Isla and the Happily Ever After

{Countdown to #ReadISLA} All the Lola Things!

It’s less than a month away! Everyone will finally be able to read Isla and the Happily Ever After by Stephanie Perkins on August 14!!! Last week, we flailed over Anna and Étienne from Anna and the French Kiss, and this week we’ll be dishing about Lola and the Boy Next Door. We’ll be reviewing […]

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Boys We Want to Make History With

Check out our latest episode with our favorite twinnies, Jaime and Erin from Fiction Fare, where we dish all the historical boys this month!

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Young Adult Book Release Dates July 2014

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Not Exactly a Love Story Audrey Couloumbis

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{Review} Not Exactly a Love Story by Audrey Couloumbis

Not Exactly a Love Story isn’t your typical run-of-the-mill profound coming of age story, but it was meaningful and a fun, quick read.

Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins

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{Review} Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins

Hilarious, passionate, and real. Anna and the French Kiss set the swoon standard for all other YA romance and is absolutely required reading. Perfect book is perfect. C’est magnifique!


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{Tour} Vortex by S.J. Kincaid {Review, Giveaway, + Author Interview}

Welcome to Swoony Boys Podcast! This is our stop on the Vortex Tour hosted by Book Nerd Tours. We are ridiculously happy to be a part of this one and can’t wait to share our thoughts on Vortex and its characters. While you’re here, don’t forget to enter the awesome giveaway at the bottom of […]

the winner's curse

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{Review} The Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutkoski

Twisty, powerful, and swoony. The Winner’s Curse is a cannot be missed novel written by a brilliant mind. At it’s core this is a story about love and power- what someone can and will do because of it, and when they no longer have it.


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{Review} Subway Love by Nora Raleigh Baskin

Not your typical time-travel thriller, Subway Love features characters who face deep emotional issues and left us wanting more to their story.

#Scandal by Sarah Ockler

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{Review} #scandal by Sarah Ockler

Even with the sweet shoulder kisses, a boy we liked, and realistic emotions, #scandal was a tad on the too-dramatic side. We would prefer more from the characters and a better-developed plot instead of the canned preachy-ness, but we guess you can’t have everything.

Better Off Friends Eulberg

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{Review} Better off Friends by Elizabeth Eulberg

A fast-paced super sweet coming-of-age tale of first loves and true friendship that poses an answer to the age-old question: can girls and guys really be just friends?

Free to Fall Lauren Miller

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{Tour} Free to Fall by Lauren Miller {Review, Giveaway, + Author This or That}

Free to Fall is full of secrets, swoon, and conspiracies. It is perfection on every page.