It’s that time of year again! The time of year where we share our favorite book releases. We had a hard time choosing our favorites because there were so many amazing young adult books released in 2022. Keep on reading to discover our top ten picks and honorable mentions. What was your favorite book of 2022? Let us know in the comments.Continue reading “The Top 10 YA Books of 2022”
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Review: Finding Her Edge by Jennifer Iacopelli
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”
The Last 10 Book Tag
This tag was originally created by booktuber Marc Nash, but we found it on Read Betwixt Words. We thought it looked fun and decided to participate! Tell us what you’ve been reading in the comments!
1. The Last Book I Gave Up On
More Than Just a Pretty Face was one of our only DNFs of 2021. We couldn’t get into it at all!Continue reading “The Last 10 Book Tag”
Valentine’s Day Book Tag
Happy Valentine’s Day everyone! It’s the season of love and there’s no better way to celebrate than with a book tag. We got this tag from The Sassy Book Geek and knew we wanted to participate. Let us know your favorite YA romances or just books you love in general in the comments.
1. A Stand Alone Book You Love
Annie Lucas’s life changes in the blink of an eye when her dad gets offered the pitching coach position for the Kansas City Royals. But it’s off-limits to fall for the hot rookie pitcher, Jason Brody, when your dad is his coach. Except, Brody’s always at the house and Annie can’t get him out of her head. Whatever Life Throws at You is perfect for fans of sports and romance. This is one of our favorite YA romances because of our love of baseball and the chemistry between Annie and Brody. It’s the perfect Valentine’s Day read.Continue reading “Valentine’s Day Book Tag”
Our Most Anticipated YA Books of 2022
It’s almost 2022, which means it’s almost time to read some of our most anticipated books. 2021 was an amazing reading year for us and we have a feeling 2022 will only get better. Check out the books that we can’t wait for this year and let us know in the comments if any are on your TBR.
Note: We already read two 2022 books, Love from Scratch and These Deadly Games. We rated both five stars and recommend everyone add them to their 2022 TBR!
1. Nothing More to Tell by Karen McManus
We’ll read anything that Karen McManus writes at this point! Nothing More to Tell follows Brynn, who left an elite school after her favorite teacher was murdered. Four years later, Brynn is determined to find exactly what happened. She knows someone at that school got away with murder, but who? McManus mysteries always keep us guessing and we can’t wait to pick this one up on August 30th.Continue reading “Our Most Anticipated YA Books of 2022”
YA Books For Sports Fans
Do you love watching sports? Are cozy Sundays watching football your thing? Or, do you dream of summer days where baseball is the norm? Maybe you prefer the Olympics and cheering on your country. It doesn’t matter which sports you love because we’ve got a story for you. Let us know if you have other sports books that you recommend!
1. Throw Like a Girl by Sarah Henning
The description of this book hooked us immediately. Liv Rodinsky made one mistake and it cost her the scholarship from her private school and her softball team. As she tries to navigate public school, Grey Worthington, son of the softball coach who doesn’t think she’s a team player, offers her an opportunity. Liv can play Quarterback for the football team and prove she can be a team player. Only, it’s not easy being the first female on the team and some of the guys can’t accept it. If you like football, badass female characters and a sweet romance, Throw Like A Girl is for you!Continue reading “YA Books For Sports Fans “
Review: Break the Fall by Jennifer Iacopelli
Audrey Lee has finally achieved her life-long dream of making the U.S. Olympic gymnastics team. After suffering a devastating spine injury and defying odds by returning to training, Audrey is hoping to go out with a bang in Tokyo. With her best friend, Emma, on the team, Audrey finally feels like her hard work has paid off. The world expects the U.S. team to win gold, and the girls expect to leave Tokyo Olympic champions.Continue reading “Review: Break the Fall by Jennifer Iacopelli”
June 2020 Reads
We created a list of the books we plan to read in June. We can’t wait to start these amazing new books and tell you our thoughts! Tell us what you plan to read in June and if you’ll be reading any of our picks. We’re always looking for recommendations.
1. A Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes by Suzanne Collins
We absolutely cannot wait to read the prequel to The Hunger Games trilogy. We’re wondering if President Snow has any redeeming qualities… A Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes is set during the 10th Hunger Games.Continue reading “June 2020 Reads”
TBR Book Challenge
We recently went through our TBR to decide what to read next. So, we decided to do a fun post featuring books we hope to read soon. Tell us what’s on your TBR!
1. Name the TBR book with the highest Goodreads rating!
The Cousins by Karen McManus. This is the highest rated out of books already out and/or to be released in 2020. We didn’t consider any that will be published after 2021. This book is a mystery about three cousins who spend the summer with a grandmother they hardly know. McManus’s books are full of twists and turns! We cannot wait for December!Continue reading “TBR Book Challenge”