Check out our review of Karen Bischer’s young adult contemporary romance ‘The Secret Recipe For Moving On’ – and enter the giveaway while you’re here. Courtesy of Xpresso book Tours!
Minus Me by Mameve Medwed was a beautifully written story that navigated loss, fixing relationships, and even locally famous Paul Bunyan sandwiches (which ps, how can get I get one of those?!) Rating: 4/5
Check out the contemporary romance novel ‘Kon’ by Lisa Cardiff and learn more about the Trassato Crime Family, courtesy of Xpresso Book Tours!
Liv Hadden’s “In The Mind of Revenge” is easily the most dark and twisted story I’ve ever had the pleasure of reading. Rating: 4/5
Alison Cherry’s ‘For Real’ will take you around the world with two sisters… maybe. Rating: 3/5
Never Said by Carol Lynch Williams was a beautiful story of sisters finding their way back to each other, told in alternating prose and poetry. Rating: 3.5/5
A.N. Willis’ new series The Corridor is a fascinating look at a world with multiple universes and the one girl that needs to hold it all together. Rating: 3.5/5
Shary Hauer’s memoir, Insatiable, is about a love-addict that really needs to love herself. Rating: 3/5
Disappear Home by Laura Hurwitz is a beautiful take at the hard life of two young girls in the early 70s. Rating: 5/5
Stefanie Lyons’ young adult novel Dating Down is a story about love gone wrong, told through poems. Rating: 2.5/5