Tag Archive | Young Adult
The great thing about MY Janette Rallison read-a-thon is I get to read all different kinds of genres. With a Janette Rallison novel you can read funny, YA, MG, clean romances; With C.J. Hill you’ll read YA, Action, Fantasy, Sci-fi, and Paranormal; With Sierra St. James you can read LDS fiction with sweet romances. I love them all and find them very […]
My read-a-thon for all Janette Rallison books is coming along. I was a little slower at reading because I went out of town to a small family get together in New Mexico. However, I did get some reading done and I finished the ‘My Fairy Godmother Series’ and I want to share my reviews: My […]
Janette is traveling around the world and I’m certain she is coming up with some great book ideas. Meanwhile, I’m home living vicariously through her adventurous life and reading her books. Just One Wish Children with Cancer is a sad topic and even though the subject is heavy in this book there’s plenty of humor. Annika sneaks off […]
“Just to be difficult, I asked for grapes then pretended to be an Egyptian goddess, with slaves fanning her with palm fronds while they fed her peeled grapes. Dane refused to peel my grapes or to fan me with palm fronds, but I still referred to him as “slave boy” anyway.
“Slave boy, can you get me a pillow for my feet?”
“Slave boy, I’d like some potato chips now.”
He smiled when I gave him these instructions and always said, “As you wish.”
I’m still going strong on my Read-a-thon of all Janette Rallison books. Today is April 7th and I’ve read a total of 6 books. Here’s my Book reviews: (ALL 5 STARS! of course) “Playing the Field” – The point of view in this book you get into the mind of a teenager boy experiencing his […]
A scene from a book kept playing in my mind where the main character pushes a boy into a pool at a country club rich kid’s party. It sounded like a Janette Rallison kind of story and I wanted to read it again. I went to my bookshelf and found the one I was thinking […]
Adelle is determined that the people at her new high school won’t learn her secret–she can hear demons. But when she overhears some celebrating the school quarterback’s upcoming death, she knows she has to do something to prevent it from happening. Handsome, popular Levi doesn’t appreciate her self-appointed role of guardian angel. And while she’s keeping him safe, she has to try and keep her heart safe too.