The Grace Year by Kim Liggett

There are a ton of twists and turns within the book and I don’t want to give any of it away, but please know that this book is dark.  It’s incredibly written and I loved it, but there were many times I had to put it down, walk away for a while, and come back to it. But it’s definitely worth reading.  It’s really good-just really dark.  

If you love dystopian female empowerment stories, this is perfect for you.  

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The Downstairs Girl by Stacey Lee

The Downstairs Girl is a fast paced, well written story that tackles racism and sexism while providing an important insight into our nation’s history.  Jo is smart and ambitious and doesn’t let anything stop her from reaching her goal. I loved how she never backed down and always did what she felt was right.  Jo’s strength and determination was a great contrast to the sullen and snobbish Caroline.

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Claiming T-Mo Blog Tour!

Claiming T-Mo is a vividly written and imaginative story of love and family. The gorgeous cover tells it all-colorful, mystical, and with an intriguing world that defies time and space. I loved the writing, the story, and was drawn in from the very first page. If you love science fiction mixed with some fantastical elements-give this one a try.

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