Along for the Ride by Sarah Dessen
It shouldn’t be easy to be amazing. Then everything would be. It’s the things you fight for and struggle with before earning that have the greatest worth. When something’s difficult to come by, you’ll do that much more to make sure it’s even harder―or impossible―to lose.
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Soulmates by Jessica Grose
“For anyone who has ever suspected something sinister lurking behind the craze of new-age spirituality, Jessica Grose has crafted just the tale for you. With the delicious bite of satire and the page-turning satisfaction of a thriller, Soulmates is a deeply compelling, funny and sharply observed look at just how far we will go to achieve inner peace.”—Lena Dunham
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The Summer of Impossible Things by Rowan Coleman
Thirty years ago, something terrible happened to Luna’s mother. Something she’s only prepared to reveal after her death.
Now Luna and her sister have a chance to go back to their mother’s birthplace and settle her affairs. But in Brooklyn they find more questions than answers, until something impossible – magical – happens to Luna, and she meets her mother as a young woman back in the summer of 1977.
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Title: One Last First Date
Series: Cozy Cottage Cafe Series
Author: Kate O’Keeffe
Release Date: June 1st, 2017
Tour Dates: June 11th – 16th, 2017
Genre: Chick Lit
Cassie Dunhill is sick of dating. It’s been ten years and it’s time, time to find The One. It’s either that or buy a fetching habit and veil and abandon the whole thing. But Cassie believes in love, and she’s not ready to give up yet.
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All Signs Lead Back to You by Aniesha Brahma
As the final bell for the day rang on their last day in school, Diya Rai, had a chill run down her spine. The chill of not knowing what the future holds for her and her high school sweetheart, Ashwin Chowdhury.
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Reconstructing Amelia by Kimberly McCreight
I don’t know what made me chose this book first from all the list. It might be my attraction to mysteries and thrillers, to troubled characters or misunderstood teenagers. And this book is no different. Being set in a Brooklyn posh high-school it just reminded me of Gossip Girl and that messed up world.
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Title: From a Paris Balcony
Author: Ella Carey
Publishers: Lake Union Publishing (October 11, 2016)
Format: Kindle, Paperback
Genre: Fiction – Contemporary/Romance
What’s it about?
“From a Paris Balcony” tells the stories of two women from two different centuries, both lost. Louisa Duval (nee West) longed for freedom and independence in conservative 19th century Europe, while Sarah West longed for the husband and family she would now not have.
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The Broken Teaglass, by Emily Arsenault
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Any author who can stimulate a reader’s interest in reading about her main characters reading the dictionary is pretty darned good, and that’s exactly what Emily Arsenault has accomplished in her debut novel, The Broken Teaglass.
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Brought into the world by: Joanne Macgregor
on March 26th 2017
Genres: New Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Source: Amazon UK
* Hushed – a modern romance inspired by the classic tale of The Little Mermaid *
Would you sacrifice your voice for love?
18-year-old Romy Morgan desperately longs to escape the boring future her parents have planned for her, and explore the world.
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Crossing in Time by D. L. Orton
Genre: Romance, Science Fiction
Remember how incredible it feels to fall in love?
This genre-defying love story will have you racing against the clock through a dystopian nightmare, climbing naked into a quirky time machine, and waking up on a tropical beach, twenty years younger, with your heart in your throat.
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