A little more “substance” than a lot of YA romantic contemporary, but you’ve still got that teen angst and emotion to get you through
I could FEEL so much of her personality and heart in this book, and it was the perfect low-stakes teen contemporary I needed this week.
This book made me feel like a gooey brownie on the inside
Go see this movie. Read the book. Recommend it. Make it your book club pick. You won’t regret it.
A classic retold as if it was basically Gossip Girl? How did I not know about this book earlier?
I love rom-coms so I devoured the big three Perkins books
I love books I randomly stumble upon that I end up really enjoying. I’d heard of Christina June when I went to an author event she helped co-host at One Page More in Arlington, Virginia, and then I won a giveaway on her Twitter! So, as part of ARC April, I read No Place Like…
YA sweetheart Sandhya Menon is back with a companion novel to When Dimple Met Rishi about first love, acceptance, and complicated Desi parents.
Hot Dog Girl is a cute take on the friends-to-lovers trope
Kasie West is back with a new YA contemporary novel full of podcasting, relationship advice, cute boys, and days on the lake
Sandhya Menon is back with her sophomore novel, all about a young Indian-American filmmaker who finds unexpected love while remaking Dracula for a school festival.
Boy meets boy, what could go wrong? Well, quite a lot if the setting is Provo, Utah, one of those boys is a Mormon, and the other one is writing a novel about their relationship