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May 16, 2016 posted by Nichole

Book Tour & Review: Summer Days and Summer Nights: Twelve Love Stories by Stephanie Perkins

Summer Days & Summer NightsMaybe it’s the long, lazy days, or maybe it’s the heat making everyone a little bit crazy. Whatever the reason, summer is the perfect time for love to bloom. Summer Days & Summer Nights: Twelve Love Stories, written by twelve bestselling young adult writers and edited by the international bestselling author Stephanie Perkins, will have you dreaming of sunset strolls by the lake. So set out your beach chair and grab your sunglasses. You have twelve reasons this summer to soak up the sun and fall in love.

Featuring stories by Leigh Bardugo, Francesca Lia Block, Libba Bray, Cassandra Clare, Brandy Colbert, Tim Federle, Lev Grossman, Nina LaCour, Stephanie Perkins, Veronica Roth, Jon Skovron, and Jennifer E. Smith.




Book Review:

Summer Days and Summer Nights was a good read….but not an excellent read. I try to say this as subjectively as possible, but it just wasn’t as good as the Christmas edition. Some of the stories were just flat and boring, one I skipped because I couldn’t stand that the characters were referred to my letters, and some of the stories were super cute and bubbly. Stephanie Perkins’ story, for example, was magical and beautiful. Just as good as the Anna and the French Kiss series. For real, that in itself could have been a whole book.

I loved that Summer Days and Summer Nights includes diverse and LGBTQ themes in the stories. Different cultures are also represented in several of the stories, including SP’s story. So, there’s basically a story for mostly everyone! Which I loved! I loved that it targeted several different audiences.

Overall, I thought it was a good read. I was a bit disappointed, though, that there were several stories in this collection that I just wasn’t very interested in. I wish that it would have been more consistent throughout the whole book. I did like it, though, and definitely recommend it as a good beach read.

Book Reviews
March 31, 2016 posted by Nichole

Book Review: Glass Houses (The Morganville Vampires #1) by Rachel Caine

glass housesFrom the author of the popular Weather Warden series comes the debut of an exciting new series set in Morganville, Texas, where you would be well advised to avoid being out after dark.

College freshman Claire Danvers has had enough of her nightmarish dorm situation. When Claire heads off-campus, the imposing old house where she finds a room may not be much better. Her new roommates don’t show many signs of life, but they’ll have Claire’s back when the town’s deepest secrets come crawling out, hungry for fresh blood. Will she be able to face the town’s terror or will she drown like everyone else?



My Review:

Holy Moses, I forgot how good the Morganville Vampires series by Rachel Caine is. It’s been about 8 years since I first picked up the book, so it was like reading it for the first time. I’m so excited to be reading these again!

Glass Houses is about a unique (and slightly scary) little town, in Texas, called Morganville. The main character, Claire, is a 16-year-old genius, who just moved to Morganville to attend college. Unfortunately for Claire, she ticked off the wrong people, and is now being bullied and potentially having her murder planned out. So, Claire leaves Campus to go stay at the Glass House with the other main characters in the story, Shane, Eve, and Michael.

After moving into the Glass House, Claire learns that Morganville is run by vampires and all the humans are fresh meat unless they are “protected” by the vampires. Poor Claire, and the rest of her housemates, are unprotected and must fend for themselves. At the same time, Claire must figure out a way to save her friends, stop the bullying, and be able to attend college without the fear of being murdered by the psycho teenage human disaster who has it out for her.

Glass Houses is full of action and suspense from moment one. There’s never a boring beat or a page to skim over. It’s simply just perfection. I’m not kidding when I say that you need to go get all of these books at once. Trust me, you’ll binge them all in just a couple weeks.

My heart is with all of the characters in Morganville. This was one of those series that I was first introduced to, so all of them play a special role for me. You know? They’re extra special. What I love most about all of the characters is that they all have their own unique personalities and traits. If the book didn’t mention who was talking, you’d figure it out. Shane would be the sarcastic jerk; Claire would be timid and shy. Eve would be in your face, but a little fearful; and Michael would be quiet, but strong. They’re all so unique, and Morganville wouldn’t be the same without any of them.

Obviously, Morganville is about vampires. I know what you’re thinking. Vampires are out. In a sense, I guess. I think we all really chalk that up to the Twilight faze. I’ve never really thought that vampires are out. I mean….some of my favorites books and series are about vampires. The Morganville Vampires series, though, is a bit different than the typical vampire faze. While they’re obviously vampire book, they have a much different feel to them. Keep in mind, as well, that the main characters are humans. There’s just a really cool, weird vibe that this series has going for it.

If I had to choose a slightly negative thing to say about Morganville, I guess I would say that it is a bit on the young side. I’m not talking middle grade young. It’s definitely target to teenagers and young adults, but it is a little young feeling. That might bother some people. It’s never really bothered me, but I could see why someone would be put off by it.

Overall, I loved this book. I’m going to rate it a 4, because I know that some of the other books in the series are way better than the first book. I’m not going to rate it a 3, though, because this book was super good! Seriously, if you haven’t read the Morganville Vampires series…just go do it!

Eleanor & Park – Rainbow Rowell
Book Reviews
February 28, 2013 posted by Nichole

Eleanor & Park – Rainbow Rowell

15745753“Bono met his wife in high school,” Park says.
“So did Jerry Lee Lewis,” Eleanor answers.
“I’m not kidding,” he says.
“You should be,” she says, “we’re sixteen.”
“What about Romeo and Juliet?”
“Shallow, confused, then dead.”
”I love you,” Park says.
“Wherefore art thou,” Eleanor answers.
“I’m not kidding,” he says.
“You should be.”

Set over the course of one school year in 1986, ELEANOR AND PARK is the story of two star-crossed misfits – smart enough to know that first love almost never lasts, but brave and desperate enough to try. When Eleanor meets Park, you’ll remember your own first love – and just how hard it pulled you under


As many of you know, I am extremely picky when it comes to contemporary books. In order to make me fall head over heels in love, the book must contain witty and relatable characters, a beautiful romance that slowly progresses, heartbreaking scenes, and intense topics. Lucky for me, Eleanor & Park contained all of that.

The best thing about Eleanor & Park was Eleanor. Eleanor lived in a house with an abusive stepfather, a coward of a mother, and four little siblings that knew when to hide and to keep their mouths shut. She had barely any personal possessions, washed her hair with dish soap, did not own a toothbrush, had weight problems, and dressed like a homeless hippy on a daily basis. There are not enough words to describe Eleanor, but if I had to try I would use words such as brave, strong, lovable, independent, remarkable and beautiful. She was my favorite character in the whole book, and I honestly could just read about her all day long.

This book has so. many. feels. I laughed out loud. I cried. I bawled. I smiled. I cringed. There were even times I wanted to throw the book clear across the room. Thankfully it was on my nook, and I have more control than that. I haven’t cried over a book since the last Harry Potter, but I was an emotional basketcase almost from the very beginning. The first time I cried was when Park’s mother realized what kind of homelife Eleanor came from. Reading about his mom breaking down broke me down completely. The second and last time I cried was when Park’s dad opened up to Eleanor and basically told her she was a part of the family. Reading about Eleanor’s homelife was tragic and depressing, but reading about Park’s parents caring enough about her to do something about it was an entire different level for me.

Park and Eleanor’s relationship was just so adorable. They were snarky, hesitant, in love, crazy, and just teenagers. I felt like both characters really grew as the story progressed, which made their relationship more mature and romantic.

I would have rated this book 5 stars, but I had to dock it down to a 4 for a few reasons. Let’s start with Park. I found Park to be a good character, but he really grated on my nervous…especially during the last half of the book. I found him to be a little controlling, a little dumb in the girl department, and wayyyy needy. Also, I know that teenagers spout off the words “I love you” like they really know what they mean, but he got on my last nerve every time he said it. I also didn’t like how he accused Eleanor of bullying herself and making things up. I think it was at that point that I really started to despise his character.

Eleanor’s mom made it really difficult to stick with the book at times. I have no respect for any woman who lets a man beat her up and terrorize her kids. It’s one thing if you’re by yourself, but when you have 5 kids it is your responsibility to woman up and get yourself and your children out of a horrible situation and homelife. The mom absolutely disgusted me.

Most of all, I had a problem with the ending of the book. I was not a fan of the ending. I read this book and fell in love with the story and the characters, and then the ending just plummeted. Not only that, but the ending left a lot of questions, and I don’t think that this is a series. What happened to the mom and the kids? Did they ever reunite with Eleanor? What became of Eleanor and Park later on? What happened to the step father? On one hand, this ending is perfect because the reader can decide what happens. But I’m not the type of reader who can finish a book and then make those decisions. So the only thing that’s going through my head is the ending that Rowell provided, and I don’t like it.

Overall, I found Eleanor & Park to be a beautiful read. It swept me off my feet and twisted me all over the place as emotion after emotion blindsided me. Eleanor & Park’s relationship is one for the records, and I hope to read more about them in the future. Fans of Catherine by April Lindner will really enjoy this one!


Pages: 320

Publication Date: February 26th, 2013

Publisher: St. Martin’s Press

Rating: : ★★★★☆


Teaser Quote: “Nothing before you counts,” he said. “And I can’t even imagine an after.”

She shook her head. “Don’t.”


“Don’t talk about after.”

“I just meant that… I want to be the last person who ever kisses you, too…. That sounds bad, like a death threat or something. What I’m trying to say is, you’re it. This is it for me.” 




Author Interview with Jennifer Rush
Author Interviews
January 12, 2013 posted by Nikki

Author Interview with Jennifer Rush

Back in June, I picked up a copy of Debut Author Jennifer Rush’s novel, ALTERED, while I was at Book Expo America. Without knowing anything about the book or Jennifer herself, I began reading. I wasn’t too far into the story when I realized with absolutely excitement that I’d discovered the next big thing. Our five star review of ALTERED appeared on the blog in July, and Jennifer’s giveaway of an Advanced Reading Copy of the book which appeared in the same month absolutely exploded.

Jennifer is our featured Author for our Book of the Month for January, and we’re stoked to have her here.


Altered is your debut novel. Before you were officially a writer, what was your day job?

This answer is going to be dreadfully boring. I was a bank teller for a little over four years at a local community bank. It was a good job to have for the area I live in and my co-workers were AWESOME. But counting other people’s money? No thanks!

Altered is a very well thought out and detailed plot. What were you doing when you thought it up?

I get this question a lot and I wish I had a good answer for it. I honestly don’t remember writing much of the first half of Altered. It came out of nowhere, and consumed me for several weeks. I think it perhaps came from an old idea I’d had, where a girl found a vampire locked in a high-tech cell in her basement, and later found out he was part of a government experiment. We all know how flooded the vampire market is, so I have to wonder if I filed that idea in the back of my mind and it some how morphed into Altered later on.

What I do know is that, in its earliest draft, Altered was a story about a boy and a girl who loved each other so much, they’d do anything for each other. A lot of the twisted plot elements came in later drafts!

How long did it take you to write Altered?

Six or seven weeks.

Do you have any quirks or habits to help you through the writing process?

I need a clean space to write. I like my desk to be free of clutter, though anyone who’s seen my office walls would beg to differ. 😀 I like lots of pictures and things and inspirational quotes on the walls that surround me, but my desk must be clean. I generally like something yummy to drink while working too!

Sam is Anna’s love interest and he also takes on the role of the group’s leader. Does this mean he’s your favorite of the boys? (If not, who is)

This is a hard question! I love all the boys, but I DO have a favorite. I love Sam. I ADORE SAM. But he’s not my top pick. Nick is. I generally go for the bad boys in YA fiction, and Nick fits that description well. But he has such a complicated, messy past, and I loved exploring how that made him today. Even with his memories wiped, he’s still messed up. It’s interesting to me how much of who we are, will always be a part of us, no matter what happens.

Sometimes, writers say their characters just write themselves. If you could change one thing that Sam did in Altered, what would it be and why?

Ummm…take his shirt off more? Kidding! Kidding! Sort of.

I don’t want to spoil too much for those who haven’t read, but there is a pivotal scene between Sam and Anna where her heart breaks at something he says to her. So I wish he would have asked for her help. For those who have read, I think you’ll know what I mean by that. Then again, if he HAD asked for her help, Altered would be a much different story.

If you could date any of the four boys, which would it be, and why?

Oh Lord, another hard one! Let’s see…I think Nick would be fun, and intense. But it would also be messy. And there would probably be a lot of crying involved. Now, if we’re talking true, forever love, someone I’d want to marry, it’d be Trev. He’s loyal, he’s thoughtful, and caring, and he reads people really well. That’s the kind of husband I’d want (actually, it’s the kind of husband I DO have, though he’s not always thoughtful when it comes to sharing the TV remote, or giving me the last fudgecicle).

I noticed on your blog you seem to be ‘casting’ your characters. It looks like you chose Henry Cavill as Sam (and I concur!). Who could you see playing Anna?

I’ve had a terrible time finding someone who represents Anna well. I think Brittany Robertson looks like Anna sometimes, depending on how her hair and make-up is done. But even then, she’s not a perfect match. I picture Anna a bit softer in the face, and a tiny bit taller. Also Brittany is maybe a tad bit skinnier than Anna.

How did you choose your character’s names?

Baby name websites! There wasn’t much rhyme or reason to what I picked, though once I found the names, I knew they fit.

 Your blog professes your love of pens. What other quirky obsessions do you have?

I love houseplants. I have such good luck with leafy, regular houseplants, but succulents, which are supposed to be the easiest to care for? I kill them. EVERY SINGLE TIME.

I’m also a sucker for any other kind of office supply. Sticky notes. Folders. Paperclips.

What’s your fave book? (If you have one …)

Oh yes, I have many. I’ll name my top three. I fell in love with Vivian Vande Velde’s Companions of the Night as a teenager, and though I rarely re-read books, I try to re-read that one every couple of years. I also love, love, love Sarah Dessen’s The Truth About Forever. Talk about an amazingly genuine, super hot love interest. If you haven’t read it, you should! And lastly, Leigh Bardugo’s Shadow and Bone. Amazing detail and world building. A fantastic cast of characters. And one dark, sexy love interest (or maybe villain? you have to read to find out!).

As a new writer, what advice would you give to people out there that are trying to catch a break?

It will feel like you’ll never break into the market. Like you’ll never sign with an agent. Or you’ll never get a book deal. I was in that same position in 2009, early 2010. I have been there, and let me tell you that it WILL happen if you keep trying. Don’t give up. Don’t write something just because you think it will sell. Write what keeps you up at night. Write what makes you daydream at your desk, when you should be doing day job things like answering phones and filing papers. Write what feels like your own private love affair. That’s the book that will get you an agent, or a book deal. Just like in real life, if you find yourself wondering if you’ve found your soul mate, you probably haven’t. You won’t need to wonder once you’ve found him or her, you’ll know it when you feel it.


The Future of Us by Jay Asher and Carolyn Mackler
Book Reviews
September 16, 2012 posted by Nikki

The Future of Us by Jay Asher and Carolyn Mackler

Josh and Emma are about to discover themselves–fifteen years in the future

It’s 1996, and Josh and Emma have been neighbors their whole lives. They’ve been best friends almost as long–at least, up until last November, when everything changed. Things have been awkward ever since, but when Josh’s family gets a free AOL CD-ROM in the mail, his mom makes him bring it over so that Emma can install it on her new computer. When they sign on, they’re automatically logged onto Facebook . . . but Facebook hasn’t been invented yet. Josh and Emma are looking at themselves fifteen years in the future.

Their spouses, careers, homes, and status updates–it’s all there. And every time they refresh their pages, their futures change. As they grapple with the ups and downs of what their lives hold, they’re forced to confront what they’re doing right–and wrong–in the present.

In Josh and Emma’s world, the Internet is just taking off. Email and instant messenger is all the rage, and no one has even heard of Facebook. When Emma’s dad gets her a computer, Josh brings over a CD-ROM to install the Internet, and their lives are changed forever. When Emma boots up the CD, this thing called Facebook pops up. It seems to be some kind of Internet page dedicated to their lives in the future.

Josh is married to the hottest girl in school, and Emma, well, Emma’s life changes every few minutes. She goes through several husbands, finds herself living in places she’d never dream of living, and finds things out about friends that she doesn’t really want to know. And then it becomes clear … the things they do in their daily lives now are affecting the lives that exist in the future on this Facebook page. Even the tiniest little thing completely alters their future.

This novel is narrated through a dual perspective. Both Josh and Emma have a voice, which is cool. I really liked Josh, and I feel that teenagers will really relate to him. He’s that average kid that gets overlooked all the time; he’s the nice guy that finishes last; he’s pretty, well, normal. Emma, on the other hand, is less enjoyable to read. She’s selfish, incredibly shallow, and everything always has to be about her. As I read, there were several points in the story where I really wanted to slap some sense into her. Josh is so patient with her and he’s far too good to her. She doesn’t deserve his kindness, especially after the way she continually abuses their relationship.

This story is written so well that it’s impossible to tell it was penned by two different people.  I’ve always been a big fan of both Jay and Carolyn, so I was excited to see how well they worked together, and it gives me great pleasure to say that they’re an amazing team!

This one is an easy read, folks.

Pages: 356

Publication Date: 2011

Publisher: Razorbill

Rating:: ★★★★½

Teaser quote: I have a computer in my car? Josh is going to freak out when he hears this.

The Fault In Our Stars by John Green
Book Reviews
September 5, 2012 posted by Nikki

The Fault In Our Stars by John Green

Despite the tumor-shrinking medical miracle that has bought her a few years, Hazel has never been anything but terminal, her final chapter inscribed upon diagnosis. But when a gorgeous plot twist named Augustus Waters suddenly appears at Cancer Kid Support Group, Hazel’s story is about to be completely rewritten.

Insightful, bold, irreverent, and raw, The Fault in Our Stars is award-winning author John Green’s most ambitious and heartbreaking work yet, brilliantly exploring the funny, thrilling, and tragic business of being alive and in love.

Hazel has cancer. The bad kind that just won’t go away. No one is sugar coating anything for her – it is inevitable, just a matter of time. She hasn’t been to school in three years, which means her list of friends can be counted on one hand. She hauls herself up in the house reading the same novel over and over and subjecting her parents to re-runs of bad reality TV programming. Hazel’s mom thinks she’s depressed and forces her to go to a local support group for kids like her. She protests, of course, but even cancer can’t get you out of some things.

Enter Augustus Waters. Cancer survivor, amputee, life optimist, cancer support group resident hot guy. And he’s looking at Hazel like that. By the end of the meeting Augustus has managed to convince Hazel to go back to his place and watch a movie with him, and just like that Hazel’s terminally ill cancer life changes to terminally-ill-but-now-she-gets-to-live-a-little-too.

Here’s what you need to know about this book: YOU WILL NEED LOTS AND LOTS OF KLEENEX.

This is a story about kids with cancer, so I think the plot probably speaks for itself, but what I did find utterly astonishing was just how funny it was. John Green has somehow managed to spin the situation Augustus and Hazel find themselves in so that it’s completely and totally hilarious without discrediting the seriousness of a disease like cancer. In fact, the first time I picked up a tissue was to wipe the laughter from my eyes.

You will fall hopelessly head over heels in love with Augustus and Hazel. By the end of the first chapter, I wanted to wrap Hazel in bubble wrap and hug away all the badness she’d endured throughout her life. Then Augustus came along and I realized he wanted to be the one that did all that for her, so I stepped off.

Regardless of the humor, regardless of how much I laughed out loud while reading, Augustus and Hazel’s story is heart crushingly, soul destroyingly sad. Perhaps that’s what makes this book the shining diamond that it is: it’s ability to be both brilliant and horrifying all in one.

There’s not much else that needs to be said about The Fault In Our Stars, except that this is, without a doubt, the best book I’ve read in any genre for a really, really long time. And not because it’s about cancer, but because it’s about people, love, and making it count.

Five stars isn’t a high enough rating for this masterpiece. If I could give it more, I would.

John Green, thanks for your brilliance. The Fault In Our Stars will change lives.


Pages: 313

Publication date: January, 2012

Publisher Dutton Books

Rating:: ★★★★★

Teaser Quote: “I bet you say that to all the boys who finance your international travel.”


Indie Author of the Month Interview with Ella James
Author Interviews
August 23, 2012 posted by Nikki

Indie Author of the Month Interview with Ella James

Ella James is our fabulous Indie Author of the Month here at yaReads. She’s written a whole host of awesome stories, but we decided to feature her paranormal romance, HERE.

Ella James, what are you three most favorite things in the whole wide world?

I’d say… snuggling my 1-year-old son while he’s asleep, discussing an exciting new idea with my husband, and feeling like I’m doing the best I can with what I have in my day-to-day life. You know… feeling ‘on top of things’.

Who is your favorite fictional character of all time (besides your own, of course)?

Heathcliff from Wuthering Heights. He’s such an awesome character.

If you weren’t a writer and could be anything else in the world, what would it be?

Writer is my #1, but if I couldn’t be a writer, I would be a doctor. As it is, I’d like to go back to school and get a medical degree at some point…although right now my to-be-written list is something like 12 books and growing, so that may not happen anytime soon.

Describe your writing process?

Well, I am basically a ‘pantser’ – I write more by the ‘seat of my pants’ than by an outline, but I do begin with an outline, and I know what the main plot points are. I let myself wander as far from the outline as I want to. When I first started writing fiction in 2005, it wasn’t as easy as it is now, but I’ve earned my stripes. I just sit down, get an idea of where I want to go, and let the story roll out. I don’t get nearly as many things wrong on the first draft as I once did, but I still spend a good bit of time revising on the second draft, and my editor (my husband, who happens to be an editor by trade) spends even more time going back over the story. From conception (there’s this girl in a field, and she finds a boy…) to pressing ‘publish’ on Amazon, an average book takes me about six to eight weeks to produce, if I am really pushing myself and my husband is also on his game (and our son isn’t teething!).

Three best things about being a writer?

Working from home, getting lost in storyland, and making money doing something that lots of people I know would consider not a legit job. 😉

Three worst things?

1. Not getting to come home from an office and just be ‘off work’. I rarely ever feel like the day is really done because theoretically I could just keep writing ’round the clock. I usually won’t let myself be ‘finished’ until I’ve tired myself out to the point where I no longer care what needs to be done. So I guess you could say it’s too easy to indulge my work-a-haulic tendencies.

2. Bad reviews. It may not be kosher to say so, but bad reviews really suck, even if they are honest and done kindly. Working a job where your performance is so open to review can be really difficult. That said, you do get used to it.

3. The inherent unpredictability. Any job that’s based on sales is one that’s never going to be as comfy as say, a tenured teaching position. Of course, not all teachers have tenure, and one of my teacher friends is currently furloughed. So there are pros and cons to everything. Overall, writing is an amazing job, and I am blessed to be able to do it.

How long did it take you to write HERE?

It’s hard to say. All in all, probably about 50-60 hours, which is how long it usually takes me to write a book (not including the work my editor does and copy edits). But when I started HERE, I was waiting to hear back from agents on another project—one I’d worked on, off and on, for about three years. I had a painful number of almost-acceptances,  and two agents pulled out at the last minute, so to speak, for different reasons. I was really upset, and I had also just found out I was pregnant. I wrote HERE in strange little spurts during my pregnancy. Then my baby was born, he had some health issues as an infant, and I wrote it even more sporadically. I think I finished it when he was about five months old.

What was your favorite moment in the story?

Gosh, it’s hard to pick just one. My first-favorite would probably be the one at Milo’s best friend’s cabin, after…the big event, where he tells her everything, including how he feels about her. It’s the high-drama moment, and I love drama. Second-favorite is when he returns to her house saying he’s being followed; that’s also an intense moment, at least in my head, because I know it kicks-off all the major action. Plus I love that he comes back to her because he has nowhere else to go, and she’s soooo thrilled to see him. Good times. But not really! Which is what I love. Third-favorite – when he goes to her concert. It’s not dramatic, but it’s sweet.

Can you give us any hints about the direction the next book will take?

Things get a lot more real. Nick has to make some very difficult choices that have serious repercussions. One of my favorite things about this series is how difficult a position Nick is in. It’s impossible. It really is an excellent conflict. There are some big surprises in terms of…Nick’s camp, and what is up with them. I’m actually not finished with the book, and even I am tied in knots over it! It’s going to be really good. But nothing compared to book three.

When can we expect the next release?

It depends on exactly when I release Exalted, book four in the Stained Series. As soon as I get that out, I will focus exclusively on the second HERE book, which I think will be called TRAPPED. Unless I come up with a better name. *rolls eyes* I’m hoping for a late September release, but there is a small chance it could end up being early October instead. I hope not, but it’s hard to estimate.

If you could cast anyone to play Milo and Nick on screen, who would it be?

Whoever the guy is on the cover of HERE really reminds me of Nick. I don’t know any Hollywood guys that age. L Sad, right? I don’t watch a lot of TV. For girls, I really can only think of two Emmas. Emma Roberts and Emma Watson. Lol. They both could maybe look like Milo.

In 30 words or less, plug your story now…

Like Twilight but if Edward’s only options were to obliterate Bella or let himself and every other vampire die. Love + impossible choices = awesomesauce.