Tag Archives: high school

Review: Wolf Bound by Holly Hook

About the book: Loner, misfit, wild. Everything about the new guy at school, Cayden, should push me away. And when the wolves appear in the woods around town, one of them shares Cayden’s dark hair, red highlights, and his wild, … Continue reading

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Take Two Review: The Law of Tall Girls by Joanne Macgregor

“The Law of Tall Girls is gorgeous and I can’t wait for Joanne Macgregor’s next.” About the book: When you really stand out, can you ever fit in? Seventeen-year-old Peyton Lane is a tall girl. So tall, it’s the only … Continue reading

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Review: Saint Anything by Sarah Dessen

“I was sure I’d be in for a treat.  I wasn’t wrong!” I have loved every single book I’ve read by Sarah Dessen so far, so when I picked up Saint Anything, I was sure I’d be in for a … Continue reading

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Review: The Truth Spell by Anita Oh

 Fresh and fabulous About the book: A dastardly spell. Mysterious billionaires. An ordinary girl thrust into an extraordinary world. Lucy O’Connor is more IT girl than “it girl” but even though she’ll never fit in, the scholarship to elite Amaris … Continue reading

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My Maker’s Keeper by Tiffany Current

Vampires, high school, and a love triangle to get your teeth into! About the book: Hannah Clark used to be an ordinary girl. She used to be a lot of things. Until she was bitten. Five months ago, Hannah woke … Continue reading

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Scarred by Joanne Macgregor

Blurb: Sloane Munster had the perfect life, until she didn’t. Now seventeen-year old Sloane is trying to reboot her life after a serious accident left her badly scarred and emotionally traumatised. Starting her senior year at a different school, she … Continue reading

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