Adriana Russo’s family is royalty in the figure skating world. Both her parents were Olympic Gold Medalists and now her family owns the prestigious Kellynch rink outside of Boston, Massachusetts. But life has been tough lately. Adriana’s dad is spending way more than he brings in, Junior World Championships is almost here and the fabulous Elisa Russo, Adriana’s older sister, is heading to Beijing for the 2022 Olympics.Continue reading “Review: Finding Her Edge by Jennifer Iacopelli”
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Review: You’ll Be the Death of Me by Karen McManus
Three former friends are having a pretty crappy day so far. Ivy Sterling-Shepard lost student council election to idiot Boney Mahoney. Mateo Wojcik is exhausted from working two jobs and taking care of his mom. Cal O’Shea-Wallace needs to cheer up after his crush stood him up for breakfast. The three run into each other in the parking lot before school and decide to skip today. After all, it’s senior year and what could they possibly miss?Continue reading “Review: You’ll Be the Death of Me by Karen McManus”
A Book Lover’s Guide to Boston, Massachusetts
Last year we did a post on A Book Lover’s Guide to Lisbon, Portugal. This time we covered Boston, Massachusetts. Have you been to any of the locations we mention? Let us know in the comments.
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1. The Coop
The Coop is a bookstore in Harvard Square. While technically in Cambridge, Massachusetts, it’s easily accessible from Boston’s red line. The Coop has four levels of books on every subject and a lot of Harvard merchandise.
One of the best things about the Coop is all the tables spread out. It’s a nice place to relax with a book. The Coop has been around since 1872 and it’s not to be missed if you’re heading to Harvard’s campus!Continue reading “A Book Lover’s Guide to Boston, Massachusetts”
YA Books Set in New England
So many of our favorite books are set in New England. The six states (Massachusetts, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Vermont and New Hampshire) are the perfect setting for a murder mystery or a contemporary romance. What are your favorite books set in New England? Let us know in the comments.
1. Two Can Keep A Secret by Karen McManus
Two Can Keep A Secret is a spooky YA mystery set in Vermont. When Ellery and Ezra move from LA to a small town in Vermont, unsolved murders seem to be the norm…some of which have to do with the amusement park they started working at. This mystery will give you major fall vibes and the full small town New England experience.Continue reading “YA Books Set in New England”
Blog Tour: Don’t Ask Me Where I’m From by Jennifer De Leon
*We received this book in exchange for an honest review.*
Welcome to Jamaica Plain, a neighborhood in Boston, Massachusetts. Liliana Cruz thought her life was fairly ordinary. She went to school and came home to her parents and little brothers. Except, her dad hasn’t been home in a month and her mom won’t say where he is. Then she gets accepted into METCO, a program where inner city students get bused to high-rated suburban schools. Seemingly overnight, Liliana’s world goes upside down. She misses her dad, her best friend and not being a minority at school.Continue reading “Blog Tour: Don’t Ask Me Where I’m From by Jennifer De Leon”
Then and Now: The Ivy by Lauren Kunze
The first of a four book series, The Ivy focuses on Callie Andrews’s first semester at Harvard. Lauren Kunze, with her friend Rina Onur, started this series while students at Harvard. They refuse to admit how much of the plot actually happened. 😉Continue reading “Then and Now: The Ivy by Lauren Kunze”