January Andrews writes bestselling romance. When she pens a happily ever after, he kills off his entire cast. They’re polar opposites. In fact, the only thing they have in common is that for the next three months, they’re living in neighboring beach houses, broke, and bogged down with writer’s block.
Probably best for 17 years and older. Cathy Nope. This is decidedly for adults. There are some pretty heavy sex scenes and 20 instances of strong language.
Henry wrote this novel with an intense and very real understanding of just how much that can change someone’s life. It’s heart wrenchingly accurate. You will feel January’s sadness seep through the pages so be ready.
Romance enthusiasts will undoubtedly enjoy Emily Henry’s Beach Read. … This is yet another novel that seems to hint at an ‘enemies-to-lovers’ romance but in actuality the two leads are never truly enemies or hostile towards each other.
January is the narrative’s protagonist, a 29-year-old romance writer. She is also the narrative’s first person narrator. Her best friend is Shadi . She makes a bet with Gus, a literary writer, about writing a book in each other’s genre.
|Product dimensions:||5.20(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.90(d)|
|Lexile:||HL650L (what’s this?)|
|Age Range:||14 – 17 Years|
At the end, January finally chooses to confront the mystery of her father’s affair by talking to his mistress and reading letters he wrote to January on all of her birthdays. I love how the letters he wrote her reveal that he was just a human who made some mistakes.
“The BEST book this author has ever written. It’s so incredibly deep, and sincerely explores a complex struggle between what you feel, and what is real. 5++++++ STARS.
Whoever sells their book first, wins. The loser has to help promote the other’s book. They also agree to educate each other on their respective genres. January and Gus each work on their books during the week, hang out at night, and on weekends they each get one day to plan an “educational” activity for the other.
Both characters go through a lot of emotional ups and downs. This book also didn’t feel summery to me. Yes, it’s hot and sticky during the day but no beach stuff really happens.
Conclusion. The Cruel Prince is a good dose of the story for a fantasy book lover. However, this novel is more suitable for teens above 15. There’s a touch of romance and rivalry in the book.
|Product dimensions:||4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.00(d)|
Beach Read is a delightfully captivating romance, and a touching gem for happy ending devotees. January Andrews arrives in North Bear Shores to get away from life’s stresses, tie up loose ends, and begin writing her fifth romance novel.
Right now, I have no plans to write sequels for either book.
It’s perfect for anyone who wants about as much romance as The Hunger Games, and the powers of The Young Elites! There is some violence, but overall it’s great for any 11 year old.
I recommend Red, White, & Royal Blue to anyone ages 15 and up, more specifically readers in high school or older. Anyone who is in this age range and enjoys a terrific, well-written enemies-to-lovers romance will absolutely love Red, White, & Royal Blue, and I can’t praise it any higher.
“A Million Junes” was actually written first, despite being Henry’s second novel. She felt that she wanted the novel to be even better than the first one. She says that it is not a sequel to “The Love that Split the World”, it is just a stand alone novel.
Although this book is a work of fiction, it is based on a true story. You might know someone who has experienced some form of domestic abuse. My mother is amongst these brave survivors, and I believe it is essential that the media gives domestic violence the exposure it deserves.
This story was inspired by events in my life, but mostly from events in my mother’s life. It was very important to me, for that reason, to do her story justice. And I’ll probably never do it again, because my life now is honestly not dramatic enough to make a good book.
“I think that these definitions are fairly simple: middle grade books feature pre-teen characters in situations of interest to 8-12 year olds, and YA novels feature teen protagonists in situations of interest to teen readers. … Think books like Percy Jackson and Skulduggery Pleasant.
Y/N is a genre of fanfiction, common in Tumblr, Wattpad and Twitter imagines in younger fandoms, where the writer lets the reader insert themselves into the story: “Y/N” (or “(YN)” and other variations) is meant to be replaced by the reader’s name while reading.
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 1.20(d)|
|Lexile:||640L (what’s this?)|
|Age Range:||12 – 17 Years|
The Cruel Prince is coming out To Be Announced (TBA).
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