LGBTQIA+, Young Adult

Redwood and Ponytail by K. A. Holt | Netgalley Review | Booksmagick

What's it about? When Tam meets Kate for the first time she sees in her just another pretty cheerleader with a perfect ponytail and perfect life. Kate only sees the tall volleyball player with a perfect life. The more the two hang out the more the masks they wear in public break away and reveal… Continue reading Redwood and Ponytail by K. A. Holt | Netgalley Review | Booksmagick

Fantasy, LGBTQIA+, Young Adult

Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo | Review | Booksmagick

Kaz Brekker is the probably the youngest thug in all of Ketterdam, and certainly the most cunning and ruthless. When he is offered thirty million kruge to retrieve a valuable prisoner from the most secure prison in the world – the Ice Court – Kaz and his crew of misfits and criminals venture forth on the biggest heist in history.

LGBTQIA+, Sci-Fi, Young Adult

Once & Future by Capetta and McCarthy | Review | Booksmagick

Ari is the 47th incarnation of King Arthur and it is up to Merlin and herself to unify humanity against its biggest threat. In this incarnation that would be Mercer, the biggest, most ruthless company in the universe. Together with her crew - and Excalibur that she pulled out of a tree - Ari sets out on the biggest adventure of her life.

LGBTQIA+, Young Adult

Her Royal Highness by Rachel Hawkins | Review | Booksmagick

After a heartbreak, Millie is ready for a new chapter in her life, far away in the Scottish Highlands. She wants to bury herself in school work and take in the beautiful scenerey and study some cool rocks. What she doesn't need is a prissy roommate who turns out to be the princess of Scotland. Or a crush on said princess.