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The State of Grace – Rachael Lucas

Sometimes I feel like everyone else was handed a copy of the rules for life and mine got lost. Grace has Asperger's and her own way of looking at the world. She's got a horse and a best friend who understand her, and that's pretty much all she needs. But when Grace kisses Gabe and things start to change at home, the world doesn't make much sense to her any more.

Room Empty – Sarah Mussi

Fletcher and Dani are fighting their own inner demons just to stay alive. Dani is ravaged by anorexia and hasn’t eaten for days. Fletcher is fighting to stay off the streets and to stay off drugs. Will their attraction to each other save or destroy them?

Windfall – Jennifer E. Smith

Yes. Yes. Yes. I am so happy I found this book on Netgalley and got the chance to read it. Alice doesn’t believe in luck—at least, not the good kind. But she does believe in love, and for some time... Continue Reading →

Halfway – Lokesh & Anubhav Sharma

A few hundred people wake up in an auditorium with no memory of their past, scared and confused, struggling to remember who they are and how they got here. A voice draws their attention to the person standing on the podium, impeccably dressed, an air of calm confidence about him that suggests he has the answers to all their questions. As he starts explaining the situation, they slowly begin to realize they are in a futuristic realm called Enigma, where dead humans are reborn and brought to trials for the crimes they committed in their human-lives…

Naondel – Maria Turtschaninoff

In the opulent palace of Ohaddin, women have one purpose - to obey. Some were brought here as girls, captured and enslaved; some as servants; some as wives. All of them must do what the Master tells them, for he wields a deadly and secret power. But the women have powers too. One is a healer. One can control dreams. One is a warrior. One can see everything that is coming. In their golden prison, the women wait. They plan. They write down their stories. They dream of a refuge, a safe place where girls can be free. And, finally, when the moon glows red, they will have their reveng

All Things New – Lauren Miller Review

Seventeen-year-old Jessa Gray has always felt broken inside, but she’s gotten good at hiding it. No one at school knows about the panic attacks, the therapy that doesn't help, the meds that haven't worked. But when an accident leaves her with a brain injury and terrible scars, Jessa’s efforts to convince the world that she’s okay finally crumble. Now, she's broken on the outside, too.

And Then We Ran -Katy Cannon Review

etting married at 17 sounds crazy to most of us but for Megan and Elliott it sounds like the only way out of their parents demands and history. Since her sister, Lizzie's, death a year ago, Megan has felt like her parents are making her live up to Lizzie's standards all the time. Lizzie was an Oxbridge ready student with top grades in her AS's and a trustworthy person. Now Megan's parents are pushing her to do the same when all she wants to do is move to London and start her own photography business.

Exchanged -D. Silva & V. Mozes Review

Aubriel, an Elf from a village where Elston is worshipped, has been given the task to bring Elston to a precious artifact. What she doesn't find out until she is there is that Elston has a secret agenda and was never ordered by the temple to collect the artifact. As Aubriel realises what is going on, she protects the artifact from Elston. As Elston beats her down a handsome Fey comes to the rescue. That night Aubriel finds herself in the dreams of the Fey, Lord Callanon Thray. As she falls asleep every night she finds herself looking forward to meeting Callanon every night and finding out more about him and his beautiful dreamscape. Still struggling to trust him as she has been betrayed by someone she trusted with all her heart, she finds herself stuck between admitting her attraction to Callanon and not speaking to him again.

Raven Song – I.A. Ashcroft

Raven Song is set in 2147. The world as we know it has been destroyed and all the big cities are now situated underneath domes to keep out radioactive chemicals. The world seems to have gotten a lot more morbid, with no electricity after a certain time at night and with no chance of travel. Jackson, found on the street at the age of ten, is a successful business man, well he was until his powers started to return and he started to see ravens again.

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