Tag Archives: ARR

Review: ‘Guardians: The Girl’ (Guardians #1) by Lola St. Vil

Emerson Baxter does not have the most auspicious of beginnings. The product of a rape, she is being raised by her single mother and doesn’t know (or want to know) her father. She lives in New York City and attends the Livingston Academy on a partial... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Sam Cruz’s Infallible Guide to Getting Girls’ by Tellulah Darling

Sam has a system. He has a set of rules so he doesn’t have to do the relationship part of relationships with girls. For him, it works really well. When his best friend since babyhood, Ally, gets dumped by her self-absorbed, protest-attending vegan... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Crimson in the Very Wrong Fairy Tale’ by Liz Jasper

Crimson is about to turn sixteen, so she really tries to keep her comments in check around her mom until the big day. She is dying to get her driver’s license so she and her friends, Todd and Hayley, can stop riding on the bus. Her mom is already... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Finding Summerland’ by Paige Bleu

I feel as though I am waking up from a dream. One that, as I get more and more awake, I can remember less and less of. That’s what this book was like for me. I still am not completely sure what the conflict in the story was – why the characters... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Leandra’s Enchanted Flute’ by Katy Huth Jones #RSReadathon

Lee Ann is a teen who lives with her grandmother in Texas. She’s a flute player in her band at school along with her best friend, Bethany. But Lee Ann isn’t your typical teen: she is in remission from cancer. Resting at home one day in her room,... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Hotblood’ by Juliann Whicker

Have you had one of those dreams where the things close to you are clearer than anything around the edges? But even though they seem clear, the harder you try to look at them, the more you can’t see them? Everything seems on the periphery, just out... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Stealing Breath’ by Joanne Brothwell

On a camping trip near her home in North Dakota, Sarah Ross is lured into the woods early one morning by a child’s cry for help. Since her friend Amber’s eight-year-old cousin went missing from the Wakina Reservation, how can she not respond? As... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Betrayed’ by Ednah Walters

A continuation of the Guardian Legacy series, Betrayed picks up where Awakened left off. ***THIS REVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS IF YOU HAVEN’T READ THE FIRST BOOK.*** Lil now knows the identity of her father – and it does NOT make her happy.... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Awakened’ by Ednah Walter

Lil is about to find out that her grandfather has been keeping a few things from her. Important things. Change-your-life kinds of things. It-would-have-been-nice-to-know-this-sooner kinds of things. Brought up by only her nomadic grandfather, Lil... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Pretty Unlikely’ by Emily Hodson

***CAUTION: There is bad language in the review.*** It is a rare thing for me to not be able to finish reading a book, especially when it is an author requested review. I take ARRs very seriously. Unfortunately, Pretty Unlikely now has the distinction... Read More | Share it now!