Where do I even begin with Confess?! As with any Colleen Hoover book, I could tell I would be hooked by the time I'd read through the first few chapters.
The Problem With Forever by Jennifer L. Armentrout is one of those warm, really enjoyable love stories that I'm a fan of within the young adult genre.
When We Collided by Emery Lord is such a gem of a novel that I'm not even sure where to begin. It addresses the awkwardness of first love, the stigma surrounding mental health, and the amazing thing that is the human connection.
Danielle Steel has written too many novels to count, so it's absolutely no surprise that she knows exactly what to do when it comes to tugging on the heartstrings. Blue is no different.
Head up, The Sun Is Also A Star by Nicola Yoon may just end up breaking your heart into tiny pieces -- but it will also help you gather those pieces up and remember what life's really all about.
Book Review: The Most Dangerous Place On Earth by Lindsey Lee Johnson is an uncomfortably realistic novel about a group of teenagers living in Mill Valley, California.
The Impossible Fortress by Jason Rekulak immediately drew my interest because of its amusing and somewhat odd synopsis, and the novel itself ended up being an enjoyable journey.