Virginia Boecker's newest release is a Shakespearian romp that features the Bard himself, plus spies, murder plots, forbidden romance, and assassins in disguise.
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A twist of fate brings two former best friends back into each others' lives in Tamara Ireland Stone's Little Do We Know.
Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund-Broka's sweet, charming contemporary takes a closer look at one of theatre's most jilted lovers, Rosaline, in Always Never Yours.
And Eleanor feels anything but fine.
Heather Demetrios' latest novel is a devastatingly real portrayal of an abusive relationship.
A girl ignores her own romantic problems by trying to find a boyfriend for her best friend in Meg & Linus.
To meet the titular character in Alex Gino's George is to adore her.
In Gracefully Grayson, Ami Polonsky shows us that sometimes boys can be fancy...and sometimes, they can be girls.
All European vacations should have good food, beautiful sights, and hot musicians, like the one in April Lindner's Love, Lucy does.
Nerve by Jeanne Ryan asks just what would you do for a Klondike Bar?
Jenny reviews Joelle Anthony's The Right & The Real, a book about a girl, her dad, and a cult.
A book review of Freshman Year & Other Unnatural Disasters by Meredith Zeitlin
Jenny finds Maureen Johnson's Suite Scarlett appealing to her inner theatre (and film) nerd.