Here’s a fun fact: the main character shits herself.
How (Not) to Ask a Boy to Prom is short, light and sweet. It’s also perfectly mediocre and utterly forgettable.
★★★☆☆—Despite a few rough edges, Date Me, Bryson Keller is super sweet and super readable.
I wouldn’t call SuperMoon a trainwreck: it’s not offensively bad. It’s more like an earnest craft project gone awry. It’s almost cute, in a brainless sort of way.
★★★★☆—Can you spot a monster when you’ve never seen one?
Summer of Salt is a great little summer read. It’s quirky and sweet and focuses on the important things in life.
Ansa and Thyra have always shared a chemistry, but due to the Krigere pairing of warriors with andeners (non-warriors) they cannot be mates. Still, Ansa will happily be anything Thyra asks her to be: Her wolf, her fire, her knife, her blanket.
All Thyra needs to do is ask.
Holy crap, Tell Me How You Really Feel comes this close to being—literally—the perfect lesbian high school rom-com.
Are you ready for incest and a fecal fetish?