Review: Enchantée by Gita Trelease

This is our book club pick for August 2019. If you’ve read it, let us know your thoughts in the comments! Enchantée tells the story of Camille Durbonne, an orphan living in Paris during the lead up to the French Revolution. In Trelease’s reimagining of the year 1789, la magie (magic) is real but outlawed by society’s aristocracy. 

Review: The Necromancer’s Prison by Alec Whitesell and Craig Bonacorsi

*We received this book in exchange for an honest review* Emily Murphy thought the worst thing that would happen to her that day was being late to her college entrance exam. She never expected the exam to get interrupted by a kidnapping of her classmate and the killing of her teacher by mysterious cloaked people.Continue reading “Review: The Necromancer’s Prison by Alec Whitesell and Craig Bonacorsi”

Review: Technically, You Started It by Lana Woods Johnson

Haley Hancock receives a text from fellow classmate, Martin Nathaniel Munroe II. With a name like that, you’d think she would know who she was texting. Except, there are two Martin Nathaniel Munroe IIs in her class and Haley mistakenly believes she is texting the Martin that she doesn’t hate. While on the other hand,Continue reading “Review: Technically, You Started It by Lana Woods Johnson”

Review: Romancing the Dark in the City of Light by Ann Jacobus

Summer Barnes moves to Paris with her mother to repeat her senior year of high school after getting kicked out of multiple boarding schools. In order to receive her large trust fund, Summer has to prove that she can graduate high school as quickly as possible and attend college. Ready to start over, Summer hopesContinue reading “Review: Romancing the Dark in the City of Light by Ann Jacobus”

Review: Desperate Forest by Cece Louise

*We received this ARC in exchange for an honest review.* Desperate Forest follows Roselynn, the Princess of the Kingdom of Tover, on a quest to escape her murderous uncle through an ominous forest– with the help of some unexpected friends! Engaged to Darius, the new King of the Kingdom of Marcsnovia, Roselynn’s life seemed perfect– that is,Continue reading “Review: Desperate Forest by Cece Louise”

Review: I See London, I See France By Sarah Mlynowski

Sydney cannot wait to embark on her first European adventure with her best friend, Leela. Leela was supposed to go with her boyfriend, but they broke up right before the end of their freshman year of college. Desperate to still go on an adventure, Leela asks Sydney to use her savings to backpack through Europe.Continue reading “Review: I See London, I See France By Sarah Mlynowski”

Review: Again, But Better By Christine Riccio

This month’s book club pick was Again, but Better by booktuber and fellow YA lover, Christine Riccio!  Again, but Better follows 20 year old Shane Primaveri on her study abroad semester in London, England circa 2011. Her college life had been one word, boring! That’s why Shane’s semester abroad had to be perfect: she was going to haveContinue reading “Review: Again, But Better By Christine Riccio”

Review: Serious Moonlight By Jenn Bennett

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 aContinue reading “Review: Serious Moonlight By Jenn Bennett”

Review: Stalking Jack the Ripper By Kerri Maniscalco

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 supervisionContinue reading “Review: Stalking Jack the Ripper By Kerri Maniscalco”

Review: Fame, Fate and the First Kiss By Kasie West

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.Continue reading “Review: Fame, Fate and the First Kiss By Kasie West”

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