Woven In Moonlight by Isabel Ibañez is a whimsical, lovely book. Here’s a quick blurb about it: A lush tapestry of magic, romance, and revolución, drawing inspiration from Bolivian politics and history. Ximena is the decoy Condesa, a stand-in for
I want to start by saying, I had no idea when I started this that it was book two in a series. Oops. I’d highly recommend reading The Start of Me and You first. By the time I realized I
Every Other Weekend by Abigail Johnson was a poignant, emotionally gripping read. Here’s a quick blurb about the book: “Can life begin again…every other weekend? Adam Moynihan’s life used to be awesome. Straight As, close friends and a home life so
Some books draw me in slowly, others capture me at the beginning but then disappoint, but with Sisters of Shadow and Light I was utterly enchanted on page one, and as the story continued, the only complaint I had was
I’ve loved every Natalie Lloyd book I’ve read, and this one did not disappoint. In fact, it is probably a tie with my absolute favorite of hers (A Snicker of Magic), which is also my absolute favorite Middle Grade book.