{Review} Resisting the Rebel by Lisa Brown Roberts

Fluffy and swoony, Resisting the Rebel features a flailworthy guy and a sweet girl that you’ll be rooting for.

{Review} Heir of Fire by Sarah J. Maas

With non-stop action that had us on the edge of our seats with the turn of every page, Heir of Fire by Sarah J. Maas definitely earns its name.

{Review} Mia and the Bad Boy by Lisa Burstein

Mia and the Bad Boy by Lisa Burstein was a fast, cute read with characters we loved and a great story.

{Review} Stolen by Lucy Christopher

Stolen by Lucy Christopher was able to perfectly balance the bitter and the sweet and left us wanting more.

{Review} Some Kind of Normal by Juliana Stone (with Excerpt and Giveaway)

A quick read with something every contemporary YA lover will flail over, Some Kind of Normal has likable, swoon-worthy characters, a perfect setting, and a realistic storyline that should not be missed.

{Review} Trouble From the Start by Rachel Hawthorne (with Interview and Giveaway)

With great pacing, relatable characters, and an adorable storyline, Trouble From the Start is perfect for readers who want a sweet contemporary that has substance without being overly dramatic.

{Review} The Queen of Bright and Shiny Things by Ann Aguirre

The Queen of Bright and Shiny Things is truly a story of broken hearts coming together to heal into something stronger than either of them ever imagined. It’s a story about a swoony boy, a sweet girl, and second chances. And it’s one of our favorites.

{Review} Best Kind of Broken by Chelsea Fine (with Giveaway)

If you’re looking for a good story with substance, an original storyline, and likeable characters that you’ll find yourself rooting for, we think you’ll really like Best Kind of Broken.