Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Words/Topics That Instantly Make Me Buy A Book

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke And The Bookish

This week is all about those words or topics that make us immediately want to read a book. 

1. Vampires: I know there are a lot of vampire books out there, but I am just a sucker for vampire books. Any type of vampire really, I can read about them forever.

2. Angels/ Nephilim: I love books with angel lore and while most of the books seem to be hit or miss, I usually give the book a shot. 

3. Jennifer L. Armentrout: Does an author count as a topic? No... well I am including her because I will literally read anything she writes and I have to date. There has never been a book by her I disliked.

4. Shadowhunters: Yeah, I know this really only applies to one author.. but I love Shadowhunters and I will forever read about them.

5. Broken Characters: I love stories about characters who are broken and find each other. Books along the lines of Hopeless, On Dublin Street, and Ten Tiny Breaths.

6. New Adult: I love this genre and I am pretty much willing to give most of it a try!

7. Bad Boys: Yeah yeah... this is an obvious one.

8. Fae: I think fae are cool because they are sweet and pretty but with a deadly side as well.

9. Strong Heroines: Here I am referring to the Katniss Everdeen and Celaena Sardothien type characters. The type of heroine where the girl is truly the hero with or without a guy!

10. Pararomance: I love me some paranormal romance, always have always will.

What made your list? Link me.

Monday, April 29, 2013

Book Review: Imaginable (Intangible #2) by: J. Meyers

Source: I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review.
Release Date: April 16, 2013
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"Twins Sera and Luke Raine’s unusual abilities are growing. Sera is healing vampires now, making them human again. And, at times, Luke can actually change the future he Sees.

But Sera’s healing has dangerous consequences, and though Luke is altering the outcome of more visions, he can’t control them yet.

Now Sera is in danger as the dark creatures of the Realm seek to use her. As Luke struggles to master his gift in order to save his sister, he discovers even more about his powers.

And what he learns just may put him in greater danger than Sera has ever been."

My Thoughts:

When I began this book, I had forgotten how much I love these characters! Good thing I was reminded pretty quickly just how awesome they are. I was instantly pulled back into the story and I didn’t want to leave once I got back there.

The absolute best thing about this book is simply the characters themselves. There is just such a wide array of characters in the story, that there is really someone for everyone. Do you like strong kickass girls? Well this has one. Do you like snarky guys? One of those too. Mysterious vampires? Check. Crazy ass villains? Well there is that too. There are just so many wonderful characters and I really love them all. 

Jonas is probably my favorite of them all. Jonas is our resident vampire, and we all know how I love my vampires. I’m not really sure what it is exactly, but I just think he is great. Luke is my other favorite simply because he is funny. He always has a smartass remark at the ready. He is also willing to do anything to save his sister. Then we have Sera, who is probably the character I struggle with the most. She just seems to find trouble all the time. Never fear though, we have our kick butt girl in Fey. There is nothing that can stop this girl when she is on a mission! 

Another thing I love about this book is that the most important relationship is not a romantic one. It is the relationship between the twins Luke and Sera that really shines. They have such a strong bond and nobody is more important to them than the other. There is romance to be found throughout the story, but it is not the focus. 

I also love that there are so many different types of paranormal creatures. It is basically a world where any sort of paranormal being can exist; we even get some new ones in the mix. I always love when a story acknowledges that is one type of creature exists, then why doesn’t another type exist as well. The author has created a new world that is very easy to get lost in. 

All in all, Imaginable is a great read from beginning to end. This is the perfect series for paranormal die hards!

Cover Reveal: Until I Break by: M. Leighton

I am SO SO SO excited to be taking part in the cover reveal for Until I Break by: M. Leighton. If you drop by regularly, you know that I am a HUGE fan of everything she does. When she announced this book, I was ecstatic. It sounds amazing and I cannot wait to dive into it. So let me give you a glimpse at what I looked like when I saw the cover... via gifs of course.

In all seriousness though, I really do love this cover. It is the perfect amount of sexy, without being over the top. And now the cover...

Release Date: May 14, 2013

"In love, sometimes what you fear most is exactly what you need.

Laura Drake is an author. She writes bestselling paranormal romances that continue to top the charts. She is sharp. She is confident. She is in control.

And she doesn’t exist.

Samantha Jansen is the woman behind the wig, the woman most of the world doesn’t know exists. She is shy. She is insecure. She is nothing like her main character or her alter ego. She is scarred—deeply scarred—by a past she can’t let go of and a present she can’t make peace with.

Samantha’s dreams are consumed by one man, the broken hero from her books. Mason Strait is both her wildest fantasy and her most terrifying nightmare.

When Samantha meets Alec Brand, a corporate consultant, it is as though Mason has come to life. Alec is handsome to a fault, as elegant as he is arrogant, and more intense than any man has a right to be.

Samantha is soon sucked into a world that mirrors the fiction she writes. Just like her main character, Daire Kirby, Samantha finds herself unable to resist the forbidden lure of Alec. And just like Daire, she also finds that she is faced with taking a chance on a man who could either set her free or destroy her.

The scale tilts toward destruction when Samantha finds out that Alec is as much a work of fiction as Mason. And he has scars of his own, scars that could ruin them both."

Cover Reveal: Follow The White Rabbit by: Kellie Sheridan

Today I am very excited to share the cover for Follow The White Rabbit by: Kellie Sheridan with you. I loved her first book Mortality so I am excited to see what she has in store for us next!

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Follow the White Rabbit by Kellie Sheridan
Series: Beautiful Madness, #1
Publication date: May 21, 2013 
Genre: YA Fantasy

"For centuries, Wonderland thrived as the domain of beautiful bedlam and unapologetic madness. It was a place like no other. All it took was one girl slipping in through the cracks of the universe to start chaos spiraling toward order. In the 150 years since Alice’s visit, the realm has become tainted—almost normal. Rabbits in waistcoats and playing card minions are little more than creatures of myth, and Wonderland is literally falling to pieces.
For Gwen, Rose, and Lucky, Wonderland is home, and yet they know little of its former glory. When the Alice prophecy resurfaces, they’ll have one chance to use Wonderland’s own legends to bring a little mayhem back into their reality. For she who controls Alice controls the fate of Wonderland."

About The Author:
Kellie Sheridan is a Canadian author and book blogger. When not reading books or writing, she also works with books. She is currently working with two small publishers on the marketing/publicity side of things, and is also Joan of ARCs at Spencer Hill Press. In her spare time Kellie watches way too much television and travels whenever she has the opportunity.
Kellie’s first YA novel, Mortality was released in March, and she is currently hard at work on future writing projects. Website / Goodreads / Twitter

Sunday, April 28, 2013

Weekly Recap 4/8/2013

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Recalled by: Cambria Hebert
Bridge by: Jeri Smith-Ready
Angel's Ink by: Jocelynn Drake
Crush by: Nicole Williams

The Eternity Cure by: Julie Kagawa

Waiting On Wednesday: One Tiny Lie by: K.A. Tucker

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Sneak Peek and Guest Post: C.C. Hunter


Saturday, April 27, 2013

Sneak Peek and Guest Post: Chosen At Nightfall by: C.C. Hunter

I am super excited to have C.C. Hunter, author of the Shadow Falls series, here on the blog today to give you guys a sneak peek at the final book in the series, Chosen at Nightfall (which released this past Tuesday 4/23/2013). She was also nice enough to talk a bit about what it was like to say goodbye to the series. So first a bit about Chosen At Nightfall.

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"Kylie Galen's life hasn't been the same since her world was turned upside-down in Born at Midnight, Shadow Falls #1, and now an epic conclusion to her journey—not to mention a tough choice between two guys!—is brewing in Chosen at Nightfall:
When Kylie Galen left Shadow Falls, she thought it was the hardest decision of her life. Heartbroken and separated from everyone she loves, she has to embrace her abilities and what it means to be a chameleon. But as Kylie's journey comes to a close, she must return to the camp that started it all...and she must finally chose between the two boys who love her. The werewolf who broke her heart when he chose his pack over her, and the half-fae who ran from their intense attraction before they ever really had a chance. For Kylie, everything will finally be revealed and nothing will ever be the same."

A Note From C.C. Hunter:

It’s been a long journey of self-discovery for Kylie, and her life has taken some weird turns even I didn’t predict. She learned to talk to ghosts, she fell in love and was betrayed, she fought for her friends, and met her father and his family. She learned her parents made mistakes, but she also learned to accept and love them anyway. Now, she faces the biggest challenge ever. In order to survive, and to save a loved one, she not only has to accept her powers, but she has to embrace them.

On April 23rd, the wait is over. You will be able to read Chosen at Nightfall for yourself. Who will Kylie choose to give her heart to once and for all? Can she save her friends and keep them safe? And what’s with the appearing and disappearing sword? All those questions and more will be answered. But just to offer you a few more teasers. In Chosen at Nightfall, Kylie. . .

1. …nearly kills Lucas twice.
2. …has another boy become interested in her.
3. …acquires another stalker.
4. …is accused of having an affair with an older man.
5. …has an unwanted guest crawl over a bathroom stall when she’s trying to do what you do in a bathroom. Talk about bad timing!
6. …gets kissed by two guys.
7. …finally makes a choice of which boy she loves.
8. …is forced to kill someone to save someone she loves
9. …tells a human that she’s a supernatural.
10. …gets caught buying a pregnancy test.

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Guest Post:

I asked C.C. which book in the series was the most challenging for her to write, and this is what she had to say...

First, Teresa, thanks for posting about my release.  I love bloggers.  I think they have earned themselves a special place in blogger heaven, a place where they have all the time in the world to read great books.

The hardest book for me to write in the Shadow Falls series was Chosen at Nightfall.  And I think it was for several reasons.  One was, I really suck at goodbyes.  When I wrote Chosen, I didn’t know I was going to be continuing the Shadow Falls series in Della’s point of view.  I thought I was going to have to really leave that world and all my Shadow Falls friends.  I’d spent almost three years with these characters.  Rooting for them, laughing with them, and watching them grow up.  To some people that might seem strange, but as a writer, my characters really do become part of my life.  I think about them when I’m driving around town.  When I’m shopping, if I see some outfit, I might think, oh, that’s what Kylie needs to wear.  

Another thing that made Chosen at Nightfall harder to write than the other books was that I just wanted to get it perfect.  I wanted my readers to feel satisfied with Kylie’s journey.  I wanted them to feel things were going to be okay with her in the future.  In addition, I think anytime a writer is finishing off a series, it can be difficult because she has to tie up all the loose ends—for me, my loose ends were all the different relationships. 

Chosen at Nightfall was longer than any of my other Shadow Falls books because there was so much I had to wrap up.  Things like the love and future of Holiday and Burnett, and Kylie’s relationship with her mom and step dad.  I had to sum up Kylie’s and Sara’s friendship and leave them in a good place. Then, there was Kylie’s wonderful relationship with Della and Miranda.  And let’s not forget the romance.  I wanted the readers to get a sense of the future for all these characters. 

Of course, now I know I will be writing Della’s story.  This means, I’m not leaving Shadow Falls, I’ll still be able to watch Kylie.  I’ll still be able to hear Della and Miranda fight.  And I’ll get to see Holiday and Burnett become parents.  I get to write two, possibly three more Shadow Falls books, but you know what this means, right?  In another year or two when it’s time for goodbye, I’m just going to cry harder.  By then, these characters will be even closer to my heart.

About The Author:

C.C. Hunter grew up in Alabama, where she caught lightning bugs, ran barefoot, and regularly rescued potential princes, in the form of Alabama bullfrogs, from her brothers. Today, she's still fascinated with lightning bugs, mostly wears shoes, but has turned her focus to rescuing mammals. She now lives in Texas with her four rescued cats, one dog, and a prince of a husband, who for the record, is so not a frog. When she's not writing, she's reading, spending time with her family, or is shooting things-with a camera, not a gun.
C.C. Hunter is a pseudonym. Her real name is Christie Craig and she also writes humorous romantic suspense romance novels for Grand Central. Goodreads | Website

Friday, April 26, 2013

Book Review: Daughter of the Earth and Sky (Daughters of Zeus #2) by: Kaitlin Bevis

Release Date: December 21, 2012
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"Some vows can never be broken.

Persephone thought she could go back to her normal life after returning from the Underworld. She was wrong.
The goddess Aphrodite is born among the waves with more charm than she can control. Zeus is stalking Persephone and her loved ones, and Thanatos is no longer content with Persephone’s silence.

He wants her soul.

Persephone can’t tell anyone about Thanatos’ betrayal, and it drives a wedge between her and Hades. Her mother is still keeping secrets, and Melissa’s jealousy of Aphrodite threatens to tear their friendship apart.
Alone, Persephone turns to a human boy for comfort. But will their relationship put him in danger?
Sacrifices must be made, and Persephone must choose between her human life and her responsibilities as a goddess. If she doesn’t, she could lose them both.
But will either life be worth choosing once Zeus is through with her?"

My Thoughts:

“I need to punch something.” That was my first thought upon finishing this book. The book is great and addictive, but damn if it didn’t have some very frustrating moments. There were a lot of moments where I really just wanted to hit something. 

I’m going to start with the things that bugged me and then move on to the things I loved. This was a very very frustrating read. Persephone spends a good portion of the book on the outs with Hades because of this secret she can’t tell him. It was valid, but like I said, frustrating. Then we had the emergence of a human boy into the mix. We all know how picky I am with my love triangles and this one in particular annoyed me because she clearly didn’t like that boy. I will admit that everything is explained in the end, but once again, frustrating. I was frustrated with Hades and Persephone dancing around each other. There were just so many moments where I literally picked up my iPad and started shaking it in the hopes that I was also shaking some sense into the characters. I wasn’t, apparently it doesn’t work like that. But most of all, I was frustrated with the end, mostly because it wasn’t an end. There is a difference between a cliffhanger and stopping the book in the middle of a chapter. This felt like it ended in the middle of a chapter and damn I wanted more! 

With all of that being said, I absolutely loved this book. In the end, I ate up all the frustrating drama and kept turning page after page devouring this book. I loved watching Persephone come into her own and become a truly strong and powerful goddess, despite everything going wrong. 

Then there is Hades, and guys, I have seriously fallen hard for the Lord of the Underworld. I have never seen Hades portrayed in such a darkly appealing light and I just love it. I love his personality and his dark charm and the way he clearly adores Persephone. I just want him in every chapter and on every page because I cannot get enough of him. 

Kaitlin Bevis has taken the well-known Hades and Persephone myth and made it her own. She has taken this myth and crafted it into a beautiful love story that you will wholeheartedly root for from beginning to end. Despite all the taboos and reasons it probably shouldn’t work, you will want it to work and will not accept anything less. I am a sucker for anything with Greek mythology, however so many times I am disappointed by the adaptation or retelling. That is not the case here and this is honestly one of the best twists on Greek mythology I have ever read. 

Overall, Daughter of the Earth and Sky is a fantastic read, despite all my grumbling. The story is addictive and refreshing and I loved every single minute of it, even the minutes I spent shaking my iPad.

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Swoon Thursday #44: Lost & Found by: Nicole Williams

Swoon is a weekly meme hosted by YA Bound.

From the book you’re currently reading, or one you just finished, tell us what made you SWOON. What got your heart pounding, your skin tingling, and your stomach fluttering.

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"His mouth was so close to mine, I felt his warm breath on my lips when he said, "This." His lips covered mine for such a brief moment it was more of a tease than a kiss. "And this." His mouth moved over mine long enough to be in the kissing category. "And this, too." He separated from me just long enough to get those words out before his lips settled back over mine. That kiss wasn't a tease; it wasn't anything close to a tease. It was the kind of kiss a girl would forever measure against. It set the bar for all future kisses. That kiss made me want to do nothing but keep my mouth firmly planted on Jesse's until the day I died. The kiss made me moan when his tongue gently touched mine. Even with our mouths combined, I felt Jesse's smile move into position at my response. He was still smiling when we both came up for air." 

I *smacks table* LOVED this book! I loved it more than I loved Crash, and I really loved Crash. My favorite book from Nicole Williams to date! So glad I got the chance to read this book! Everyone say hi to Jesse, I think you will like him a lot.

What made you swoon? Link me.

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Waiting On Wednesday #46: One Tiny Lie by: K.A. Tucker

Waiting On Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking The Spine, it spotlilghts upcoming releases that we are dying to read.

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"Livie has always been the stable one of the two Cleary sisters, handling her parents' tragic death and Kacey's self-destructive phase with strength and maturity. But underneath that exterior is a little girl hanging onto the last words her father ever spoke to her. “Make me proud,” he had said. She promised she would...and she’s done her best over the past seven years with every choice, with every word, with every action. Livie walks into Princeton with a solid plan, and she’s dead set on delivering on it: Rock her classes, set herself up for medical school, and meet a good, respectable guy that she’s going to someday marry. What isn’t part of her plan are Jell-O shots, a lovable, party animal roommate she can’t say ‘no’ to, and Ashton, the gorgeous captain of the men’s rowing team. Definitely him. He’s an arrogant ass who makes Livie’s usually non-existent temper flare and everything she doesn’t want in a guy. Worse, he’s best friends and roommates with Connor, who happens to fits Livie’s criteria perfectly. So why does she keep thinking about Ashton?

As Livie finds herself facing mediocre grades, career aspirations she no longer thinks she can handle, and feelings for Ashton that she shouldn’t have, she’s forced to let go of her last promise to her father and, with it, the only identity that she knows."

I absolutely LOVED Ten Tiny Breaths and I just cannot wait to read Livie's story!

One Tiny Lie will be released on June 11, 2013
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Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Shower Of Books Giveaway Hop

Hi! Welcome to my stop on the Shower of Books Giveaway Hop hosted by I Am A Reader Not A Writer and Books a` la Mode. With this giveaway I literally wanted to "shower" the winner with books so I decided to do something a bit different. I decided to give away four of my favorite  novellas to one winner! I love novellas that accompany some of my favorite series and I wanted to share them with you guys! So one winner will win eBook copies of Elixir, Iron's Prophecy, Destroy Me, and Flirting With Maybe! 

-One winner will win all the novellas pictured above
-You must be at least 13 years of age to enter this giveaway
-The giveaway is open internationally
-Winner will have a choice of nook or kindle copies of the novellas
-Giveaway will run from April 24 to April 30
-Winner will be chosen at random through Rafflecopter and will be notified through email
-Winner will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen
-Books are subject to availability

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Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Thought I'd Like More/Less Than I Did

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke And The Bookish

I really like this week's topic! There are so many times where I am blown away by a book I never expected to love and then sadly there are times where I think I will love a book and end up disappointed.

1. Greta and the Goblin King by: Chloe Jacobs- I expected to like this one... I did not expect it to knock me on my ass! I absolutely loved this book and the characters!

2. The Immortal Rules by: Julie Kagawa- I love Julie's Iron Fey books so I really thought I would love this one too! Sadly it was not all I had hoped it would be.

3. Bloodspell by: Amalie Howard- This is another one that really surprised me. I picked it up based on the cover and was shocked by how much I loved the story!
4. Walking Disaster by: Jamie McGuire- I LOVED Beautiful Disaster and could not wait to get inside Travis' head. Sadly I did not enjoy being in his head as much as I thought I would.

5. Deadlocked by: Charlaine Harris- I had always loved the Sookie books but then this one was just... ugh... I can't even talk about it without it upsetting me.. just no.

6. Matched by: Ally Condie- So many people love these books and the premise is so cool and I thought it was perfect for me, but then there was just something missing.

7. Obsidian by: Jennifer L. Armentrout- So we all know I ADORE this series. But when I first picked it up I wasn't sure about it... I mean aliens? Initially it just sounds... I don't know.. but I was hesitant. Daemon stole my heart quickly as did Katie. And the rest is history... I am now a JLA fangirl for life.
8. Vampire Academy by: Richelle Mead- I actually avoided this book for years because it just seemed like another typical vampire book. When I finally picked it up I was shocked at how much I loved Rose and Dimitri and then I proceeded to hit myself for taking so long to read it.

9. Tithe by: Holly Black- It's fairies... cool faeries.. where could it go wrong? Sadly it did. I liked it, but I wanted to love it.

10. Ruining Me by: Nicole Reed- This one knocked me on my ass! I was amazed at how much I came to care for the characters and how invested in the story I got when really I just expected a nice New Adult.

What made your list? Link me.

Monday, April 22, 2013

Book Review: The Eternity Cure (Blood of Eden #2) by: Julie Kagawa

Release Date: April 30, 2013 from Harlequin TEEN
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"Allison Sekemoto has vowed to rescue her creator, Kanin, who is being held hostage and tortured by the psychotic vampire Sarren. The call of blood leads her back to the beginning—New Covington and the Fringe, and a vampire prince who wants her dead yet may become her wary ally.

Even as Allie faces shocking revelations and heartbreak like she’s never known, a new strain of the Red Lung virus that decimated humanity is rising to threaten human and vampire alike."

My Thoughts:

I’m not going to lie; I was a bit hesitant going into this book since I wasn’t a huge fan of The Immortal Rules. I adore Julie’s Iron Fey books, but for me The Immortal Rules was just lacking a certain something. With that being said, I was still very curious to see where the story was going, especially with the ending to The Immortal Rules. I am happy to report that I liked The Eternity Cure at least ten times more than I did The Immortal Rules, but I still have some reservations. 

Once again, I found that this book takes a while to get going. I feel as if the beginning dragged and then all of a sudden everything started happening at about the 40% mark. From there on out the story is addictive, I just wish it got to this point a bit sooner. I also felt as if the story would get sidetracked in the middle and that there were story lines that just detracted from the overall plot. I also found some of the plot to be predictable. 

Another thing I struggle with is Allie herself. I don’t know why, but I find it hard to like her at times, actually most of the time. She is strong and fierce yes, and I admire that. However, I get frustrated with her a lot because she is constantly going back and forth in her own head. I understand her, but I can’t find it in myself to really embrace her character. 

My favorite thing about this book is the secondary characters. I love love love Kanin and Jackal. Kanin was my favorite in The Immortal Rules and I continued to love him in this one. He is just such a good person despite his past and I love how calm he is and that he is always willing to do what is necessary. Then we have Jackal. 

Why yes, Jackal does get his own paragraph. I can’t even fully express how much I came to love him in this book. I am pretty sure there is a whole star that is attributed solely to him when I was deciding my goodreads rating. Jackal is the bad boy and naturally I love him. I am ignoring what this says about me. He has questionable motives, but oh dear he is just too funny. He literally stole every single scene he was in. As I was reading I kept waiting for his next one liner or witty remark. I would get mad when he wasn’t around because I think Jackal needs to be on all the pages. He made this book for me! I don’t normally share quotes in my reviews, but I have to share one from him just to show what I am trying to say. 

“Well, I have good news and bad news,” he announced. “The good news is that the jeep is still where we left it, and I got the damned thing working again.” “What’s the bad news?” I asked. “Something took my fuzzy dice.” 

Now here is the part where I grumble about the cliffhanger ending. Yeah, you heard me… cliffhanger! Gosh I have such a love hate relationship with these things. I won’t say much, except that I was a bit disappointed by this one. The cliffhanger we are left with made me feel as if I was in the same place that I was at the end of The Immortal Rules. Also it made me cranky because I am impatient. 

I knew going into this book that this book would be the deciding factor for me as to whether I wanted to stick with the series or not and I’m glad that I have decided to see this series through. If only for the promise of more Jackal funnies. All in all, The Eternity Cure is a vast improvement on The Immortal Rules and I am glad I decided to give this book a chance.

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Weekly Recap 4/21/2013

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Inhale, Exhale by: Sarah M Ross
What Really Happened In Peru by: Cassandra Clare and Sarah Rees Brennan
Seducing Cinderella by: Gina L Maxwell
Lost & Found by: Nicole Williams

With All My Soul by: Rachel Vincent

Top Ten Tuesday: Kickass Heroines
Waiting On Wednesday: Lost & Found by: Nicole Williams

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