Did you read this weekend? We sure did! You know how this goes…
we’ll show you ours if you show us yours!
Tell us what you’re reading!!
Amy: I’m reading Crash by Nicole Williams.. Julliard hopeful, Lucy Larson falls for bad boy (and I do mean bad), Jude Ryder and love’s about to become the thing that tears them apart. I have to be honest.. I’m not crazy about Lucy. I just haven’t felt a connection with her character yet, BUT that hasn’t detoured me from the storyline. So far so good.. looking forward to seeing how it ends!
Ana: I read Ta Ta for Now and xoxoxo , the first two books in the Stories about Melissa series by Bethany Lopez. I’ve also started the third book, Ciao, which will be released very soon. These books are quick, fun reads that are written for a younger YA audience, but with which we can probably all relate. So many of the things that Missy writes about in her journal take me back to my high school years. The friendships (both the strong ones and those easily broken), the crushes on the cute guy in school, the unpredictable emotions, and the dramas with her family made me nod and smile quite a bit. Throughout these books, intermingled with the everyday, Missy faces some challenges as well and she turns out to be a very strong character! Look for my review of these books soon!
Celeste: I read Touched by Cyn Balong. I wasn’t sure what to expect going into this, but ended up absolutely loving it! This book is told from the POV of Nick Cross. He can see into the future, but if he changes his actions he also changes the future. It is physically and emotionally draining, and he just wishes he were normal. All he wants is to have the chance of friends and the dreams of even a girlfriend. It seems so out of reach until the day he is supposed to save a little girl’s life….and meets Taryn. This was such a great stand alone paranormal story with plenty of mystery, magic and romance. I highly rec!!
Christina: I started Confessions of an Angry Girl (Confessions #1) by Louise Rozett this weekend. Bitter about her father’s tragic death, Rose Zarelli begins her story with starting high school and all the trials that come with that time. I was a bit shocked at first to realize that the MC was only fourteen years old, but she’s already showing promising signs of being wise beyond her years, even while holding on to the awkwardness that comes with that age. I’ve heard nothing but good things about this book, and I’m kind of curious to see where this series goes. It might be fun to watch a girl grow up and remind me of a time long gone. She also has that sassy snark that I love my female characters to have, so we shall see.