Everywhere You Want to Be

Everywhere You Want to Be

From author Christina June comes Everywhere You Want to Be, a modern tale inspired by the classic Red Riding Hood. Matilda Castillo has always done what she was told, but when she gets injured senior years, she watches her dreams of becoming a contemporary dancer slip away. So when Tilly gets a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to spend the summer with a New York dance troupe, From author Christina June comes Everywhere You Want to Be, a modern tale inspired by the classic Red Riding Hood. ...

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Title:Everywhere You Want to Be
Author:Christina June
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Genres:Contemporary
ISBN:0310763339
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:284 pages pages

Everywhere You Want to Be Reviews

  • Melissa
    Feb 18, 2017

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

    Thanks to everyone who has read and rate/reviewed! I would be so grateful if you would copy and paste your review onto Amazon, B&N, and any other favorite retail site. Thank you! ...

    2.75 stars If you like New York you might enjoy this book for this reason alone .. there was no story to mention, or at least that would stick with you .. the romance was barely there and no much context in it it was a story about self growth and discovering yourself .. but it was r...

    This is my 2nd book by this author, and once again I enjoyed it. You can read my review of the first book here: It Started With Goodbye. While both books are standalones, they both include the same characters. We met Tilly, our main character in the first book. But this time she gets h...

    I loved everything about this book. Like, so so much, I cannot even explain. I'm a huge fan of Christina June's debut, It Started with Goodbye, and was so excited to learn that this book's MC is Tatum's stepsister, Tilly (who's an antagonist for a good portion of It Started...) Tilly a...

    Center Stage meets Little Red Riding Hood! Christina nails the atmosphere of NYC and its magicalness. I love NYC and this book took me right back there (which I needed because I'm skipping BookExpo this year as it's still too soon after the loss of my mom to go on vacation). I loved th...

    Cute, fun and sweet. Loved the NYC setting and I have an urge to go back just to walk the Brooklyn Bridge (ideally without the rain). I said it with It Started with Goodbye and it still applies here, I need abuela in my life. ...

    Everywhere You Want to Be is the perfect book for anyone who has ever been stuck at a crossroads at an important point in life. Loosely inspired by Red Riding Hood, it follows Tilly as she fights to choose between a dream that doesn't belong to her and a dream that might not love her b...

    Tilly's biggest dream has always been to dance professionally, but when she misses every important audition because of a severe injury, she doesn't know if she can make it happen. There's one last chance for her to show the world how well she can dance, a prestigious summer dance pro...

    Warning, unpopular, sarcastic opinion below! Billed as a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE is more a case of writer Christina June shoving down readers? throats who to root for and against and how to feel about characters. We?re supposed to empathize ...

    I just adored this book. I loved watching Tilly navigate the city, new friends, and her newfound independence. And of course a cute fella. And cameos from Christina?s first book, which I LOVED. Highly recommend. ...

    This is a quick but lovely read with a lot of fun characters. ...

    Captures the magic of visiting NYC for the first time. Is an awesome follow up to fans of the characters from IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE, but you can read it as a stand-alone too. ...

    #FirstLine ~ I hated lying to my mother. This book was fantastic. Within this book there were some amazing characters who will take up residence in your heart. I adored that this book has deep themes and explores friendships, dreams and New York City. It is one of those books that ...

    Last year, I read Christina June's debut novel, It Started with Goodbye, and could not get enough of it. I'm still recommending it all the time. I feel the same way about Everywhere You Want to Be. In fact, it's possible that I love it even more! Christina managed to make me laugh and ...

  • Lisa Maxwell
    May 14, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

    Thanks to everyone who has read and rate/reviewed! I would be so grateful if you would copy and paste your review onto Amazon, B&N, and any other favorite retail site. Thank you! ...

    2.75 stars If you like New York you might enjoy this book for this reason alone .. there was no story to mention, or at least that would stick with you .. the romance was barely there and no much context in it it was a story about self growth and discovering yourself .. but it was r...

    This is my 2nd book by this author, and once again I enjoyed it. You can read my review of the first book here: It Started With Goodbye. While both books are standalones, they both include the same characters. We met Tilly, our main character in the first book. But this time she gets h...

    I loved everything about this book. Like, so so much, I cannot even explain. I'm a huge fan of Christina June's debut, It Started with Goodbye, and was so excited to learn that this book's MC is Tatum's stepsister, Tilly (who's an antagonist for a good portion of It Started...) Tilly a...

    Center Stage meets Little Red Riding Hood! Christina nails the atmosphere of NYC and its magicalness. I love NYC and this book took me right back there (which I needed because I'm skipping BookExpo this year as it's still too soon after the loss of my mom to go on vacation). I loved th...

    Cute, fun and sweet. Loved the NYC setting and I have an urge to go back just to walk the Brooklyn Bridge (ideally without the rain). I said it with It Started with Goodbye and it still applies here, I need abuela in my life. ...

    Everywhere You Want to Be is the perfect book for anyone who has ever been stuck at a crossroads at an important point in life. Loosely inspired by Red Riding Hood, it follows Tilly as she fights to choose between a dream that doesn't belong to her and a dream that might not love her b...

    Tilly's biggest dream has always been to dance professionally, but when she misses every important audition because of a severe injury, she doesn't know if she can make it happen. There's one last chance for her to show the world how well she can dance, a prestigious summer dance pro...

    Warning, unpopular, sarcastic opinion below! Billed as a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE is more a case of writer Christina June shoving down readers? throats who to root for and against and how to feel about characters. We?re supposed to empathize ...

    I just adored this book. I loved watching Tilly navigate the city, new friends, and her newfound independence. And of course a cute fella. And cameos from Christina?s first book, which I LOVED. Highly recommend. ...

    This is a quick but lovely read with a lot of fun characters. ...

    Captures the magic of visiting NYC for the first time. Is an awesome follow up to fans of the characters from IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE, but you can read it as a stand-alone too. ...

  • Christina
    Apr 02, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

    Thanks to everyone who has read and rate/reviewed! I would be so grateful if you would copy and paste your review onto Amazon, B&N, and any other favorite retail site. Thank you! ...

  • Lisa Mandina
    May 07, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

    Thanks to everyone who has read and rate/reviewed! I would be so grateful if you would copy and paste your review onto Amazon, B&N, and any other favorite retail site. Thank you! ...

    2.75 stars If you like New York you might enjoy this book for this reason alone .. there was no story to mention, or at least that would stick with you .. the romance was barely there and no much context in it it was a story about self growth and discovering yourself .. but it was r...

    This is my 2nd book by this author, and once again I enjoyed it. You can read my review of the first book here: It Started With Goodbye. While both books are standalones, they both include the same characters. We met Tilly, our main character in the first book. But this time she gets h...

  • Kate
    May 08, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

    Thanks to everyone who has read and rate/reviewed! I would be so grateful if you would copy and paste your review onto Amazon, B&N, and any other favorite retail site. Thank you! ...

    2.75 stars If you like New York you might enjoy this book for this reason alone .. there was no story to mention, or at least that would stick with you .. the romance was barely there and no much context in it it was a story about self growth and discovering yourself .. but it was r...

    This is my 2nd book by this author, and once again I enjoyed it. You can read my review of the first book here: It Started With Goodbye. While both books are standalones, they both include the same characters. We met Tilly, our main character in the first book. But this time she gets h...

    I loved everything about this book. Like, so so much, I cannot even explain. I'm a huge fan of Christina June's debut, It Started with Goodbye, and was so excited to learn that this book's MC is Tatum's stepsister, Tilly (who's an antagonist for a good portion of It Started...) Tilly a...

    Center Stage meets Little Red Riding Hood! Christina nails the atmosphere of NYC and its magicalness. I love NYC and this book took me right back there (which I needed because I'm skipping BookExpo this year as it's still too soon after the loss of my mom to go on vacation). I loved th...

  • Leigh Smith
    May 23, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

    Thanks to everyone who has read and rate/reviewed! I would be so grateful if you would copy and paste your review onto Amazon, B&N, and any other favorite retail site. Thank you! ...

    2.75 stars If you like New York you might enjoy this book for this reason alone .. there was no story to mention, or at least that would stick with you .. the romance was barely there and no much context in it it was a story about self growth and discovering yourself .. but it was r...

    This is my 2nd book by this author, and once again I enjoyed it. You can read my review of the first book here: It Started With Goodbye. While both books are standalones, they both include the same characters. We met Tilly, our main character in the first book. But this time she gets h...

    I loved everything about this book. Like, so so much, I cannot even explain. I'm a huge fan of Christina June's debut, It Started with Goodbye, and was so excited to learn that this book's MC is Tatum's stepsister, Tilly (who's an antagonist for a good portion of It Started...) Tilly a...

    Center Stage meets Little Red Riding Hood! Christina nails the atmosphere of NYC and its magicalness. I love NYC and this book took me right back there (which I needed because I'm skipping BookExpo this year as it's still too soon after the loss of my mom to go on vacation). I loved th...

    Cute, fun and sweet. Loved the NYC setting and I have an urge to go back just to walk the Brooklyn Bridge (ideally without the rain). I said it with It Started with Goodbye and it still applies here, I need abuela in my life. ...

    Everywhere You Want to Be is the perfect book for anyone who has ever been stuck at a crossroads at an important point in life. Loosely inspired by Red Riding Hood, it follows Tilly as she fights to choose between a dream that doesn't belong to her and a dream that might not love her b...

    Tilly's biggest dream has always been to dance professionally, but when she misses every important audition because of a severe injury, she doesn't know if she can make it happen. There's one last chance for her to show the world how well she can dance, a prestigious summer dance pro...

    Warning, unpopular, sarcastic opinion below! Billed as a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE is more a case of writer Christina June shoving down readers? throats who to root for and against and how to feel about characters. We?re supposed to empathize ...

    I just adored this book. I loved watching Tilly navigate the city, new friends, and her newfound independence. And of course a cute fella. And cameos from Christina?s first book, which I LOVED. Highly recommend. ...

  • Katy Upperman
    Jan 08, 2017

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

    Thanks to everyone who has read and rate/reviewed! I would be so grateful if you would copy and paste your review onto Amazon, B&N, and any other favorite retail site. Thank you! ...

    2.75 stars If you like New York you might enjoy this book for this reason alone .. there was no story to mention, or at least that would stick with you .. the romance was barely there and no much context in it it was a story about self growth and discovering yourself .. but it was r...

    This is my 2nd book by this author, and once again I enjoyed it. You can read my review of the first book here: It Started With Goodbye. While both books are standalones, they both include the same characters. We met Tilly, our main character in the first book. But this time she gets h...

    I loved everything about this book. Like, so so much, I cannot even explain. I'm a huge fan of Christina June's debut, It Started with Goodbye, and was so excited to learn that this book's MC is Tatum's stepsister, Tilly (who's an antagonist for a good portion of It Started...) Tilly a...

    Center Stage meets Little Red Riding Hood! Christina nails the atmosphere of NYC and its magicalness. I love NYC and this book took me right back there (which I needed because I'm skipping BookExpo this year as it's still too soon after the loss of my mom to go on vacation). I loved th...

    Cute, fun and sweet. Loved the NYC setting and I have an urge to go back just to walk the Brooklyn Bridge (ideally without the rain). I said it with It Started with Goodbye and it still applies here, I need abuela in my life. ...

    Everywhere You Want to Be is the perfect book for anyone who has ever been stuck at a crossroads at an important point in life. Loosely inspired by Red Riding Hood, it follows Tilly as she fights to choose between a dream that doesn't belong to her and a dream that might not love her b...

    Tilly's biggest dream has always been to dance professionally, but when she misses every important audition because of a severe injury, she doesn't know if she can make it happen. There's one last chance for her to show the world how well she can dance, a prestigious summer dance pro...

    Warning, unpopular, sarcastic opinion below! Billed as a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE is more a case of writer Christina June shoving down readers? throats who to root for and against and how to feel about characters. We?re supposed to empathize ...

    I just adored this book. I loved watching Tilly navigate the city, new friends, and her newfound independence. And of course a cute fella. And cameos from Christina?s first book, which I LOVED. Highly recommend. ...

    This is a quick but lovely read with a lot of fun characters. ...

    Captures the magic of visiting NYC for the first time. Is an awesome follow up to fans of the characters from IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE, but you can read it as a stand-alone too. ...

    #FirstLine ~ I hated lying to my mother. This book was fantastic. Within this book there were some amazing characters who will take up residence in your heart. I adored that this book has deep themes and explores friendships, dreams and New York City. It is one of those books that ...

    Last year, I read Christina June's debut novel, It Started with Goodbye, and could not get enough of it. I'm still recommending it all the time. I feel the same way about Everywhere You Want to Be. In fact, it's possible that I love it even more! Christina managed to make me laugh and ...

    I love everything about Christina June?s second book, EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE. Matilda Castillo is a girl readers can root for as she struggles to find her place in the world. Like so many girls, Tilly is torn between what her parents believe is best for her and her own dreams of t...

    I love this book so so much. If you love Stephanie Perkins and Miranda Kenneally, Christina June is your next addiction. Full disclosure: Christina's my CP ;) BUT I LOVE THIS BOOK. You should definitely read IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE and then join me in eagerly awaiting EVERYWHER...

    Lucky me -- I scored a very early read. More on this book's adorableness to come, but for now, contemporary dance + NYC + cute drummer boy = yes, please! ...

  • ضحى الحداد
    Jul 09, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

    Thanks to everyone who has read and rate/reviewed! I would be so grateful if you would copy and paste your review onto Amazon, B&N, and any other favorite retail site. Thank you! ...

    2.75 stars If you like New York you might enjoy this book for this reason alone .. there was no story to mention, or at least that would stick with you .. the romance was barely there and no much context in it it was a story about self growth and discovering yourself .. but it was r...

  • KayCee K
    Feb 05, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

    Thanks to everyone who has read and rate/reviewed! I would be so grateful if you would copy and paste your review onto Amazon, B&N, and any other favorite retail site. Thank you! ...

    2.75 stars If you like New York you might enjoy this book for this reason alone .. there was no story to mention, or at least that would stick with you .. the romance was barely there and no much context in it it was a story about self growth and discovering yourself .. but it was r...

    This is my 2nd book by this author, and once again I enjoyed it. You can read my review of the first book here: It Started With Goodbye. While both books are standalones, they both include the same characters. We met Tilly, our main character in the first book. But this time she gets h...

    I loved everything about this book. Like, so so much, I cannot even explain. I'm a huge fan of Christina June's debut, It Started with Goodbye, and was so excited to learn that this book's MC is Tatum's stepsister, Tilly (who's an antagonist for a good portion of It Started...) Tilly a...

    Center Stage meets Little Red Riding Hood! Christina nails the atmosphere of NYC and its magicalness. I love NYC and this book took me right back there (which I needed because I'm skipping BookExpo this year as it's still too soon after the loss of my mom to go on vacation). I loved th...

    Cute, fun and sweet. Loved the NYC setting and I have an urge to go back just to walk the Brooklyn Bridge (ideally without the rain). I said it with It Started with Goodbye and it still applies here, I need abuela in my life. ...

    Everywhere You Want to Be is the perfect book for anyone who has ever been stuck at a crossroads at an important point in life. Loosely inspired by Red Riding Hood, it follows Tilly as she fights to choose between a dream that doesn't belong to her and a dream that might not love her b...

    Tilly's biggest dream has always been to dance professionally, but when she misses every important audition because of a severe injury, she doesn't know if she can make it happen. There's one last chance for her to show the world how well she can dance, a prestigious summer dance pro...

    Warning, unpopular, sarcastic opinion below! Billed as a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE is more a case of writer Christina June shoving down readers? throats who to root for and against and how to feel about characters. We?re supposed to empathize ...

    I just adored this book. I loved watching Tilly navigate the city, new friends, and her newfound independence. And of course a cute fella. And cameos from Christina?s first book, which I LOVED. Highly recommend. ...

    This is a quick but lovely read with a lot of fun characters. ...

    Captures the magic of visiting NYC for the first time. Is an awesome follow up to fans of the characters from IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE, but you can read it as a stand-alone too. ...

    #FirstLine ~ I hated lying to my mother. This book was fantastic. Within this book there were some amazing characters who will take up residence in your heart. I adored that this book has deep themes and explores friendships, dreams and New York City. It is one of those books that ...

    Last year, I read Christina June's debut novel, It Started with Goodbye, and could not get enough of it. I'm still recommending it all the time. I feel the same way about Everywhere You Want to Be. In fact, it's possible that I love it even more! Christina managed to make me laugh and ...

    I love everything about Christina June?s second book, EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE. Matilda Castillo is a girl readers can root for as she struggles to find her place in the world. Like so many girls, Tilly is torn between what her parents believe is best for her and her own dreams of t...

    I love this book so so much. If you love Stephanie Perkins and Miranda Kenneally, Christina June is your next addiction. Full disclosure: Christina's my CP ;) BUT I LOVE THIS BOOK. You should definitely read IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE and then join me in eagerly awaiting EVERYWHER...

    Lucky me -- I scored a very early read. More on this book's adorableness to come, but for now, contemporary dance + NYC + cute drummer boy = yes, please! ...

    Taking a nod at Red Riding Hood, this tale follows a girl's decision between dancing dreams or a path her mother laid out for her. Tilly is all set to go to Georgetown as soon as summer ends, but until then, she has the chance to dance with a temporary troupe in a show in New York. ...

    I received a copy of this book from Blink publishing. All opinions expressed are my own. This turned out to be the perfect weekend palate cleanser for me. I've been rereading so many fantasy books that I haven't wanted to read anything. I picked this up on a Saturday afternoon and i...

    I don't know where to start with this book because I just love it that much. I read It Started With Goodbye and enjoyed it; was one of my favorite reads of 2017. But this one blow past that one. I don't know if it was because it's based around dance, I love anything to do with dance. O...

  • Kimberly
    Sep 03, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

    Thanks to everyone who has read and rate/reviewed! I would be so grateful if you would copy and paste your review onto Amazon, B&N, and any other favorite retail site. Thank you! ...

    2.75 stars If you like New York you might enjoy this book for this reason alone .. there was no story to mention, or at least that would stick with you .. the romance was barely there and no much context in it it was a story about self growth and discovering yourself .. but it was r...

    This is my 2nd book by this author, and once again I enjoyed it. You can read my review of the first book here: It Started With Goodbye. While both books are standalones, they both include the same characters. We met Tilly, our main character in the first book. But this time she gets h...

    I loved everything about this book. Like, so so much, I cannot even explain. I'm a huge fan of Christina June's debut, It Started with Goodbye, and was so excited to learn that this book's MC is Tatum's stepsister, Tilly (who's an antagonist for a good portion of It Started...) Tilly a...

    Center Stage meets Little Red Riding Hood! Christina nails the atmosphere of NYC and its magicalness. I love NYC and this book took me right back there (which I needed because I'm skipping BookExpo this year as it's still too soon after the loss of my mom to go on vacation). I loved th...

    Cute, fun and sweet. Loved the NYC setting and I have an urge to go back just to walk the Brooklyn Bridge (ideally without the rain). I said it with It Started with Goodbye and it still applies here, I need abuela in my life. ...

  • Mrs Mommy Booknerd http://mrsmommybooknerd.blogspot.com
    Apr 30, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

    Thanks to everyone who has read and rate/reviewed! I would be so grateful if you would copy and paste your review onto Amazon, B&N, and any other favorite retail site. Thank you! ...

    2.75 stars If you like New York you might enjoy this book for this reason alone .. there was no story to mention, or at least that would stick with you .. the romance was barely there and no much context in it it was a story about self growth and discovering yourself .. but it was r...

    This is my 2nd book by this author, and once again I enjoyed it. You can read my review of the first book here: It Started With Goodbye. While both books are standalones, they both include the same characters. We met Tilly, our main character in the first book. But this time she gets h...

    I loved everything about this book. Like, so so much, I cannot even explain. I'm a huge fan of Christina June's debut, It Started with Goodbye, and was so excited to learn that this book's MC is Tatum's stepsister, Tilly (who's an antagonist for a good portion of It Started...) Tilly a...

    Center Stage meets Little Red Riding Hood! Christina nails the atmosphere of NYC and its magicalness. I love NYC and this book took me right back there (which I needed because I'm skipping BookExpo this year as it's still too soon after the loss of my mom to go on vacation). I loved th...

    Cute, fun and sweet. Loved the NYC setting and I have an urge to go back just to walk the Brooklyn Bridge (ideally without the rain). I said it with It Started with Goodbye and it still applies here, I need abuela in my life. ...

    Everywhere You Want to Be is the perfect book for anyone who has ever been stuck at a crossroads at an important point in life. Loosely inspired by Red Riding Hood, it follows Tilly as she fights to choose between a dream that doesn't belong to her and a dream that might not love her b...

    Tilly's biggest dream has always been to dance professionally, but when she misses every important audition because of a severe injury, she doesn't know if she can make it happen. There's one last chance for her to show the world how well she can dance, a prestigious summer dance pro...

    Warning, unpopular, sarcastic opinion below! Billed as a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE is more a case of writer Christina June shoving down readers? throats who to root for and against and how to feel about characters. We?re supposed to empathize ...

    I just adored this book. I loved watching Tilly navigate the city, new friends, and her newfound independence. And of course a cute fella. And cameos from Christina?s first book, which I LOVED. Highly recommend. ...

    This is a quick but lovely read with a lot of fun characters. ...

    Captures the magic of visiting NYC for the first time. Is an awesome follow up to fans of the characters from IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE, but you can read it as a stand-alone too. ...

    #FirstLine ~ I hated lying to my mother. This book was fantastic. Within this book there were some amazing characters who will take up residence in your heart. I adored that this book has deep themes and explores friendships, dreams and New York City. It is one of those books that ...

  • Lindsay
    Jul 04, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

    Thanks to everyone who has read and rate/reviewed! I would be so grateful if you would copy and paste your review onto Amazon, B&N, and any other favorite retail site. Thank you! ...

    2.75 stars If you like New York you might enjoy this book for this reason alone .. there was no story to mention, or at least that would stick with you .. the romance was barely there and no much context in it it was a story about self growth and discovering yourself .. but it was r...

    This is my 2nd book by this author, and once again I enjoyed it. You can read my review of the first book here: It Started With Goodbye. While both books are standalones, they both include the same characters. We met Tilly, our main character in the first book. But this time she gets h...

    I loved everything about this book. Like, so so much, I cannot even explain. I'm a huge fan of Christina June's debut, It Started with Goodbye, and was so excited to learn that this book's MC is Tatum's stepsister, Tilly (who's an antagonist for a good portion of It Started...) Tilly a...

    Center Stage meets Little Red Riding Hood! Christina nails the atmosphere of NYC and its magicalness. I love NYC and this book took me right back there (which I needed because I'm skipping BookExpo this year as it's still too soon after the loss of my mom to go on vacation). I loved th...

    Cute, fun and sweet. Loved the NYC setting and I have an urge to go back just to walk the Brooklyn Bridge (ideally without the rain). I said it with It Started with Goodbye and it still applies here, I need abuela in my life. ...

    Everywhere You Want to Be is the perfect book for anyone who has ever been stuck at a crossroads at an important point in life. Loosely inspired by Red Riding Hood, it follows Tilly as she fights to choose between a dream that doesn't belong to her and a dream that might not love her b...

    Tilly's biggest dream has always been to dance professionally, but when she misses every important audition because of a severe injury, she doesn't know if she can make it happen. There's one last chance for her to show the world how well she can dance, a prestigious summer dance pro...

    Warning, unpopular, sarcastic opinion below! Billed as a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE is more a case of writer Christina June shoving down readers? throats who to root for and against and how to feel about characters. We?re supposed to empathize ...

    I just adored this book. I loved watching Tilly navigate the city, new friends, and her newfound independence. And of course a cute fella. And cameos from Christina?s first book, which I LOVED. Highly recommend. ...

    This is a quick but lovely read with a lot of fun characters. ...

    Captures the magic of visiting NYC for the first time. Is an awesome follow up to fans of the characters from IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE, but you can read it as a stand-alone too. ...

    #FirstLine ~ I hated lying to my mother. This book was fantastic. Within this book there were some amazing characters who will take up residence in your heart. I adored that this book has deep themes and explores friendships, dreams and New York City. It is one of those books that ...

    Last year, I read Christina June's debut novel, It Started with Goodbye, and could not get enough of it. I'm still recommending it all the time. I feel the same way about Everywhere You Want to Be. In fact, it's possible that I love it even more! Christina managed to make me laugh and ...

    I love everything about Christina June?s second book, EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE. Matilda Castillo is a girl readers can root for as she struggles to find her place in the world. Like so many girls, Tilly is torn between what her parents believe is best for her and her own dreams of t...

    I love this book so so much. If you love Stephanie Perkins and Miranda Kenneally, Christina June is your next addiction. Full disclosure: Christina's my CP ;) BUT I LOVE THIS BOOK. You should definitely read IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE and then join me in eagerly awaiting EVERYWHER...

    Lucky me -- I scored a very early read. More on this book's adorableness to come, but for now, contemporary dance + NYC + cute drummer boy = yes, please! ...

    Taking a nod at Red Riding Hood, this tale follows a girl's decision between dancing dreams or a path her mother laid out for her. Tilly is all set to go to Georgetown as soon as summer ends, but until then, she has the chance to dance with a temporary troupe in a show in New York. ...

    I received a copy of this book from Blink publishing. All opinions expressed are my own. This turned out to be the perfect weekend palate cleanser for me. I've been rereading so many fantasy books that I haven't wanted to read anything. I picked this up on a Saturday afternoon and i...

    I don't know where to start with this book because I just love it that much. I read It Started With Goodbye and enjoyed it; was one of my favorite reads of 2017. But this one blow past that one. I don't know if it was because it's based around dance, I love anything to do with dance. O...

    YAYYYY - I love the dance aspect, especially when they finally performed!! - Red sunnies and sassy Abuela = ICONIC - Great step-sister (also step-dad tho not as prominent) relationship - Good resolution on the mean girl arc, really uplifting ending - Latinx rep (tho not ownvoices)...

    The beginning was intriguing and then it quickly turned into a soap opera. Instead of a novel focused on Tilly's one and only passion (dance) we get a drama between a dancer that hates Tilly, her almost boyfriend that she dumped, and exploring NYC with her new roomie/best friend that i...

  • Hazel (Stay Bookish)
    Aug 16, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

    Thanks to everyone who has read and rate/reviewed! I would be so grateful if you would copy and paste your review onto Amazon, B&N, and any other favorite retail site. Thank you! ...

    2.75 stars If you like New York you might enjoy this book for this reason alone .. there was no story to mention, or at least that would stick with you .. the romance was barely there and no much context in it it was a story about self growth and discovering yourself .. but it was r...

    This is my 2nd book by this author, and once again I enjoyed it. You can read my review of the first book here: It Started With Goodbye. While both books are standalones, they both include the same characters. We met Tilly, our main character in the first book. But this time she gets h...

    I loved everything about this book. Like, so so much, I cannot even explain. I'm a huge fan of Christina June's debut, It Started with Goodbye, and was so excited to learn that this book's MC is Tatum's stepsister, Tilly (who's an antagonist for a good portion of It Started...) Tilly a...

    Center Stage meets Little Red Riding Hood! Christina nails the atmosphere of NYC and its magicalness. I love NYC and this book took me right back there (which I needed because I'm skipping BookExpo this year as it's still too soon after the loss of my mom to go on vacation). I loved th...

    Cute, fun and sweet. Loved the NYC setting and I have an urge to go back just to walk the Brooklyn Bridge (ideally without the rain). I said it with It Started with Goodbye and it still applies here, I need abuela in my life. ...

    Everywhere You Want to Be is the perfect book for anyone who has ever been stuck at a crossroads at an important point in life. Loosely inspired by Red Riding Hood, it follows Tilly as she fights to choose between a dream that doesn't belong to her and a dream that might not love her b...

    Tilly's biggest dream has always been to dance professionally, but when she misses every important audition because of a severe injury, she doesn't know if she can make it happen. There's one last chance for her to show the world how well she can dance, a prestigious summer dance pro...

    Warning, unpopular, sarcastic opinion below! Billed as a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE is more a case of writer Christina June shoving down readers? throats who to root for and against and how to feel about characters. We?re supposed to empathize ...

    I just adored this book. I loved watching Tilly navigate the city, new friends, and her newfound independence. And of course a cute fella. And cameos from Christina?s first book, which I LOVED. Highly recommend. ...

    This is a quick but lovely read with a lot of fun characters. ...

    Captures the magic of visiting NYC for the first time. Is an awesome follow up to fans of the characters from IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE, but you can read it as a stand-alone too. ...

    #FirstLine ~ I hated lying to my mother. This book was fantastic. Within this book there were some amazing characters who will take up residence in your heart. I adored that this book has deep themes and explores friendships, dreams and New York City. It is one of those books that ...

    Last year, I read Christina June's debut novel, It Started with Goodbye, and could not get enough of it. I'm still recommending it all the time. I feel the same way about Everywhere You Want to Be. In fact, it's possible that I love it even more! Christina managed to make me laugh and ...

    I love everything about Christina June?s second book, EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE. Matilda Castillo is a girl readers can root for as she struggles to find her place in the world. Like so many girls, Tilly is torn between what her parents believe is best for her and her own dreams of t...

    I love this book so so much. If you love Stephanie Perkins and Miranda Kenneally, Christina June is your next addiction. Full disclosure: Christina's my CP ;) BUT I LOVE THIS BOOK. You should definitely read IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE and then join me in eagerly awaiting EVERYWHER...

    Lucky me -- I scored a very early read. More on this book's adorableness to come, but for now, contemporary dance + NYC + cute drummer boy = yes, please! ...

    Taking a nod at Red Riding Hood, this tale follows a girl's decision between dancing dreams or a path her mother laid out for her. Tilly is all set to go to Georgetown as soon as summer ends, but until then, she has the chance to dance with a temporary troupe in a show in New York. ...

    I received a copy of this book from Blink publishing. All opinions expressed are my own. This turned out to be the perfect weekend palate cleanser for me. I've been rereading so many fantasy books that I haven't wanted to read anything. I picked this up on a Saturday afternoon and i...

    I don't know where to start with this book because I just love it that much. I read It Started With Goodbye and enjoyed it; was one of my favorite reads of 2017. But this one blow past that one. I don't know if it was because it's based around dance, I love anything to do with dance. O...

    YAYYYY - I love the dance aspect, especially when they finally performed!! - Red sunnies and sassy Abuela = ICONIC - Great step-sister (also step-dad tho not as prominent) relationship - Good resolution on the mean girl arc, really uplifting ending - Latinx rep (tho not ownvoices)...

  • Lelia Nebeker
    May 11, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

    Thanks to everyone who has read and rate/reviewed! I would be so grateful if you would copy and paste your review onto Amazon, B&N, and any other favorite retail site. Thank you! ...

    2.75 stars If you like New York you might enjoy this book for this reason alone .. there was no story to mention, or at least that would stick with you .. the romance was barely there and no much context in it it was a story about self growth and discovering yourself .. but it was r...

    This is my 2nd book by this author, and once again I enjoyed it. You can read my review of the first book here: It Started With Goodbye. While both books are standalones, they both include the same characters. We met Tilly, our main character in the first book. But this time she gets h...

    I loved everything about this book. Like, so so much, I cannot even explain. I'm a huge fan of Christina June's debut, It Started with Goodbye, and was so excited to learn that this book's MC is Tatum's stepsister, Tilly (who's an antagonist for a good portion of It Started...) Tilly a...

    Center Stage meets Little Red Riding Hood! Christina nails the atmosphere of NYC and its magicalness. I love NYC and this book took me right back there (which I needed because I'm skipping BookExpo this year as it's still too soon after the loss of my mom to go on vacation). I loved th...

    Cute, fun and sweet. Loved the NYC setting and I have an urge to go back just to walk the Brooklyn Bridge (ideally without the rain). I said it with It Started with Goodbye and it still applies here, I need abuela in my life. ...

    Everywhere You Want to Be is the perfect book for anyone who has ever been stuck at a crossroads at an important point in life. Loosely inspired by Red Riding Hood, it follows Tilly as she fights to choose between a dream that doesn't belong to her and a dream that might not love her b...

    Tilly's biggest dream has always been to dance professionally, but when she misses every important audition because of a severe injury, she doesn't know if she can make it happen. There's one last chance for her to show the world how well she can dance, a prestigious summer dance pro...

    Warning, unpopular, sarcastic opinion below! Billed as a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE is more a case of writer Christina June shoving down readers? throats who to root for and against and how to feel about characters. We?re supposed to empathize ...

    I just adored this book. I loved watching Tilly navigate the city, new friends, and her newfound independence. And of course a cute fella. And cameos from Christina?s first book, which I LOVED. Highly recommend. ...

    This is a quick but lovely read with a lot of fun characters. ...

    Captures the magic of visiting NYC for the first time. Is an awesome follow up to fans of the characters from IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE, but you can read it as a stand-alone too. ...

    #FirstLine ~ I hated lying to my mother. This book was fantastic. Within this book there were some amazing characters who will take up residence in your heart. I adored that this book has deep themes and explores friendships, dreams and New York City. It is one of those books that ...

    Last year, I read Christina June's debut novel, It Started with Goodbye, and could not get enough of it. I'm still recommending it all the time. I feel the same way about Everywhere You Want to Be. In fact, it's possible that I love it even more! Christina managed to make me laugh and ...

    I love everything about Christina June?s second book, EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE. Matilda Castillo is a girl readers can root for as she struggles to find her place in the world. Like so many girls, Tilly is torn between what her parents believe is best for her and her own dreams of t...

    I love this book so so much. If you love Stephanie Perkins and Miranda Kenneally, Christina June is your next addiction. Full disclosure: Christina's my CP ;) BUT I LOVE THIS BOOK. You should definitely read IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE and then join me in eagerly awaiting EVERYWHER...

    Lucky me -- I scored a very early read. More on this book's adorableness to come, but for now, contemporary dance + NYC + cute drummer boy = yes, please! ...

    Taking a nod at Red Riding Hood, this tale follows a girl's decision between dancing dreams or a path her mother laid out for her. Tilly is all set to go to Georgetown as soon as summer ends, but until then, she has the chance to dance with a temporary troupe in a show in New York. ...

    I received a copy of this book from Blink publishing. All opinions expressed are my own. This turned out to be the perfect weekend palate cleanser for me. I've been rereading so many fantasy books that I haven't wanted to read anything. I picked this up on a Saturday afternoon and i...

    I don't know where to start with this book because I just love it that much. I read It Started With Goodbye and enjoyed it; was one of my favorite reads of 2017. But this one blow past that one. I don't know if it was because it's based around dance, I love anything to do with dance. O...

    YAYYYY - I love the dance aspect, especially when they finally performed!! - Red sunnies and sassy Abuela = ICONIC - Great step-sister (also step-dad tho not as prominent) relationship - Good resolution on the mean girl arc, really uplifting ending - Latinx rep (tho not ownvoices)...

    The beginning was intriguing and then it quickly turned into a soap opera. Instead of a novel focused on Tilly's one and only passion (dance) we get a drama between a dancer that hates Tilly, her almost boyfriend that she dumped, and exploring NYC with her new roomie/best friend that i...

    Labeled as a retelling of Red Riding Hood, Everywhere You Want to Be goes deeper with life lessons that hit home and should be taken to heart. After a serious injury takes Matilda Castillo away from her dream of becoming a dancer for a year, she is afraid all hope of achieving her d...

    I loved this re-imagining of the classic Red Riding Hood tale. In this charming story, Tilly spends a summer in NYC to pursue her dream of becoming a dancer. She faces tough competition, but it's impossible not to root for the determined Tilly. This coming of age story has it all, stro...

    This book is so sweet and honest and beautiful. GREAT characters--I love how the main character tries as hard as she can to show compassion towards the rival dancer who's making her life so hard. There's a sweet romance underlying the story, but it's really about following your dreams,...

  • Valerie
    Jun 03, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

    Thanks to everyone who has read and rate/reviewed! I would be so grateful if you would copy and paste your review onto Amazon, B&N, and any other favorite retail site. Thank you! ...

    2.75 stars If you like New York you might enjoy this book for this reason alone .. there was no story to mention, or at least that would stick with you .. the romance was barely there and no much context in it it was a story about self growth and discovering yourself .. but it was r...

    This is my 2nd book by this author, and once again I enjoyed it. You can read my review of the first book here: It Started With Goodbye. While both books are standalones, they both include the same characters. We met Tilly, our main character in the first book. But this time she gets h...

    I loved everything about this book. Like, so so much, I cannot even explain. I'm a huge fan of Christina June's debut, It Started with Goodbye, and was so excited to learn that this book's MC is Tatum's stepsister, Tilly (who's an antagonist for a good portion of It Started...) Tilly a...

    Center Stage meets Little Red Riding Hood! Christina nails the atmosphere of NYC and its magicalness. I love NYC and this book took me right back there (which I needed because I'm skipping BookExpo this year as it's still too soon after the loss of my mom to go on vacation). I loved th...

    Cute, fun and sweet. Loved the NYC setting and I have an urge to go back just to walk the Brooklyn Bridge (ideally without the rain). I said it with It Started with Goodbye and it still applies here, I need abuela in my life. ...

    Everywhere You Want to Be is the perfect book for anyone who has ever been stuck at a crossroads at an important point in life. Loosely inspired by Red Riding Hood, it follows Tilly as she fights to choose between a dream that doesn't belong to her and a dream that might not love her b...

    Tilly's biggest dream has always been to dance professionally, but when she misses every important audition because of a severe injury, she doesn't know if she can make it happen. There's one last chance for her to show the world how well she can dance, a prestigious summer dance pro...

    Warning, unpopular, sarcastic opinion below! Billed as a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE is more a case of writer Christina June shoving down readers? throats who to root for and against and how to feel about characters. We?re supposed to empathize ...

    I just adored this book. I loved watching Tilly navigate the city, new friends, and her newfound independence. And of course a cute fella. And cameos from Christina?s first book, which I LOVED. Highly recommend. ...

    This is a quick but lovely read with a lot of fun characters. ...

    Captures the magic of visiting NYC for the first time. Is an awesome follow up to fans of the characters from IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE, but you can read it as a stand-alone too. ...

    #FirstLine ~ I hated lying to my mother. This book was fantastic. Within this book there were some amazing characters who will take up residence in your heart. I adored that this book has deep themes and explores friendships, dreams and New York City. It is one of those books that ...

    Last year, I read Christina June's debut novel, It Started with Goodbye, and could not get enough of it. I'm still recommending it all the time. I feel the same way about Everywhere You Want to Be. In fact, it's possible that I love it even more! Christina managed to make me laugh and ...

    I love everything about Christina June?s second book, EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE. Matilda Castillo is a girl readers can root for as she struggles to find her place in the world. Like so many girls, Tilly is torn between what her parents believe is best for her and her own dreams of t...

    I love this book so so much. If you love Stephanie Perkins and Miranda Kenneally, Christina June is your next addiction. Full disclosure: Christina's my CP ;) BUT I LOVE THIS BOOK. You should definitely read IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE and then join me in eagerly awaiting EVERYWHER...

    Lucky me -- I scored a very early read. More on this book's adorableness to come, but for now, contemporary dance + NYC + cute drummer boy = yes, please! ...

    Taking a nod at Red Riding Hood, this tale follows a girl's decision between dancing dreams or a path her mother laid out for her. Tilly is all set to go to Georgetown as soon as summer ends, but until then, she has the chance to dance with a temporary troupe in a show in New York. ...

    I received a copy of this book from Blink publishing. All opinions expressed are my own. This turned out to be the perfect weekend palate cleanser for me. I've been rereading so many fantasy books that I haven't wanted to read anything. I picked this up on a Saturday afternoon and i...

    I don't know where to start with this book because I just love it that much. I read It Started With Goodbye and enjoyed it; was one of my favorite reads of 2017. But this one blow past that one. I don't know if it was because it's based around dance, I love anything to do with dance. O...

    YAYYYY - I love the dance aspect, especially when they finally performed!! - Red sunnies and sassy Abuela = ICONIC - Great step-sister (also step-dad tho not as prominent) relationship - Good resolution on the mean girl arc, really uplifting ending - Latinx rep (tho not ownvoices)...

    The beginning was intriguing and then it quickly turned into a soap opera. Instead of a novel focused on Tilly's one and only passion (dance) we get a drama between a dancer that hates Tilly, her almost boyfriend that she dumped, and exploring NYC with her new roomie/best friend that i...

    Labeled as a retelling of Red Riding Hood, Everywhere You Want to Be goes deeper with life lessons that hit home and should be taken to heart. After a serious injury takes Matilda Castillo away from her dream of becoming a dancer for a year, she is afraid all hope of achieving her d...

    I loved this re-imagining of the classic Red Riding Hood tale. In this charming story, Tilly spends a summer in NYC to pursue her dream of becoming a dancer. She faces tough competition, but it's impossible not to root for the determined Tilly. This coming of age story has it all, stro...

    This book is so sweet and honest and beautiful. GREAT characters--I love how the main character tries as hard as she can to show compassion towards the rival dancer who's making her life so hard. There's a sweet romance underlying the story, but it's really about following your dreams,...

    I really enjoyed this book. We get to follow along on the journey of chasing down your dreams. I appreciated the characters and could see the challenges they faced. A good book! ...

  • Erin Cashman
    May 14, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

    Thanks to everyone who has read and rate/reviewed! I would be so grateful if you would copy and paste your review onto Amazon, B&N, and any other favorite retail site. Thank you! ...

    2.75 stars If you like New York you might enjoy this book for this reason alone .. there was no story to mention, or at least that would stick with you .. the romance was barely there and no much context in it it was a story about self growth and discovering yourself .. but it was r...

    This is my 2nd book by this author, and once again I enjoyed it. You can read my review of the first book here: It Started With Goodbye. While both books are standalones, they both include the same characters. We met Tilly, our main character in the first book. But this time she gets h...

    I loved everything about this book. Like, so so much, I cannot even explain. I'm a huge fan of Christina June's debut, It Started with Goodbye, and was so excited to learn that this book's MC is Tatum's stepsister, Tilly (who's an antagonist for a good portion of It Started...) Tilly a...

    Center Stage meets Little Red Riding Hood! Christina nails the atmosphere of NYC and its magicalness. I love NYC and this book took me right back there (which I needed because I'm skipping BookExpo this year as it's still too soon after the loss of my mom to go on vacation). I loved th...

    Cute, fun and sweet. Loved the NYC setting and I have an urge to go back just to walk the Brooklyn Bridge (ideally without the rain). I said it with It Started with Goodbye and it still applies here, I need abuela in my life. ...

    Everywhere You Want to Be is the perfect book for anyone who has ever been stuck at a crossroads at an important point in life. Loosely inspired by Red Riding Hood, it follows Tilly as she fights to choose between a dream that doesn't belong to her and a dream that might not love her b...

    Tilly's biggest dream has always been to dance professionally, but when she misses every important audition because of a severe injury, she doesn't know if she can make it happen. There's one last chance for her to show the world how well she can dance, a prestigious summer dance pro...

    Warning, unpopular, sarcastic opinion below! Billed as a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE is more a case of writer Christina June shoving down readers? throats who to root for and against and how to feel about characters. We?re supposed to empathize ...

    I just adored this book. I loved watching Tilly navigate the city, new friends, and her newfound independence. And of course a cute fella. And cameos from Christina?s first book, which I LOVED. Highly recommend. ...

    This is a quick but lovely read with a lot of fun characters. ...

    Captures the magic of visiting NYC for the first time. Is an awesome follow up to fans of the characters from IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE, but you can read it as a stand-alone too. ...

    #FirstLine ~ I hated lying to my mother. This book was fantastic. Within this book there were some amazing characters who will take up residence in your heart. I adored that this book has deep themes and explores friendships, dreams and New York City. It is one of those books that ...

    Last year, I read Christina June's debut novel, It Started with Goodbye, and could not get enough of it. I'm still recommending it all the time. I feel the same way about Everywhere You Want to Be. In fact, it's possible that I love it even more! Christina managed to make me laugh and ...

    I love everything about Christina June?s second book, EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE. Matilda Castillo is a girl readers can root for as she struggles to find her place in the world. Like so many girls, Tilly is torn between what her parents believe is best for her and her own dreams of t...

    I love this book so so much. If you love Stephanie Perkins and Miranda Kenneally, Christina June is your next addiction. Full disclosure: Christina's my CP ;) BUT I LOVE THIS BOOK. You should definitely read IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE and then join me in eagerly awaiting EVERYWHER...

    Lucky me -- I scored a very early read. More on this book's adorableness to come, but for now, contemporary dance + NYC + cute drummer boy = yes, please! ...

    Taking a nod at Red Riding Hood, this tale follows a girl's decision between dancing dreams or a path her mother laid out for her. Tilly is all set to go to Georgetown as soon as summer ends, but until then, she has the chance to dance with a temporary troupe in a show in New York. ...

    I received a copy of this book from Blink publishing. All opinions expressed are my own. This turned out to be the perfect weekend palate cleanser for me. I've been rereading so many fantasy books that I haven't wanted to read anything. I picked this up on a Saturday afternoon and i...

    I don't know where to start with this book because I just love it that much. I read It Started With Goodbye and enjoyed it; was one of my favorite reads of 2017. But this one blow past that one. I don't know if it was because it's based around dance, I love anything to do with dance. O...

    YAYYYY - I love the dance aspect, especially when they finally performed!! - Red sunnies and sassy Abuela = ICONIC - Great step-sister (also step-dad tho not as prominent) relationship - Good resolution on the mean girl arc, really uplifting ending - Latinx rep (tho not ownvoices)...

    The beginning was intriguing and then it quickly turned into a soap opera. Instead of a novel focused on Tilly's one and only passion (dance) we get a drama between a dancer that hates Tilly, her almost boyfriend that she dumped, and exploring NYC with her new roomie/best friend that i...

    Labeled as a retelling of Red Riding Hood, Everywhere You Want to Be goes deeper with life lessons that hit home and should be taken to heart. After a serious injury takes Matilda Castillo away from her dream of becoming a dancer for a year, she is afraid all hope of achieving her d...

    I loved this re-imagining of the classic Red Riding Hood tale. In this charming story, Tilly spends a summer in NYC to pursue her dream of becoming a dancer. She faces tough competition, but it's impossible not to root for the determined Tilly. This coming of age story has it all, stro...

  • Tonja Drecker
    Feb 25, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

    Thanks to everyone who has read and rate/reviewed! I would be so grateful if you would copy and paste your review onto Amazon, B&N, and any other favorite retail site. Thank you! ...

    2.75 stars If you like New York you might enjoy this book for this reason alone .. there was no story to mention, or at least that would stick with you .. the romance was barely there and no much context in it it was a story about self growth and discovering yourself .. but it was r...

    This is my 2nd book by this author, and once again I enjoyed it. You can read my review of the first book here: It Started With Goodbye. While both books are standalones, they both include the same characters. We met Tilly, our main character in the first book. But this time she gets h...

    I loved everything about this book. Like, so so much, I cannot even explain. I'm a huge fan of Christina June's debut, It Started with Goodbye, and was so excited to learn that this book's MC is Tatum's stepsister, Tilly (who's an antagonist for a good portion of It Started...) Tilly a...

    Center Stage meets Little Red Riding Hood! Christina nails the atmosphere of NYC and its magicalness. I love NYC and this book took me right back there (which I needed because I'm skipping BookExpo this year as it's still too soon after the loss of my mom to go on vacation). I loved th...

    Cute, fun and sweet. Loved the NYC setting and I have an urge to go back just to walk the Brooklyn Bridge (ideally without the rain). I said it with It Started with Goodbye and it still applies here, I need abuela in my life. ...

    Everywhere You Want to Be is the perfect book for anyone who has ever been stuck at a crossroads at an important point in life. Loosely inspired by Red Riding Hood, it follows Tilly as she fights to choose between a dream that doesn't belong to her and a dream that might not love her b...

    Tilly's biggest dream has always been to dance professionally, but when she misses every important audition because of a severe injury, she doesn't know if she can make it happen. There's one last chance for her to show the world how well she can dance, a prestigious summer dance pro...

    Warning, unpopular, sarcastic opinion below! Billed as a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE is more a case of writer Christina June shoving down readers? throats who to root for and against and how to feel about characters. We?re supposed to empathize ...

    I just adored this book. I loved watching Tilly navigate the city, new friends, and her newfound independence. And of course a cute fella. And cameos from Christina?s first book, which I LOVED. Highly recommend. ...

    This is a quick but lovely read with a lot of fun characters. ...

    Captures the magic of visiting NYC for the first time. Is an awesome follow up to fans of the characters from IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE, but you can read it as a stand-alone too. ...

    #FirstLine ~ I hated lying to my mother. This book was fantastic. Within this book there were some amazing characters who will take up residence in your heart. I adored that this book has deep themes and explores friendships, dreams and New York City. It is one of those books that ...

    Last year, I read Christina June's debut novel, It Started with Goodbye, and could not get enough of it. I'm still recommending it all the time. I feel the same way about Everywhere You Want to Be. In fact, it's possible that I love it even more! Christina managed to make me laugh and ...

    I love everything about Christina June?s second book, EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE. Matilda Castillo is a girl readers can root for as she struggles to find her place in the world. Like so many girls, Tilly is torn between what her parents believe is best for her and her own dreams of t...

    I love this book so so much. If you love Stephanie Perkins and Miranda Kenneally, Christina June is your next addiction. Full disclosure: Christina's my CP ;) BUT I LOVE THIS BOOK. You should definitely read IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE and then join me in eagerly awaiting EVERYWHER...

    Lucky me -- I scored a very early read. More on this book's adorableness to come, but for now, contemporary dance + NYC + cute drummer boy = yes, please! ...

    Taking a nod at Red Riding Hood, this tale follows a girl's decision between dancing dreams or a path her mother laid out for her. Tilly is all set to go to Georgetown as soon as summer ends, but until then, she has the chance to dance with a temporary troupe in a show in New York. ...

  • Marie
    Sep 15, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

    Thanks to everyone who has read and rate/reviewed! I would be so grateful if you would copy and paste your review onto Amazon, B&N, and any other favorite retail site. Thank you! ...

    2.75 stars If you like New York you might enjoy this book for this reason alone .. there was no story to mention, or at least that would stick with you .. the romance was barely there and no much context in it it was a story about self growth and discovering yourself .. but it was r...

    This is my 2nd book by this author, and once again I enjoyed it. You can read my review of the first book here: It Started With Goodbye. While both books are standalones, they both include the same characters. We met Tilly, our main character in the first book. But this time she gets h...

    I loved everything about this book. Like, so so much, I cannot even explain. I'm a huge fan of Christina June's debut, It Started with Goodbye, and was so excited to learn that this book's MC is Tatum's stepsister, Tilly (who's an antagonist for a good portion of It Started...) Tilly a...

    Center Stage meets Little Red Riding Hood! Christina nails the atmosphere of NYC and its magicalness. I love NYC and this book took me right back there (which I needed because I'm skipping BookExpo this year as it's still too soon after the loss of my mom to go on vacation). I loved th...

    Cute, fun and sweet. Loved the NYC setting and I have an urge to go back just to walk the Brooklyn Bridge (ideally without the rain). I said it with It Started with Goodbye and it still applies here, I need abuela in my life. ...

    Everywhere You Want to Be is the perfect book for anyone who has ever been stuck at a crossroads at an important point in life. Loosely inspired by Red Riding Hood, it follows Tilly as she fights to choose between a dream that doesn't belong to her and a dream that might not love her b...

    Tilly's biggest dream has always been to dance professionally, but when she misses every important audition because of a severe injury, she doesn't know if she can make it happen. There's one last chance for her to show the world how well she can dance, a prestigious summer dance pro...

    Warning, unpopular, sarcastic opinion below! Billed as a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE is more a case of writer Christina June shoving down readers? throats who to root for and against and how to feel about characters. We?re supposed to empathize ...

    I just adored this book. I loved watching Tilly navigate the city, new friends, and her newfound independence. And of course a cute fella. And cameos from Christina?s first book, which I LOVED. Highly recommend. ...

    This is a quick but lovely read with a lot of fun characters. ...

    Captures the magic of visiting NYC for the first time. Is an awesome follow up to fans of the characters from IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE, but you can read it as a stand-alone too. ...

    #FirstLine ~ I hated lying to my mother. This book was fantastic. Within this book there were some amazing characters who will take up residence in your heart. I adored that this book has deep themes and explores friendships, dreams and New York City. It is one of those books that ...

    Last year, I read Christina June's debut novel, It Started with Goodbye, and could not get enough of it. I'm still recommending it all the time. I feel the same way about Everywhere You Want to Be. In fact, it's possible that I love it even more! Christina managed to make me laugh and ...

    I love everything about Christina June?s second book, EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE. Matilda Castillo is a girl readers can root for as she struggles to find her place in the world. Like so many girls, Tilly is torn between what her parents believe is best for her and her own dreams of t...

    I love this book so so much. If you love Stephanie Perkins and Miranda Kenneally, Christina June is your next addiction. Full disclosure: Christina's my CP ;) BUT I LOVE THIS BOOK. You should definitely read IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE and then join me in eagerly awaiting EVERYWHER...

    Lucky me -- I scored a very early read. More on this book's adorableness to come, but for now, contemporary dance + NYC + cute drummer boy = yes, please! ...

    Taking a nod at Red Riding Hood, this tale follows a girl's decision between dancing dreams or a path her mother laid out for her. Tilly is all set to go to Georgetown as soon as summer ends, but until then, she has the chance to dance with a temporary troupe in a show in New York. ...

    I received a copy of this book from Blink publishing. All opinions expressed are my own. This turned out to be the perfect weekend palate cleanser for me. I've been rereading so many fantasy books that I haven't wanted to read anything. I picked this up on a Saturday afternoon and i...

    I don't know where to start with this book because I just love it that much. I read It Started With Goodbye and enjoyed it; was one of my favorite reads of 2017. But this one blow past that one. I don't know if it was because it's based around dance, I love anything to do with dance. O...

    YAYYYY - I love the dance aspect, especially when they finally performed!! - Red sunnies and sassy Abuela = ICONIC - Great step-sister (also step-dad tho not as prominent) relationship - Good resolution on the mean girl arc, really uplifting ending - Latinx rep (tho not ownvoices)...

    The beginning was intriguing and then it quickly turned into a soap opera. Instead of a novel focused on Tilly's one and only passion (dance) we get a drama between a dancer that hates Tilly, her almost boyfriend that she dumped, and exploring NYC with her new roomie/best friend that i...

    Labeled as a retelling of Red Riding Hood, Everywhere You Want to Be goes deeper with life lessons that hit home and should be taken to heart. After a serious injury takes Matilda Castillo away from her dream of becoming a dancer for a year, she is afraid all hope of achieving her d...

    I loved this re-imagining of the classic Red Riding Hood tale. In this charming story, Tilly spends a summer in NYC to pursue her dream of becoming a dancer. She faces tough competition, but it's impossible not to root for the determined Tilly. This coming of age story has it all, stro...

    This book is so sweet and honest and beautiful. GREAT characters--I love how the main character tries as hard as she can to show compassion towards the rival dancer who's making her life so hard. There's a sweet romance underlying the story, but it's really about following your dreams,...

    I really enjoyed this book. We get to follow along on the journey of chasing down your dreams. I appreciated the characters and could see the challenges they faced. A good book! ...

    Finally done. Review to come. ...

  • Olivia (The Candid Cover)
    Feb 14, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

  • Erin
    Apr 16, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

  • Katherine Locke
    Jun 15, 2017

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

    Thanks to everyone who has read and rate/reviewed! I would be so grateful if you would copy and paste your review onto Amazon, B&N, and any other favorite retail site. Thank you! ...

    2.75 stars If you like New York you might enjoy this book for this reason alone .. there was no story to mention, or at least that would stick with you .. the romance was barely there and no much context in it it was a story about self growth and discovering yourself .. but it was r...

    This is my 2nd book by this author, and once again I enjoyed it. You can read my review of the first book here: It Started With Goodbye. While both books are standalones, they both include the same characters. We met Tilly, our main character in the first book. But this time she gets h...

    I loved everything about this book. Like, so so much, I cannot even explain. I'm a huge fan of Christina June's debut, It Started with Goodbye, and was so excited to learn that this book's MC is Tatum's stepsister, Tilly (who's an antagonist for a good portion of It Started...) Tilly a...

    Center Stage meets Little Red Riding Hood! Christina nails the atmosphere of NYC and its magicalness. I love NYC and this book took me right back there (which I needed because I'm skipping BookExpo this year as it's still too soon after the loss of my mom to go on vacation). I loved th...

    Cute, fun and sweet. Loved the NYC setting and I have an urge to go back just to walk the Brooklyn Bridge (ideally without the rain). I said it with It Started with Goodbye and it still applies here, I need abuela in my life. ...

    Everywhere You Want to Be is the perfect book for anyone who has ever been stuck at a crossroads at an important point in life. Loosely inspired by Red Riding Hood, it follows Tilly as she fights to choose between a dream that doesn't belong to her and a dream that might not love her b...

    Tilly's biggest dream has always been to dance professionally, but when she misses every important audition because of a severe injury, she doesn't know if she can make it happen. There's one last chance for her to show the world how well she can dance, a prestigious summer dance pro...

    Warning, unpopular, sarcastic opinion below! Billed as a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE is more a case of writer Christina June shoving down readers? throats who to root for and against and how to feel about characters. We?re supposed to empathize ...

    I just adored this book. I loved watching Tilly navigate the city, new friends, and her newfound independence. And of course a cute fella. And cameos from Christina?s first book, which I LOVED. Highly recommend. ...

    This is a quick but lovely read with a lot of fun characters. ...

    Captures the magic of visiting NYC for the first time. Is an awesome follow up to fans of the characters from IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE, but you can read it as a stand-alone too. ...

    #FirstLine ~ I hated lying to my mother. This book was fantastic. Within this book there were some amazing characters who will take up residence in your heart. I adored that this book has deep themes and explores friendships, dreams and New York City. It is one of those books that ...

    Last year, I read Christina June's debut novel, It Started with Goodbye, and could not get enough of it. I'm still recommending it all the time. I feel the same way about Everywhere You Want to Be. In fact, it's possible that I love it even more! Christina managed to make me laugh and ...

    I love everything about Christina June?s second book, EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE. Matilda Castillo is a girl readers can root for as she struggles to find her place in the world. Like so many girls, Tilly is torn between what her parents believe is best for her and her own dreams of t...

    I love this book so so much. If you love Stephanie Perkins and Miranda Kenneally, Christina June is your next addiction. Full disclosure: Christina's my CP ;) BUT I LOVE THIS BOOK. You should definitely read IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE and then join me in eagerly awaiting EVERYWHER...

  • Beth Summer
    Jun 03, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

    Thanks to everyone who has read and rate/reviewed! I would be so grateful if you would copy and paste your review onto Amazon, B&N, and any other favorite retail site. Thank you! ...

    2.75 stars If you like New York you might enjoy this book for this reason alone .. there was no story to mention, or at least that would stick with you .. the romance was barely there and no much context in it it was a story about self growth and discovering yourself .. but it was r...

    This is my 2nd book by this author, and once again I enjoyed it. You can read my review of the first book here: It Started With Goodbye. While both books are standalones, they both include the same characters. We met Tilly, our main character in the first book. But this time she gets h...

    I loved everything about this book. Like, so so much, I cannot even explain. I'm a huge fan of Christina June's debut, It Started with Goodbye, and was so excited to learn that this book's MC is Tatum's stepsister, Tilly (who's an antagonist for a good portion of It Started...) Tilly a...

  • Laura
    Apr 28, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

    Thanks to everyone who has read and rate/reviewed! I would be so grateful if you would copy and paste your review onto Amazon, B&N, and any other favorite retail site. Thank you! ...

    2.75 stars If you like New York you might enjoy this book for this reason alone .. there was no story to mention, or at least that would stick with you .. the romance was barely there and no much context in it it was a story about self growth and discovering yourself .. but it was r...

    This is my 2nd book by this author, and once again I enjoyed it. You can read my review of the first book here: It Started With Goodbye. While both books are standalones, they both include the same characters. We met Tilly, our main character in the first book. But this time she gets h...

    I loved everything about this book. Like, so so much, I cannot even explain. I'm a huge fan of Christina June's debut, It Started with Goodbye, and was so excited to learn that this book's MC is Tatum's stepsister, Tilly (who's an antagonist for a good portion of It Started...) Tilly a...

    Center Stage meets Little Red Riding Hood! Christina nails the atmosphere of NYC and its magicalness. I love NYC and this book took me right back there (which I needed because I'm skipping BookExpo this year as it's still too soon after the loss of my mom to go on vacation). I loved th...

    Cute, fun and sweet. Loved the NYC setting and I have an urge to go back just to walk the Brooklyn Bridge (ideally without the rain). I said it with It Started with Goodbye and it still applies here, I need abuela in my life. ...

    Everywhere You Want to Be is the perfect book for anyone who has ever been stuck at a crossroads at an important point in life. Loosely inspired by Red Riding Hood, it follows Tilly as she fights to choose between a dream that doesn't belong to her and a dream that might not love her b...

    Tilly's biggest dream has always been to dance professionally, but when she misses every important audition because of a severe injury, she doesn't know if she can make it happen. There's one last chance for her to show the world how well she can dance, a prestigious summer dance pro...

    Warning, unpopular, sarcastic opinion below! Billed as a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE is more a case of writer Christina June shoving down readers? throats who to root for and against and how to feel about characters. We?re supposed to empathize ...

    I just adored this book. I loved watching Tilly navigate the city, new friends, and her newfound independence. And of course a cute fella. And cameos from Christina?s first book, which I LOVED. Highly recommend. ...

    This is a quick but lovely read with a lot of fun characters. ...

    Captures the magic of visiting NYC for the first time. Is an awesome follow up to fans of the characters from IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE, but you can read it as a stand-alone too. ...

    #FirstLine ~ I hated lying to my mother. This book was fantastic. Within this book there were some amazing characters who will take up residence in your heart. I adored that this book has deep themes and explores friendships, dreams and New York City. It is one of those books that ...

    Last year, I read Christina June's debut novel, It Started with Goodbye, and could not get enough of it. I'm still recommending it all the time. I feel the same way about Everywhere You Want to Be. In fact, it's possible that I love it even more! Christina managed to make me laugh and ...

    I love everything about Christina June?s second book, EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE. Matilda Castillo is a girl readers can root for as she struggles to find her place in the world. Like so many girls, Tilly is torn between what her parents believe is best for her and her own dreams of t...

    I love this book so so much. If you love Stephanie Perkins and Miranda Kenneally, Christina June is your next addiction. Full disclosure: Christina's my CP ;) BUT I LOVE THIS BOOK. You should definitely read IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE and then join me in eagerly awaiting EVERYWHER...

    Lucky me -- I scored a very early read. More on this book's adorableness to come, but for now, contemporary dance + NYC + cute drummer boy = yes, please! ...

    Taking a nod at Red Riding Hood, this tale follows a girl's decision between dancing dreams or a path her mother laid out for her. Tilly is all set to go to Georgetown as soon as summer ends, but until then, she has the chance to dance with a temporary troupe in a show in New York. ...

    I received a copy of this book from Blink publishing. All opinions expressed are my own. This turned out to be the perfect weekend palate cleanser for me. I've been rereading so many fantasy books that I haven't wanted to read anything. I picked this up on a Saturday afternoon and i...

  • Jessica Higgins
    May 01, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

    Thanks to everyone who has read and rate/reviewed! I would be so grateful if you would copy and paste your review onto Amazon, B&N, and any other favorite retail site. Thank you! ...

    2.75 stars If you like New York you might enjoy this book for this reason alone .. there was no story to mention, or at least that would stick with you .. the romance was barely there and no much context in it it was a story about self growth and discovering yourself .. but it was r...

    This is my 2nd book by this author, and once again I enjoyed it. You can read my review of the first book here: It Started With Goodbye. While both books are standalones, they both include the same characters. We met Tilly, our main character in the first book. But this time she gets h...

    I loved everything about this book. Like, so so much, I cannot even explain. I'm a huge fan of Christina June's debut, It Started with Goodbye, and was so excited to learn that this book's MC is Tatum's stepsister, Tilly (who's an antagonist for a good portion of It Started...) Tilly a...

    Center Stage meets Little Red Riding Hood! Christina nails the atmosphere of NYC and its magicalness. I love NYC and this book took me right back there (which I needed because I'm skipping BookExpo this year as it's still too soon after the loss of my mom to go on vacation). I loved th...

    Cute, fun and sweet. Loved the NYC setting and I have an urge to go back just to walk the Brooklyn Bridge (ideally without the rain). I said it with It Started with Goodbye and it still applies here, I need abuela in my life. ...

    Everywhere You Want to Be is the perfect book for anyone who has ever been stuck at a crossroads at an important point in life. Loosely inspired by Red Riding Hood, it follows Tilly as she fights to choose between a dream that doesn't belong to her and a dream that might not love her b...

    Tilly's biggest dream has always been to dance professionally, but when she misses every important audition because of a severe injury, she doesn't know if she can make it happen. There's one last chance for her to show the world how well she can dance, a prestigious summer dance pro...

    Warning, unpopular, sarcastic opinion below! Billed as a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE is more a case of writer Christina June shoving down readers? throats who to root for and against and how to feel about characters. We?re supposed to empathize ...

    I just adored this book. I loved watching Tilly navigate the city, new friends, and her newfound independence. And of course a cute fella. And cameos from Christina?s first book, which I LOVED. Highly recommend. ...

    This is a quick but lovely read with a lot of fun characters. ...

    Captures the magic of visiting NYC for the first time. Is an awesome follow up to fans of the characters from IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE, but you can read it as a stand-alone too. ...

    #FirstLine ~ I hated lying to my mother. This book was fantastic. Within this book there were some amazing characters who will take up residence in your heart. I adored that this book has deep themes and explores friendships, dreams and New York City. It is one of those books that ...

    Last year, I read Christina June's debut novel, It Started with Goodbye, and could not get enough of it. I'm still recommending it all the time. I feel the same way about Everywhere You Want to Be. In fact, it's possible that I love it even more! Christina managed to make me laugh and ...

    I love everything about Christina June?s second book, EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE. Matilda Castillo is a girl readers can root for as she struggles to find her place in the world. Like so many girls, Tilly is torn between what her parents believe is best for her and her own dreams of t...

    I love this book so so much. If you love Stephanie Perkins and Miranda Kenneally, Christina June is your next addiction. Full disclosure: Christina's my CP ;) BUT I LOVE THIS BOOK. You should definitely read IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE and then join me in eagerly awaiting EVERYWHER...

    Lucky me -- I scored a very early read. More on this book's adorableness to come, but for now, contemporary dance + NYC + cute drummer boy = yes, please! ...

    Taking a nod at Red Riding Hood, this tale follows a girl's decision between dancing dreams or a path her mother laid out for her. Tilly is all set to go to Georgetown as soon as summer ends, but until then, she has the chance to dance with a temporary troupe in a show in New York. ...

    I received a copy of this book from Blink publishing. All opinions expressed are my own. This turned out to be the perfect weekend palate cleanser for me. I've been rereading so many fantasy books that I haven't wanted to read anything. I picked this up on a Saturday afternoon and i...

    I don't know where to start with this book because I just love it that much. I read It Started With Goodbye and enjoyed it; was one of my favorite reads of 2017. But this one blow past that one. I don't know if it was because it's based around dance, I love anything to do with dance. O...

    YAYYYY - I love the dance aspect, especially when they finally performed!! - Red sunnies and sassy Abuela = ICONIC - Great step-sister (also step-dad tho not as prominent) relationship - Good resolution on the mean girl arc, really uplifting ending - Latinx rep (tho not ownvoices)...

    The beginning was intriguing and then it quickly turned into a soap opera. Instead of a novel focused on Tilly's one and only passion (dance) we get a drama between a dancer that hates Tilly, her almost boyfriend that she dumped, and exploring NYC with her new roomie/best friend that i...

    Labeled as a retelling of Red Riding Hood, Everywhere You Want to Be goes deeper with life lessons that hit home and should be taken to heart. After a serious injury takes Matilda Castillo away from her dream of becoming a dancer for a year, she is afraid all hope of achieving her d...

  • Kira Brighton
    Aug 06, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

    Thanks to everyone who has read and rate/reviewed! I would be so grateful if you would copy and paste your review onto Amazon, B&N, and any other favorite retail site. Thank you! ...

    2.75 stars If you like New York you might enjoy this book for this reason alone .. there was no story to mention, or at least that would stick with you .. the romance was barely there and no much context in it it was a story about self growth and discovering yourself .. but it was r...

    This is my 2nd book by this author, and once again I enjoyed it. You can read my review of the first book here: It Started With Goodbye. While both books are standalones, they both include the same characters. We met Tilly, our main character in the first book. But this time she gets h...

    I loved everything about this book. Like, so so much, I cannot even explain. I'm a huge fan of Christina June's debut, It Started with Goodbye, and was so excited to learn that this book's MC is Tatum's stepsister, Tilly (who's an antagonist for a good portion of It Started...) Tilly a...

    Center Stage meets Little Red Riding Hood! Christina nails the atmosphere of NYC and its magicalness. I love NYC and this book took me right back there (which I needed because I'm skipping BookExpo this year as it's still too soon after the loss of my mom to go on vacation). I loved th...

    Cute, fun and sweet. Loved the NYC setting and I have an urge to go back just to walk the Brooklyn Bridge (ideally without the rain). I said it with It Started with Goodbye and it still applies here, I need abuela in my life. ...

    Everywhere You Want to Be is the perfect book for anyone who has ever been stuck at a crossroads at an important point in life. Loosely inspired by Red Riding Hood, it follows Tilly as she fights to choose between a dream that doesn't belong to her and a dream that might not love her b...

    Tilly's biggest dream has always been to dance professionally, but when she misses every important audition because of a severe injury, she doesn't know if she can make it happen. There's one last chance for her to show the world how well she can dance, a prestigious summer dance pro...

    Warning, unpopular, sarcastic opinion below! Billed as a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE is more a case of writer Christina June shoving down readers? throats who to root for and against and how to feel about characters. We?re supposed to empathize ...

    I just adored this book. I loved watching Tilly navigate the city, new friends, and her newfound independence. And of course a cute fella. And cameos from Christina?s first book, which I LOVED. Highly recommend. ...

    This is a quick but lovely read with a lot of fun characters. ...

  • Suze Lavender
    Aug 29, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

    Thanks to everyone who has read and rate/reviewed! I would be so grateful if you would copy and paste your review onto Amazon, B&N, and any other favorite retail site. Thank you! ...

    2.75 stars If you like New York you might enjoy this book for this reason alone .. there was no story to mention, or at least that would stick with you .. the romance was barely there and no much context in it it was a story about self growth and discovering yourself .. but it was r...

    This is my 2nd book by this author, and once again I enjoyed it. You can read my review of the first book here: It Started With Goodbye. While both books are standalones, they both include the same characters. We met Tilly, our main character in the first book. But this time she gets h...

    I loved everything about this book. Like, so so much, I cannot even explain. I'm a huge fan of Christina June's debut, It Started with Goodbye, and was so excited to learn that this book's MC is Tatum's stepsister, Tilly (who's an antagonist for a good portion of It Started...) Tilly a...

    Center Stage meets Little Red Riding Hood! Christina nails the atmosphere of NYC and its magicalness. I love NYC and this book took me right back there (which I needed because I'm skipping BookExpo this year as it's still too soon after the loss of my mom to go on vacation). I loved th...

    Cute, fun and sweet. Loved the NYC setting and I have an urge to go back just to walk the Brooklyn Bridge (ideally without the rain). I said it with It Started with Goodbye and it still applies here, I need abuela in my life. ...

    Everywhere You Want to Be is the perfect book for anyone who has ever been stuck at a crossroads at an important point in life. Loosely inspired by Red Riding Hood, it follows Tilly as she fights to choose between a dream that doesn't belong to her and a dream that might not love her b...

    Tilly's biggest dream has always been to dance professionally, but when she misses every important audition because of a severe injury, she doesn't know if she can make it happen. There's one last chance for her to show the world how well she can dance, a prestigious summer dance pro...

  • McCall Hoyle
    Jan 20, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

    Thanks to everyone who has read and rate/reviewed! I would be so grateful if you would copy and paste your review onto Amazon, B&N, and any other favorite retail site. Thank you! ...

    2.75 stars If you like New York you might enjoy this book for this reason alone .. there was no story to mention, or at least that would stick with you .. the romance was barely there and no much context in it it was a story about self growth and discovering yourself .. but it was r...

    This is my 2nd book by this author, and once again I enjoyed it. You can read my review of the first book here: It Started With Goodbye. While both books are standalones, they both include the same characters. We met Tilly, our main character in the first book. But this time she gets h...

    I loved everything about this book. Like, so so much, I cannot even explain. I'm a huge fan of Christina June's debut, It Started with Goodbye, and was so excited to learn that this book's MC is Tatum's stepsister, Tilly (who's an antagonist for a good portion of It Started...) Tilly a...

    Center Stage meets Little Red Riding Hood! Christina nails the atmosphere of NYC and its magicalness. I love NYC and this book took me right back there (which I needed because I'm skipping BookExpo this year as it's still too soon after the loss of my mom to go on vacation). I loved th...

    Cute, fun and sweet. Loved the NYC setting and I have an urge to go back just to walk the Brooklyn Bridge (ideally without the rain). I said it with It Started with Goodbye and it still applies here, I need abuela in my life. ...

    Everywhere You Want to Be is the perfect book for anyone who has ever been stuck at a crossroads at an important point in life. Loosely inspired by Red Riding Hood, it follows Tilly as she fights to choose between a dream that doesn't belong to her and a dream that might not love her b...

    Tilly's biggest dream has always been to dance professionally, but when she misses every important audition because of a severe injury, she doesn't know if she can make it happen. There's one last chance for her to show the world how well she can dance, a prestigious summer dance pro...

    Warning, unpopular, sarcastic opinion below! Billed as a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE is more a case of writer Christina June shoving down readers? throats who to root for and against and how to feel about characters. We?re supposed to empathize ...

    I just adored this book. I loved watching Tilly navigate the city, new friends, and her newfound independence. And of course a cute fella. And cameos from Christina?s first book, which I LOVED. Highly recommend. ...

    This is a quick but lovely read with a lot of fun characters. ...

    Captures the magic of visiting NYC for the first time. Is an awesome follow up to fans of the characters from IT STARTED WITH GOODBYE, but you can read it as a stand-alone too. ...

    #FirstLine ~ I hated lying to my mother. This book was fantastic. Within this book there were some amazing characters who will take up residence in your heart. I adored that this book has deep themes and explores friendships, dreams and New York City. It is one of those books that ...

    Last year, I read Christina June's debut novel, It Started with Goodbye, and could not get enough of it. I'm still recommending it all the time. I feel the same way about Everywhere You Want to Be. In fact, it's possible that I love it even more! Christina managed to make me laugh and ...

    I love everything about Christina June?s second book, EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE. Matilda Castillo is a girl readers can root for as she struggles to find her place in the world. Like so many girls, Tilly is torn between what her parents believe is best for her and her own dreams of t...

  • Rachel Strolle
    Nov 14, 2017

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

    Thanks to everyone who has read and rate/reviewed! I would be so grateful if you would copy and paste your review onto Amazon, B&N, and any other favorite retail site. Thank you! ...

    2.75 stars If you like New York you might enjoy this book for this reason alone .. there was no story to mention, or at least that would stick with you .. the romance was barely there and no much context in it it was a story about self growth and discovering yourself .. but it was r...

    This is my 2nd book by this author, and once again I enjoyed it. You can read my review of the first book here: It Started With Goodbye. While both books are standalones, they both include the same characters. We met Tilly, our main character in the first book. But this time she gets h...

    I loved everything about this book. Like, so so much, I cannot even explain. I'm a huge fan of Christina June's debut, It Started with Goodbye, and was so excited to learn that this book's MC is Tatum's stepsister, Tilly (who's an antagonist for a good portion of It Started...) Tilly a...

    Center Stage meets Little Red Riding Hood! Christina nails the atmosphere of NYC and its magicalness. I love NYC and this book took me right back there (which I needed because I'm skipping BookExpo this year as it's still too soon after the loss of my mom to go on vacation). I loved th...

    Cute, fun and sweet. Loved the NYC setting and I have an urge to go back just to walk the Brooklyn Bridge (ideally without the rain). I said it with It Started with Goodbye and it still applies here, I need abuela in my life. ...

    Everywhere You Want to Be is the perfect book for anyone who has ever been stuck at a crossroads at an important point in life. Loosely inspired by Red Riding Hood, it follows Tilly as she fights to choose between a dream that doesn't belong to her and a dream that might not love her b...

  • Lila Kims
    Apr 17, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

  • PinkAmy loves  💕 books📖, cats😻 and naps🛏
    Sep 04, 2018

    Thanks to NetGalley for an advanced ebook in exchange for an honest review. I clicked on this YA contemporary fiction ARC for the Red Riding Hood retelling label and I stuck around for the incredible female friendships that Tilly has with her roommate, Charlotte and stepsister, Tat...

    GUYS, IT'S A YA RED RIDING HOOD RETELLING THAT ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE IT MIGHT BE GOOD. I mean, it's from Blink YA, and Blink YA is usually pretty good about content. Or so I've heard. So hopefully??!! And it's also contemporary, but... IDK, IT SOUNDS SO GOOD. ...

    I am honestly hooked by the first sentence of that synopsis. Inspired by Red Riding Hood? Yes, please! I love a great retelling, and I really enjoyed Christina June?s other novel, It Started with Goodbye, so I have high hopes for this one. Also, the setting and the dance theme just s...

    Thanks to everyone who has read and rate/reviewed! I would be so grateful if you would copy and paste your review onto Amazon, B&N, and any other favorite retail site. Thank you! ...

    2.75 stars If you like New York you might enjoy this book for this reason alone .. there was no story to mention, or at least that would stick with you .. the romance was barely there and no much context in it it was a story about self growth and discovering yourself .. but it was r...

    This is my 2nd book by this author, and once again I enjoyed it. You can read my review of the first book here: It Started With Goodbye. While both books are standalones, they both include the same characters. We met Tilly, our main character in the first book. But this time she gets h...

    I loved everything about this book. Like, so so much, I cannot even explain. I'm a huge fan of Christina June's debut, It Started with Goodbye, and was so excited to learn that this book's MC is Tatum's stepsister, Tilly (who's an antagonist for a good portion of It Started...) Tilly a...

    Center Stage meets Little Red Riding Hood! Christina nails the atmosphere of NYC and its magicalness. I love NYC and this book took me right back there (which I needed because I'm skipping BookExpo this year as it's still too soon after the loss of my mom to go on vacation). I loved th...

    Cute, fun and sweet. Loved the NYC setting and I have an urge to go back just to walk the Brooklyn Bridge (ideally without the rain). I said it with It Started with Goodbye and it still applies here, I need abuela in my life. ...

    Everywhere You Want to Be is the perfect book for anyone who has ever been stuck at a crossroads at an important point in life. Loosely inspired by Red Riding Hood, it follows Tilly as she fights to choose between a dream that doesn't belong to her and a dream that might not love her b...

    Tilly's biggest dream has always been to dance professionally, but when she misses every important audition because of a severe injury, she doesn't know if she can make it happen. There's one last chance for her to show the world how well she can dance, a prestigious summer dance pro...

    Warning, unpopular, sarcastic opinion below! Billed as a retelling of Little Red Riding Hood EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE is more a case of writer Christina June shoving down readers? throats who to root for and against and how to feel about characters. We?re supposed to empathize ...