Tag Archives: contemporary

Goddess Test trilogy by Aimee Carter

There is no one Kate Winters loves more than her cancer-stricken mother, so when her mother’s final request is to live out her short remaining time in her home town, Eden, Kate packs up their car and off they go. … Continue reading

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[review] Touching Darkness by Scott Westerfeld

Warning: Possible spoilers for The Secret Hour. The Midnighters’ danger is only beginning. While the two couples worry about their new romances, Dess struggles with a problem that could unravel the secret  of their past. The increase in action is … Continue reading

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[review] A Touch of Scarlet by Eve Marie Mont

Warning: Possible spoilers for A Breath of Eyre. From Goodreads: Emma Townsend is back at prestigious Lockwood Prep, but her world has altered immeasurably since her tumultuous sophomore year. The best change of all: her boyfriend, Gray. And though Gray is … Continue reading

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[review] The Harem by Safia Fazlul

Disclaimer: Provided with finished copy from Tsar Publications for an honest review. Goodreads summary: Farina has only one dream: to be free and move away from Peckville, a Muslim ghetto in a large city. She is eager to escape the clutches … Continue reading

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[review] Perfect Scoundrels by Ally Carter

When Hale inherits his grandmother’s billion dollar company, Katarina is tipped off that everything is not what it seems. She’ll have to put everything on the line to discover the truth: including her relationship with Hale. I am a huge … Continue reading

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[review] My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick

On the outside, Samantha Reed has everything: the perfect home, the perfect family, the perfect life, but Sam spends her time watching the family next door, wishing she could be with them. The Garretts are many and messy, but to … Continue reading

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[review] The Madness Underneath by Maureen Johnson

Warning: Possible spoilers for The Name of the Star. Thanks to the Ontario Blog Squad for the ARC! After being nearly murdered by a ghost, most people would want to take things easy, but not Rory. Rory is tired of therapy … Continue reading

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