I’ve read a number of really good YA novels in the past month or so, but none did I enjoy more than Jennifer Donnelly’s Stepsister.
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A.K. Small trained in Paris and later danced with companies in the US. Bright Burning Stars was inspired by dancers from her childhood.
Sometimes you don’t need to reread a book before delving into its sequel. The Everlasting Rose, by Dhonielle Clayton firmly falls into the should category.
When I read Shelley Sackier’s YA novel, The Antidote, I did not want to put it down — I think I read the novel in two sittings.
Though Daises and Devotion is the second book in Josi S. Kilpack’s Mayfield Family Regency series, the romance also stands alone.
Shadow Mountain’s latest proper romance, A Song for the Stars, by Ilima Todd, transports readers to 1779 Hawaiian Islands.
I’m still trying to decide how I feel about Susan Kaplan Carlton’s new YA novel, In the Neighborhood of True, which sticks with you.
Last of Her Name has quickly became one of my favorite books of 2019. From the beginning, I found myself swept into Jessica Khoury’s world.
Jennifer A. Nielsen’s impressive heroine Kestra Dallistor returned to readers’ consciousness this February in The Deceiver’s Heart.