Sarina Dahlan’s Reset is a book about who memory, about love, and about the things that make us, well …us, for better or worse.
A Taste of Gold and Iron by Alexandra Rowland is a sweeping fantasy epic, full of soaring romance, political intrigue, and criminal conspiracies.
R.L. Stine’s latest, Stinetinglers, is the perfect read to kick off spooky season. The best part? The insight into Stine’s creative mind.
The Perfect Crimes of Marian Hayes by Cat Sebastian is a delightful romp through Georgian England, full of compelling characters and swoon-worthy romance.
Regency Romance fans, rejoice! Amalie Howard’s latest, Always Be My Duchess, gives readers lots of historical and romance goodness.
Victoria Aveyard, author of BookTok’s favorite Red Queen, has done it again with her latest book Blade Breaker.
#EverySummerAfter is a must read book & one we’ll definitely be reading again. @carleyfortune hit us in the feels. We couldn’t stop turning the pages.
Have you ever read a book, finished it, and then after closing it you felt so affected by it, you began to cry? That’s what happened when we read The Falling by Anna Todd. It’s been a while since we…
Blood and Moonlight by Erin Beaty features fascinating mythology & complex characters, but the pacing & mystery leave something to be desired.
By the Book is Jasmine Guillory’s newest page turner. This review explains why we couldn’t put it down and why we think you’ll love it!
Out There offers a breadth of representation and genres. But while some stories are definitely worth the read, others can be safely skipped.
The People’s Princess is among the latest Royal stories, blending fiction and historical events. Read on for a full review!
A Rip Through Time by Kelley Armstrong features a fascinating premise, but the execution falls a little flat.
We talked to Samira Ahmed about her book Hollow Fires, following your curiosity and writing for young adults.
The Ghosts of Rose Hill is a moving tale about love & loss, grief & hope, that will stay with readers long after they turn the final page.
Rachel Barenbaum’s latest book, ‘Atomic Anna’, is a poignant re-visiting of a real life tragedy that changed the world.
If a book is billed as spooky, suspenseful, and sapphic, I’m usually sold—and The Drowning Summer by Christine Lynn Herman largely lived up to my expectations.
Simu Liu’s memoir, ‘We Were Dreamers,’ is honest, hopeful, and more. But, above all, his book is about understanding.
We love the After series and getting to revisit it in graphic novel format only made us fall in love with Hessa’s story all over again.
#HowToLoveYourNeighbor by @sophieswrites had us rereading the book within 24 hours of finishing it, because we missed Noah & Grace that much.