Kasie West is back and I continue my quest to read everything she publishes.
When I need the YA romance fix, Huntley Fitzpatrick always does the trick.
Last week one of my favorite authors released her new book
YA sweetheart Sandhya Menon is back with a companion novel to When Dimple Met Rishi about first love, acceptance, and complicated Desi parents.
Hot Dog Girl is a cute take on the friends-to-lovers trope
ARC April is going swimmingly, and I spent all Sunday reading this contemporary romance set in Seattle
How did I miss To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and it’s two sequels for so long? How did they never end up on my TBR pile until TATBILB hit Netflix and I binge-watched it TWICE in one day.
Ally Carter is back with a standalone novel that follows the daughter of a former Secret Service agent and the son of the President as the face off against Russian kidnappers in the middle of the Alaskan wilderness.
The love story of Alexander Hamilton and Elizabeth Schuyler is back on the pages in Love & War, where hearts and live are on the line in the early years of the Hamilton marriage.
Boy meets boy, what could go wrong? Well, quite a lot if the setting is Provo, Utah, one of those boys is a Mormon, and the other one is writing a novel about their relationship
Sarah Dessen is something of the Nicholas Sparks of YA romance, because her novels will make you laugh, cry, scream, and wish you had a boyfriend
It’s your typical tomboy girl falls for brother-like friend story, but that doesn’t make this Kasie West novel any less compelling.