Lila grew up dyslexic making reading hard and not particularly fun growing up. As Lila improved her reading she found a love for Children's literature. Outside of Kepler's, Lila pursues reviewing books professionally and writing her own novels. Some of her favorite authors are Rick Riordan, Adriana Mather, and Michelle Hodkin.
Take everything you know about sirens and throw it into the toilet!
In this YA Romance, Kiera Cass takes a whole new outlook on the lore of sirens.
Kahlen is a siren who pledged her life to the ocean after she almost drowned in the 50s with the agreement that after 100 years of service to the ocean she would return as a human and able to live out her life… but almost 60 years later, everything changes when she meets Akinli, a young human boy. --Lila
Fruits Basket is a classic manga that everyone should read!
Tohru’s mother dies in a car accident leaving her homeless. She finds herself right in the middle of a centuries old curse surrounding the Soma family. --Lila
But can the curse be broken? Find out in 12 compelling volumes of Fruits Basket, just in time for the anime reboot!
A girl with the power of the gods, a prince with a price on his head, and a monster with the power to destroy both of their countries.
A chilling read for any fantasy reader and one of my absolute favorite books of 2019! --Lila
A compilation of short stories to inspire hope. There is a short story for everyone in this one including stories about LGBT+, Imigration, racism, and many more. --Lila
Spies meet assassins meet boarding school. Adriana's work is a must read for fans of mystery/thrillers and historical fiction. --Lila
An enchanting retelling of the twelve dancing princesses with an Edgar Allen Poe inspiration. --Lila