Three hyper-pretentious music nerds break out of jazz band camp to start a band and go on tour across America.
I was really excited to read Ever the Hunted when I learned that Sarah J Maas liked it because I’m a bit of a Maas fangirl right now. Unfortunately, I don’t think that this book lived up to the hype.
Hahaha… this should be a really easy (and yet really sad) post because I’m constantly adding books to my TBR mountain without reading them.
Stevie’s parents have sent her to a treatment centre to deal with her eating disorder, but what they don’t realize is that she will be gone long before anyone can force her to “get better”. The Anniversary is coming soon, and she is ready to pay with her life to atone for her misdeeds.
Santana Jones is a no-nonsense, high profile attorney who has found herself in possession of a very unique mirror that allows her to see into the spirit world. But the mirror proves to be more than just a window, and she soon learns that not all the dead are harmless ghosts.
Many of us had imaginary friends as children, but what if they suddenly came back and weren’t exactly imaginary anymore?
Have you ever read a book and thought, “I can’t believe it’s over! I must read more books like this!” and then immediately purchase all the books by that author, or go on a desperate search through Goodreads to find something similar?