Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare

Emma Carstairs is convinced her parent’s deaths had nothing to do with Sebastian Morgenstern. When mundanes and Fae are murdered in the same way, the Faerie Courts ask the Los Angeles Institute to investigate, and in return they’ll return Mark Blackthorn to his family. Emma, her parabatai Julian, Mark, and their friend Christina race against […]

Property of the Rebel Librarian by Allison Varnes

When I heard about this one, I had to read it. When seventh grader June’s school librarian is suspended for checking out a book to her that her parent’s disapprove of, it kicks of a school wide book banning spree. Most of the books in the library are removed and reading unapproved books can result […]

Every Boy’s Got One by Meg Cabot

When Jane Harriss, creator of Wondercat and cartoonist for the New York Journal, agrees to be the made of honor at her best friend Holly’s elopement in Italy she doesn’t count on the against marriage best man, Cal Langdon. Holly, the art director for New York Journal, and her fiance, Mark, Doctor and Health reporter […]

The Boy Next Door by Meg Cabot

The heroine of this first book in Cabot’s Boy series shares my first name! Melissa Fuller, celebrity gossip columnist at the New York Journal, has just found her elderly neighbor unconscious and apparent victim of a home invasion. When the man she thinks is the woman’s playboy photographer nephew shows up to take care of […]

Solo Novelization Extended Version by Mur Lafferty

I don’t typically read novelizations of movies, even if they’re Star Wars. However, this one came so highly recommended by my friends in the Star Wars community and fellow reviewers from Future of the Force, that I had to give it a shot. I was not disappointed. There were some great extra scenes in here, […]