Melissa de la Cruz’s Something in Between is such a relevant, real look at the issues immigrants face in modern American society.
In this poignant debut by Paula Garner, Otis and Meg, once the closest of friends, and a true and pure example of young love, must learn how to navigate the intimidating chasm of loss between them.
All Alejandra Mortiz wants is to never have to deal with magic. But since she comes from a family of brujas, that is a pretty difficult thing for her to accomplish.
I’m thrilled to take part in the release launch for Selene Castrovilla’s Signs of Life (Rough Romance #2)! Check out the the playlist she created for the characters in the book, and be sure to enter the giveaway below!
I am so excited to share the awesome cover for 100 HOURS, the first book in a new trilogy by New York Times best-selling author Rachel Vincent, which releases on March 28, 2017 from Katherine Tegen Books, along with a note from the author about her upcoming novel and an amazing giveaway.
Scroll down to take check out the gorgeous cover, read what Rachel Vincent has to say about 100 HOURS, and enter for a chance to win. And be sure to share your thoughts about the cover in the comments!
The Fifth Avenue Artists Society by Joy Callaway was a lovely book. In it, Callaway manipulates the history of Virginia Lynch (whom she remakes into Virginia—Ginny—Loftin), and weaves a story as heartfelt as the novel Ginny writes, The Web.
Max Porter’s slim volume is anything but small. Its tightly-controlled narrative about grief and how it affects everyone and everything—the self, relationships, the subconscious, the air around us—is as true as the experience of grief itself.
Today, I’m excited to celebrate the release of The Star-Touched Queen by Roshani Chokshi. I read and loved the book, and you can see my review here (I posted it last week because I was so excited about this book!)
Below, you’ll find the official blog tour information from the publisher. Hurrah for the publication of an amazing book!