Racing Savannah by Miranda Kenneally | Book Review

Miranda Kenneally’s Racing Savannah is off to the horse races — literally. This entry into the Hundred Oaks series is about Savannah, a girl whose family is involved in the world of horse racing – but on the domestic side of things. On the whole, I really enjoyed this book and am glad I picked it to […]

Third Lie’s The Charm by Lisa and Laura Roecker

Note, there will be spoilers of the previous books. Sometimes books just really click with you. It’s like you pick up a series not knowing what to expect except for crazy hair colors and that the authors are really cool humans. Then there are those other times where you fall for a series and read […]

Catching Jordan | Miranda Kenneally | Book Review

Its about damn time. I mean, it is about damn time that I finally read Catching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally. A few of my friends are really into her books, most notably Shanyn. So, when Allison at The Allure Of Booksmailed me a package that included Catching Jordan, I freaked out, then true to form, […]

The Lies That Bind by Lisa and Laura Roecker

Typically I would start this review off by saying OMG OMG look away, spoilers for book one, but as I have like the worst memory ever lately I will just straight up say NO WORRIES because I don’t remember all of the spoilers and secrets for The Liar Society. However, if you are terrified of being […]

Mira’s Diary: Lost In Paris Marissa Moss Book Review

I think time travel books are really starting to grow on me, in that I actively seek them out. Mira’s Diary: Lost In Paris by Marissa Moss first caught my attention at BEA 2012 when I went to the Young Adult And Middle Grade Author Buzz panel. I thought the concept seemed cool because I like reading […]

While He Was Away Karen Schrek Book Review

It seems like the new trend in contemporary YA is to focus on the military, which to be honest, I find really cool. With Iraq and Afghanistan, lots of young adults are signing up for the military today and I think this crop of books really will speak to the experience of those people and […]