Review: A Girl Called Dust by V.B Marlowe (Kindle Unlimited)

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Arden Moss is used to being invisible. The kids at her high school call her Dust—something that no one pays attention to, that doesn’t matter. Then one impossible moment changes her life. When a boy named Fletcher gets hit by a speeding bus, she runs to help him, only to discover that he’s unscathed. He tells her it’s because he’s not entirely human…just like her. 

This book encapsulates what it means to be an awkward teenager. To not fit in with your family. To lose your best friends to the beast of popularity.

Unfortunately for the main character, Arden, she is also a monster. Part-Banshee and Part-Wendigo!

This book, and the books that come after it are brilliant. I must say that my favourite character is a tie between Fletcher and Arden.

Fletcher is unapologetically brilliant and hilarious. Witty and oblivious.

This book isn’t what you would expect at all. Marlowe throws enough curve balls that you don’t expect the book to end the way it does.

5/5

M x

Review: Cinder & Ella by Kelly Oram (Kindle Unlimited)

 

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Kelly Oram has a unique ability to transport you into the world of fame and drama that is so well rounded and developed you can’t help falling in love with her books.

Cinder & Ella links worlds with the V is for Virgin series, springing off from a minor character (Brian) and explaining his story. I particularly liked the internet friend aspect of this story.

I love the premise and the characters, particularly Ellamara.

I don’t want to give too much away, but you must read this book if you love a good YA romance.

5/5

M x

Review: Mr Popular by Nicole London (Kindle Unlimited)

 

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Everyone loves a good YA, popular crush trope don’t they? Mr Popular, the brother’s best friend and the innocent heroine.

This kind of book is my guilty pleasure. Whilst Mr Popular has a good back story and some turmoil thrown in for good measure, I can only give it 4/5, but it does the job. It’s a light read, without many real surprises but you know what you are getting into.

M x

Review: Faking it series by Chloe Walsh

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I am addicted to Chloe Walsh’s writing. I love her Carter Kids series and absolutely devoured the Broken series. So when this first book of this series: ‘Off Limits’ went on sale, I didn’t hesitate. My only gripe was that it wasn’t long enough. I wanted more.

Adriana is an innocent girl and Nate is a boy from the trailer park on the wrong side of the tracks. This book has all of the trademark turmoil that Walsh is known for. The teenage angst and parental drama. I love this series, have inhaled the first two books and wait on tenderhooks for the rest to come down the pipe line.

Chloe Walsh has done it again with this sexy, desperate, devastating, YA romance.

Five out of five Ms Walsh. Everything this author writes is gold.

“Adriana is the privileged daughter of business mogul, Clive Davis, and town socialite, Liv. Blessed with wealth, beauty, and a football hero older brother, to the outside world Andi looks like the quintessential daddy’s little rich girl, but looks can be deceiving.

The truth is Andi’s life is far from perfect…”

 

M x