Cause who needs to stay ahead of the review queue anyway?!
House of Shadows by Nicola Cornick - because it's for "fans of Kate Morton"
Everything All At Once by Katrina Leno - love the premise, big fan of the author's twitter
Avenged by Amy Tintera (Ruined #2) - the first wasn't great but it was fun so why not?
Romancing the Throne by Nadia Jolie Courtney - seems like a YA version of The Royal We and do I need to continue?
The Lost Kingdom of Bamarre by Gail Carson Levine (The Two Princesses of Bamarre #.5) - I will always read GCL's princess books
Duels and Deceptions by Cindy Anstey - I liked her first and this seems cute, if not exactly cutting edge
Words in Deep Blue by Cath Crowley - aaaah! I loved this author's previous book so *hearteyes*
The Crown's Fate by Evelyn Skye (The Crown's Game #2) - another not-great fantasy but inventive enough to draw me in for another story
More of Me by Kathryn Evans - CLONES! This girl apparently clones herself at different stages in her life and now shit's getting complicated
Ramona Blue by Julie Murphy - teenage girl explores her sexuality -- literally what I want in YA
The Black Witch by Laurie Forest - seems pretty generic but I'm a sucker for a fantasy premise
The Last Magician by Lisa Maxwell - OUROBOROS ALERT
The Pearl Thief by Elizabeth Wein - "before there was Verity, there was Jilue." Stahp, I am already dead.
Geekerella by Ashley Poston - nerds meets Cinderella, what is not to love?
The Whole Thing Together by Ann Brashares - I've never loved her later books the way I did the Sisterhood but this sounds like a fun read.
The Empire's Ghost by Isabelle Steiger - death, magic, and the end of Empire? Sign me upppp.
The Most Beautiful Woman in Florence by Alyssa Palombo - the story of Simonetta Cattaneo - who is often claimed to have inspired Botticelli's The Birth of Venus -- in 15th century Italy
The Girl with the Red Balloon by Katherine Locke - time travel and 80s Berlin? Not something I have tried before!