Bad Romance by Heather Demetrios | Book Review

Bad Romance by Heather Demetrios kind of solidifies my opinion of Demetrios’ books. THEY ARE SO GOOD. I have zero regrets about reading I’ll Meet You There after Andi talked it up on Twitter. I knew after really falling for that book that I wanted to prioritize whatever Demetrios has out next that comes my way. […]

My New Crush Gave to Me by Shani Petroff | Book Review

My New Crush Gave To Me by Shani Petroff is basically what I wanted out of a holiday YA romance book. Unfortunately it has kind of ruined other books for me. I mean, now that I am getting into reading other holiday books after this one, I find myself irritated. They aren’t as snappy or […]

Vanguard by Ann Aguirre | Book Review

Vanguard by Ann Aguirre reminds me just how little I read companion books despite actually really liking them. I’ll admit, sometimes it feels like authors milk a series for way more than it’s worth. However, Vanguard was such an interesting return to the world of Razorland. It’s a book that feels fresh and new. Frankly, I […]

The Wood by Chelsea Bobulski | Book Review

The Wood by Chelsea Bobulski definitely feels like it needs a sequel. I rarely, if ever, say that. BUT FOR REAL YOU GUYS. The way this book ends has me still asking some questions. Like, I am satisfied and not feeling as though I wasted my time. However, I want more. So, you should know that […]

Wesley James Ruined My Life by Jennifer Honeybourn | Book Review

Wesley James Ruined My Life by Jennifer Honeybourn did not substantially impact my life. I mean, with a book title like that you might think it’ll have some kind of impact. It did not. Actually, going in, based on the summary I had some expectations for this book. I was hoping it was going to […]

Teen Frankenstein by Chandler Baker | Book Review

Teen Frankenstein by Chandler Baker is a book that I picked up because I very much enjoy retellings of classic books. I just think it is so much fun to see authors take a super old story and put a modern twist on it. Plus, I had read Kenneth Oppel’s retellings of Frankenstein and wanted to see […]