At this point, we could all use a little escape. If a romantic regency escape is jam, then Megan Walker’s Lakeshire Park may just be your cup of tea.
Browsing: YA review
How many people know our completely true self? What secrets are we hiding? Those are the questions posed in Spencer Hyde’s What the Other Three Don’t Know.
Susann Cokal’s Mermaid Moon goes beyond your typical mermaid tale. It’s a layered novel that blends fairy tale, medieval times and modern themes seamlessly.
J. Anderson Coats latest novel, Spindle and Dagger, follows a Welsh girl who twists the truth in order to survive among a medieval warband.
Sara Holland’s Havenfall has left me feeling a bit wishy-washy.The premise is sound. But I finished the book feeling more meh than anything.
Occasionally you come across a book with characters that you don’t like but find compelling. Enter The Shadows Between Us, by Tricia Levenseller.
Adalyn Grace’s YA novel All the Stars and Teeth is one of the darkest, grisliest books I’ve read in a while. It’s an acquired taste.
A woman vows to keep a promise to herself — even if it means an unconventional marriage — in Leah Garriott’s Proper Romance novel, Promised.
Jane Austen’s Persuasion becomes the ultimate space dating game in Alexa Donne’s new young adult novel, The Stars We Steal.