Tag Archives: Teen

Befriending the Beast by Amanda Tero

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Befriending the Beast by Amanda Tero

32145092Befriending the Beast by Amanda Tero

Release Date: September 13, 2015

Genre: YA / Middle Grade / Fairytale Retelling

Series: Tales of Faith, Book One

Be sure to check out my review for the sequel, The Secret Slipper.

About the Book:

Belle has returned unannounced to the castle to restore her relationship with the king, her father. Her hopes are dashed with the devastating message: “The king refuses to see you.” Convinced that God has led her home, she is unwilling to return to Lord and Lady Kiralyn. Time is running out for the decision that will change her life. When tragedy strikes, will she and her father be pulled further apart or knit together? Could she stay at the castle even if she will never see her father again? Read the rest of this entry

Second Thoughts by Cara Bertrand

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Second Thoughts by Cara Bertrand

unnamedSecond Thoughts by Cara Bertrand

Release Date: October 1, 2014

Publisher: Luminis Book, Inc.

ISBN: 9781935462071

Genre: Fantasy / Paranormal / Young Adult / Science Fiction / Romance

Series: The Sentenia, Book 2

Man, I thought the first book was good. This was even better. So much drama. So intense. This is a quick read that I constantly found myself flipping through the pages to find out what happens next.

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Lost in Thought by Cara Bertrand

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Lost in Thought by Cara Bertrand

18722328Lost in Thought by Cara Bertrand

Release Date: April 25, 2014

Publisher:  Luminis Books, Inc.

ISBN: 9781935462934

Genre: Fantasy / Paranormal / Romance / Young Adult / Science Fiction

Series: The Sentenia, Book 1

Let’s just be honest, I was automatically drawn in by the cover. It’s gorgeous and makes you wonder what it’s about. I enjoy books that have young teens feeling different from the world and discovering they have powers. Lost in Thought is very different from most books because while it does take place at a boarding school with teens who have too much freedom and money, that isn’t the sole purpose of the book.

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