{Review} The Geography of You and Me by Jennifer E. Smith

If you’re looking for an adorable contemporary YA book with great characters, some swoonworthy moments and realistic, punch-you-in-the-gut feelings, The Geography of You and Me is the book for you.


{Review} Erased by Jennifer Rush

Jennifer Rush brings jaw-dropping action to a new level in this followup thriller that will leave you on the edge of your seat right until the very end.


{Review} Altered by Jennifer Rush

Jennifer Rush tells a good story. Altered was non-stop, heart-palpitating, cannotbelievethatjusthappened action, and we think you will love it.


{Review} Rags & Bones: New Twists on Timeless Tales (with Giveaway)

Twelve tales, ranging from fantasy to sci-fi to just plain out there, Rags & Bones has something that will appeal to every reader.


{Review} Boy Nobody by Allen Zadoff

The 411: Boy Nobody is a mind-blowing-keep-you-on-the-edge-of-your-seat-right-up-until-the-very-end thriller. The story starts off with Boy Nobody on his current assignment: to assassinate his “friend’s” father. He carries out his mission and gets his next assignment: the Mayor of New York City. He enters a new school as Ben and quickly befriends the mayor’s beautiful daughter, Samara […]


{Review} This is What Happy Looks Like

The 411: When he realizes that he spends more time thinking about email pen-pal Ellie O’Neill than even he cares to admit, movie star Graham Larkin decides to film a movie in her small town. The only trouble is that she doesn’t know she’s been corresponding with a superstar, and he’s afraid she won’t be […]