Review: “Spin the Dawn” by Elizabeth Lim

I’m not entirely sure what I expected out of this book and I’m even less sure that I got it.  It’s one of those books that I have to think very carefully about what to say because, while I was happy to finish it, it wouldn’t have killed me if I hadn’t. And I thinkContinue reading “Review: “Spin the Dawn” by Elizabeth Lim”

Review: “If We Were Us” by K.L. Walther

Oh man to be young, in love, and dramatic as hell. This story was an odd mix of quick page turning because I loved everything that was happening, and Jesus Christ I simply cannot stand these dumbass kids.  But hey, maybe that’s just teenagers. What’s this book about, you ask? Sage and Charlie are simplyContinue reading “Review: “If We Were Us” by K.L. Walther”

Review: “The Love Study” by Kris Ripper

This was a cute little romantic comedy that catches the realities of dating in 2020 at a time where sexuality is such a fluid concept and people are being respected more and more for who they identify as. It is, in part, a wholly progressive lens on where we as a society have advanced to.Continue reading “Review: “The Love Study” by Kris Ripper”

Review: “The Camino Club” by Kevin Craig

There are books that you really want to like, and there are books that really want you to like them. The Camino Club falls somewhere in between those two categories.  The Camino Club— cleverly named for the other famous delinquent group, The Breakfast Club— follows the story of three teenagers who’ve been given the choiceContinue reading “Review: “The Camino Club” by Kevin Craig”