Scarlet by Marissa Meyer (Lunar Chronicles, part 2)
In the second volume of this futuristic fairy tale retelling, Scarlet, a spunky French farm girl in a red hoodie, is frantically searching for her grandmother. Was Grand-mere kidnapped? Or worse?
Scarlet reluctantly accepts the help of Wolf, a tattooed street fighter. But Wolf has some secrets he prefers not to share with Scarlet.
And speaking of secrets, apparently Grand-mere had a few of her own...secrets about a missing princess now known as Cinder.
Fairy tale, science fiction, political intrigue, and romance intertwine to create a fast-moving narrative and leave readers eager for the next volume:Cress, the story of a long-haired girl who has been kept isolated on a satellite since childhood, is scheduled for publication in February 2014.
Recommended for readers ages 12 to adult. Minimal cussing, some violence, some blood, some tactful off-page canoodling.