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Review: Begin Again by Emma Lord

*We received this book in exchange for an honest review.*

After spending her first semester at a community college, Andie Rose is ecstatic to transfer to Blue Ridge State. Both of Andie’s parents attended Blue Ridge State, so she can’t wait to be part of the family tradition.

Andie has her whole future mapped out. She’s going to graduate with a degree is psychology, become a therapist and eventually become credible enough to be a self-help icon. Also, she plans on spending forever with her high school sweetheart, Connor. It doesn’t matter that they took time off from their relationship last semester, now that they’re at the same school, everything can be perfect.

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The Most Anticipated YA Books of 2023

Happy almost New Year, everyone! We can’t believe that it’s almost 2023!

There are so many amazing YA books releasing in 2023. Below, you can find the top 20 books we’re most excited to read this upcoming year. We have high hopes for our picks. Let us know your most anticipated books for 2023 in the comments.

Did you miss our favorite books of 2022? Click here to check our recent favorites for some reading inspiration!

Again, happy almost 2023 to all of our readers. Thank you to everyone who has read our blog this past year. It means a lot to us that our blog has grown so much over the course of 2022.

FYI: Not all covers have been revealed yet. We plan to update this post as soon as they become available.

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Books on Our NetGalley Shelf Part 2

So much to do, so much to read. We’ve been trying not to request too many books on NetGalley so we can have a more reasonable TBR pile and a strong reading percentage. This fall, we have some great books on our NetGalley line up.

We’ve read books by Lynn Painter and Emma Lord before, but were also excited to read books from three new authors. Have you read any of these ARCs yet? Let us know in the comments.

1. Talk Santa to Me by Linda Urban

Talk Santa to Me promises to be a hilarious and adorable romcom full of Christmas cheer. The description gave us Grandma Got Runover by a Reindeer meets a Hallmark movie vibes. All Francie wants is to have the perfect holiday season, stop her aunt from making the family store too corporate and kiss the cute boy next door.

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