Saturday, September 29, 2018

Books That Need More Attention Giveaway Hop

Welcome to my stop on the Books That Need More Attention Giveaway Hop hosted by Bookhounds.
I am giving away a signed copy of Scintillate by Tracy Clark.


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Friday, September 28, 2018

On My Shelf: Foretold by: Various Authors

On My Shelf is a feature I started here on the blog and I'm sure there are a ton of similar ones out there, but basically I just wanted to start spotlighting some of the MANY backlist titles I have accumulated on my shelf and kindle. The idea is to spotlight an older book I have on my massive TBR. I also thought it would be a fun way to discuss these books with my fellow bloggers, get some of your thoughts and figure out which ones I need to read ASAP and which ones can wait a bit more. And if you want to join in too, I would love to see what is on your shelf! Just leave me a link in the comments.


I grabbed this one originally for the Vampire Academy story (and I think I read it but I honestly cannot remember anymore) but I was also interested in the other stories. Of course though I never got around to any of the others.

So tell me. Have you read it? Did you love it? Hate it? Was it meh?

Thursday, September 27, 2018

Blog Tour: Dating The Enemy by: Nicole Williams (Review & Excerpt)




Ms. Romance, Hannah Arden, writes one of the top read relationship advice columns in the nation. Mr. Reality, Brooks North, writes the top read relationship advice column.
Ms. Romance believes in true love and soul mates. Mr. Reality believes love is a term humanity has assigned to the primal instinct to procreate. She believes in fate—he in chance. She knows there’s one right person for everyone—he knows there are multiple ones. The two writers couldn’t be more polarized on relationships. They’re professional rivals, and philosophical antagonists.
For eight years, their battles have been fought with words and ink. That changes when they apply for the same position at the World Times and find themselves face-to-face for the first time. Brooks isn’t the sour-faced, antiquity of a man Hannah pictured. And Hannah isn’t exactly the middle-aged shrew with cat hair on her housedress that Brooks imagined either.
In lieu of competing for the promotion traditional ways, the two writers are presented with playing the leading roles in a social experiment unlike any before. Can a person be tricked into falling in love? Can a relationship be crafted under the right string of circumstances? Hannah knows the answer. So does Brooks.
Agreeing to the terms, the two set out on a three-month dating experiment, live-streamed for the world to watch. All Hannah has to do to win is not fall in love with the narcissistic brute. All Brooks has to do is get the starry-eyed dreamer to fall in love with him. Both are so confident in their philosophies, they expect the challenge to be easy.
With the world watching, Brooks and Hannah will be forced to confront their beliefs and conclude, once and for all, who’s right. The answer is one neither of them saw coming.
Source: I received a copy of this book as part of the blog tour and voluntarily provided a fair and honest review.

My Thoughts:


I’ve been a huge fan of Nicole Williams for years now and when I read the concept for this one I was immediately drawn to it. It’s the ultimate opposites attract and I knew I was in for a good time. And a good time it was. The book delivered great banter and had my emotions all over the place. 

I truly loved Hannah. I loved how hard working she was and that she truly believed in something. I related to her in a lot of ways. We may be in different careers but we both believe in hard work and I feel like we would have gotten along well. Brooks though, we got off to a rough start. He comes off very arrogant in the beginning and it did not endear me to him. Honestly there was a good chunk of the book where I was rooting for Hannah to stay single and win this. I was just annoyed with him thinking he deserved this job over the person who has given years to a company and worked her ass off. BUT then I kept reading and reading and slowly but surely I came around to Brooks. In a lot of ways I mirrored Hannah’s change in feelings and I think that it helped that I identified with Hannah in a lot of ways. In the end I wanted these two to overcome this insane idea and crazy start and make it work. 

And this brings me to Hannah’s boss because I could not hate him more. He pushed every single button I had. It’s very clear he is super sexist and the way he pressured Hannah into doing this dating experiment bothered me. He pretty much shoved aside her years and years of work and pushed her into doing something that made her uncomfortable. And then his reactions throughout the whole thing were sexist and just made me see red. I want to be clear that I’m supposed to feel this way and a lot of me hating her boss is why I rooted for Hannah so hard. I wanted her to prove this jerk wrong and succeed despite him. But it also proves how many emotions this book evokes from me. I was happy sad, angry, swoony; it hit all the emotions. 

Dating The Enemy took the opposites attract trope and pushed it to the extreme. It seems nearly impossible that Brooks and Hannah could work, but somewhere along the way you root for it. Once again Nicole Williams delivers a great read.

Excerpt:

“Where do you think you’re going?”
​I jolted. Brooks had an annoying talent of being able to appear out of thin air. “As far away from this dance floor as I can get.”
​“But we haven’t danced yet.” Brooks crept in front of my path, forcing me to stop or crash into him.
​Braking to a stop, I shot him a look. “I’ll be sure to shed some tears for that later. When I’m asleep.”
​“Someone’s notably grumpier now than they were earlier.” His eyes narrowed in an investigative kind of way. “Methinks you weren’t totally forthcoming about you minding if I danced with other women.”
​The cameraman was leaning in, our ever-present third wheel, but I didn’t feel the need to lower my voice. “Methinks you were onto something when you expressed trepidation over your manhood’s functioning properties after tonight.”
​Brooks let out a low whistle. “Under the right circumstances, those words, from that mouth, would be such a turn-on.”
​“The right circumstances being what? Your standing appointment with a dungeon and a dominatrix?”
​One dark brow lifted. “Bad kitty.”
​“No. Grumpy cat.” I circled my face before going around him.
His arm whipped out, cinching around my waist to draw me back to him. “Let’s see if I can help with that.” His hand found mine, lifting it, while his other secured at my back, bringing me closer. And closer.
And . . .
“Brooks,” I hissed, remembering the camera before I put into words what I’d just felt.
He didn’t appear the slightest bit fazed. “What was that about my functioning manhood?”
“I don’t want to feel it digging into my stomach when I’m trying to focus on tangoing.”
“Then you shouldn’t have worn that dress.”
“And we’ll lump that in the category known as victim-blaming,” I muttered, trying to ignore the hard swell rubbing against my midsection.
“It’s not your fault my dick has a thing for your dress.” Brooks didn’t lower his voice at all. “It’s his fault, one hundred and ten percent. Total case of dick-blaming right here.”


Nicole Williams is the New York Times and USATODAY bestselling author of contemporary and young adult romance, including the Crash and Lost & Found series. Her books have been published by HarperTeen and Simon & Schuster in both domestic and foreign markets, while she continues to self-publish additional titles. She is working on a new YA series with Crown Books (a division of Random House) as well. She loves romance, from the sweet to the steamy, and writes stories about characters in search of their happily even after. She grew up surrounded by books and plans on writing until the day she dies, even if it’s just for her own personal enjoyment. She still buys paperbacks because she’s all nostalgic like that, but her kindle never goes neglected for too long. When not writing, she spends her time with her husband and daughter, and whatever time’s left over she’s forced to fit too many hobbies into too little time.
Nicole is represented by Jane Dystel, of Dystel and Goderich Literary Agency.
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Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Waiting On Wednesday #273: The Storyteller by: Traci Chee

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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"The thrilling conclusion to the epic adventure that began with New York Times bestselling The Reader, "a series fantasy lovers will want to sink their teeth into." - Booklist, starred review

Sefia is determined to keep Archer out of the Guard's clutches and their plans for war between the Five Kingdoms. The Book, the ancient, infinite codex of the past, present and future, tells of a prophecy that will plunge Kelanna in that bloody war, but it requires a boy—Archer—and Sefia will stop at nothing to ensure his safety. The Guard has already stolen her mother, her father, and her Aunt Nin. Sefia would sooner die than let them take anymore from her—especially the boy she loves.

But escaping the Guard and the Book's prophecy is no easy task. After all, what is written always comes to pass. As Sefia and Archer watch Kelanna start to crumble to the Guard's will, they will have to choose between their love and joining a war that just might tear them apart.

Full of magic, suspense, and mystery, Traci Chee brings her Sea of Ink and Gold trilogy to a close in this spellbinding final installment." 



I adore this series. Such beautiful writing! Cannot wait to see the conclusion!

The Storyteller will be released on November 13, 2018.
What are you waiting on?

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Top Ten Tuesday: Books By My Favorite Authors That I Still Haven’t Read

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke And The Bookish and now hosted by The Artsy Reader Girl.

Love this topic this week! So many books and so little time. Love these authors and still need to catch up on these reads!


Monday, September 24, 2018

Guest Review: The Lady's Guide To Petticoats And Piracy (Montague Siblings #2) by: Mackenzi Lee

Today my sister Samantha has dropped by to review The Lady's Guide To Petticoats And Piracy by: Mackenzi Lee. 
Release Date: October 2, 2018
from Katherine Tegen Books
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Source: Received a copy of this book from the publisher and voluntarily provided a fair and honest review.
"Felicity Montague is through with pretending she prefers society parties to books about bone setting—or that she’s not smarter than most people she knows, or that she cares about anything more than her dream of becoming a doctor.

A year after an accidentally whirlwind tour of Europe, which she spent evading highwaymen and pirates with her brother Monty, Felicity has returned to England with two goals in mind—avoid the marriage proposal of Callum Doyle, a lovestruck suitor from Edinburgh; and enroll in medical school. However, her intellect and passion will never be enough in the eyes of the administrators, who see men as the sole guardians of science.

But then a small window of hope opens. Doctor Alexander Platt, an eccentric physician that Felicity idolizes, is looking for research assistants, and Felicity is sure that someone as forward thinking as her hero would be willing to take her on. However, Platt is in Germany, preparing to wed Felicity’s estranged childhood friend Johanna. Not only is Felicity reluctant to opening old wounds, she also has no money to make the trip.

Luckily, a mysterious young woman is willing to pay Felicity’s way, so long as she’s allowed to travel with Felicity disguised as her maid. In spite of her suspicions, Felicity agrees, but once the girl’s true motives are revealed, Felicity becomes part of a perilous quest that will lead her from the German countryside to the promenades of Zurich to secrets lurking beneath the Atlantic."

Sam's Review:

A few months ago, I received a text message from Teresa offering me the opportunity to review the long awaited sequel to my favorite book Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue, I knew I couldn’t wait until October to read this book if I didn’t have to, so I happily took the chance to read it early. From the first page I was just as invested in Felicity’s story as I was her brother’s. I had admired Felicity’s strength and ambition in the first book and I was excited to see where these traits got her in this book. The answer: an amazing adventure filled with interesting characters and a loveable dog named Max. Not that I expected anything different, but Mackenzi Lee did not let me down.

In the first book, my favorite character was Monty, he carried himself with a confident facade and a heart of gold that sometimes was misled. He always came off selfishly, but in reality he would do anything for the people he loves. I’d die for him, but chances are he wouldn’t let me because he doesn’t think he’s worth it, just thinking about that makes me sad, but I digress. In the second book, he completely stole the show in the scenes he was in and he remained my favorite character in this book despite him hardly being in it at all. That being said, I absolutely adored the new character Johanna. Johanna is an old friend of Felicity’s.When Johanna and Felicity were younger, they had a falling out and grew apart. Throughout the novel Johanna is chastised by Felicity for her femininity. Calling it ridiculous and claiming women will never be taken seriously because of women like Johanna choosing to indulge in their appearance. Johanna teaches Felicity that just because she enjoys being ‘girly’ doesn’t make her any less intelligent. This fight, for me sticks out because it’s reflective of issues women face today. Women seem to blame other women for men’s sexism and this often leads to catty behavior, giving men all the more reason to brush women off as irrational. Instead of fighting each other, we should be supporting each other in our endeavors, no matter what we choose them to be.

Another aspect of this book I loved is the character dynamic between Monty and Felicity. Although not as front and center in this novel as it was in the last, I absolutely adored how realistic their relationship as siblings is. In many novels, sibling to sibling relationships are either too perfect, in which they’d never say anything rude to the other, or unnecessarily abusive and having no respect for the other. Felicity and Monty are realistic because they take digs at each other constantly, and sometimes it goes too far, but as Monty says it best he’d “move heaven and earth” for Felicity, “Unless of course there is any actual heavy lifting involved, in which case, I’ll abstain, but don’t believe that in any way tarnishes the sentiment.” Which, in my personal experience, is how far siblings would go for each other.

Finally, I feel like I have to talk about my hopes for the future in the series. First off, I’m so excited for the Monty and Percy novella coming out in August, which I can only assume will be tooth rotting sweetness between the two of them and my heart flutters at the thought of getting nothing but pure joy for my two babies. I know that there has to be some sort of issue to be addressed, but I also know they’ll be able to make it through anything. In the further future, I seriously hope that there will be a third book (and more if I’m blessed enough). I absolutely adore this series and even if Mackenzi decides not to continue this series, I will happily read anything new she comes out with.

Sunday, September 23, 2018

Release Blast: Dating The Enemy by: Nicole Williams





Ms. Romance, Hannah Arden, writes one of the top read relationship advice columns in the nation. Mr. Reality, Brooks North, writes the top read relationship advice column.
Ms. Romance believes in true love and soul mates. Mr. Reality believes love is a term humanity has assigned to the primal instinct to procreate. She believes in fate—he in chance. She knows there’s one right person for everyone—he knows there are multiple ones. The two writers couldn’t be more polarized on relationships. They’re professional rivals, and philosophical antagonists.
For eight years, their battles have been fought with words and ink. That changes when they apply for the same position at the World Times and find themselves face-to-face for the first time. Brooks isn’t the sour-faced, antiquity of a man Hannah pictured. And Hannah isn’t exactly the middle-aged shrew with cat hair on her housedress that Brooks imagined either.
In lieu of competing for the promotion traditional ways, the two writers are presented with playing the leading roles in a social experiment unlike any before. Can a person be tricked into falling in love? Can a relationship be crafted under the right string of circumstances? Hannah knows the answer. So does Brooks.
Agreeing to the terms, the two set out on a three-month dating experiment, live-streamed for the world to watch. All Hannah has to do to win is not fall in love with the narcissistic brute. All Brooks has to do is get the starry-eyed dreamer to fall in love with him. Both are so confident in their philosophies, they expect the challenge to be easy.
With the world watching, Brooks and Hannah will be forced to confront their beliefs and conclude, once and for all, who’s right. The answer is one neither of them saw coming.




Excerpt:

“So?” His head lowered toward mine. “Have you fallen in love with me yet?”
A single-noted laugh escaped from me. “No. Sorry to burst your bubble.”
“You know it’s only a matter of time.”
“Before our three months are up and, lo and behold, I haven’t fallen madly in love with you?” I said. “Yeah, I know that.”
He held out my glass of cider, scooting closer. “Am I really that offensive?”
“Taken as a whole, no, you’re not. But taking this whole set-up into account, along with your beliefs that love is for weak-minded ninnies, then yes. You really are so offensive.”
A half smile emerged. “What do your readers think about this whole thing?”
“My readers definitely don’t want me falling for you,” I answered.
“But your readers love romance, and some handsome, roguish fellow taking your hand in a park while you’re dressed in a white dress is the definition of romance.” Right then, Brooks’s hand covered mine where it was resting on the blanket.
Instead of stiffening or whipping away, I found myself relaxing under his touch. The camera’s presence screamed at me from the corner of my eye.
“My readers believe in finding the one.” My hand slipped from beneath his. “Not the one who takes your hand and pretends to like you so he gets the promotion.”
“Who says I couldn’t be your one?”
I laughed. “Even I don’t need to run the numbers to know that has about a one-in-an-impossible chance of happening.”
Brooks slid his glasses onto his head, his eyes unapologetic in their stare. “You and me? You couldn’t see it?”
“Not even a little.” I had to look away. “When it’s right, you know it. You feel it.”
Brooks’s head shook before he took a drink of his cider. “I admit, it’s a nice idea. But don’t you feel it inside? The realization that it’s just not true?” He stared out at the park and the people in it.
I gazed with him, trying to ignore that pit opening up in my stomach. “I’d rather spend my life chasing a dream than swallowing a cruel reality.”
“You’d rather spend your life lying to yourself than being honest?” Brooks asked.
“I don’t think any of what I believe is a lie. Soul mates, unconditional love, happy endings—it’s all real.”
“Fairy tales,” he muttered under his breath. “So explain why a marriage dissolves after twenty years because of fifteen minutes of indiscretion.”
Reaching for my glass, I answered, “It wouldn’t have if he kept it in his pants.”
He blew out a sharp breath. “No, that’s like saying twenty years, our kids, our house, our finances, everything is worth less than that fifteen minutes of fucking.” His arms threw out, his tone rather impassioned. “That’s not unconditional love. That’s the very conditional kind.”
“You’re right. It is the conditional kind. On the part of the one who engaged in the fifteen minutes of extra marital . . .” I just caught the cameraman’s hands flailing before I said, “Screwing. That was one-sided unconditional love, and that never works in a relationship.”
One of his brows rose. “That’s a convenient explanation. But I’ll stick to my beliefs that all of that unconditional love junk is worth its weight in bullshit.”
I shot the cameraman an apologetic look—so much for keeping this date in the PG realm. “Then how do you explain the couples it has worked for? The ones who live a long, happy, committed relationship together.”
“I call it a case of two determined people willing to overlook each other’s weaknesses and not be hell-bent on changing or fixing the other, who’ve figured out a way to laugh at themselves, forgive easily—not to mention often—perfect the fine balance of selflessness and selfish, and on top of that, won the relationship lottery.” Brooks clinked his glass against mine before finishing what was left of his cider. “That’s how I explain that.”
I blinked at him. “Wow. Don’t hold back or anything.”
“That’s just half of it.”

Nicole Williams is the New York Times and USATODAY bestselling author of contemporary and young adult romance, including the Crash and Lost & Found series. Her books have been published by HarperTeen and Simon & Schuster in both domestic and foreign markets, while she continues to self-publish additional titles. She is working on a new YA series with Crown Books (a division of Random House) as well. She loves romance, from the sweet to the steamy, and writes stories about characters in search of their happily even after. She grew up surrounded by books and plans on writing until the day she dies, even if it’s just for her own personal enjoyment. She still buys paperbacks because she’s all nostalgic like that, but her kindle never goes neglected for too long. When not writing, she spends her time with her husband and daughter, and whatever time’s left over she’s forced to fit too many hobbies into too little time.
Nicole is represented by Jane Dystel, of Dystel and Goderich Literary Agency.
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Friday, September 21, 2018

Release Blitz: Of Sunlight And Stardust by: Riley Hart & Christina Lee (Review, Excerpt, Teaser, & Giveaway)

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OF SUNLIGHT AND STARDUST
RILEY HART & CHRISTINA LEE
M/M ROMANCE
RELEASE DATE: 09.21.18

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Cover Design: JAY AHEER/ Simply Defined Art
Cover Image: Strangeland Photography
After the death of his wife, Tanner Rowe takes a step toward making her dream come true and buys the house with the dilapidated barn she’d been inexplicably drawn to in the picturesque Upper Peninsula. But after a year, he still can’t get past his grief long enough to make the repairs he’d promised.
Recently out of prison, Cole Lachlan has little to his name. Homeless, broke, and without many options as a felon, Cole heads to Red Bluff with hopes of a second chance. There, he meets Tanner, whose loneliness mirrors his own and soon, Cole is trading room and board for rebuilding the burned-out barn on Tanner’s property that hasn’t been touched in seventy years.
Turns out, the barn holds a lot more secrets than either of them could have imagined. After unearthing a hidden journal from 1948, Cole and Tanner spend their evenings poring through the pages and reading about a young man pining after his best friend. As they delve deeper into this forbidden affair from the past, the more Cole and Tanner’s own relationship shifts—from acquaintance to friend…to undeniable attraction.
But as they begin to deal with the newness of falling in love amid Cole’s past and Tanner’s loss, they also become more determined to unravel the mystery of the young lovers who’ve captured their hearts, the rumors about the fire, and what really happened that fateful night.
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My Thoughts:

I loved this book. Oh my it hurt my heart, but it was such a good read. Such a wonderful romance with such great characters.

What makes this book so great is that it’s almost two stories in one. Our main story is Tanner and Cole. Circumstances bring them together at a time when both of them are struggling in very different ways and fate kind of knew they would need one another. Their romance is a slow burn and I LOVED the pace. It builds so slowly but beautifully and I loved watching them help one another get their lives back on track. They both found what they needed. The other story is told through a journal from the 1940s that they find. Tanner and Cole read through this journal that documents another couple at a different time. And even though we really only see this story through journal entries, I was just as invested in this story and like Tanner and Cole I just had to know how their story ended. I really liked the story within a story aspect of the book. It is such an emotional read and I loved all of the characters, both past and present. 

I have a ton more I would love to say and discuss about this book, but I don’t want to spoil a single thing about this book as I really think it’s one you should just experience for yourself fully. I’ll leave it at this. Of Sunlight And Stardust was such a good book. It’s a great slow burn with wonderful characters. Truly just a beautiful story.

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Excerpt:

Tanner’s eyes snapped open. He didn’t know what had woken him so suddenly, but the moment he did, he realized he’d fallen asleep with Cole on the couch, that Cole’s head was on his shoulder. It was a little weird…and a little not weird…or maybe he was looking for it to be weird or not? As he sat there a moment, focusing on the heat of Cole against him, the feel of his head on his shoulder, it felt good. Christ, Cole felt good to him. It wasn’t the first time that seeing Cole, touching his skin, studying his hands or his back, felt right. That truth hit him in the gut, so the moment Cole groaned in his sleep and turned his head, Tanner slipped out from under the blanket. For a moment he considered trying to lay Cole down. Did his knee hurt? Was the position uncomfortable? But he didn’t know how to do it or if he should do it, and he suddenly really fucking needed to get out of the house. Tanner shoved his feet into his shoes. Thankfully, he was wearing jeans and a tee he’d put on before going to look for Cole last night. His keys were on the kitchen counter, so he swooped them up and quietly sneaked out of the house. Last night had been…something. How he could breathe easier after the loss of Emma, how much Cole’s friendship meant to him, Tom and Charlie, and falling asleep on the couch. It was…a lot, and he wished like hell he had his fishing supplies so he could go fishing. So what could he do? Guilt made his stomach tumble because he knew Cole would wake up and wonder where he was, might even think he’d done something wrong, which he hadn’t. Tanner just didn’t know how to do…whatever he was doing. It was like he was learning how to live again. He drove around for a little while, taking in the small town he and Emma had loved. What would she think about his friendship with Cole? He knew Emma, and she would be glad Tanner had him, that he’d allowed himself to have someone. The more he drove, the more he began to feel slightly foolish for leaving the way he had. Who cared if they fell asleep on the couch together? Who cared if having Cole around eased some of the weight in his chest? So instead of driving around town for no reason, Tanner turned and headed for the general store. He’d get some bacon and eggs, then go home and make breakfast for them.


Riley Hart Logo BannerRiley Hart is the girl who wears her heart on her sleeve. She’s a hopeless romantic, a lover of sexy stories, passionate men, and writing about all the trouble they can get into together.She loves reading, flawed characters, and hanging out with her husband and children, who she adores. She and her family live in Southern California, soaking up the sunshine while also missing seasons. Not a day goes by that she isn’t thankful she gets to wake up and do what she loves.
Life is good. Riley also writes young adult and new adult under the name Nyrae Dawn.
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Christina Lee LogoOnce upon a time, I lived in New York City and was a wardrobe stylist. I spent my days shopping for photo shoots, getting into cabs, eating amazing food, and drinking coffee at my favorite hangouts.
Now I live in the Midwest with my husband and son—my two favorite guys. I've been a clinical social worker and a special education teacher. But it wasn't until I wrote a weekly column for the local newspaper that I realized I could turn the fairytales inside my head into the reality of writing fiction.
I write Adult, New Adult, and M/M Contemporary Romance. I'm addicted to lip gloss and salted caramel everything. I believes in true love and kissing, so writing romance novels has become a dream job.
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Thursday, September 20, 2018

Recent Reads: Shadowhunters and Witches

Recent Reads is feature here on the blog. The point is to feature books I've read recently in quick recap fashion with fun info-graphics. The info-graphics came from the Bookly app, which is a great app for bloggers. You can log quotes and thoughts and track your reading stats (and no I'm not paid for this, I just really like this app). Recently I dove into worlds of shadowhunters and witches.



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