected among the elite to create gorgeous and delicious food. Helena Higgins and Penelope Pickering both want to prove themselves to the world. Helena is in search of stardom, while Penelope hopes to prove the value of non-European cuisine. When they meet Elijah, a Jewish boy with nothing to his name, they decide they want to transform him from a street vendor to a gentleman chef. Wouldn't that be loverly?

Can't Take That Away by Steven Salvatore

Told in alternating chapters with identifying pronouns, Can't Take That Away follows genderqueer teen Carey Parker, who dreams of being a diva. Between their grandma's spiraling dementia and a past incident with a homophobic classmate, it's getting harder to find their voice. But after Cris, a musician, makes Carey feel seen for the first time, they audition for the lead role in the school musical.

This Poison Heart by Kalynn Bayron

Briseis can grow plants from seeds to blooms with a single touch, but she doesn't quite know how to control her gift. When her aunt dies and leaves her a dilapidated, rural New York estate, it comes with specific instructions, an apothecary, and a garden filled with some of the world's deadliest botanicals. And as strangers begin to arrive, asking for elixirs and such, Bri discovers that not only does she have a talent for making them, but there is also more to her inheritance than she ever could have imagined.

So Many Beginnings by Bethany C. Morrow

The March sisters live in the Freedmen’s Colony of Roanoke Island, a haven for the recently emancipated in 1863. Meg, the oldest, dreams of love and a family of her own. Jo writes nonfiction about being Black in America and is questioning the stipulations of a publishing offer. Beth is a seamstress, searching for a purpose and dealing with a mysterious illness. And the youngest, Amy, is a dancer, wanting to explore life outside their home. But no matter what the future holds, they will face it all together.

A Rush of Wings by Laura E. Weymouth

A stormy night in the Scottish highlands brings about two big events in Rowenna's life: her rescue of a stranger named Gawen from a shipwreck, and the miraculous return from the dead of Rowenna's late mother, Mairead. But things aren't as peachy as they might seem, as her reanimated mother turns Rowenna's brothers (and Gawen) into swans and robs her of her voice.

The Jasmine Project by Meredith Ireland

After Jasmine's long-time boyfriend, Paul, is caught cheating, her family wants nothing more than to show her how much better she could do. Though Jasmine is reluctant to meet new people, her large family decides to use her graduation party as a chance to have her meet eligible teen bachelors...without her knowing.

Kamila Knows Best by Farah Heron

Kamila is certainly the matchmaker of her friend group...after all, she's the lead in this retelling of Jane Austen's Emma. She pretty much has a plan for everything, including the job she loves, the local shelter's puppy prom, and her dog's highly followed Instagram. Even Rohan, a longtime friend of the family and subject of Kamila's "harmless flirting", isn't going to distract her. Or so she thinks until her secret nemesis returns to town, with her hopes set on Rohan.

Mirror Girls by Kelly McWilliams

Charlie and Magnolia are twins, but have grown up in different worlds. Separated after the lynching of their parents, killed for loving across the color line, Charlie lives in Harlem and is a young Black organizer, while white-passing Magnolia is heiress to a Georgia cotton plantation. When Magnolia learns the truth of her heritage, her reflection vanishes from mirrors. And when Charlie's grandmother falls ill and wishes to be buried in Georgia, Charlie reunites with the sister she never knew she had in their ghostly town

The No-Show by Beth O'Leary

Siobhan, Miranda, and Jane have one very significant thing in common — they've all been stood up, on Valentine's day, by the same man. Though they have little in common otherwise — Siobhan is a quick-tempered life coach, Miranda is a tree surgeon, Jane is a soft-spoken volunteer for the local charity shop — and are each unaware with of the others, they'll all have to unravel the mystery of their wayward valentine.

Perks of Loving a Wallflower by Erica Ridley

Miss Philippa York doesn't believe in love, and she certainly does not want a man's help. But when she must attempt to rescue her priceless manuscript and decode its clues, she ends up working with the charming baron Tommy Wynchester. But as the two work together to unravel the secret military cipher embedded within the manuscript, and as Philippa discovers that Tommy is in fact Thomasina, they quickly begin to fall for each other, a romance that may change Philippa's entire outlook on romance.

Things We Couldn't Say by Jay Coles

Gio has just started to get his life together when his birth mom returns. She walked out of his life when he was 9, and he hasn't heard from her in eight years. Now he's not sure he's willing to let her back into his life. On top of this, there's a new guy on the basketball team that he's been hanging out with, and Gio is not sure if he wants to be in a relationship right now.

The Charmed List by Julie Abe

Quiet girl Ellie is checking items off her Anti-Wallflower list, a set of 13 goals she's set for a life changing summer. Though things like riding roller coasters and an epic best friend road trip are important, it's number four that goes horribly wrong — revenge on Jack Yasuda. Because Jack ends up taking the place of her best friend on the road trip, traveling down the California coast to a magicalconvention.

One True Loves by Elise Bryant

In this delightful contemporary, we follow Lenore, whose future at NYU is set in stone, at least according to her parents. But she's not entirely sure what she wants for herself. As their family heads off for a Mediterranean cruise post-graduation, the last thing she expects is for her parents to immediately bond with another family...who have a son her age. Alex is a hopeless romantic golden boy with the next decade planned out and is everything Lenore is not looking for. But with her best friend Tessa's voice in her ear, she might just be able to open herself up to love.

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