Long May She Reign by Rhiannon Thomas


Long May She Reign by Rhiannon Thomas

Published: February 21st 2017 by HarperTeen

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Freya was never meant be queen. Twenty third in line to the throne, she never dreamed of a life in the palace, and would much rather research in her laboratory than participate in the intrigues of court. However, when an extravagant banquet turns deadly and the king and those closest to him are poisoned, Freya suddenly finds herself on the throne.

Freya may have escaped the massacre, but she is far from safe. The nobles don’t respect her, her councillors want to control her, and with the mystery of who killed the king still unsolved, Freya knows that a single mistake could cost her the kingdom – and her life.

Freya is determined to survive, and that means uncovering the murderers herself. Until then, she can’t trust anyone. Not her advisors. Not the king’s dashing and enigmatic illegitimate son. Not even her own father, who always wanted the best for her, but also wanted more power for himself.

As Freya’s enemies close in and her loyalties are tested, she must decide if she is ready to rule and, if so, how far she is willing to go to keep the crown.

When I saw this cover and read the blurb, I knew I had to read it! It had a lot of potential… but I feel like thats about as far as it went. I felt underwhelmed by the end of the book and the sense of “Is that it…?”

I’m going to start with the good (and the best) aspect of this book – and that would be Freya’s character development. I loved watching her grow from the nervous girl she was at the beginning to this strong and independent ruler by the end of the book. I loved watching her grow through her experiences and, at the same time, staying true to her core values – which she then twisted into the way the she ruled. I enjoyed the fact that she was interested in science, despite the fact everyone around her is a little skeptical about it and they don’t like it at first. She earned her respect from both the people and the nobles, stayed true to herself and came out of her shell so that, by the end of the book, we are faced with this strong woman who rocks at being queen!

I think my biggest issue with this book was that I felt like the plot underwhelmed by the end of the book. I feel like it took a little too long for the mystery to actually get anywhere and I feel like it all came together way too quickly by the end. I wasn’t convinced by the explanation or the person who did it and I feel like it could have been better thought out and better executed with a different culprit.

Whilst I think the ending was supposed to be left open to interpretation for the future, I feel like I was left with questions. I don’t understand why Freya did some of the things that she did and I feel like the book needed more closure than was actually given to me as a reader. I don’t like what she decided to with the culprit and I feel that absolutely no closure was given about the other character… I don’t want to say too much because of spoilers.

I also feel like sometimes the relationships between Freya and other people wasn’t entirely genuine? I felt like, at some points, she swapped Naomi out for Madeleine and Naomi is supposed to be her best friend. I also wasn’t entirely sure about the whole thing between Fitzroy and Freya was also a bit… iffy? I didn’t feel like there was a romantic connection between them – there wasn’t that swoon feeling… it was more like just friends, to be honest.

All in all, I felt like this book had a lot of potential, but it didn’t actually live up to that potential and I felt underwhelmed by the time I got to the end of the book. I gave this book 3/5 stars.

The Girl With All the Gifts by M. R. Carey

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The Girl with all the Gifts by M. R. Carey

Published: June 19th 2014 by Orbit

Melanie is a very special girl. Dr. Caldwell calls her “our little genius.”

Every morning, Melanie waits in her cell to be collected for class. When they come for her, Sergeant Parks keeps his gun pointing at her while two of his people strap her into the wheelchair. She thinks they don’t like her. She jokes that she won’t bite, but they don’t laugh.

Melanie loves school. She loves learning about spelling and sums and the world outside the classroom and the children’s cells. She tells her favorite teacher all the things she’ll do when she grows up. Melanie doesn’t know why this makes Miss Justineau look sad.

I just want to say that I am an actual spanner. I completely forgot about reviewing this book because my son has had fever because of the injection he got and it just slipped my mind! I’m sorry. Anyway, I really enjoyed this book! I think this is the first book that I have ever read that includes zombies!! I was a bit worried about that aspect because I wasn’t sure how it was going to come across in fiction rather than on the big screen, but I think it was done pretty well… Also, can I just say, that ending?!? What the heck was that????

I really liked Melanie as a character. She was always so optimistic and bright and I absolutely loved her! I hated what the knowledge of what she is did to her because she lost her innocence somehow? She grew up way too fast for the age she was supposed to be and I hated the fact that she became as serious as she was. I did also enjoy the fact that she was a mini genius! I wish I was that smart at that age!! Also, what I didn’t get is why no one told her anything!! Like, she had to figure it out rather than someone being honest with her and it bugged me so much!

Parks was a misunderstood character for me. He was definitely someone who I disliked at the beginning of the book and he grew on me as the book went on. He was someone who you really had to understand to like and once you understood him and his motives, it was basically impossible to dislike him – purely based on the fact that he was the poor sod who was forced to make all of the tough decisions that no one wants to follow… which just makes him look like he’s horrible when he really isn’t. I did not like the story he had at the end of the book and I was pretty dang miffed!! After everything he went through for both himself and the group, that had to happen!!! Really?!? -.-

The Dr was also someone who I believe was easily dislikable, who was a character that I absolutely hated, but I could also understand why she became the way that she became. She spent basically her whole career trying to find a cure to the disease with instruments that aren’t really getting the job done and stuff, and then it ends the way it did! Seriously!?! That ending really does have me miffed. Caldwell was still a psycho crazy Dr who scared me and is someone I wouldn’t want to cross, but she has really been through it and I GET wanting to find a cure to something as horrible as this disease… especially when you spend your whole career trying to find the cure!

I didn’t understand any of the technical stuff. I think it was too complicated for me and it basically flew over my head – I think maybe the book would have been better had the author dumbed it down a little bit, for want of a better term.

All in all, I really enjoyed this book. I was worried about the execution of zombies in literature, but I didn’t need to be! Seriously, it was amazing! I gave this book 4/5 stars.

Winning by Lara Deloza


Winning by Lara Deloza

Published June 28th 2016 by Harper Teen

Whoever said being nice would get you to the top?

Certainly not Alexandra Miles. She isn’t nice, but she’s more than skilled at playing the part. She floats through the halls of Spencer High, effortlessly orchestrating the actions of everyone around her, making people bend to her whim without even noticing they’re doing it. She is the queen of Spencer High—and it’s time to make it official.

Alexandra has a goal, you see—Homecoming Queen. Her ambitions are far grander than her small town will allow, but homecoming is just the first step to achieving total domination. So when peppy, popular Erin Hewett moves to town and seems to have a real shot at the crown, Alexandra has to take action.

With the help of her trusted friend Sam, she devises her most devious plot yet. She’ll introduce an unexpected third competitor in the mix, one whose meteoric rise—and devastating fall—will destroy Erin’s chances once and for all. Alexandra can run a scheme like this in her sleep. What could possibly go wrong?

I’m not actually sure I know where to start with this book. It was good in a I’m – scared – of – overachieving – girls kinda way. I felt like I was reading Mean Girls, but about Homecoming…. Anyone who lives in America, can you please enlighten me as to whether your schools are really like they are portrayed? If they are, I’m so glad I grew up in England!!

Alexandra Miles is our Grade A Psycho Girl who uses and abuses people to stay at the top. She tries to hide her horrible ways behind a sickly sweet demeanour of being nice to people … but obviously no one buys it! Everyone knows exactly who and what she is! Girls like this actually genuinely scare me! AS a reader, I was hoping that she would see the error of her ways and actually change by the end of the book… however, it was not meant to be!

I felt really sorry for her best friend Sam! I mean, she is her own worst enemy because she was best friends with such a psycho, but the way she was treated was horrible!! I was happy that, by the end of the book, she really does change and we see someone who is liable in general rather than the best friend of the schools queen bee! I really liked her as a character and I felt sorry for her throughout most of the book! I’m glad she found her ending the way that she did!!

I think the character that went through the most change was Ivy! Sure, Alexandra helped to make her the person that she was, but she still remained true to herself! she didn’t turn into queen wannabe and she became a stronger person because of that! She got a push in the right direction from Alexandra and then she stood on her own two feet and defended herself when she needed to! Which is something she would never have done at the beginning of the book! Way to go Ivy! I felt like a proud mother with her!

The ending of the book definitely left it open for a sequel – however, whether one has been planned or not, I don’t know. We could easily revisit this high school where it left off and watch the girls go for another round. I think it would be interesting to see where the author takes these characters if she does decide to do a sequel!

There were times when I had to push myself through this book a little bit because I thought the pacing was a little iffy. For me, the high school drama – whilst fun to read ever now and then – it can get a little same old same old, especially because every one of us lives through some sort of school drama at some point in our lives!! I did enjoy this book, but sometimes it felt like a little too much and I just kinda wanted to roll my eyes and put the book back down again!

All in all, I mostly enjoyed this book and the characters within it! I would definitely read a sequel to this book because I would be interested to know where the author takes these characters and just how far some of them are willing to go to remain on top! I gave this book 3/5 stars!

Have you read this book? Did you enjoy it? Would you read this book, if you haven’t already? 

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Goodreads Monday

Goodreads Monday is a weekly meme hosted here. To participate, all you need to do is choose a random book from your TBR and show it off! don’t forget to link back here!

Hey guys! Time for another Goodreads Monday. This weeks pick is a book that I recently added to my shelf! I have heard some amazing things, so I am definitely looking forward to getting to it!


Winning by Lara Deloza

Published: June 28th 2016 by HarperTeen

Whoever said being nice would get you to the top?

Certainly not Alexandra Miles. She isn’t nice, but she’s more than skilled at playing the part. She floats through the halls of Spencer High, effortlessly orchestrating the actions of everyone around her, making people bend to her whim without even noticing they’re doing it. She is the queen of Spencer High—and it’s time to make it official.

Alexandra has a goal, you see—Homecoming Queen. Her ambitions are far grander than her small town will allow, but homecoming is just the first step to achieving total domination. So when peppy, popular Erin Hewett moves to town and seems to have a real shot at the crown, Alexandra has to take action.

With the help of her trusted friend Sam, she devises her most devious plot yet. She’ll introduce an unexpected third competitor in the mix, one whose meteoric rise—and devastating fall—will destroy Erin’s chances once and for all. Alexandra can run a scheme like this in her sleep. What could possibly go wrong?

Doesn’t this sound so exciting!! I love books like these when they are done well, so I am definitely looking forward to getting to it!

What books are on you TBR’s?

Furthermore by Tahereh Mafi


Furthermore by Tahereh Mafi

Published: August 30th 2016 by Dutton Books for Young Readers

There are only three things that matter to twelve-year-old Alice Alexis Queensmeadow: Mother, who wouldn’t miss her; magic and color, which seem to elude her; and Father, who always loved her. The day Father disappears from Ferenwood he takes nothing but a ruler with him. But it’s been almost three years since then, and Alice is determined to find him. She loves her father even more than she loves adventure, and she’s about to embark on one to find the other.

But bringing Father home is no small matter. In order to find him she’ll have to travel through the mythical, dangerous land of Furthermore, where down can be up, paper is alive, and left can be both right and very, very wrong. Her only companion is a boy named Oliver whose own magical ability is based in lies and deceit–and with a liar by her side in a land where nothing is as it seems, it will take all of Alice’s wits (and every limb she’s got) to find Father and return home to Ferenwood in one piece. On her quest to find Father, Alice must first find herself–and hold fast to the magic of love in the face of loss.

Let’s start off by saying that the cover is GORGEOUS!!! I absolutely love it! I want a poster. Secondly, I really enjoyed this story. It took a while to get used to the writing style, but once you got there, it was a unique read and definitely one you would want to read over and over again! Mafi had no issues breaking the fourth wall (a drama term) and spoke directly to the reader outside of the story. I loved it!


  • The writing style. It was extremely unique! Sunlight, became Rainlight, and most things became the opposite of what they were in real life! I loved the fact that the author actually spoke to the reader directly and gave little insights here and there where you would normally either not get them at all or get them much later in the book! It was extremely well done and I definitely want more!
  • The world. The world building was magical! I wanted to actually be there, even if Furthermore is pretty dang creepy! The descriptions were rich and full of life and I could have definitely said that the world was around me as I was reading!
  • I loved Alice and her character growth throughout the book! She definitely had a hard time at home and pretty much everywhere she went because of the way she looked and because of the fact that her father went missing, but she learns throughout the book that it doesn’t matter what other people think. As long as she is happy with herself, it doesn’t matter if anyone else thinks differently. I loved the message that this sent especially because people are so often shamed about how they look etc! It sends a positive message across to the reader that they can look and be anyone they want to be and it doesn’t matter what anyone else says!
  • The friendship growth between Oliver and Alice. Ugh, they were so cute! I just wanted to adopt them both. I’m so glad they managed to become friends because they are definitely cute together!


  • I don’t really have much to gripe about, but the ending was a little disappointing! It was wrapped up within a few pages and I felt like it was too abrupt. I wanted a little more out of the ending. After everything they went through, I think it would have been better had the ending been a little bit more challenging… because I’m mean and the characters need to face more life threatening situations!

All in all, I really enjoyed this book! I would love for this book to have a sequel – especially if we’re going to follow Alice’s surrender!! I have this book 4/5 stars!

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Top Ten Tuesday


Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the Broke and Bookish

Hey guys! It is time for another TTT. This weeks topic is top ten favourite books in X genre. I’ve decided to go fantasy, because that is what I read the most of! Without further ado and in no particular order:

10. vault of dreams Vault of Dreams by Luke Taylor. This book was lyrical in a way that I don’t think I will ever find again! I absolutely loved it!

9. throne of glass Throne of Glass series by Sarah J. Maas. Ok, I’m cheating a little bit and I am using the whole series for this! I absolutely adore this series and I cannot wait for tomorrow because my pre ordered copy of EoS is coming… a week late -.-

8. ACOMAF A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas. This is turning into a Maas fest… No, whilst I liked the first in this series, I LOVED this one! I need the third book like… now!

7. bonds of venom and magic A Bond of Venom and Magic by Karen Tomlinson. This book releases next month (Oct 14th), but I received an ARC of this and it is my favourite read of this year! Heck, it’s up there with Maas as my favourite Fantasy of all time!! I need the next book… but the author is evil and isn’t releasing it till next year!! Plus, this cover is gorgeous! I want a poster for my wall!

6. emerge- The awakening Emerge: The Awakening by Melissa A. Craven. I definitely think this book is underrated! The next book in this series is releasing at the end of this year and it cannot come soon enough!! Talk about needing a book!

5. air awakens Air Awakens by Elise Kova. I have read the first three in this series and I am hooked! I am hoping to be able to read the fourth soon… the ending of the third book broke me inside, which is probably why I waited so long! I don’t think my heart can take much more!

4. first year The Black Mage: First Year by Rachel E. Carter. ummm… I think anyone who has read this will know it is epic! This is not your normal wishy washy magic – this is serious business!!

3. spelled Spelled by Betsy Schow. This book had me in stitches! I couldn’t breathe I was laughing so hard!! The author is releasing what looks like the second book in this series early next year, so I am preparing my lungs and my diaphragm for this!

2. snow like ashes Snow Like Ashes by Sara Raasch. I loved this book. It has me hooked from the get go! I have the second book in this series, which I am definitely looking forward to picking up! Even if I hate the rest of this series, I will always love this book!

1. defy Defy by Sara B. Larson. Whoever hasn’t read this series clearly lives under a rock! A very large one at that! This is one of my all time faves and I love the colour schemes on the covers!

So this is it!! These are my favourite fantasy reads ever!! Have you read any of these books? Did you enjoy them?

Which favourite books do you have on your lists? Feel free to leave links and comments and I will check them all out!

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With Malice by Eileen Cook


With Malice by Eileen Cook

Published: June 7th 2016 by HMH Books for Young Readers

It was the perfect trip…until it wasn’t.

Eighteen-year-old Jill Charron wakes up in a hospital room, leg in a cast, stitches in her face and a big blank canvas where the last six weeks should be. She discovers she was involved in a fatal car accident while on a school trip in Italy. A trip she doesn’t even remember taking. She was jetted home by her affluent father in order to receive quality care. Care that includes a lawyer. And a press team. Because maybe the accident…wasn’t an accident.

As the accident makes national headlines, Jill finds herself at the center of a murder investigation. It doesn’t help that the media is portraying her as a sociopath who killed her bubbly best friend, Simone, in a jealous rage. With the evidence mounting against her, there’s only one thing Jill knows for sure: She would never hurt Simone. But what really happened? Questioning who she can trust and what she’s capable of, Jill desperately tries to piece together the events of the past six weeks before she loses her thin hold on her once-perfect life.

Ok, so, I have had this book on my TBR for ages now. I was so stoked to finally get a copy because I was so excited to finally see what was going on with this premise. I had seen reviews about it being too much like Dangerous Girls, but I decided to give it a shot anyway. They were right. I should have listened! Whilst I did enjoy the book to some extent, there were a lot of things that were similar to Dangerous Girls, which was a major disappointment for me! I wanted unique! Anyway, here are some lists!


  • The beginning. Right from the very beginning, we are thrown into the events of what happened, with no actual knowledge of it. We know as much as the MC does and how much the MC family decides to disclose. The mystery of it all was what kept me hooked at the beginning.
  • I liked the fact that the MC didn’t know anything that was happening because of the injuries she sustained. It was realistically done and this kind of thing does actually happen on a day to day basis.
  • The use of Social media and the media in general was also pretty good. When something like this hits the news, people do tend to flock to social media to talk about what happened, whether it is good or bad. People also tend to be swayed pretty heavily by media itself, so whether they are spinning a good or bad light on the person involved, is generally the direction that comments on social media will take!
  • The way in which it was written with interviews, news reports etc, interspersed between chapters was pretty interesting. We have the view from the MC and what she is hearing and getting on a day to day life basis and then we have it from the other side of people hitting social media, the media themselves and the police force and the people they are interviewing. It gave an extra insight into the characters from the opinions of the people who are supposed to know them because they taught them or they went to school with them etc. The extra insight helped to really get into the minds of the characters.


  • It was TOO much like Dangerous Girls. I don’t want to say too much… but the news reports, the way in which it happened in a country that is not the MC’s own, the doubt from people  around them, the way in which the case itself was built against the MC… even the ending was pretty similar! I was holding out hope that it would be something completely different, but it wasn’t… which was a shame! I don’t want a Dangerous Girls part two, I want something unique!
  • The ending felt rushed. The explanation and the way in which it ended all happened way too fast. I think it could have may been stretched out from earlier on so that the build up was a little better. I felt like the build up toward to explanation was lacking and then I was info dumped by what had actually happened.
  • Some of characters were really irritating! Like, the lawyer. Lawyers wouldn’t usually act like that (or so I would hope) so it felt a little unrealistic to me. HE was the kind of guy that constantly gets under your skin and you just want to punch him in the face. AS well as the father!
  • It sometimes felt a little slow plot wise. I don’t know whether this was just me, but some parts were a little dry and I had to push myself through it!
  • I wanted to see more from and about Nico! He was a majorly suspicious character for me and could have easily swinger around to him. I disliked him from the get go, but I still wanted more from him!

All in all, whilst I vaguely enjoyed this book, it was too much like Dangerous Girls for me to actually fully enjoy it. I was getting a watered down version of an amazing book where I wanted something unique and with its own story! I gave this book 2.5/5.

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Dear Charlie by N. D. Gomes

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Dear Charlie by N. D. Gomes

Expected Publication: October 20th 2016 by Mira Ink

Death should never meet the young. But it did. Thanks to my brother, death made fourteen new friends that day. Maybe even fifteen, if you count Charlie.

At sixteen, Sam Macmillan is supposed to be thinking about girls, homework and his upcoming application to music college, not picking up the pieces after the school shooting that his brother Charlie committed.

Yet as Sam desperately tries to hang on to the memories he has of his brother, the media storm surrounding their family threatens to destroy everything. And Sam has to question all he thought he knew about life, death, right and wrong.

Note: I received an ARC of this book through Netgalley in return for an honest review. This in no way influences my opinion.

This book. I don’t even know where to begin with THIS BOOK!! I don’t know why I do this to myself. I always choose books which I know will make me blubber like a baby and feel all the feels and I go and read it anyway. I torture myself… in a good way. If you are looking for a hard hitting book that hits all of the general stereotypes about a school shooting on the head and then addresses the fact that it isn’t really the way it always appears to be, this would be it.

I loved the unique beginning of the book. It starts of in a letter format, which gives the reader an insight into the thoughts and feelings of Charlie’s brother, Sam. Charlie is now dead, but Sam is struggling to deal with what happened that day and why Charlie did what he did. At first I was worried that the entire book was going to be set in letter, form, but it wasn’t. I don’t want to say too much, but I definitely think that the letter at the beginning helped to highlight the changes and the transitions that the characters go through.

This book dealt with a really tough subject. There are quite a few books out there that look at and deal with the aftermath of a school shooting, but this is the first one that I have read that dealt with the family and what they had to go through in the wake of Charlie’s actions. I found myself rooting for the family to get through it and I was actually angry because the actions within this book of other people, is actually what happens in today’s society.

I think the book highlighted the fact that we are always looking for someone to blame extremely well. Someone always has to take the brunt of it, whether it was the actual person who did it or not. I lao think it highlighted extremely well the way in which the media has a role in swaying the masses. The media can make someone wither love you or hate you and they are always looking for their next victim, whether they are to blame or not.

I wanted to adopt Sam and put him in my little puddle of protection! I felt so sorry for him and I had a hard time dealing with his feelings!! That is how hard hitting this book is! I think I felt pretty much the same way that Sam did and I don’t even know what I would do if I was stuck in his position!

I also think the ending was perfect! I don’t want to give too much away, but I definitely think it helped to highlight the changes the entire family had to go through and the things they had to accept. I struggled with the ending, and it made me bawl my eyes out!! Like a baby. I was a blubbering mess!

I definitely recommend this book because it is so true to society on how we look at school shootings in the aftermath and how we treat the family of the perpetrator afterwards. It is hard hitting, it takes stereotypes and throws them out of the window!! I definitely think this book needs to be read by the masses!! I gave this book 5/5 stars.

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Waiting on Wednesday


Waiting on Wednesday is hosted by Breaking the Spine

Hey guys! It is time for another WOW! I am definitely really excited for this one because I love books like these! The mystery and suspense!

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The Cabin by Natasha Preston

Expected publication: September 6th by Sourcebooks Fire

There may only be one killer, but no one is innocent in this new thriller from Natasha Preston, author of The Cellar and Awake.

When Mackenzie treks to a secluded cabin in the woods with six friends, she expects a fun weekend of partying, drinking, and hookups. But when they wake to find two of their own dead and covered in blood, it’s clear there’s a killer among them.

As the police try to unravel the case, Mackenzie launches her own investigation. Before long secrets start to emerge, revealing a sinister web of sins among the original seven friends. The killer is still free. Every one of them is a suspect. And Mackenzie starts to realize that no one is innocent…

If this book is well written, it is going to be one hell of a ride and I am so excited!! I want to know all their secrets!

What books are you guys waiting on? Feel free to leave links and comments and I will check them all out!

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Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the Broke and Bookish

Hey guys! It is time for another TTT! Before I begin, I just want to say that this post may look a little funny because I am doing it on my phone!! My links appear to be working on the phone, but not on the computer… Which is weird! Anyway, this weeks topic is top ten book set in x place. I decided to do high school setting because I think that there is a lot of fantasy settings out there etc.


 Because I Love You by Tori Rigby – I really enjoyed this book. It dealt with issues that haven’t really been written about a lot with the Young Adult world, so it was definitely unique for me!


 Unnatural Deeds by Cyn Balog – so technically this book hasn’t been released yet, but this book left me reeling! Even thinking about it now, I just… I have no words!!


 This is Where it Ends by Marieke Niejkamp – I read this book on the day it came out in one sitting. It was amazing!!


 What We Saw by Aaron Hartzler – this was a very powerful read and based on true events!! Definitely recommend this to everyone!


 The Merciless by Danielle Vega – ok, this book did not turn out to be what I expected… It isn’t all set in secondary school, only some of it … But still!!


 To all the boys I’ve loved before by Jenny Han – if you need a feel good pick me up, this one is definitely for you!!


 Biggest Flirts by Jennifer Echols – I absolutely adored this book and I connected to the characters really quickly! It’s definitely a cute summer read and it is a series that I need to finish!


 The Truth About Alice by Jennifer Mathieu – I think this book is a very true look at rumours created during your time in school and the people who create them!!


 Meant to Be by Lauren Morrill – so, technically this is set on a school trip, but for me that still counts as secondary school!! This book was a really cute, fast read and definitely one to re read if I need a pick me up!


 Dangerous Girls by Abigail Haas – again, not technically set in school, but it is set during spring break of senior year, so I’m using it! I think anyone who has read this book will agree that this is a must read!! For everybody!!

That’s it!! Have you guys read any of these books? Did you enjoy them?

What settings did you guys pick? Feel free to leave links and comments and I will check them all out!