The Boyfriend Bet

The Boyfriend Bet by Chirs Cannon So I’m not going into big detail on this story but I did enjoy it, it just wasn’t something I would expect coming from past books I’ve read by this publisher. To me this story seemed to be the start of a potential abusive relationship. Neither one of the character seem mature enough to be in a relationship. It might give teenagers the idea it’s ok to threaten bodily harm to your boyfriend or girlfriend. In most abusive relationship it starts with fights just like this couple had then arguing, threats, a push here and shove there. I was not ok with this book portraying that Zoe and Grant had a healthy relationship, theirs was toxic to each other for every good moment they had three bad moments. 


Daring The Bad Boy

Daring The Bad Boy by Monica Murphy Oh to be a teenager and fall in love for that first magically time! Jake is the bad boy who is acting out from a devastating loss and Annie is a character after my own heart, a bookworm who is quite and a loner. I could relate to this book on so many different levels first love, complete opposites, and everything at risk for just the chance to make each other smile! 


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Beneath the Void (Fighting Chance #2)

by Elisa Dane

Publication Date: August 15, 2016

Publisher: Swoon Romance



Sadie Reynolds is drowning.


Months have passed since Ian Daniels and Newton Daily opened fire at Atwood High school, killing dozens of students before turning the guns on themselves.


Determined to pay tribute to her fallen classmates and teachers, Sadie’s thrown herself into the memorial project at the newly rebuilt school. But it’s not enough. Horrific dreams of the shooting intertwined with memories of the night her mother was murdered keep her up at night and haunt her during the day.


The constant stream of hate raining down on her from faceless social media trolls only make matters worse. Her boyfriend, Hayden brings the only source of relief when he sneaks in to sleep next to her on nights her dad is at work.


Desperate for normalcy, Sadie fills every waking moment of her day with anything to take her mind off her pain. If she’s exhausted, she’ll be too tired to acknowledge the new threat gunning for her.


BENEATH the VOID is book 2 in Elisa Dane’s Fighting Chance series, a hard-hitting and unapologetically raw look at teen violence in schools and the aftermath of learning to pick up the pieces and heal.










Sadie Reynolds is a liar with secrets. At school, she’s part of the popular crowd known as AE, despite being broken inside. She hides it well. She has to. The slightest bit of imperfection will land her in the same shoes as her Geeky neighbor named Ian.

Ian and his only friend are the object of Sadie’s friends’ ridicule, ire, and entertainment. The AE rule the school with intimidation and retribution against anyone who would dare question their supremacy.

Sadie steers clear of most of it, terrified someone will find out her secret. She isn’t the least bit perfect. In fact, she suffers from PTSD stemming from the murder of her mother right before her eyes when she was a child. She can barely cope from day-to-day, hiding her truth and trying to fit in. But she knows it’s only a matter of time.

Hayden is a “Waverly,” a kid with the misfortune of living in the small farming town of Waverly that borders the very affluent Lexington Parrish. The AE doesn’t mix with “Waverlies.” Ever.

Desperate to get away from her oppressive friends, Sadie crashes into Hayden at a bonfire and the attraction that sparks between them is nothing short of electric. But Hayden’s an outsider and when things heat up, Sadie will be forced to choose between her friends and her new boyfriend.

Only Queen Bee Britt isn’t having it. She will not allow Sadie to cross her. Sadie can either do what Britt wants her to do or she will reveal Sadie for the PTSD freak that she is.

Sadie does some soul searching about who she is and who she wants to be. She can’t live her life like this. Not any more. One fateful night will help her see how much things have to change.

She’s determined to no longer allow the AE to rule her life. She will be strong, stand up for Ian and love who she wants in Hayden. Determined and invigorated, Sadie goes to school feeling hopeful for the first time in forever.

But, the unthinkable happens.

Shooters attack dozens of students before the two eventually take their own lives, leaving the school a decimated shadow of what it once was.

Suddenly who lives where, wears what or loves whom seems like the least of Lexington Parish’s problems as everyone and everything changes forever in the after.

IN THE AFTER by Elisa Dane is a hard-hitting and heart-warming story of tragedy, love, loss and redemption. It is recommended for readers 14+.

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Elisa Dane loves books, chocolate, reality television, her family, and All Star Cheerleading. Not necessarily in that order! She writes contemporary YA romance with cheerleaders. Yep. She writes what she knows, and it’s her hope that her stories will not only take you on a romantic journey that will warm your heart, but that you’ll find a new respect for the sport of All Star Cheerleading you may not have had before. She’s represented by Brittany Booker of the Booker/Albert Agency, and has published a NA paranormal series under her real name, Lisa Sanchez.



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Keeping Her Secret 

***Recieved a free copy for a honest review***

Keeping Her Secret by Sarah Nicolas Two Girls One Kiss that changed them! I really did enjoy this story it was a great story for teens who struggle with being true with their selves! I felt bad for Riya having to hide her true feelings for Courtney that she has had for years! I totally got where Courntey was coming from her parents would have had me acting the same way!!!