Back to School: College YA Edition

YA in college is becoming more popular, especially since NA didn’t really takeoff and— let’s be real— tends to be more erotica than anything. Let us know if we missed any great YA books set in college. We’re always looking to read more of them. Tell us in the comments which YA books set inContinue reading “Back to School: College YA Edition”

Review: Enchantée by Gita Trelease

This is our book club pick for August 2019. If you’ve read it, let us know your thoughts in the comments! Enchantée tells the story of Camille Durbonne, an orphan living in Paris during the lead up to the French Revolution. In Trelease’s reimagining of the year 1789, la magie (magic) is real but outlawed by society’s aristocracy. 

Review: Escaping From Houdini by Kerri Maniscalco

Audrey Rose Wadsworth and Thomas Cresswell trade in the castles of Romania for a transatlantic voyage. Upon the request of Audrey Rose’s uncle, our favorite forensic scientists make their way to America to assist with a case. Little do they know that their ship, the RMS Etruria, would be the setting of their next murder mystery.  

Review: The Necromancer’s Prison by Alec Whitesell and Craig Bonacorsi

*We received this book in exchange for an honest review.* Emily Murphy thought the worst thing that would happen to her that day was being late to her college entrance exam. She never expected the exam to get interrupted by a kidnapping of her classmate and the killing of her teacher by mysterious cloaked people.Continue reading “Review: The Necromancer’s Prison by Alec Whitesell and Craig Bonacorsi”

Review: Technically, You Started It by Lana Wood Johnson

Haley Hancock receives a text from fellow classmate, Martin Nathaniel Munroe II. With a name like that, you’d think she would know who she was texting. Except, there are two Martin Nathaniel Munroe IIs in her class and Haley mistakenly believes she is texting the Martin that she doesn’t hate. While on the other hand,Continue reading “Review: Technically, You Started It by Lana Wood Johnson”

Review: Hunting Prince Dracula by Kerri Maniscalco

Following the events of Stalking Jack the Ripper, Audrey Rose Wadsworth and Thomas Cresswell leave London to attend a forensics school in a small Romanian town. Just when the two thought they were leaving all of the Jack the Ripper drama behind them, Audrey and Thomas witness a murder on a train. After the killer leavesContinue reading “Review: Hunting Prince Dracula by Kerri Maniscalco”

Review: Maybe This Time by Kasie West

Sophie Evans wants nothing more than to get out of her sleepy southern town and be a fashion designer in NYC. To save for college, she works for the town florist, where she is forced to decorate every town event. 

The Best YA Beach Reads

Looking for a cute romance to read this summer? Look no further! These YA contemporaries will leave you swooning.    1. The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han Belly Conklin spends all year looking forward to summer. Every year, her family travels to Cousins beach with the Fisher’s. Belly has been crushing on ConradContinue reading “The Best YA Beach Reads”

Review: Curse of a Witch’s Blood by Hayley L. Morgan

*We received this book in exchange for an honest review.* Strange things have been happening to Eve Jones, things that she can’t explain. All Eve wants is for the bullying to stop, so she is no longer a social outcast. But every time she sets foot in her horrible high school, lockers go crazy andContinue reading “Review: Curse of a Witch’s Blood by Hayley L. Morgan”