Review: Clique Bait by Ann Valett

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Chloe Whitticker wants one thing: revenge. Last year, a group of rich and popular students destroyed the life of Monica Pennington, Chloe’s best friend. Now, Chloe won’t stop to make them pay for ruining Monica’s life.

At this elite private school outside of Los Angeles, most students have money, but some have everything handed to them. They’re known to Chloe as Level 1. They’re evil and will crush anyone who stands in their way.

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Then and Now: Angelfire by Courtney Allison Moulton

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We are so excited to introduce a new series on the blog called Then and Now! For this series, we will re-read our old favorites to see if they still live up to our expectations. Every review will include a blurb on our recollections from when we first read the book as well as our reactions now after re-reading. We can’t wait to revisit our old favorites to see if they live up to the hype! 

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Review: A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson

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Almost everyone in this small Connecticut town believes that Sal Singh murdered Andie Bell. Five years later, Pippa Fitz-Amobi doesn’t think that’s the truth. After all, it seemed too easy for the police to close the case without a proper investigation.

For her senior year project, Pip plans to reopen the case in hopes of proving Sal innocent. Sal was always so nice to Pip and she can’t imagine him hurting anyone.

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Review: The Jabberwocky Princess by Cece Louise

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*We received this book in exchange for an honest review*

The Jabberwocky Princess is the companion novel to Desperate Forest and the second book in The Forest Tales series.

We’re back to the same world as Desperate Forest, but focused on different kingdoms in the relm. Kainda is a chambermaid in the royal place of Galesmore. In the kingdom of Fernshire, a beast is slaying people and nobody can defeat. The King of Fernshire has asked for help. Any prince who can slay the beast will get to marry his daughter, Princess Opal.

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Emma Mills’ Books Ranked

First, we’d like to announce some exciting news. *Drum roll please*

We’ve been featured on Feedspot’s Top 100 Young Adult Book Blogs! 

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We are so honored to be ranked 11th on this list with some of our favorite YA book blogs. Check out the full list here

Okay, now on to the review! 

If you’re a regular reader of our blog, then you know that we love YA contemporaries. We recently took a deep dive into the black hole that is Goodreads and found Emma Mills’ latest release, Lucky Caller. Now, of course we couldn’t just read one of her books….so during quarantine we embarked on a mission to read all five of her publications. Our job? Do the recon on the books so that you, our lovely readers, do not have to get your hands dirty scrolling through pages of Goodreads reviews. 

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Blood for Blood Series Review by Catherine Doyle

The Blood for Blood series is one of our favorites— ever! We know this may seem like a stretch, but it has it all. Romance, action, witty banter, and memorable characters. We hope our review encourages you to check this series out. We really think the series, from British author Catherine Doyle, is underrated! 

If you’ve read these books, we’d love to fangirl with you about Luca in the comments below 😉

1. Vendetta

Vendetta (Blood for Blood, #1) by Catherine Doyle

Sophie Gracewell’s life changes when five hot Italian brothers move into the creepy abandoned house in her town. Before that, her life consisted of hanging out with her best friend Millie and working at Gracewell’s diner, the family business.

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