Sky in the Deep did not disappoint but at the same time, it did not live up to my expectations, hence, the four stars instead of five.
If you ever need a simple, fluffy and heartwarming story about family, friendship and summer, The Way You Make Me Feel needs go to on the top of your list.
The title is self-explanatory so what are you waiting for? Binge the series now!
I have never been so glued to or invested in a young adult contemporary before, much less a young adult contemporary mystery thriller romance.
I just want to say that it’s been an incredibly long love-hate relationship between me and this series. Briefly, there is a lot of cultural appropriation and misappropriation that I’ve grown uncomfortable with over the course of the three books and which I have very vocally and viciously called out.
Being part of a blog tour is pretty stressful, to be honest. Because I always feel there’s so much riding on me for that day and I start to overthink things. But anyway, I’m super excited to bring you this super short excerpt of The Trouble with True Love.
Prior to The Trouble with True Love, I had never read a Laura Lee Guhrke book before but when I saw this particular book on one of the “romances to look out for” lists, I couldn’t resist the chance to share it with you guys.
Take Barbie movies, throw in some Naughtiest Girl in School, a little bit of Gossip Girl, some Harry Potter, a sprinkle of Disney’s Descendants, some good old-fashioned Disney princesses and that’s what you get with Undercover Princess.
The fact that Nina loves Harry Potter should have been a giant warning sign, blaring in my face. While we bookworms might love good old Harry, it doesn’t consume our lives and we have more than one bookish interest, more often than not we have too many to count, but not just the singular one.
Right from the first page, it was love at first sight for both Benjamin and Emma. The entire plot revolves around the two falling madly in love enough to break the curse of the carnival. Every decision, every turn of the plot, was because of and for their love which made it super cringey to read.
I’ve always been more of a fantasy/sci-fi kind of girl and the contemporaries I read are of the extremely cheesy and romance-driven kind. So, The Upside of Falling Down is a new-ish sort of venture for me and it’s safe to say, I’ll probably not read more of this type of YA book.
The Girl Who Saved Ghosts is truly and extremely underrated. I wish desperately that I had physical copies and I wish I had enough sway with my local bookstores so I can actually see this series fly off the shelves!