Tweet Cute ~ Emma Lord

Rating: 4/5 Tweet Cute is a solid young adult romance novel. There aren't many unexpected twists, it's the kind of book where you see the uncomfortable scenes coming from a mile away and are cringing the entire way up to them, knowing the inevitable before the characters can realize it. This romance has wonderful elements … Continue reading Tweet Cute ~ Emma Lord

I Believe in a Thing Called Love ~ Maureen Goo

Rating: 4/5 Desi has always rejected the K-dramas her dad watches as just silly romance. She's always put more stock in things she can control, lists, good grades, extracurriculars to help her get into a good college. But when she meets a transfer student, a young artist, she wants to try out having a boyfriend, … Continue reading I Believe in a Thing Called Love ~ Maureen Goo

Six Goodbyes We Never Said ~ Candace Ganger

Rating: 4/5 Naima is a young woman coping with the tragic loss of her father, a fallen Marine. Interspersed throughout the book we get glimpses of their relationship through visual voicemails left from her dad, who obviously cared about her a lot. She was angry with him before he died, for leaving her again, and … Continue reading Six Goodbyes We Never Said ~ Candace Ganger

Lumberjanes Vol. 4 Out of Time ~ Noelle Stevenson

Rating: 4/5 Volume 4 begins with a blizzard, during which Jen is separated from the rest of the girls. Jen finally gets some play time in this installment, and her character arc is so good! She's really been questioning her role as a camp counselor, and to finally have some questions answered for her is … Continue reading Lumberjanes Vol. 4 Out of Time ~ Noelle Stevenson

Blue Lily, Lily Blue ~ Maggie Stiefvater

Rating: 3/5 This installment in the series takes readers back to some of the more paranormal feeling aspects of the series, a return to the paranormal after Ronan's big fantasy storyline from the previous book. Maura is still disappeared, and the four of them are struggling to find normalcy in their lives while realizing that … Continue reading Blue Lily, Lily Blue ~ Maggie Stiefvater