Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater (Scholastic Press, Aug.) is the love story of Sam and Grace, told in chapters that alternate between their points of view. Sam, a werewolf, rescues a young Grace from a wolf attack and they bond from then on. This is the first book I think will actually satisfy the Twilight fan girls. It has that same breathless teenage belief that they are meant for each other, the same page-turning gotta-know-what-happens-next. That's not to say it's a Twilight copycat. Stiefvater treats the werewolf mythology in a different and creative way, and Sam's penchant for turning emotions into song lyrics is adorable. One warning for booksellers: there's no abstinence clause in this one. But the sex is very sweet fade-to-black and only brought up once more so that we know they used protection. Get Shiver in the hands of one teen girl; she'll read it overnight, and then force all her friends to read it. (And not just teen girls... I loved it in one sitting as well.)