REASONS I FELL FOR THE FUNNY FAT FRIEND [Becca Ann] - This was a sweet and sexy YA romance and I would read it again. Yes, it was funny, but also sad in parts. It certainly had a good ending. If you crave YA romance like I am craving chippies and lollies right now, then you should totally read this one!
HOOKED [Liz Fichera] - Another book I would definitely read again. I'm a sucker for sweet romance, but this was also a good story. It was a bit uncomfortable at times witnessing the racism/prejudice, but I think it allowed Fred's strength to shine through (and yes, Fred's a girl). And I hear there's another book forthcoming focusing on Sam, so bring that on!
BESTEST. RAMADAN. EVER. [Medeia Sharif] - A fun read, though I found myself cringing quite often over Almira's behaviour. Maybe because I recognised some of my own high school self in her? haha. The main focus, the way I see it, was on Almira finding her place in her family's culture (Middle Eastern), within a completely different culture (American). Don't know if I'd read it again but I'd totally read other works by the author.
Aaaand...4 really tiny reviews of the other books I've read:
THE ACCIDENTAL DIVA [Tia Williams] - African American Sex and the City, but with a darker dash via Jay's story.
GONE [Jennifer Mills] - A darkly humorous, sad trek across the Australian landscape and one guy's broken mind (review).
BETTER OFF FAMOUS? [Jane Mendle] - Light and fluffy YA that made me giggle a lot.
A MEMORY OF LIGHT (WoT #14) [Robert Jordan & Brandon Sanderson] - The final instalment in a seemingly endless epic fantasy series I wish RJ had been around to finish himself.