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review 2019-06-25 15:14
Review: Ask Me Anything by Molly E. Lee
Ask Me Anything - Molly E. Lee



“Edgy and smart with a sweet and sexy core.” —Rachel Harris, New York Times bestselling author of Eyes on Me

I should’ve kept my mouth shut.

But Wilmont Academy’s been living in the Dark Ages when it comes to sex ed, and someone had to take matters into her own hands. Well, I’m a kick-ass coder, so I created a totally anonymous, totally untraceable blog where teens can come to get real, honest, nothing-is-off-limits sex advice.

And holy hell, the site went viral—and we’re talking way beyond Wilmont—overnight. Who knew this town was so hard up?

Except now the school administration is trying to shut me down, and they’ve forced Dean—my coding crush, aka the hottest guy in school—to try to uncover who I am. If he discovers my secret, I’ll lose him forever. And thousands of teens who need real advice won’t have anyone to turn to.

Ask me anything…except how to make things right.




I really enjoyed this book. This book is so much more than about a hacker girl that creates a website to fight the schools archaic sex-ed, all while falling for the hot hacker boy in school.

It is funny, sweet, romantic, heartbreaking, healing, informative and so much more.

I loved the writing, the dual POVs that just sucked me into their world. I also couldn’t help than just really like Amber and Dean and their supporting cast. I thought the characters and content where well thought out and written. Some of it, like the principal, was needed but a bit much at times ………. I think some of that could have been toned down a bit and still got the point across.

 Overall, I really enjoyed this book very much and highly recommend it.

I rate it 4 ★



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review 2019-02-23 06:36
The Thorn And The Sinking Stone
The Thorn and the Sinking Stone (Entangled Teen) - CJ Dushinski

It's been a while since The Thorn and the Sinking Stone was added to my shelves, so the details of the blurb were a bit blurry at the start but it became clear very quickly it was based on Romeo and Juliet. Now, I like Shakespeare, but have always been unable to like that insta-romance between two teenagers.

The book has a dystopian setting, but it's good you're reminded about it every now and then, since the world building is so sparse that you would completely forget. Apparently a Final War has raged and the survivors go about as warring gangs. What happened with the rest of the world remains unclear, though they would have enough means of transportation to figure it out. Another consequence of this war, at least that was what was claimed by the dystopian government, was the introduction of the Cursed, people with enhanced abilities. Which you can test for with a blood sample and which, as good old dystopian governments are wont to do with everything they don't fully understand/control, needs to be exterminated. It is a shame, because I for one would have liked to read more about the world and how it came to be.

Instead, the book is filled with the (blooming) romance between the children of two of the warring gangs, who immediately feel, after a kind of Peeta-and-the-bread moment, that the other is so special that they would die for each other. Luckily both are both Cursed with some useful abilities, or they wouldn't have lasted long. It was insta-love, and overall I felt the romance played too big a role in the story.

With a bit more world building and a lot less insta-love, I think I really would have liked the story. Now, unfortunately, it wasn't for me.

Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review! 




This was my read for square 1 of Snakes and Ladders, since the author is female, I get to roll two dice:

This brings me to square 12. Author's last name begins with the letters T, U, V, W, X, Y, or Z. I'm currently reading Vivatera by Candace J. Thomas, so that fits.



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text 2018-08-21 08:10
Beat the Back to School Blues Entangled Teen Sale

Summer may be winding down and the school year is kicking off soon. Beat those back to school blues with some of these great steals.

15 amazing YA reads on sale for just 99¢ each!

Fantasy, mystery, contemporary, paranormal and more! No matter what you are in the mood for you will find it here.


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review 2018-02-16 07:10
Blog Tour w/Review - The Dating Debate




About The Dating Debate:

Nina Barnes thinks Valentine’s Day should be optional. That way single people like her wouldn’t be subjected to kissy Cupids all over the place. That is, until her mom moves them next door to the brooding hottie of Greenbrier High, West Smith. He’s funny, looks amazing in a black leather jacket, and he’s fluent in Harry Potter, but she’s not sure he’s boyfriend material. 


West isn’t sure what to make of Nina. She’s cute and loves to read as much as he does, but she seems to need to debate everything and she has a pathological insistence on telling the truth. And West doesn’t exactly know how to handle that, since his entire life is a carefully constructed secret. Dating the girl next door could be a ton of fun, but only if Nina never finds out the truth about his home life. It’s one secret that could bring them together or rip them apart. 


Disclaimer: This Entangled Teen Crush book is not for anyone who has to get in the last word, but it is for all book nerds, especially those who live next door to so called unapproachable gorgeous guys. There’s no debating the chemistry. 


Buylinks: https://entangledpublishing.com/the-dating-debate.html




Excerpt from The Dating Debate:


“So, this whole dance thing?” West picked up a fork, took a bite of rice, and stared at me like he was waiting for me to give him an easy out. Not going to happen. Mess with a smart girl and suffer the consequences.


“You started it,” was the most amusing response I could come up with.


“No.” He shook his head as if trying to emphasize his response. “You started it when you invited me in for dinner.”


“Why? Because I knew you’d rather eat dirt than join us for rice? That’s your fault for being a suck-up and carrying my mom’s food.”


“I was being nice,” he shot back.


“No good deed goes unpunished.” I batted my eyelashes at him. “Besides, I was going to help her before you rushed over.”


He looked at me like I was crazy. “So I shouldn’t have helped your mom, but it’s okay for you to shove Cole off on Vicky.”


“Please. He’s a nice guy. She’ll fall for him...maybe because he’s the total opposite of you.”


He pointed his fork at me. “Where do you get off judging me?”


“I’m not judging you. I meant you’re all black-leather- jacket-brooding loner guy, and he’s Mr.-Happy-Sunshine- everyone-is-my-friend.”


“Fine. Mr. Sunshine is out of the way now, so there’s no need for us to go to the dance.”


“Nice try,” I said. “We’re going to the dance.”




“Because you said we were,” I said. “And lying is never acceptable. Don’t stress about this. I’m not proposing we run off to Mexico and get matching his-and-her tattoos. We’ll just go to the dance together. No big deal.”


“Right. Nothing is ever that simple.”








The Dating Debate (Dating Dilemmas, #1)The Dating Debate by Chris Cannon
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Nina thinks that certain holidays are just a bunch of hooey. She knows from personal experience that some relationships never work out. Instead, she tries to debate her surly neighbor and finds she may be attracted to him.

West is not sure what to make of his neighbor. She seems like an attractive person. She just always seems to take the opposition's position. Why do some women do that?

This was a book that had me laughing out loud at parts. These characters were fun to read. They do seem like opposites attract. The part where they compliment each other with their issues is a bonus.

***This ARC copy was given in exchange for an honest review, by Netgalley and its publisher.

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About Chris Cannon:

Chris Cannon is the award-winning author of the Going Down In Flames series and the Boyfriend Chronicles. She lives in Southern Illinois with her husband and several furry beasts.

She believes coffee is the Elixir of Life. Most evenings after work, you can find her sucking down caffeine and writing fire-breathing paranormal adventures or romantic comedies. You can find her online at www.chriscannonauthor.com.


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review 2016-02-16 01:43
Cinderella's Dress by Shonna Slayton
Cinderella's Dress (Entangled Teen) - Shonna Slayton

This book was amazing.  It hooked me right from the start.  This book takes place in one of my favorite time periods to read and learn about- World War II.  The author tied that into the story and it fit together perfectly.  I absolutely loved all the characters and this book was just perfect.  The writing was beautiful and I cannot wait to get my hands on the next and last book of this series.  

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