Sandra Gulland’s The Game of Hope is inspired by the real-life autobiography of Napoleon’s stepdaughter Hortense de Beauharnais.
Browsing: YA review
If by reading the synopsis you think that Morgan Matson’s YA novel Save the Date sounds like a Netflix movie, you’d be correct.
The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein makes me want to read Mary Shelley’s book, and then return to Kiersten White’s again.
Julie Wright’s Lies, Love, and Breakfast at Tiffany’s is a Proper Romance Contemporary novel that follows a character from Julie’s Lies Jane Austen told me.
Little White Lies, by Jennifer Lynn Barnes, is being billed as the Southern mash up of Gilmore Girls and Pretty Little Liars, and that’s exactly right.
Scott Westerfeld’s Impostors is fast and action-packed. Twists and turns abound, and dramatic tension is laced throughout.
In Beast: A Tale of Love and Revenge, author Lisa Jensen moves squarely away from the more sanitized versions with a tale much darker and nuanced.
Lucy Adlington’s The Red Ribbon is an emotionally draining and uplifting look at life inside Auschwitz II-Birkenau during WWII.
Promises and Primroses is Shadow Mountain’s latest Proper Romance novel and the first in Josi S. Kilpack’s Mayfield Family Series.
What if Robin Hood was actually a woman? How would that change the dynamic of the classic tale? That’s what Betsy Cornwell explores in The Forest Queen.