Please Don’t Tell by Laura Tims | Book Review

Please Don’t Tell by Laura Tims made my June TBR even though it is ancient in terms of YA publishing because I wanted to make a little pile of thrillers to give to a friend of someone on my periphery. And apparently I never go through the ancient ARCs on my shelves to unhaul or […]

17 First Kisses by Rachael Allen | Book Review

17 First Kisses by Rachael Allen is a book that I was really sleeping on. I actually regret that because this book was so good — even the parts that were genuinely difficult to read. This another book that I had picked up while I was on my streak of throwback contemporary young adult books. […]

The Lies About Truth by Courtney C. Stevens | Book Review

The Lies About Truth by Courtney C. Stevens is another book that has sat on my shelves for far too long — at least five years. However, given that this is my year of reading from the shelf and clearing more space, it seemed a good time to pick this book up. This is the […]

Heat Of The Moment by Lauren Barnholdt | Book Review

Lauren Barnholdt’s Heat Of The Moment is the first of Barnholdt’s Moment Of Truth trilogy. It is also the first Barnholdt book I’ve ever read. I feel like throughout my years of blogging I’ve come across Barnholdt’s books, being a fan of contemporary YA. However, I’ve just never picked one up — I’ve wanted to. It just […]

Liberty: The Spy Who (Kind of) Liked Me by Andrea Portes | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Liberty: The Spy Who (Kind of) Liked Me by Andrea Portes? Honestly, I decided to listen to Liberty: The Spy Who (Kind Of) Liked Me by Andrea Portes because I saw that the audiobook was relatively short. This book has been physically sitting on my bookshelf for quite a while and […]

What Goes Up by Christine Heppermann | Book Review

Verse books are my kryptonite. Seriously, I just got into them randomly and now cannot resist picking them. What Goes Up by Christine Heppermann is a book I started reading on a whim on my Kindle. You see, this is going to sound so shallow, but I was looking for the shortest book to read as […]