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Review: ‘Another Little Piece of My Heart’ by Tracey Martin

Claire used to date the now famous pop star Jared Steele a couple of years ago. But that was when her family still had money, her mother was still alive, Claire was still in high school and Jared was a nobody. Now her mother is gone, her father has... Read More | Share it now!

It’s bittersweet to ‘Remember When’ by T. Torrest #Review #COYER #BPRAT

Nothing new ever happens in the small town of Norman, New Jersey. Layla Warren has grown up with her classmates, and they know each other’s histories as if they were their own. But everything changes when Trip Wilmington moves to town. Gorgeous,... Read More | Share it now!

More like creepy ~ ‘Arousing Love’ by M. H. Strom #Review #COYER #BPRAT

Was this story a joke or serious? It is really hard to tell if someone is just having a laugh or really and truly earnestly believes this is what teens, specifically Christian teens, need to hear in order to stay on the straight and narrow. This is... Read More | Share it now!

When Was the Last Time Things Were Perfect? ‘That Summer’ by Sarah Dessen #Review #COYER

This is my third Sarah Dessen book. I’m not claiming to be a huge fan, but her books always seem thoughtful with themes that appear to border on the introspective. She’s not trying to impress you, get you to fall in love or help... Read More | Share it now!

Book Review: ‘Rules of Summer’ by Joanna Philbin

The Low Down: Rory needs to get away for the summer. Her mother sucks the life out of her, and she needs to get away as far as possible from her mom’s revolving door of boyfriends and break-ups. Rory jumps at the chance of working in the Hamptons... Read More | Share it now!

Book Review: ‘The Summer I Turned Pretty’ by Jenny Han

Rating: 3 Belly lives for summer. Every year, she spends three months with her mom, brother, her mom’s best friend and her two boys. They have done so since before Belly was born. It’s not without its down side: being marginalized just because you... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Serial Summer’ by Angel Lawson

Rating: 4 The Low Down: Paige Barnes has pushed the self-destruct button. She crossed an ethical line when jumping into a relationship with one of the teaching assistants at Vanderbilt where she’s a junior. When Paige is subsequently confronted in... Read More | Share it now!