Just last month I got a lovely set of two books from Harper360YA and now it seems I have another one! 😀  Today I want to share with you the first a book I received since Christmas which seems to have been delayed in getting to me thanks to the postal strike :/ but I’m so excited for this title as it’s one I’ve already been in contact with another publicist about, who gave me a digital copy but now the lovely people at Harper360YA (thank you!) have given me a physical proof of the book to read which really helps me as I struggle reading too many digital books.  I can’t wait to get started on reading this as it does sound like a brilliant YA fiction, check it out for yourselves!  First let’s see what actually came in the post, the book and a lovely bookmark which has part of the cover of another recent Harper360Ya title on it…

January book haul Harper360YA feature image
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I don’t know if you can see the detail in this picture but the girl on the front is wearing headphones and there’s a guy sitting there, on the headphone.  This story really sounds intriguing, let’s take a closer look…

January book haul Harper360YA book close up
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Seven Percent of Ro Devereux by Ellen O’CloverFor fans of Emma Lord and and Alex Light, a clever, charming, and poignant debut stand-alone novel with a masterful slow-burn romance at its core.
Ro Devereux can predict your future with 93 percent acuracy using MASH, an app she coded.  When MASH unexpectedly goes viral, Ro is thrust into a very public fake-dating scenario with Miller – her former best friend and person who takes her most in the world – when they’re matched as soul mates.  As the app takes on a life of its own, Ro sees that it’s affecting people in ways she never expected.  If she can’t regain control, it might take her and everything she believes in down with it.


Doesn’t this sound interesting? 🙂  I love a slow-burn romance and I’m so intrigued in the idea of an app that can acurately predict your soul mate!  I can’t wait to start reading this book.  It’s published on the 17th January 2023, and I’ll have a review as soon as possible on this blog so please do look out for that. 😀

Do you like the sound of this book?  What are you looking forward to reading this year?  Let me know what you think in the comments below 🙂