Cammie of Ally Carter's I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You - Book one of the Gallagher Girl series
Cammie is a second generation Gallagher Girl attending the prestigious Gallagher Academy - which just happens to be a training facility for teenage spies. She and her classmates excel at tailing, hand-to-hand combat and code cracking, but Cammie's special talent is for blending into the background. She prides herself on not being noticed. So when a boy from the local town actually does notice her, Cammie is stunned. Could he be the boy of her dreams? Perhaps. But falling in love is difficult when your trying to uncover a national conspiracy, keep your grades up and keep your mom, the super-spy, in the dark.
Traits: Loyal, Intelligent, Friendly
|Pressia of Pure by Julianna Baggott|
|Sunday of Enchanted by Alethea Kontis|
|Aislinn of Wicked Lovely by Melissa Marr|
The fey realm gets a bit darker in this urban fantasy. Aislinn has been raised by three rules: don't stare at invisible fairies; don't speak to invisible fairies; and don't ever attract fairies attention. But those rules will not keep her safe from Keenan, the Summer King, who has spent the last 900 years searching for the one girl capable of becoming his Summer Queen. Now Aislinn faces an impossible choice: give up her freedom (and possibly her life) to become Keenan's Queen, or watch the world and the people she loves descend into unending Winter.
Traits: Fierce, Determined, Self-Possessed
|Cleo of Falling Kingdoms by Morgan Rhodes|
For a hundred years magic, the lifeblood of the three realms of Mytica, has been fading, slowly killing the land and driving two of the three kingdoms into desperate straits. Cleo, Jonas, Lucia and Magnus soon discover that the actions of a single person can change the course of history and determine a nation's fate.
Traits: Loving, Passionate, Strong-Willed