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It all began with Flowers in the Attic, a dark romance that spurred a twisted (and very juicy) five-book series. V.C. Andrews's newest release,Christopher's Diary: Secrets of Foxworth (The Diaries), is the follow-up fans have been waiting for. When Kristin Masterwood finds Christopher Dollanganger’s diary from the time when he was locked in an attic with his sister and other siblings, the tale of forbidden love she reads about excites dangerous passions of her own. Out Oct. 28

With the success of Fifty Shades of Grey, it's not surprising that turning fan fiction into full novels is a trend others are interested in trying. In After (The After Series), Anna Todd's One Direction fan-fic love stories play out in book form, starting with the tale of how Tessa met Hardin on her first day of college and what this meeting means for her boyfriend back home. Out Oct. 21

Dian Hanson's The Art of Pin-Up (with contributors Sarahjane Blum and Louis Meisel) is here if you're looking for a sexy coffee-table book with vintage flair. Filled with gorgeous pinup art and photographs, it also features in-depth profiles on 10 popular artists. Out Oct. 15

Blue Lily, Lily Blue is the third book in Maggie Stiefvater's YA paranormal romance series The Raven Cycle. Booklist writes, "Richly written and filled with figurative language . . . this story of secrets and dreams, of brothers and of all-too-real magic is an absolute marvel of imagination and an irresistible invitation to wonder." Out Oct. 21

What do you do when you find out that the sister you thought committed suicide has actually been alive all along? In Diane Chamberlain's The Silent Sister, Riley MacPherson makes this startling discovery and must work to uncover the truth behind the real reason her sister disappeared. Out Oct. 7

Marie Lu's first novel following her successful Legend series is a more supernatural take on YA dystopia. The Young Elites follows a group of people who have developed special abilities after surviving a nationwide plague. They form a secret society in order to protect themselves against a corrupt government, and two members in the group find more than just friendship. But can they trust each other? Out Oct. 7

Feminist, poet, and The Nation columnist Katha Pollitt makes the case for supporting a woman's right to choose in her controversial book Pro: Reclaiming Abortion Rights. Publishers Weekly writes, "With wit and logic, Pollitt debunks the many myths surrounding abortion, and analyzes what abortion opponents really oppose: namely, women's growing sexual freedom and power." Out Oct. 14

From "the virgin Bachelor" Sean Lowe — who is now married to his pick Catherine Giudici — comes his memoir For the Right Reasons: America's Favorite Bachelor on Faith, Love, Marriage and Why Nice Guys Finish First (out Jan. 27). In the book he opens up about the struggles he had with balancing his Christian beliefs and being on a reality TV dating show.