Review: Wait for Me by Sara Shepard

*We received this book in exchange for an honest review.* Do you believe in reincarnation? Sara Shepard asks readers to be open to the possibility. Casey Rhodes already lives an unconventional life. At 17, she’s a sophomore at NYU and dating Marcus Coleman, one of the most eligible men in NYC. At an exclusive holidayContinue reading “Review: Wait for Me by Sara Shepard”

Review: Where There’s a Whisk by Sarah J. Schmitt

Top Chef meets Love From Scratch in Schmitt’s Where There’s a Wisk. Peyton Sinclaire wants to escape her terrible life in North Florida. When she gets a chance to compete on Top Teen Chef, Food TV’s new reality show, Peyton jumps at the chance to spend the summer in Manhattan. The winner receives a culinaryContinue reading “Review: Where There’s a Whisk by Sarah J. Schmitt”

Review: When You Get the Chance by Emma Lord

*We received this book in exchange for an honest review.* Millie Price wants nothing more than to be a Broadway Star. She loves living in NYC and can’t imagine spending her life anywhere else. But when she gets into a prestigious theatre program in Los Angeles for her senior year, Millie jumps at the chanceContinue reading “Review: When You Get the Chance by Emma Lord”

Review: Girl off the Grid by Jillian Dodd and Kenzie Harp

Camille Caldwell, NYC fashion blogger and college student, gets offered an amazing opportunity at her favorite magazine. Camille gets to all-expenses paid eco-trip to Costa Rica for a week. The only thing she has to is write about her experiences as soon as gets home and give up social media for the week. Camille hasContinue reading “Review: Girl off the Grid by Jillian Dodd and Kenzie Harp”

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”

Morgan Matson’s YA Books Ranked

Morgan Matson is one of our favorite authors for YA contemporary books. Her books are perfect beach reads, that’s why we’re posting  our thoughts on her books in August. Have you read Matson before? Let us know your favorite book in the comments.  1. The Unexpected Everything Andie, the daughter of a U.S. Senator Connecticut,Continue reading “Morgan Matson’s YA Books Ranked”

Book vs TV Show: Tiny Pretty Things

Warning: Spoilers if you haven’t read the book series or watched the TV show.  Late last year, Tiny Pretty Things released on Netflix. We had to watch it as soon as we saw the trailer. How could we resist a dark mystery set at a hyper-competitive ballet school?  The book by Sona Charaipotra and DhonielleContinue reading “Book vs TV Show: Tiny Pretty Things”

YA City Guide: New York City

One thing we miss right now is travel. We’re both travel addicts and can’t wait to begin traveling across the U.S. again. Do you want to travel right now but can’t? We can help with book recommendations. The YA City Guide is a new feature on our blog to recommend books set in a certain city.Continue reading “YA City Guide: New York City”

Then and Now: City of Bones by Cassandra Clare

City of Bones is the first book in Clare’s The Mortal Instruments series. It was also her first published book and the introduction to the shadowhunter world. Clare is now one of the best known YA authors! Christy and Clare first read this series years ago. We cannot remember the exact year, but it hasContinue reading “Then and Now: City of Bones by Cassandra Clare”

Author Interview: Lisa Maxwell

We had the chance to interview the fabulous Lisa Maxwell. She is the New York Times Best-Selling author of The Last Magician series. If you haven’t read this series, we highly recommend it. It’s full of both magic and history. Thanks, Lisa! We can’t wait to read more of your books! 1.) When did youContinue reading “Author Interview: Lisa Maxwell”