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I’m a sucker for a good standalone novel, probably because I cannot commit to a series with my busy schedule, but it seems that the vast majority of standalone novels are contemporaries
The Most Dangerous Game comes to a quaint British boarding school for a weekend no one will ever forget.
Beloved fans of Harry Potter and middle grade readers looking for an adventure will fall in love with Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow,
Kasie West is back with a new YA contemporary novel full of podcasting, relationship advice, cute boys, and days on the lake
Four women in their 30s, some sexy books, secret key necklaces, and a rollicking adventure through relationships and life.
I might be traveling for the month of July so it’s time to stock up on Kindle books so I won’t have to lug around a ton of hard copies!
I don’t like reading series because waiting a year or two between books drives me insane
Sandhya Menon is back with her sophomore novel, all about a young Indian-American filmmaker who finds unexpected love while remaking Dracula for a school festival.
Sarah J Maas is back with a novella that is supposed to bridge that first three ACOTAR books with a new trilogy, but it feels like she forgot she was writing fantasy.
Four high-schoolers befriend their favorite novelist, but things turn dark when it becomes clear that the stories they share with her, their private confessions, are fodder for her next novel.
If you love romance novels that are sure to make you have FEELINGS than check out Colleen Hoover