Serious Moonlight follows Birdie Lindberg on a journey to find herself…and maybe love along the way. Growing up without socialization and under the scrutiny of her overprotective grandparents, Birdie has a lot to learn about life. Since her strict grandmother has passed away, her grandfather gives her more freedom: enter a brand new job at a dazzling hotel in downtown Seattle and adventures with her handsome coworker.Continue reading “Review: Serious Moonlight By Jenn Bennett”
Our pick for May 2019 is Again, But Better by Christine Riccio, which will be released on May 7, 2019.
Why did we pick this book?
We love YA books set in college! Also, Claire’s favorite city is London.
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What is it about?
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We’ve compiled a list of independent bookstores that are having events on April 27, 2019. Check them out and celebrate the local bookstores by participating in events all day long. We’re also featuring D.C.’s first ever Bookstore Crawl. Go to all participating locations or simply hit up your local store in support of #IndieApril.
Inspired by the murders committed by Jack the Ripper, Maniscalco has you traveling back in time to 19th century London. Audrey Rose Wadsworth hails from high-society. She’s the daughter of a lord and as such, she should behave like a lady. Audrey has other plans, caring more about forensics than afternoon tea. Under the supervision of her uncle, Audrey gets to examine the dead bodies that are brought in. When gruesome dead bodies of women show up more frequently, Audrey is determined to solve the mystery and end the horrendous killing spree that encompassed London.Continue reading “Review: Stalking Jack the Ripper By Kerri Maniscalco”
We were really excited about this book because Lacey was one of the best characters in Love, Life and the List. She definitely deserved her own story— and her own chance at finding love!
Lacey Barnes finally landed a role in a Hollywood movie—her dream job. She stalls her life and moves to Hollywood with her dad. Everything seems perfect, she has a leading role opposite megastar Grant James and the beginning of a promising career. However, Lacey is still in high school. The one thing she doesn’t want to deal with is school work. So when Lacey keeps blowing off her assignments, her dad hires her a relentless tutor…enter dreamboat, Donavan. Lacey thinks Donavan is the most stiff and boring guy she has ever met and accuses him of being a straight-laced choir boy. “Donovan: Loves homework, haircuts and harmonizing” (64). Donavan believes that Lacey is spoiled, insane and lazy, considering how hard he has to work to get her to do even one assignment.Continue reading “Review: Fame, Fate and the First Kiss By Kasie West”
This post will be updated when West releases new books—but for now, here are our top 9. We left off Pivot Point and Split Second because they are Fantasy/Paranormal YA. Though that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t read them!
We have a tie for the number one spot because we just couldn’t decide between two of West’s most dreamy love interests and engaging stories! These two West books really stand out:
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T1. The Fill-In Boyfriend
Our pick for April 2019 is Serious Moonlight by Jenn Bennett, which will be released on April 16, 2019.
Why did we pick this book?
We both loved Jenn Bennett’s book Alex, Approximately, which was released in 2017!Continue reading “April 2019 Book Club: Serious Moonlight”