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Review: Give Me A K-I-L-L

R.L. Stine - Give Me A K-I-L-L (Fear Street Relaunch, #6) Published : April 4, 2017 by Thomas Dunne Books for St. Martin's Griffin Genres : Horror, Thriller, Young Adult Pages : 281 Source : Publisher Find on : Amazon , Book Depository , Goodreads Rating : 3.5/5 The sixth new book in the re-launch of R.L. Stine’s bestselling Fear Street series, which has sold more than 80 million copies around the world. At Shadyside High, cheerleading can be a scream! For the first time since the original series, R.L. Stine brings back his most beloved characters—the cheerleaders of Shadyside High. The cheerleading squad at Shadyside has always been strong, but now there are rumors that lack of funds may mean the end of cheerleading at Shadyside. That would be a shame for Heather Wyatt, who has just transferred from her old school, where she was a star, and is eager to join the squad. There’s only one other girl who stands in her way—rich, spoiled Devra Dalby, who is also trying out for

Blog Tour Review: The Idea Of You

Robinne Lee - The Idea Of You Published : June 13, 2017 by St. Martin's Griffin Genres : Adult, Romance Source : Publisher Find on : Amazon , Book Depository , Goodreads Rating : 4.5/5 When Solène Marchand, the thirty-nine-year-old owner of a prestigious art gallery in Los Angeles, takes her daughter, Isabelle, to meet her favorite boy band, she does so reluctantly and at her ex-husband’s request. The last thing she expects is to make a connection with one of the members of the world-famous August Moon. But Hayes Campbell is clever, winning, confident, and posh, and the attraction is immediate. That he is all of twenty years old further complicates things. What begins as a series of clandestine trysts quickly evolves into a passionate relationship. It is a journey that spans continents as Solène and Hayes navigate each other’s disparate worlds: from stadium tours to international art fairs to secluded hideaways. And for Solène, it is as much a reclaiming of self, as it is