Could you Love an Apple? by Becky Jerams

Book 2 in Love Stories by Becky Jerams, releasing today! Taylor Raven is starting over. After a few difficult college years, he has decided to finally move away from Havensdale (and away from his father) to take a tennis coaching course in the tiny village of Westerfield. The peaceful country life is exactly what Taylor needs to…

Start Over by J. Saman

I received this book as an e-ARC by the author in exchange for an honest review. This is book two of the Start Again series, the review of which, is here. I like to play by the rules. But when I get coaxed into crashing a party, I run into the last man I ever…

Start Again by J. Saman

Kate Taylor had the perfect life. That is until an accident took everything she had away. For two years she has been living moment to moment and day to day. She’s lost and can’t seem to find her way back. Finally, in a last ditch effort, she decides to leave town in search of a…

An Open Letter to my recent favourite book

Originally written for Open Letter Fridays, on Pari617’s blog.  THIS HAS MINOR SPOILERS FOR THE BOOK. Dear The Night Circus, The first time I heard about you was in 2014, when Indu was reading you in a read-a-long with a few others scattered across the world. That time, I didn’t think much about you because…

Amanzimtoti: The Ridge by Carmen Shea-Hepburn

I was given an ARC by the author for an honest review. Set in Amanzimtoti, South Africa, the story follows Wayne du Preez as he starts his matric. Completing his final year of high school won’t be his only problem, however, when a boy from his childhood makes a surprise reappearance in small town Toti,…

Half Bad by Sally Green

Wanted by no one. Hunted by everyone. Sixteen-year-old Nathan lives in a cage: beaten, shackled, trained to kill. In a modern-day England where two warring factions of witches live amongst humans, Nathan is an abomination, the illegitimate son of the world’s most terrifying and violent witch, Marcus. Nathan’s only hope for survival is to escape…

Because You’ll Never Meet Me by Leah Thomas

Ollie and Moritz are best friends, but they can never meet. Ollie is allergic to electricity. Contact with it causes debilitating seizures. Moritz’s weak heart is kept pumping by an electronic pacemaker. If they ever did meet, Ollie would seize. But Moritz would die without his pacemaker. Both hermits from society, the boys develop a…