I need a newish YA with a Northwest connection
Every couple of months, I write a YA roundup review column for the Oregonian. The catch is that the books have to have a Northwest connection - either set here, or written by someone who grew up here.
I'm thinking this next one should be I Heart You, You Haunt Me, The Opposite of Invisible and ___________.
What book, written in the past three months, would you nominate for that third slot. Don't be shy if it's yours.