I have always loved all of Sarah Dessen's novels, Lock and Key was no exception!
This story is all about the importance of family and how much they impact and influence or lives.
After Ruby is abandoned by her mother, she is sent to live with her estranged sister and meets the boy next door, Nate Cross. As she deals with her mother's abandonment and forms new relationships, she must learn to love and trust again. I loved this romantic coming of age story and you will too!
If you love poems, then Milk and Honey is the book for you. One thing I love about this book, other than the inspirational and emotional sentiments inside, is the structure. There are four different parts to this book: the hurting, the loving, the breaking and the healing. The transition from one part to another is very smooth and well written. While some parts are dark and difficult to read, the other parts are lighter. The dark and the light balance each other out in the end. Rupi Kaur does an amazing job in this book writing about topics ranging from abuse, to love, to feminism.
I picked up this Lin Manuel Miranda book because I LOVE all his work! This book was no exception. He wrote this book based on his famous inspirational “g’morning, g’night” tweets. While he wrote these tweets based on the inspiration, he needed for himself that specific day, it was uncanny how often these pep talks were exactly what I needed to hear. Maybe this book will give you the inspiration you need too.