My favorite place to read a book is in front of the Christmas tree. The holidays were quiet at my house this year, giving me a chance to read some very fun YA novels:
THE ESPRESSOLOGIST by Kristina Springer Humor in the line of the popular AUDREY WAIT, THE ESPRESSOLOGIST centers around a coffee house barista. When Jane starts matchmaking friends and customers based on their coffee drink choices, her ambitious manager pushes the scheme out of Jane’s control. Very funny, clean romance.
PRADA AND PREJUDICE by Mandy Hubbard A high school sophomore on trip to England travels back in time to the early 1800s, and local titled family mistakes her for a long-lost American friend. Austen-type misunderstandings are complicated further by Callie’s modern attitude. A super fun read for Austen fans.
IMPOSSIBLE by Nancy Werlin A high school senior is fated to perform the impossible tasks from the song “Scarborough Fair” to save her family. I loved how every character in this book was well thought out and clearly doing his or her best. Add a touchingly written romance and this book was impossible to put down.
Did you get a chance to read over the holidays? Can you pass on any recommendations?