I’ve been thinking a lot about prep schools, private schools, boarding schools & the like before I head to college at the end of the summer, and it got me thinking about some YA books with a similar theme! They have such a unique culture, and it’s definitely a big change to read compared to … Continue reading 10 Prep, Private, & Boarding Schools Books!: A Niche Setting with an Interesting Atmosphere
I had an idea of what I wanted Amelia Westlake Was Never Here to be in my mind, and the story totally ended up satisfying that! It’s such a fun concept: two girls who are polar opposites teaming up to create a hoax to expose the flaws in their private girls school! And although there … Continue reading Amelia Westlake Was Never Here by Erin Gough: A Really Entertaining Lesbian Rom-Com
I didn't read all of Don't Date Rosa Santos. But it's not what you think. The first page of each chapter was missing in my eARC, and this ended up meaning I missed out on reading like, 25 pages of the book. Oops. I didn't think it would have affected my reading so much, but … Continue reading Don’t Date Rosa Santos by Nina Moreno: A Fresh and Fun Romantic Comedy–Set in South Florida!
I’d heard great things about Crichton’s books and how entertaining they were, but I’d never had a chance to read any until now. When I actually began reading, I realized that my idea of this book was very different than reality. To be completely honest, I requested All Our Broken Pieces without knowing what it … Continue reading All Our Broken Pieces by L.D. Crichton: Romance, Bad Boys, and OCD
I love Maurene Goo’s romantic comedies, and if you haven’t checked them out yet, you need to! They’re absolutely adorable and so cute and fun and bubbly, and I love all of her heroines! So I was very excited to get a chance to read Somewhere Only We Know, and even preordered a copy for … Continue reading Somewhere Only We Know by Maurene Goo: A Cute & Fluffy Romance about a K-Pop Star & Paparrazzo
Elizabeth Acevedo does it again. With the Fire On High is a fierce and stunning sophomore novel, full of heart, empowering females, and delicious food. I absolutely adored Acevedo’s debut in verse, The Poet X, and found With the Fire on High to be equally, if not more, stellar. There were so many things I … Continue reading With the Fire on High by Elizabeth Acevedo: An Emotional and Heartfelt Read feat. So Much Food!
Wow! I have such a fun post to share with you this Wednesday, and Jenn and I had a blast writing up this character interview! One of my absolute favorite parts of Jennifer Dugan's debut, Hot Dog Girl, was how complex Elousie and all the characters were. They're so dynamic and fun, and although they … Continue reading Writer Wednesday: Character Interview with Characters from Jennifer Dugan’s Hot Dog Girl (+INTL Giveaway!)
AHHHH?! I know I don’t talk a lot about genres other than YA on my blog, but I’m really really excited to hype up two (non-YA) romance novels that I adored! I’m sure you’ve heard a decent amount about The Bride Test by Helen Hoang and Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston, but … Continue reading Double Romance Review: The Bride Test + Red, White & Royal Blue
I’ve never been the biggest graphic novel fan, but over the past few years, I’ve slowly been dipping my toes further and further into this pool, and it’s fantastic? I really love the way the art adds to the story, and I’ve definitely found new favorite books when I was introduced to graphic novels! So … Continue reading If You Liked… #15: Graphic Novels & YA Books
Ahh! I'm so excited to bring to you today and exclusive cover reveal for Laura Taylor Namey's debut, The Library of Lost Things, as well as an interview with Laura herself! There are so many reasons why I'm excited for this contemporary romance, but probably the first thing that drew me to this book was … Continue reading Exclusive Cover Reveal & Interview: The Library of Lost Things by Laura Taylor Namey