Hey all! I hope you have been enjoying the new year so far.
Here are a handful of some new teen chick lit books that are/were released in January and February 2013. Many of these are Ebooks and may be re-releases. Click on any book below to read a synopsis:
- Anatomy of a Single Girl by Daria Snadowsky
- Blaze by Laurie Boyle Crompton
- Cross My Heart, Hope To Die by Sara Shepard
- Her Teen Dream: Summer Heartbreak by Devon Vaughn Archer
- Losing It by Eliza Jane
- Perfect Summer by Karen King
- Sunny’s Great Discovery by Debra Palmer
- Sunny’s Great, Big World by Debra Palmer
- Scandal: The Ivy by Lauren Kunze and Rina Onur
(New reviews to come soon!)
Hello everyone! Happy Holidays 2012. Keep an eye out for some brand new reviews in the next few
days weeks. I spent a day and a half in bed and did a LOT of reading, so I have a pile of books to review!
In the meantime, here are some new and recent teen chick lit releases – click on any book for more information:
- Bittersweet by Sarah Ockler
- Charmed and Dangerous: A Clique Prequel by Lisi Harrison
- Crushed by Dawn Rae Miller
- Death of a Kleptomaniac by Kristen Tracy
- Populazzi by Elise Allen
- Prettiest Doll by Gina Willner-Pardo
- Rockoholic by C. J. Skuse
- V Is For Virgin by Kelly Oram
The Daughters Break The Rules
by Joanna Philbin
reviewed by Rian Montgomery
This book is second in the four-part The Daughters series. Each book tells the story of one of the four famous daughters (who are also best friends) featured in the series. The Daughters Break The Rules is the second in the series and focuses on Carina Jurgensen, daughter of the extremely wealthy and powerful Karl Jurgensen. At the beginning of the story we find out she had just leaked a scandalous family secret, and her father tries shipping her off to a boarding school in California. Thankfully for Carina, that doesn’t pan out, and she goes back to New York with her father. However, she is in for quite the surprise when he decides to cut her off from the family fortune for an indeterminable time, giving her a mere $20 a week as allowance. Carina is determined to prove that she is no spoiled brat (despite what others think) and sets out to prove herself. Continue reading Review: The Daughters Break The Rules
by Donna Cooner
Reviewed by Rian Montgomery
Ever Davies is a fifteen year old girl weighing just over 300 pounds who is consistently haunted by this ‘voice’ in her head that basically tells her that everyone thinks she is disgusting, fat and other vicious things. She’s named the voice ‘Skinny’. As a result of listening and believing ‘Skinny’, life hasn’t been easy. She’s alienated friends and family, except for Rat, an extremely smart (and cute) guy friend who has stuck by her side over the years.
After an extremely embarrassing chair-breaking incident that happened in front of most of her peers at school, Ever decides to undergo gastric bypass surgery, not without some trepidation. ‘Skinny’ certainly isn’t all for it. But Ever goes for it anyway, Continue reading Review: Skinny
Hey everyone! Happy Fall 2012. I’ve been working on adding lots of new information and books to this website. Here’s what has been recently added:
Latest Book Additions:
…and many more. Check out our full book section here!
Here are some new and recent teen chick lit releases from late summer 2012 to early Fall 2012*… have you read them all yet?
Make sure to check this site frequently, as some of these books will be reviewed in upcoming weeks!
Click each book for a synposis and details:
- A Midsummer Tights Dream by Louise Rennison
- Beneath The Glitter by Elle & Blair Fowler
- Don’t You Wish by Roxanne St. Clair
- Just Flirt by Laura Bowers
- Kiss & Blog by Alyson Noel
- Over You by Emma Mclaughlin & Nicola Kraus
- Smart Girls Get What They Want by Sarah Strohmeyer
- Such A Rush by Jennifer Echols
- Vicious Little Darlings by Katherine Easer
- Wicked Jealous by Robin Palmer
- Withering Tights by Louise Rennison
*Please note that some of these are paperback or re-releases
52 Reasons To Hate My Father
by Jessica Brody
reviewed by Rian Montgomery
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Nearly 18-year old Lexington (Lexi) Larrabee is a spoiled rotten heiress with a life most people dream about, complete with a brand new $500,000 car (which at the beginning of the book, she has just accidentally driven through a convenience store window while inebriated), servants, private jets, rich friends and enough money to buy anything she wants. The only problem is her billionaire, cold and always absent father who has a legion of employees working for him.
A few weeks after the car accident (that cost her father $1.7 million to ‘clean up’ in the press) Continue reading Review: 52 Reasons To Hate My Father