Creeping by Alexandra Sirowy
Stella and Jeanie disappeared eleven years ago, but only. Stella came back.by Jeanie never did, and Stella cannot remember anything about what happened. Years have passed since the incident and all Stella wants is to move on with her friends and enjoy life, until the body of a young girl is found on the anniversary of the day the girls were kidnapped. This boys leads Stella down the path of evil an secrets, if she can just remember it will help her get past it all, won't it? Stella used to know better then to believe in monsters, but now she is not so sure.
How To Fall (Jess Tennant Series) by Jane Casey
Jess Tennant has never met any of her relatives, but now her mom decides they are going to spend the summer in the tiny English town where her family's from. Jess is completely surprised by this , but even more surprising is the town's reaction to Jess. Everywhere she goes, people look at her like they've seen a ghost. Although to them Jess is kind of like a ghost considering she looks almost exactly like her cousin Freya, who died shortly before Jess came to town. Jess immediately feels a weird connection to Freya, even though she never meet her. The more Jess learns about the secrets Freya was keeping while she was alive, the more suspicious Freya's death starts to look. This summer visit to the country could be dangerous for Jess then she ever imagined.
Last Year's Mistake by Gina Ciocca
Kelsey and David were best friends Until the night a misunderstanding turned Kelsey into the school joke, and everything around her crumbled—including her friendship with David. So when Kelsey's parents decided to move away, she couldn't wait to start over and leave the past behind.
Now it is Kelsey senior year and she has a new group of friends, popularity, and a hot boyfriend. Her life is perfect and no one knows about anything in her past. That is, until David's moves to town and turns everything. Soon old feelings bubble to the surface and threaten to destroy Kelsey's second chance at happiness. The more time she spends with David, the more she realizes she never truly let him go. And maybe she never wants to.