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Review: Phantom Limbs

Paula Garner - Phantom Limbs Published : September 27, 2016 by Candlewick Genres : Realistic Fiction, Romance, Young Adult Pages : 368 Find on : Amazon, Book Depository, Goodreads Source : #BooksforTrade Rating : 2.5/5 How do you move on from an irreplaceable loss? In a poignant debut, a sixteen-year-old boy must learn to swim against an undercurrent of grief—or be swept away by it. Otis and Meg were inseparable until her family abruptly moved away after the terrible accident that left Otis’s little brother dead and both of their families changed forever. Since then, it’s been three years of radio silence, during which time Otis has become the unlikely protégé of eighteen-year-old Dara—part drill sergeant, part friend—who’s hell-bent on transforming Otis into the Olympic swimmer she can no longer be. But when Otis learns that Meg is coming back to town, he must face some difficult truths about the girl he’s never forgotten and the brother he’s never stopped grieving. As it

Blog Tour Review: California Summer

Anita Hughes - California Summer Published : June 19, 2018 by St. Martin's Press Genres : Adult, Romance Pages : 304 Source : Publisher Find on : Amazon , Book Depository , Goodreads Rating : 2.5/5 "The perfect beach read!" —Mary Alice Monroe, New York Times bestselling author of Beach House Reunion . "Tender and triumphant... California Summer made my heart sing . " —Allison Winn Scotch, New York Times bestselling author of Between Me and You Anita Hughes's California Summer is a charming and beautiful love story about a former Hollywood producer who trades her cast list in for cookbooks in the hopes of following her dreams and finding new love. Ben and Rosie are Hollywood’s newest director/producer dream team. After hitting it big at Sundance, it seems that their ten years of love and hard work are finally paying off. Rosie is happy making independent films, but Ben wants the A-List celebrity package: a house in Beverly Hills, fancy

Review: Kissing Games (+ Five Questions With Tara!)

Tara Eglington - Kissing Games Published : June 5, 2018 by St. Martin's Press Genres : Contemporary, Romance, Young Adult Pages : 352 Source : Publisher (Thank you so much, Wednesday Books!) Rating : 2.5/5 The course of true love never did run smooth. For a girl who shares her name with a princess (a.k.a Aurora from Sleeping Beauty) Aurora Skye’s life seem fathoms away from a fairytale. Sure, she’s landed Hayden Paris, Potential Prince extraordinaire. And she got her wish -- one first kiss with all the knee-trembling, butterfly-inducing gloriousness she’d hoped for.  But Aurora’s learning that a kiss is just the beginning of a story.  Instead of being the truly transcendent, utterly epic follow up it should be, her second attempt at kissing has literally landed Hayden Paris in the emergency room. If that’s not mortifying enough, the whole school is now referring to her as ‘Lethal Lips’. Meanwhile it’s all systems go for her best friend Cassie - she and Potential Princ