Melissa De La Cruz’s latest historical-fiction novel, Alex and Eliza, retells the events of Elizabeth Schuyler and Alexander Hamilton’s courtship.
Browsing: YA review
The Vicar’s Daughter is in keeping with Josi S. Kilpack’s other Proper Romance novels. It’s clean, easily accessible and entertaining.
Rosalyn Eves debut novel, Blood Rose Rebellion, is a magical tale set in an alternative Victorian reality, and it’s just as good as it sounds.
A List of Cages is not a “light” book. It deals with some pretty serious issues. But in Robin Roe’s gentle hands, those issues are handled with tact and care.
I didn’t particularly like or care about the characters in Kim Savage’s Beautiful Broken Girls, but for some reason, I couldn’t put it down, either.
What first appealed to me about Marianne Kaurin’s Almost Autumn was, of course, the cover and the setting — WWII Oslo, Norway.
I picked up Daughter of the Pirate King shortly after reading three excellent, but hard books. I needed a light adventure and that’s exactly what I got.
If you found out you were going to die, what would you do? Len Vlhaos’ Life in a Fishbowl follows a father faced with just that decision.
E.K. Johnston’s “Spindle” is a companion novel to “A Thousand Nights,” which is the retelling of “Arabian Nights.” However, each book stands alone.