Reviews by Tag: relationships

Teen Review
The Princess and the Hound by Mette Ivie Harrison

The Princess and the Hound

By Mette Ivie Harrison
3
Rated by
Micaela R.
Jun 16, 2021

Prince George has tried his entire life to be like his father, but in his magic, he will always be like his mother. Animal magic, the ability to understand and talk to animals, has never been officially outlawed by his father, but those with animal magic are rarely left to live in peace, and before her death, George’s mother made it clear that his magic was best left a secret—even from his father. When the king of a rival kingdom offers his daughter, Princess Beatrice, in marriage, George can’t refuse. Princess Beatrice is unlike any woman George has ever met.

Teen Review
Ignite Me by Tahereh Mafi

Ignite Me

By Tahereh Mafi
5
Rated by
Taylor E.
May 8, 2021

Ignite Me is the third book in Tahereh Mafi’s Shatter Me series, and it’s by far my favorite in the series so far. This book begins when Juliette wakes up after being shot. She is told by Warner that the war is over and Omega Point and all of its people are gone. Juliette then finds Kenji, who leads her to the handful of others that survived, including Adam.

Teen Review
Unravel Me by Tahereh Mafi

Unravel Me

By Tahereh Mafi
4
Rated by
Taylor E.
May 6, 2021

Unravel Me​ is the second book in the ​Shatter Me​ series by Tahereh Mafi. This book contains a lot of relationship drama between Juliette and Adam, as well as growing chemistry between Juliette and Warner. After Juliette is summoned by Warner's father to save her captive friends, Warner is brought to Omega Point as a hostage. Warner's character development in this book is profound as his relationship with Juliette quickly develops.

Teen Review
Before by Anna Todd

Before

By Anna Todd
3
Rated by
Taylor E.
Feb 16, 2021

Before is the final book of Anna Todd’s After series. This book gives some insight into a few of the characters’ lives before After takes place and provides a retelling of the beginning and end of Tessa and Hardin’s relationship through Hardin’s point of view.

Teen Review
After Ever Happy by Anna Todd

After Ever Happy

By Anna Todd
3
Rated by
Taylor E.
Feb 6, 2021

After Ever Happy​ is the final book in the ​After ​series written by Anna Todd. This book follows Tessa and Hardin as they adjust to living in different states to get space from one another and experience personal growth. This book had a different vibe than the rest of the series; it had more of a somber tone than the others, which I didn’t love.

Teen Review
After We Fell by Anna Todd

After We Fell

By Anna Todd
4
Rated by
Taylor E.
Feb 5, 2021

After We Fell​, the third installment of Anna Todd’s ​After​ series, might just be the best book in the series. Tessa and Hardin learn to live separately and travel to England for Hardin’s mom’s wedding. Throughout all of this, Hardin and Tessa actually seem to learn how to communicate for the most part, and a lot of drama arises surrounding both Hardin and Tessa’s parents.

Teen Review
Sadie by Courtney Summers

Sadie

By Courtney Summers
5
Rated by
Rana S.
Feb 2, 2021

Sadie is a dual-narrative book following Sadie Hunter, a 19-year-old girl on the hunt to find the man who killed her sister, and West McCray, the radio personality tracing her footsteps for a true-crime podcast.

Sadie’s 13-year-old sister, Mattie, went missing and was later found dead. The police have no suspects, but Sadie has one, and she’s determined to find him.

Staff Review

The Edge of Never

By J.A. Redmerski
5
Rated by Debbie F.
Aug 26, 2014

Camryn and Andrew both have secrets. And when they unexpectedly meet on a Greyhound bus they prove that fate can’t be ignored. Andrew has decided to take a bus to Wyoming rather than catch a flight to see his father. Camryn has hopped on the bus with no particular destination in mind.  From the moment Andrew steps on the bus, he is drawn to Camryn, and their first contact is intense. She thinks he is pompous, he thinks she is beautiful.

Staff Review

The Edge of Never

By J.A. Redmerski
5
Rated by Debbie F.
Aug 26, 2014

Camryn and Andrew both have secrets. And when they unexpectedly meet on a Greyhound bus they prove that fate can’t be ignored. Andrew has decided to take a bus to Wyoming rather than catch a flight to see his father. Camryn has hopped on the bus with no particular destination in mind.  From the moment Andrew steps on the bus, he is drawn to Camryn, and their first contact is intense. She thinks he is pompous, he thinks she is beautiful.

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