Finding Leda by Gaia B. Amman

Italy, 1998. What does it take for a woman to be happy? Not a man, like twenty-year-old Leda Balni was raised to believe. Weary of gender culture, Leda enrolls in Genetic Engineering. Surrounded by new friends, science, and even a sexy genius, she forgets her troubles until her restlessness resurfaces… In a whirlwind of Vespa…

Seahorse by Janice Parait

The last thing I expected to feel after reading this book was love. I don’t read a lot of books penned by Indian authors. I have tried; I have no prejudices. The ones I tried gave me bad experiences, which is why I am hesitant to buy such books. And I have such a hard…

As I Am by Annalisa Grant

I received an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. “You’re not invisible. You’re invaluable.” When Kinley Carmichael looks in the mirror, she doesn’t see her blonde-haired, blue-eyed, size 4 twin sister. She sees her dark-haired, brown-eyed, size 12 self. Kinley and her twin sister Addison are excited to start their second summer as counselors…

Outspoken by Lora Richardson

I received an ARC through the author in exchange for an honest review. Penny Beck is a girl who says yes when she means no. She keeps to herself, follows the rules, and does what she’s told. After a disastrous experience with her boyfriend, she’s determined to change from the spineless person she’s always been…