Reviews by Tag: enemies to lovers

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Daughter of the Pirate King by Tricia Levenseller

Daughter of the Pirate King

By Tricia Levenseller
5
Rated by
Nahide A.
Jun 13, 2022

Daughter of the Pirate King by Tricia Levenseller is a fantasy fiction. Sixteen year old captain Alosa, is set on a journey by her father to retrieve an ancient and very hidden map. Alosa’s plan to get the map is to hand herself over to the enemies as the perfect opportunity to search their ship. Alosa has one thing standing in her way, not the ship full of crewmates, but the first man Riden. One thing she didn’t expect on this journey was a clever and appealing captor who she has complicated chemistry with.

Teen Review
The Shadows Between Us by Tricia Levenseller

The Shadows Between Us

By Tricia Levenseller
5
Rated by
Anonymous
Jun 13, 2022

The Shadows Between Us by Tricia Levenseller is a fantasy fiction. Alessia is tired of being overlooked by everyone and has a fool proof plan to get power. She plans to get the attention of the Shadow King, marry him, then kill him and take his kingdom. But she’s not the only one trying to kill him. Alessia must keep him alive long enough to marry him, but as her plan is inaction, her biggest struggle is to not lose her heart in the process.

Teen Review
Red, White and Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston

Red White and Royal Blue

By Casey McQuiston
1
Rated by
Saraphina
May 9, 2022

Red, White & Royal Blue is a story of the First Son of the United States (Alex Claremont Diaz) and the Prince of England (Prince Henry). They’ve been nemeses for as long as they can remember and when a picture blatantly displaying their dislike for one another surfaces and threatens national relations, Henry and Alex are forced to pretend to be friends. However, overtime their friendship turns into a romance that threatens the two countries and could impede the upcoming presidential election for Alex’s mother.

Teen Review
Red, White and Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston

Red White and Royal Blue

By Casey McQuiston
4
Rated by
Mariam S.
Apr 30, 2022

Red White and Royal Blue is a contemporary young adult novel. It follows Alex Claremont-Diaz (the love of America and the son of the first female president) and his nemesis/fake friend/lover Henry (a British prince who also happens to be gay). Alex and Henry’s burgeoning relationship undergoes trials and tribulations throughout the entire book – from Alex’s perception of Henry as an annoyingly perfect douchebag to Henry’s reticence to show his feelings.

Teen Review
Splinters of Scarlet by Emily Bain Murphy

Splinters of Scarlet

By Emily Bain Murphy
5
Rated by
Shreya A.
Apr 29, 2022

Splinters of Scarlet is a loving and action-filled fictional novel by Emily Bain Murphy. This book is about an orphaned girl named Marit who can sew with magic. Eve, Marit’s friend, gets adopted by her idol, Helene Vestergaard. Marit befriends Liljan and her brother Jacob. Marit finds out that Philip Vestergaard is killing people for their magical blood and making the jewels instead of mining for them.

Teen Review
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

Pride and Prejudice

By Jane Austen
5
Rated by
nasingh
Apr 7, 2022

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen follows Elizabeth Bennet who is daring and extremely opinionated, and Mr. Darcy who is proud and arrogant as their relationship blossoms. At first meeting Elizabeth views Darcy as self-absorbed and ignorant, but as she meets him more and more she starts to see a new side of Mr. Darcy. With her sisters Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy learns what it truly means to love.

Teen Review
You Can Go Your Own Way by Eric Smith

You Can Go Your Own Way

By Eric Smith
4
Rated by
Tyler H.
Mar 8, 2022

Adam Stillwater is a boy who’s attached to what’s left of his father and is willing to defend it with his life. He is determined to keep his old time-y pinball arcade even if gaming cafés are all the rage right now. It doesn’t help that the daughter of the founder of said café is his childhood best friend that he became enemies with. But one day a snowstorm hits. The two of them find that when they don’t care as much about the business and just see each other for who they are, there’s something there. But what about when the snowstorm is over?

Teen Review
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

Pride and Prejudice

By Jane Austen
4
Rated by
Mariam S.
Feb 5, 2022

Pride and Prejudice is a romance written more than two hundred years ago by Jane Austen. In the novel, the protagonist Elizabeth Bennet finds love even after a disastrous first impression. The book starts with Elizabeth living at her family’s estate with four sisters - no male heirs. This means that at least one of them needs to marry or they’ll live in poverty after their father dies. Luckily, two rich bachelors have arrived in their country: Mr. Bingley and Mr. Darcy. Mr.

Teen Review
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

Pride and Prejudice

By Jane Austen
5
Rated by
Elyea S.
Jan 25, 2022

Mr. and Mrs. Bennet have five daughters and Mrs. Bennet is desperate to get them all married so they won’t have to live on the streets after their father dies. A new family, the Bingleys, have moved to town. Mr. Bingley is a handsome man who takes an immediate liking to the eldest Bennet daughter, Jane. With Mr. Bingley, comes his closest friend, Mr. Darcy. A man who is insufferable and indignant to most. Elizabeth Bennet dislikes him the minute she meets him, over hearing the ignorant words he says. Mr. Darcy appears to not like Elizabeth, as well.

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