Tag: Young Adult

Guest Review: Trust by Kylie Scott

Guest Review: Trust by Kylie Scott

Edie is spending the night at her friend Georgia’s house and having a movie night during summer break. They’re in the middle of a Harry Potter marathon but end up driving across town at midnight to fill up on snacks.  Edie is dressed in pajamas but less revealing PJ’s than her friend so she heads […]

Blog Tour: RITA Finalists Spotlight- Best First Book

Blog Tour: RITA Finalists Spotlight- Best First Book

The RITA Award is the highest award of distinction in the romance publishing industry and recognizes excellence in published romance novels and novellas. Winners will be announced at the award ceremony held during the RWA National Conference at Walt Disney World Dolphin Resort, Thursday, July 27. Today we’re spotlighting the nominees for Best First Book. […]

Review: Coming Up for Air by Miranda Kenneally

Review: Coming Up for Air by Miranda Kenneally

It’s pretty amazing that this book is the eighth book in the Hundred Oaks series and I’m just as invested in these characters, from that high school as I was in the beginning. Sure, I’ve liked some books more than others but I’m still excited to read these books as if I’d read them for […]

Review: The Impossible Vastness of Us by Samantha Young

Review: The Impossible Vastness of Us by Samantha Young

The Impossible Vastness of Us is the first contemporary YA that Samantha Young has written and at first, I wasn’t sure if I was going to read it. Any of her younger stories gives me pause because of my rage after reading Out of the Shallows. I’m scared to try any other NA books by […]

Review: Holding Up the Universe by Jennifer Niven

Review: Holding Up the Universe by Jennifer Niven

This was the first book that I ever listened to from beginning to end and while I still prefer to read my own books, this was a great story. It was interesting, the characters were compelling and Niven’s writing style kept me invested in what was going on. I’ve never heard of prosopragnosia before listening […]