Gravity by Melissa West. YA dystopia where aliens are commonplace but humans aren't allowed to see what they look like. These 'Ancients' use humans for their survival (leeching their nutrients at night). Our heroine, Ari Alexander, peeks and discovers her Ancient is her arch-enemy at school, Jackson Locke. Could it be a slow burn, enemies to romance situation? I hope so.
Wicked as They Come by Delilah S. Dawson - steampunk/paranormal romance. Heroine gets thrown into another dimension by hero's spell. Hero: "rakish Bludman...Criminy Stain, the dashing proprietor of a magical traveling circus". Not loving the "blud"-whatever and the hero's name, but the story could go two ways: weird in a good way, or too over-the-top.
Three Parts Dead by Max Gladstone. Love the cover! UF. Necromancer heroine has a client - a dead god who may have been murdered and needs to be resurrected "before his city falls apart". !!! October 2, 2012.
A Long, Long Sleep by Anna Sheehan. This is on my list because it's a Sleeping Beauty retelling, but I'm not sure about it because the description sounds vaguely like "Across the Universe" and that book didn't wow me.