Book Review: Love Lucy by April Lindner

Tweet Lucy spends the summer before she starts college backpacking around Europe. In Florence she falls in love with the people, the food, the sights…and a guy named Jesse from Philadelphia. She thinks it’s probably just a summer flirtation. Back … Continue reading

Book Review: We Should Hang Out Sometime: Embarrassingly, a true story by Josh Sundquist

Tweet Looking back on his relationships since middle school, 20-something Josh Sundquist realizes he’s never had a true girlfriend. He sets out to reconnect with the girls whom he almost connected with to help him discover what he’s doing wrong. … Continue reading

Book Review: Going Over by Beth Kephart

Tweet Before the Berlin wall came down, people in East Berlin were separated from family and friends in West Berlin. Although visits were allowed, moving from East to West was nearly impossible. Under those circumstance, many attempted to escape; some … Continue reading

Book Review: Catch a Falling Star by Kim Culbertson

Tweet When superstar and bad boy Adam Jakes rolls into Little, California to film a movie, most girls would be thrilled to meet him. But Carter Moon is not most girls. She’s focused on working in her family’s café, watching … Continue reading

Book Review: The Longest Date by Cindy Chupack

Tweet Until she was thirty-eight, Cindy Chupack had plenty of material to write about what it was like to be single. Her New York Times bestseller, The Between Boyfriends Book, scripts for five seasons of Sex and the City, and … Continue reading

Book Review: The Princess in the Opal Mask by Jenny Lundquist

Tweet Abandoned as an infant, Elara has been raised in the countryside by the Ogden family, who has tolerated and used her as a servant in exchange for the money they receive from the Royal Orphanage for her upkeep. When … Continue reading

Book Review: Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell

Tweet If it weren’t for the school bus, Eleanor and Park would have never gotten to know each other. But Eleanor was new and looking for a seat, and Park was the only one who moved over to give her … Continue reading

Book Review: This Is What Happy Looks Like by Jennifer E. Smith

Tweet What Graham believes is a simple email to his pet sitter is actually the beginning of a relationship with Ellie, who gets it by mistake. The teens live on opposite sides of the country, he’s in California she’s in … Continue reading

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