A woman vows to keep a promise to herself — even if it means an unconventional marriage — in Leah Garriott’s Proper Romance novel, Promised.
Browsing: YA review
Jane Austen’s Persuasion becomes the ultimate space dating game in Alexa Donne’s new young adult novel, The Stars We Steal.
HEARTS, STRINGS, AND OTHER BREAKABLE THINGS, by Jacqueline Firkins, HMH Books for Young Readers, Dec. 17, 2019, Hardcover, $17.99 (young Adult)…
If you’re looking for a fast-paced mystery with juicy and entertaining details, then Jennifer Lynn Barnes’ Deadly Little Scandals is a must read.
In a time where our country feels more divided than ever, books like All-American Muslim Girl, by Nadine Jolie Courtney, are more important than ever.
Don’t let the first line of Gloria Chao’s Our Wayward Fate put you off. It certainly raised my eyebrows, but it totally makes sense as you read on.
Ruta Sepetys’ latest young adult novel, The Fountains of Silence, sweeps readers into an oft-forgotten time in Spain’s history.
Cinderella must be the most reimagined fairytale in history. Julie Wright’s Glass Slippers, Ever After, and Me is a fresh take on the classic.