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Looking for escapist romance that reads like a movie? Then look no further. Chasing After Knight is a quick read that clips right along. Initially, the book starts out alternating between the presen…
This book was a real page-turner.  While many list this book as a graphic novel, I would call it more of an extended graphic novel.  For folks who aren’t fans of the traditional plate and wi…
This sea-faring novel is a different take on the role of female pirates.  Instead of being an action-packed adventure laden storyline, this storyline is based far more in relationship analysis.&n…
What begins as a story about a freshman girl looking for validation through a boyfriend, ends up being a multi-layered coming-of-age story looking at what it means to be your authentic self, figuring …
I have been very fortunate in my YA book choices lately and I Am the Ghost in Your House is yet another delightful new release that I will be reading again in the future. (I love to revisit favorites …
Chloe is just an average kid, well, maybe not completely average.  She lives in a single parent household and her mom works all the time.  Chose feels abandoned and forgotten.  But when…
The story found in the first chapter of A Midnight Dance by Joanna Davidson Politano was intriguing.  The historical piece takes place in England in the 1830s.  The story centers around an a…
The first two books in the Lunch Lady series, Lunch Lady and the Cyborg Substitute and Lunch Lady and the League of Librarians have been combined in this new release and if you haven’t already fallen …
Jennifer Deibel tackles the difficult political situation between Ireland and England in The Lady of Galway Manor. The story is set in the 1920s in Ireland and is a historical novel with fictional cha…
As a young girl I loved to watch the movies The Secret Garden and A Little Princess so I was very happy to begin reading this book and get Frances Hodgson Burnett vibes almost right away.&nb…
Skyhunter is a story about struggling with grief, trauma, and hopeless situations, but finding light even in dark circumstances – a story that feels relevant in our day and age. Marie Lu successfully …
Hotel Magnifique is a beautiful, imaginative book starting with the cover that showcases a skeleton key necklace and other illustrations that are relevant to the story within. The cover caught my eye …