Blog Tour: As If On Cue by Marisa Kanter

Book Description A pair of fierce foes are forced to work together to save the arts at their school in this swoony YAenemies-to-lovers romance that fans of Jenny Han and Morgan Matson are sure to adore. Lifelong rivals Natalie and Reid have never been on the same team. So when their school’s art budgetfaces cutbacks, of courseContinue reading “Blog Tour: As If On Cue by Marisa Kanter”

Review: Sword of the Seven Sins by Emily Colin

*We received this book in exchange for an honest review.* Life in the Commonwealth isn’t easy for Eva Marteinn. When it’s her turn to be chosen for a career path, Eva is picked as the first female Bellator — warriors who she sees as no more than killers. Suddenly, she’s moved into a world ofContinue reading “Review: Sword of the Seven Sins by Emily Colin”

Review: The Witch Haven by Sahsa Peyton Smith

It’s New York City in 1911. Frances Hallowell is an ordinary seamstress who lives with the other girls she works with. Her life changes forever when she kills a man who is trying to attack her. Except, she never moved a muscle.  Afraid of the impending murder investigation, Frances tries to lay low when a coupleContinue reading “Review: The Witch Haven by Sahsa Peyton Smith”

Review: The Inheritance Games by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

Avery Grambs just wants to get to college as soon as possible. She’s tired of living with her sister Libby and Libby’s on again off again abusive boyfriend Drake. Her best chance of leaving is a college scholarship. However, when someone named Grayson Hawthorne shows up at school and says that his grandfather mentioned AveryContinue reading “Review: The Inheritance Games by Jennifer Lynn Barnes”

Review: You Say It First by Katie Cotugno

Meg thought she had her life figured out. After high school, she and her best friend Emily are going to Cornell. She has a great boyfriend and she loves her job, where she calls people to help them register to vote.

Review: The Main Attraction (Heartbreak Cafe #2) by Janet Quin-Harkin

In The Main Attraction, Debbie Lesley is starting to get used to her new life. She spends most of time working at the Heartbreak Café and any free moments are spent with her boyfriend Grant. Her parents are still notably absent, but Debbie’s coping with the help of the Heartbreak regulars and her best friend Pam.Continue reading “Review: The Main Attraction (Heartbreak Cafe #2) by Janet Quin-Harkin”

Review: Good Girl, Bad Blood by Holly Jackson

After the events of A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder, Pip Fitz-Amobi has decided to give up being a detective. With the help of her boyfriend Ravi Singh, Pip set up a podcast to discuss the mysterious case of Andie Bell. Now everyone knows Pip and what she accomplished in her small Connecticut town.

Review: Twin River High series by Lynn Rush and Kelly Anne Blount

We loved In The Penalty Box when we read it earlier this year and became excited that Rush and Blount were releasing three companion books around the same time.  1. Gutter Girl McKenna Storm and Jace Rovers couldn’t be more different. In fact, despite knowing each other since Kindergarten, the two haven’t spoken in years. One bumpContinue reading “Review: Twin River High series by Lynn Rush and Kelly Anne Blount”

Review: That Weekend by Kara Thomas

In case you missed it, earlier this week we interviewed Kara Thomas! Check out the interview and the GIVEAWAY for a signed copy of That Weekend. We’re accepting entries until Monday July 26th. All you need to do is comment on the previous blog post! After a devastating breakup, Claire Keough plans to skip the prom and goContinue reading “Review: That Weekend by Kara Thomas”

Review: The Queen of Nothing by Holly Black

Right after the shocking events of The Wicked King, Jude is in the human world living with Vivi and Oak. At this point Jude believes she’ll never go back to faerie or see Cardan again.  When Taryn shows up with some shocking news, she needs Jude’s help. Jude must go back to faerie and pretend toContinue reading “Review: The Queen of Nothing by Holly Black”