Review: Black Iris by Leah Raeder

BiblioSmiles

blackirisIt’s easy to wax poetic about a favorite author or book. That’s even more true today, when showing your approval of something is as easy as clicking “Like” or posting relevant GIFs of swoony faces or crying Tobey Maguire.

But if there is a 2015 new adult novel that deserves all the hype and GIFs and five-star ratings, it’s Black Iris by Leah Raeder. Black Iris, set to release on April 28th, is a welcomed departure from a more conventional new adult story. It’s no secret I loved Raeder’s debut novel, Unteachable (I wrote about the book being my “book soul mate” here), but Raeder has really branched out with this unique second novel. You can tell right away – a book with a dedication page that reads “To all the girls I’ve loved” is sure to be an emotional roller coaster. And not in the weepy Nicholas Sparks’…

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