These first lines made me want to read more; see if any make you want to read more, too.
"Kell wore a very peculiar coat. It had neither one side, which would be conventional, nor two, which would be unexpected, but several, which was, of course, impossible."
Title: A Darker Shade of Magic by V. E. Schwab
(Surprisingly compelling, this fantasy adventure with its four different Londons--Red, Gray, Black and White--is lots of fun. I loved it!)
"The obsession began on June 12, 2008 around 11:23 a.m."
Title: Intertwine by Nichole Van
(Emme Wilde travels back in time to England, 1812, to meet her soul-mate in this time-travel romance.)
"I suppose a lot of teenage girls feel invisible sometimes, like they just disappear. Well, that's me --Cammie the Chameleon. But I'm luckier than most because, at my school, that's considered cool. I go to a school for spies."
Title: I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You by Ally Carter
(My niece recommended this entertaining YA novel; AND it fills the "spies" category for me on Reading Bingo!)
"Amy Grimes was bored with her life. She was bored with school, bored with her parents, bored with most of her friends, and had been well on the way to being bored with her boyfriend, Simon Church, until he suggested that they just pack up and leave this very boring little town."
Title: Fear the Dark by Kay Hooper
(Hooper's novels of psychic suspense are always page-turners, and this one is no exception.)
"Christmas crept into Pine Cove like a creeping Christmas thing: dragging garland, ribbon, and sleigh bells, oozing eggnog, reeking of pine, and threatening festive doom like a cold sore under the mistletoe."
Title: The Stupidest Angel by Christopher Moore
(An irreverent and quirky "tale of Christmas terror" with an incompetent Archangel, a dead Santa, a boy's Christmas wish, and zombies. It's awesome.)