Tag: romance

Our Aesthetic Love

A coming of age story about someone who alternates “aesthetics,” hoping that the person they have a crush on will return their feelings.

Special A

It’s fun to watch this anime about the silly antics and crazy adventures of a group of intellectually gifted, super wealthy students.

Glass Mask

If you love the theatre or are an aspiring actor, you will like this anime about a teenage girl who trains to be a stage actress.

Princesses Don’t Get Fat, by Aya Ling

A fairy tale romance with a plus-sized heroine and plenty of dessert! Amazon Page: http://www.amazon.com/Princesses-Dont-Get-Fat-ebook/dp/B00AXOP7MY (This book is currently FREE on Amazon Kindle!) Amazon Summary: Princess Valeria of Amaranta is fat, but she doesn’t care. All she wants is to eat a lot and lead an idle life. When it is apparent that she cannot […]

Nobody’s Secret, by Michaela MacColl

Emily Rachelle Reviews, by Emily A novel of intrigue and romance This was a really nice book. I’ve always loved Emily Dickinson’s poetry and the days before I read a variety of genres were filled with mysteries like these. Every chapter started with some lines by Emily that really fit the tone of that chapter. The emotions […]

Broken Wings, by Shannon Dittemore

Emily Rachelle Reviews, by Emily Angels with wings of blade. Demons with renewed sight. And a girl who has never been more broken. This book started off a little slow, but once I got into it I was reminded of all sorts of little details from the first book that I’d forgotten. The writing was […]

A Change of Fortune, by Jen Turano

by Emily Rachelle Comedy of manners meets comedy of errors. This book was highly praised by a friend of mine, and the cover looked beautiful and very high-end and professional. Before I start being a Debbie Downer, let me point out that there were moments when this book had me laughing out loud.  So it’s […]

Princess Bellarina by Marilyn Obsuna

Bookshelf of a (Maybe) Teen Author, by Emily Russell An engaging and innovative fairy tale that celebrates the fundamental strength of a woman’s love. I just want to start out by saying this book is from a vanity press; this means the author paid Dorrance Publishing instead of the other way around. This isn’t necessarily […]

Cindy Ella by Robin Palmer

Bookshelf of a (Maybe) Teen Author, by Emily Russell. “This formulaic, fairy-tale-based romance will be a favorite with girls.” – School Library Journal This book starts with Cindy’s letter to Castle Heights High’s newspaper editor. Of course, none of her letters are ever printed, so it doesn’t really matter that the whole thing is about […]