CleanLit Review: PERSUASION by Jane Washington and Jaymin Eve

Willa Knight: Dweller? Bad-ass? Notorious pet to five magical beings?

In Blesswood, there are rules, and someone is trying to teach her how to follow them. The only problem is Willa. Which shouldn’t be anything new, since she has been a problem since birth—something her pseudo-sister Emmy would agree on.

So it definitely shouldn’t be new … but it is.

Because things are starting to happen that have never happened before.

Things are starting to get …chaotic.

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CleanLit Review: THE KISSING BOOTH by Beth Reekles

Meet Elle Evans: pretty, popular – and never been kissed. Meet Noah Flynn: badass, volatile – and a total player. When Elle decides to run a kissing booth for the school carnival, she never imagines she’ll sit in it – or that her first ever kiss … [Continue reading]

CleanLit Review: BLOOD OF THE EARTH: SOULWOOD by Faith Hunter

Nell Ingram, who wields powers as old as the earth. When Nell Ingram met skinwalker Jane Yellowrock, she was almost alone in the world, exiled by both choice and fear from the cult she was raised in, defending herself with the magic she drew from her … [Continue reading]

CleanLit Review: CATCH-22 by Joseph Heller

Set in Italy during World War II, this is the story of the incomparable, malingering bombardier, Yossarian, a hero who is furious because thousands of people he has never met are trying to kill him. But his real problem is not the enemy—it is his own … [Continue reading]

CleanLit Review: THE DREAM GUY NEXT DOOR by Lauren Blakely

Just my luck – my new next door neighbor is a unicorn. Yep, the British hottie is clearly a mythical man because – get this – he’s a sexy, witty, charming, big-hearted single dad. Read More … [Continue reading]

CleanLit Review: BLOOD NUMBERS by C.F. Kreitzer

There are only two kinds of people left on the earth: Donors and Recipients. Sixteen-year-old Aston Vazeto hates the idea of selling her blood for money and is determined to be the first Donor in New World history to never donate. But after a … [Continue reading]

CleanLit Review: STAR DAUGHTER by Shveta Thakrar

The daughter of a star and a mortal, Sheetal is used to keeping secrets. Pretending to be “normal.” But when an accidental flare of her starfire puts her human father in the hospital, Sheetal needs a full star’s help to heal him. A star like her … [Continue reading]

CleanLit Review: THE OTHER BENNET SISTER by Janice Hadlow

What if Mary Bennet’s life took a different path from that laid out for her in Pride and Prejudice? What if the frustrated intellectual of the Bennet family, the marginalized middle daughter, the plain girl who takes refuge in her books, eventually … [Continue reading]

CleanLit Review: JANE IN LOVE by Rachel Givney

Bath, England, 1803. At 28, Jane Austen prefers walking and reading to balls and assemblies; she dreams of someday publishing her carefully crafted stories. Already on the shelf and in grave danger of becoming a spinster, Jane goes searching for a … [Continue reading]

CleanLit Review: BOY ON HOLD by JD Spero

After witnessing a brutal attack next door, seven-year-old Hen swears his teen brother Tyler had nothing to do with it. But Tyler’s terrifying psychosis complicates the truth. Will Hen convince everyone of Tyler’s innocence, or will he lead his … [Continue reading]