Meg Leder's sophomore novel is full of heart, swoon, and a worthy MLD.
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Rosemary lives in Little Rock, AR with her cute husband and even cuter dog. At 16, she plucked a copy of Sloppy Firsts off the “New Releases” shelf and hasn’t stopped reading YA since. (She’s still got a soft spot for the swoony, contemporary stuff.) A former magazine editor, she is now a freelance writer, graphic designer, art director and photo stylist. The rest of her time is spent drinking cocktails, renovating her house and laughing at her husband’s ridiculous Pretty Little Liars theories.Book Report Book Report
Safi's refreshing and honest portrayal of an imperfect girl trying to navigate life within her Muslim family and all-America school is just the diverse, #OwnVoices book you needed in your life.
Afraid she'll die during oral surgery, Jolie sets out to check a few things off her bucket list in Kerry Winfrey's new book, Things Jolie Needs To Do Before She Bites It.
Jenna Evans Welch's Love and Gelato has EVERYTHING: major swoon, summers in Italy, possibly haunted castles, and duh, food.
We've rounded up our favorite Swoontastic stand-alone books for your summer reading enjoyment.
One rare bird, two witchy sisters, and a magical island full of quirky birdwatchers will capture your heart in Katrina Leno's newest novel.
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Sick of the Honors kids always winning student elections, Brynn decides to make a go at politics in Adrienne Kisner's debut Dear Rachel Maddow.
Morgan Matson's wedding weekend comedy of errors is everything you love about and expect from a new Matson book, but with more Waffles.
Jamie McGuire delivers a summer romance with a dark, Hitchcockian twist in All The Little Lights.