Review: Mazarine by Cece Louise

*We received this book in exchange for an honest review.* Mazarine is third book in The Forest Tales series and the companion to Desperate Forest and The Jabberwocky Princess. Darius, the former King of the Kingdom of Marcsnovia, has spent three years as prisoner on a fishing ship. Ever since Jay and Roselynn sentenced Darius, he’s beenContinue reading “Review: Mazarine by Cece Louise”

Review: The Lucky List by Rachael Lippincott

*We received this book in exchange for an honest review.* Emily Carter used to be lucky. Three years ago her life changed and she felt like her luck ran out. Now, most of her friends aren’t speaking to her, her dad is selling the house and her summer will be nothing but boring.

Review: Made in Korea by Sarah Suk

*We received this book in exchange for an honest review.* High school senior Valerie Kwon runs K&C K-BEAUTY, her school’s number one student-run business, with her cousin Charlie. Valerie’s goal is to save enough money to take her beloved halmeoni to Paris (and maybe show her mother that she’s worth as much as her successfulContinue reading “Review: Made in Korea by Sarah Suk”

Blog Tour: Sunkissed by Kasie West

We’re so excited to be posting for the blog tour on release day! If you haven’t bought this YA contemporary yet, do so today! Thank you TBR and Beyond Tours for including us. Check out the rest of the tour schedule here! Synopsis A lighthearted and swoony contemporary YA romance by fan-favorite author Kasie West about a girl whoContinue reading “Blog Tour: Sunkissed by Kasie West”

Unpopular Book Opinions: YA Ships

We’re starting a new series on the blog where we share our unpopular YA book opinions. For this one, we’re sharing our opinions about ships we loved, but the couple didn’t end up together or ships we think are overrated. Let us know your unpopular YA romance opinions in the comments! 1. The Secret CircleContinue reading “Unpopular Book Opinions: YA Ships”

Review: These Violent Delights by Chloe Gong

We had so much fun discussing These Violent Delights at our recent virtual YA book club. Instead of just telling you our thoughts, we’re going to mention a few of our discussion questions and reactions from the group. Have you read Gong’s debut YA book? Let us know your answers to our questions in the comments!

Review: Take Me Home Tonight by Morgan Matson

Kat and Stevie need an adventure. Kat’s anxious after the theatre teacher postponed the casting of the school play. Stevie pretends everything is okay after he dad cancels her birthday dinner to work, but she’s secretly devastated.  Kat and Stevie head into New York City, lying to their parents that they are staying at theirContinue reading “Review: Take Me Home Tonight by Morgan Matson”

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 andContinue reading “Review: London Prep 4: The Key by Jillian Dodd”

Review: Better Than the Movies by Lynn Painter

*We received this book in exchange for an honest review.*  Liz Buxbaum is obsessed with romantic comedies. She used to watch them with her mom and, after her mom’s death, uses them as a way to feel close to her. When her childhood crush, Michael, moves back to town, she thinks this is her shotContinue reading “Review: Better Than the Movies by Lynn Painter”

Review: Down Comes the Night by Allison Saft

Wren Sutherland is a healer— and the illegitimate niece of the Queen of Danu. As a member of the Queen’s Guard, she is assigned to the unit of her best friend (and the object of her unrequited affection), Una. When Danubian soldiers go missing, Wren and Una are tasked with finding out if Danu’s rival,Continue reading “Review: Down Comes the Night by Allison Saft”