Trust by Kylie Scott ARC Review

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This was my very first Kylie Scott book and it went incredibly well. I was a little hesitant starting this book; YA contemporaries have started to blend into each other in my mind, forming this one plot that basically repeats itself. This book, however, literally blew my mind. It dealt with some serious issues pretty bluntly, something you don’t usually come across in YA books. Bullying, sexual harassment, body shaming, PTSD, panic attacks, etc… Continue reading

Called Up by Jen Doyle ARC Review

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[I was generously provided with a free review copy by the author in exchange for an honest review; that doesn’t affect my review in any way]
I read the third book in the series a couple of months ago, and it instantly made it to my ‘favorites’ shelf. That being said, my expectations were super high for this one. I think it would’ve definitely made it to that very same shelf if it weren’t for a couple of -what I’d call- shortcomings within the book.
Fitz is seriously a character I’d add to my “badass-heroines” list. Needless to say, she’s got to be my favorite character in the series, so far. Continue reading

Can’t Hardly Breathe by Gena Showalter ARC Review

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[I received a free advance review copy in exchange for an honest review]
Can I just say, I haven’t read any of the previous books in this series, but I somehow fell head over heels for every single character in this book. Small town romances are my favorite. They don’t only portray gorgeous familial love, but also express how beautiful it is to live in a small town where everyone knows everyone and people consider each other as family; again, I can relate a lot to that. But this one was heartbreaking and hopeful and hilarious all at the same time. Continue reading