Six Anticipated April Book Releases
By Bailey S.
Don’t miss these six exciting books being released this April!
1. Always and Forever, Lara Jean (To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before #3) by Jenny Han
Lara Jean is back in the third book of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before series. Lara Jean’s life is going great: she’s doing well in her last year of high school; she is in love with her boyfriend Peter; her dad is getting remarried; and her sister Margot is coming home for the summer. Everything starts changing when Lara Jean has to decide what college to attend and what leaving would mean for her and Peter. Her sister went through it all; now she has to.
Release date: May 2nd*
*This book comes out in May, but it’s a highly anticipated release.
2. The Adjustment (The Program #3) by Suzanne Young
Tatum Masterson didn’t go through The Program: she never had her memories erased. Her boyfriend Weston, however, was taken and returned with no memory of Tatum or of the week he went missing, when people from The Program came looking for him. Tatum does everything she can to help him remember; this includes agreeing to The Adjustment, which means Tatum donates her memories to Weston. She soon realizes that was a big mistake. Now, she must decide if her love for Weston is strong enough to let him go or live the lie they have started together.
Release date: April 4th
3. Letters to the Lost by Brigid Kemmerer
Juliet Young has always written letters to her mother, who had an affinity for travel. After her mother dies, the only way Juliet can cope is by writing letters and leaving them at her mother’s grave. One day, when Declan Murphy is doing community service at the cemetery, he finds Juliet’s letters and starts writing back. Both Juliet and Declan go to school together, but they don’t know they’re writing letters to each other. Soon, this secret is revealed, and the two of them discover truths that could ruin their relationship.
Release date: April 4th
4. Fireworks by Katie Cotugno
Set in the 1990’s, Olivia has always wanted to be a popstar. She auditions for a spot in a singing group and is ecstatic when she gets the gig. However, her friend Dana, who has only ever sung back-up for Olivia, also gets the gig. Both begin training, but the hard work and competition cause them to drift apart. They soon realize that there is only room for one girl in the spotlight.
Release date: April 11th
5. Alone in Paris by Ashley Earley
There are two sides to Taylor Clay’s family: the outside that looks as perfect as ever, and the inside, where everything is falling apart. One day, tragedy strikes when Taylor’s dad drives off a bridge, killing him and his wife and leaving Taylor alone with no one to take care of her—that is, until she meets Nathan. Nathan is funny, but he’s also rude and annoying and won’t leave Taylor alone. She soon begins asking herself ‘is that really such a bad thing?’
Release date: April 1st
6. The End of Our Story by Meg Haston
Bridge and Wil have known each other since they were kids. During junior year of high school, Bridge broke Wil’s heart and destroyed their relationship. When Wil suffers a loss in the family, Bridge can’t do anything but comfort him. They find out just how much has changed over the past year and discover that if they want to survive the tragedy, they must learn to swim on their own or drown together.
Publication: April 4th