This book is jam-packed wiht heartfelt stories of service and sacrifice and will only increase the reverence you have for our men and women in uniform,
In an attempt to be a better librarian one day, I’ve tried to step outside my reading comfort zone in 2019
Ruth Ware is back!
I’m often hesitant books that are heckin’ hyped, but I’m intrigued nonetheless, and Internment by Samira Ahmed drew me in
Lock Every Door blew me away, tbh.
I never actually read The Kiss Quotient, but it got such buzz that I had to read Helen Hoang’s sophomore book, The Bride Test.
I love books I randomly stumble upon that I end up really enjoying. I’d heard of Christina June when I went to an author event she helped co-host at One Page More in Arlington, Virginia, and then I won a giveaway on her Twitter! So, as part of ARC April, I read No Place Like…
Somehow, by the Grace of God, I got an e-ARC of my most anticipated release of the entire year and WOW WOW WOW did it live up to expectations.
I love a good novel in verse, and I’d heard chatter about Voices: The Final Hours of Joan of Arc and so when I discovered it on my library shelves the other day, I picked it up
YA sweetheart Sandhya Menon is back with a companion novel to When Dimple Met Rishi about first love, acceptance, and complicated Desi parents.
Boarding schools and royalty? Sign me up
Christina Lauren has done it to me again and I’m so upset because I’m now two books ahead of publication and just KNOW I’m going to hate waiting for the next one