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Review: London Prep 7: The Choice by Jillian Dodd

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

Mallory James has finally made a choice. Taking place immediately after the events of London Prep 6: The Country House, Mallory and Harry are still at a party right after Harry asked Mallory an important question.

Upset by his question, Mallory runs away in tears and starts to panic. It’s finally time for Mallory to set some boundaries with her heart. She knows that she wants to be with Noah, not Harry. But her fear of hurting Harry is getting in the way of her relationship.

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Which London Prep Character Are You Based on Your Myers-Briggs?

Our regular readers know how much we love the London Prep series by Jillian Dodd. So far there are six books, with the seventh scheduled to release in December. We thought it would be fun to analyze each character’s Myers-Briggs and share it with our readers! Let us know yours in the comments. We’re an ENTJ and an INFJ.

This isn’t our first Myers-Briggs related blog post. If you’re a Shadowhunter fan, find out which character you are here!

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Review: Love & Other Great Expectations by Becky Dean

For our July book club, we choose to read Love & Other Great Expectations by Becky Dean. We’ve had this book on our TBR for months and we’re excited to finally be able to go on an adventure across Britain through the eyes of an American teenager. 

If you didn’t already know, London is an amazing city. Check out our YA City Guide for more recommendations for YA books set in London. 

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Review: London Prep 6: The Country House by Jillian Dodd

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

Starting right where London Prep 5: The Party ends, Mallory, Noah, Mohammed and Harry are on the way to spend a long weekend at the Brooks family country house. Feeling like she’s leaving all the drama back in London, Mallory can’t wait to spend a few days in the English countryside. Everything is finally coming together with Noah and Harry is adjusting to being just friends.

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Review: The Yearbook by Holly Bourne 

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Paige Vickers is most likely to be forgotten. She’s in year 11 and nobody really knows who she is and she’s okay with that. At least if nobody knows who you are, then mean girls Grace Langdon and Amelia Murray can’t make your life miserable.

Paige’s home life isn’t great either. Her older brother Adam moved away to start university, leaving Paige alone with her emotionally abusive father and complicit mother. It’s best for Paige to stay out of everyone’s way because they all treat her like she doesn’t exist.

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Review: Blame It on the Mistletoe by Beth Garrod

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

Elle is a social media influencer in New Jersey and wants nothing more than to build her following. Holly is a Christmas lover, but after an embarrassing run in with her ex-boyfriend, she’ll do anything to escape her small town outside of London for the holidays.

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Review: London Prep Book 5: The Party by Jillian Dodd

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

After London Prep 4: The Key ended, we found ourselves impatiently waiting for October so we could get more Noah Williams and Mallory James. When we left Mallory, she was celebrating her 17th birthday and still conflicted over her feelings. In London Prep 5: The Party, Mallory finally gets the clarity she has been craving.

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Review: London Prep 4: The Key by Jillian Dodd

Before we dive into today’s post, we have an exciting announcement. Today is our two year blogging anniversary! We love the community we’ve created here, so thank you for reading and following along with us. We’re excited to see our community continue for years to come! Two years ago we started this blog for fun and we’re so happy with what we’ve accomplished since.

Okay, on with our regular scheduled programming. 

Amazon.com: The Key (London Prep Book 4) eBook: Dodd, Jillian: Kindle Store

It’s the finale of her exchange in London, and Mallory’s last day at Kensington School didn’t go as planned. Instead of saying goodbye to her friends and planning to go long-distance with Harry, she gets dumped and ends up sharing a revenge kiss with Noah in the lunch room. All Mallory wants to do is get out of London, but her parents have other plans. 

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Review: Chain of Iron by Cassandra Clare

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Warning: Spoilers if you haven’t started The Last Hours series.

Picking up a few months after Chain of Gold, it’s time for James Herondale and Cordelia Carstairs to get married. Except, they are both dreading it. Cordelia always hoped she’d marry James…just not under these circumstances. 

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Review: London Prep series by Jillian Dodd

We came across this series on Instagram and knew we had to read it. It literally screamed YA Netflix show and gave us Gossip Girl vibes…but British. We love the series’ Instagram. It’s got killer promotional pics and we love seeing the actors in their characters. It helped us visualize the characters and made us love them even more. Now, onto the review! 

London Prep 1: The Exchange

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Mallory James is beyond pissed at her parents when they drop a bombshell on her: she’s being sent to London for a three week exchange during her junior year. Mallory’s been to London already– it’s stuffy, rainy, and boring. What more is there to see? Her parents don’t seem to grasp what an utter nightmare this will be for Mallory’s perfect New York lifestyle. When her parents refuse to budge, she decides that if she’s going to be stuck across the Pond for three weeks, she may as well have fun and let loose. 

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