WWW Wednesday

What I Finish Reading:

I’m slowly trying to finish this series. I’m loving it so far and is team Kathrine all the way.

What I’m Currently Reading:

Taking a mini fantasy break. I’m excited for this new release. I love dancers books so much. This one is different since the dancer is a guy.

What I’m Reading.

Now if I don’t get sidetracked by all the new books, this will be my next read. Trying really hard to finish some book series on my shelves.


Loveboat Reunion by Abigail Hing Wen


Sophie Ha and Xavier Yeh have what some would call a tumultuous past.

Hearts were broken, revenge was plotted—but at least they’re friends now. They left the drama behind them back in Taipei—at their summer program, Loveboat—forever.

Now that fall is here, they’re focusing on what really matters. Sophie is determined to be the best student Dartmouth’s ever had. Xavier just wants to stay under his overbearing father’s radar, collect his trust fund when he turns eighteen, and concentrate on what makes him happy.

But the world doesn’t seem to want either to succeed. Sophie’s college professor thinks her first major project is “too feminine.” Xavier’s father gives him an ultimatum: finish high school or be cut off from his inheritance.

Then Sophie and Xavier find themselves on a wild, nonstop Loveboat reunion, hatching a joint plan to take control of their futures. Can they succeed together . . . or are they destined to combust?

My Review:

Time to go back to the Love Boat.

It’s Sophie and Xavier redemption story from the first book.

Sophie is beginning a new person and trying to move on from pass mistakes. She swearing off boys this time. Sophie focus on passing school and trying to be good friend with Xavier. Even if she hiding how she feels about him.

I really enjoyed Xavier this time. He suffers at the hand of his father’s abuse. All he wants is his trust fund and be free. In order to do that he must pass high school again. This time around with the help with Sophie, he learns more about his family and some of it is not as bad as he thought. Sophie and Xavier together again, what misadventures will they get into now?

I really did enjoyed this book. Was not a huge Sophie fan in book one. This time around she was alright. Still not a Sophie fan. My favorite was Xavier story. I just love him so much this time around and feel bad on the abuse he gets. Sophie just ends up making the same mistakes as book one and that gets annoying fast. This story was good and learn a lot of family history from Xavier family.

Are you for the Loverboat Reunion?

Happy Reading!!!!


What I’m Reading Monday


When kingdom come, there will be one.

In every generation on the island of Fennbirn, a set of triplets is born—three queens, all equal heirs to the crown and each possessor of a coveted magic. Mirabella is a fierce elemental, able to spark hungry flames or vicious storms at the snap of her fingers. Katharine is a poisoner, one who can ingest the deadliest poisons without so much as a stomachache. Arsinoe, a naturalist, is said to have the ability to bloom the reddest rose and control the fiercest of lions.

But becoming the Queen Crowned isn’t solely a matter of royal birth. Each sister has to fight for it. And it’s not just a game of win or lose…it’s life or death. The night the sisters turn sixteen, the battle begins.

The last queen standing gets the crown. 


Squad by Maggie Tokuda-Hall and Lisa Sterle


When Becca transfers to a high school in an elite San Francisco suburb, she’s worried she’s not going to fit in. To her surprise, she’s immediately adopted by the most popular girls in school. At first glance, Marley, Arianna, and Mandy are perfect. But at a party under a full moon, Becca learns that they also have a big secret.

Becca’s new friends are werewolves. Their prey? Slimy boys who take advantage of unsuspecting girls. Eager to be accepted, Becca allows her friends to turn her into a werewolf, and finally, for the first time in her life, she feels like she truly belongs.

But things get complicated when Arianna’s predatory boyfriend is killed, and the cops begin searching for a serial killer. As their pack begins to buckle under the pressure—and their moral high ground gets muddier and muddier—Becca realizes that she might have feelings for one of her new best friends.

My Review:

What would you do to become popular?

Becca just wants to fit, even if it means becoming a werewolf to do so. She is popular and enjoying life, until someone breaks the rules. With so much high school drama and now worrying on who to trust. Can Becca find a balance.

This was a very short read since it was a graphic novel. I did enjoy the pictures within the book. Also the story was so much fun and cute. The cover do fit the book perfectly. I wish there was more novels to this read. Like I said short read, so review kinda of short also. If you looking for a quick graphic novel fix, check out Squad!!!

Happy Reading!!!!


WWW Wednesday

What I Finish Reading?

I do enjoy this series so much. Was recently on blog tour on it.

What I’m Currently Reading:

This is taking me longer to read. I get to sidetracked other stuff. I’m enjoying this book.

What I’m Reading Next?

I really don’t know yet. I’m such a mood reader.


The Last Laugh by Mindy McGinnis


In the dark and stunning sequel to The Initial Insult, award-winning author Mindy McGinnis concludes this suspenseful YA duology as long-held family secrets finally come to light . . . changing Amontillado forevermore.

Tress Montor murdered Felicity Turnado—but she might not have to live with the guilt for long. With an infected arm held together by duct tape, the panther who clawed her open on the loose, and the whole town on the hunt for the lost homecoming queen, the odds are stacked against Tress. As her mind slides deeper into delirium, Tress is haunted by the growing sound of Felicity’s heartbeat pulsing from the “best friend” charm around her fevered neck.

Ribbit Usher has been a punchline his whole life—from his nickname to his latest turn as the unwitting star of a humiliating viral video. In the past he’s willingly played the fool, but now it’s time to fulfill his destiny. That means saving the girl, so that Felicity can take her place at his side and Ribbit can exact revenge on all who have done him wrong—which includes his cousin, Tress. Ribbit is held by a pact he made with his mother long ago, a pact that must be delivered upon in four days.

With time ticking down and an enemy she considers a friend lurking in the shadows, Tress’s grip on reality is failing. Can she keep both mind and body together long enough to finally find out what happened to her parents?

My Review:

If you have yet read The Initial Insult book one, then disregard this review. Better yet go buy book one and get to reading.

The Last Laugh was ever more insane as the first book. Which I love every minute of it. Also I’m in love with the crazy cover.

Tess is just walking around and acting things normal. Despite the fact she just killed someone last book. Her arm is mess and she refuse to go to hospital. Tess really went crazy in this second book. Also we have a new point of view character, Ribbit. Ribbit is supposed to be Tess best friend, but he is also acting weird and hiding his own secrets. These two are just insane in this book. Also its a very realistic book.

I love how pretty it is on the inside cover. Ribbit looks so evil and hot in this…

Are you ready to have The Last Laugh???


What I’m Reading Monday

Sophie Ha and Xavier Yeh have what some would call a tumultuous past.

Hearts were broken, revenge was plotted—but at least they’re friends now. They left the drama behind them back in Taipei—at their summer program, Loveboat—forever.

Now that fall is here, they’re focusing on what really matters. Sophie is determined to be the best student Dartmouth’s ever had. Xavier just wants to stay under his overbearing father’s radar, collect his trust fund when he turns eighteen, and concentrate on what makes him happy.

But the world doesn’t seem to want either to succeed. Sophie’s college professor thinks her first major project is “too feminine.” Xavier’s father gives him an ultimatum: finish high school or be cut off from his inheritance.

Then Sophie and Xavier find themselves on a wild, nonstop Loveboat reunion, hatching a joint plan to take control of their futures. Can they succeed together . . . or are they destined to combust?


{Blog Tour} Royal Captive by Heather Frost

TITLE: Royal Captive (Fate of Eyrinthia #3)

GENRE: YA Fantasy Romance

RELEASE DAY: March 18, 2022



A DECOY trapped in a dangerous lie

A SERJAH searching for the truth

A PRINCE caught in a deadly game

A WORLD choked by secrets

Abducted during a devastating ambush, Clare is now the captive of ruthless mercenaries. Dragged through the wilderness while grieving heart-rending loss, she must maintain the illusion that she is the princess. Because if she lets the mask slip, even for a moment, the Mortisians will have no reason to keep her alive.

After arresting traitors close to the crown, Desfan fights to rebuild his court, knowing that the imminent arrival of the Devendran princess will further upset the precarious balance in Mortise. But Desfan’s world is rocked when he discovers a rumor that rewrites the most devastating event in his life. He will stop at nothing to find the truth–no matter where it leads.

As Grayson struggles to find his footing in Mortise, he discovers new friends and enemies. His life is further complicated by the tenuous alliance with his spymaster brother. With secrets deepening around him, Grayson must decide where his loyalties truly lie. Through it all, his heart remains in Ryden with Mia. Unfortunately, his love for her is no secret, and the Black Hand is a coveted weapon . . .

Eyrinthia holds its breath as allies and enemies collide. Secrets. Lies. Betrayals. Nothing will be the same.

My Review:

Are you ready to dive back into Eyrinthia?

A lot has happens since book two with our friends. Bennick life hangs in the balance, Claire is kidnapped as the princess, Grayson being buddy with Defan. , Serena trying to keep things together and willing to marry for peace not love. Plus there so many other characters which hard for me to keep track of, since I have eyes on Grayson the whole time.

I really did enjoyed book 3 of Eyrinthia series. The first book is Royal Decoy for some of my new readers on here. I think some of these characters will never catch a break in the series. Mostly my main focus is Grayson in the book. His story always have me sad for him. To me I’m fine with him being either evil or good. He just so good at being both.

There always more characters to fall in love with and root for. So many points of views. If I could, would do this whole review on Grayson, but ir won’t be fair for the other characters. Also the cliffhangers in this series is hurting me big time. Like I said I enjoy the story and the covers so much. The first book in series is Royal Decoy which is free for kindle to check out. Thanks for letting me a part of this blog tour..

Happy Reading!!!!



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When Wilf steps in for Bennick’s father during an important rite of passage at the military academy, he gets more than he bargained for. Eleven-year-old Bennick has a fight to pick with another student—a boy named Venn Grannard . . .

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Heather Frost is the author of the Seers trilogy and the Fate of Eyrinthia series. Her books have been Whitney Award Finalistsand Swoony Award Finalists. She has a BS in Creative Writing and a minor in Folklore, which means she got to read fairy tales and ghost stories and call it homework. When she’s not writing, Heather likes to read, travel, and hold Lord of the Rings movie marathons. She lives in a beautiful valley surrounded by towering mountains in northern Utah. To learn more about Heather and her books, visit her website:


{Blog Tour} The Words We Keep by Erin Stewart

Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for The Words We Keep by Erin Stewart.  This tour is being hosted by TBR and Beyond Tours.

The Words We Keep by Erin Stewart

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary

Publishing Date: March 15, 2022

A beautifully realistic, relatable story about mental health and the healing powers of art–perfect for fans of Girl in Pieces and How it Feels to Float.

It’s been three months since The Night on the Bathroom Floor–when Lily found her older sister Alice hurting herself. Ever since then, Lily has been desperately trying to keep things together, for herself and for her family. But now Alice is coming home from her treatment program and it is becoming harder for Lily to ignore all of the feelings she’s been trying to outrun.

Enter Micah, a new student at school with a past of his own. He was in treatment with Alice and seems determined to get Lily to process not only Alice’s experience, but her own. Because Lily has secrets, too. Compulsions she can’t seem to let go of and thoughts she can’t drown out.

When Lily and Micah embark on an art project for school involving finding poetry in unexpected places, she realizes that it’s the words she’s been swallowing that desperately want to break through.

My Review:

The Words We Keep was an emotional journey for Lily. She in the book has to deal with a lot. After she find her sister almost dying, she must pretend she this prefect daughter. Even if on the inside she feeling like crazy. Lily has thus fear that she might turn into her sister and don’t know how to coop with it. Her folks are hard to talk with and just sweep everything under the rug. Then she bumps into Micah who be able to help her to terms of getting help.

I did liked this book from the beginning to end. You can tell how much Lily was struggling throughout the read. This book have some trigger warnings for some readers so be careful when reading. The cover to the book was a nice touch and is relatable to it. I did enjoyed the chemistry between Micah and Lily. This was a nice read dealing with mental health. I’m thankful for being a part of this blog tour and don’t forget to add it to tbr.

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Erin Stewart is the author of SCARS LIKE WINGS, her debut novel. Erin is a graduate of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern and a BYU undergraduate who works as a freelance writer and editor, as well as a weekly columnist in Salt Lake City.

Erin lives in Utah with her husband and three children. She is represented by the amazing Rebecca Sherman of Writers House.

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The Rumor Game by Dhonielle Clayton and Sona Charaipotra


All it takes is one spark to start a blaze.

At Foxham Prep, a posh private school for the children of DC’s elite, a single rumor has the power to ruin a life.

Nobody knows that better than Bryn. She used to have it all—the perfect boyfriend, a bright future in politics, and even popularity, thanks to her best friend, cheer captain Cora. Then one mistake sparked a scandal that burned it all to the ground.

Now it’s the start of a new school year and the spotlight has shifted: It’s geeky Georgie, newly hot after a summer makeover, whose name is on everyone’s lips. When a rumor ignites, Georgie rockets up the school’s social hierarchy, pitting her and Cora against each other. It grants her Foxham stardom . . . but it also makes her a target.

As the rumors grow and morph, blazing like wildfire through the school’s social media, all three girls’ lives begin to unravel. But one person close to the drama has the power to stop the gossip in its tracks. The question is—do they even want to?

My Review:

Rumors can be hurtful even in high school. Some can be true or made up. Only you can decide on that.

Bryn caused a terrible account, was it really an accident?

Georgia lost weight and now a slot. Going after people guys.

Cora the popular girl must deal with her boyfriend cheating on her.

Bryn, Georgia and Cora are center around huge rumors at school. But what the real story behind those them. High can be tough as it is and now your center around rumors from everyone. What is really true? Who is starting these rumors in first place?

The Rumor Game book I did liked. It deals with the pressure of high school life. Each of three main characters dealing with family drama and school stuff. This book has some trigger warnings and can be sensitive to other readers. This book is kinda of a realistic of what high school life is. Sometimes you must block the negative online and live life thr best you can. Also learn who your real friends are. High school can be tough at times, but gonna try best to take it one day at a time. Also if your feeling overwhelmed, don’t be afraid to talking to an adult. This book deals with real issues and sensitive again for some readers when you go into it..