Top Ten Tuesday – Top Ten books when you need something light and fun This week on Top Ten Tuesday, we share the Top Ten books we turn to when we want to read something light and fun. Top Ten Tuesdays is a fun meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, where we share our excitement for books, and I really like how this meme makes me think about the books I read, why I read them, and who to recommend my favorite reads to. So, here we go :
*I received a free ARC of Temptation from Entangled Publishing via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review* Temptation is a beautiful story, about temptation, courage and love. Laura arrives in Pennsylvania to film her next movie, and little does she know how much temptation she will find in Amish country. When she first meets Jacob, she only wants to order a crib for her niece, and she notices how much he is a man – even if he is very different from all the men she has met before.
Welcome to It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? This is a meme hosted by Sheila @ Book Journey; and I think it is great to start the week with what I’m reading right this minute, and what I’ll be reading (or planning on reading, anyway) for the rest of the week. Please visit Sheila’s blog to sign up on her linky, or you can do so below,and just know that every week, a lucky winner is drawn from the bloggers or posters (no need to even have a blog) who comment on at least ten posts in the It’s Monday meme. The winner gets a $5 Amazon gift card. How awesome is that?
Sidekick Saturday #2 Sidekick Saturday is a weekly meme hosted by Jaclyn at JC’s Book Haven. There are many secondary characters that are as great as the primaries. In some cases, the sidekicks actually steal the show and you like them better than the heroine or hero. Maybe they didn’t have enough page time for how great they were. Anyone can play along! Just do the following: • Choose a sidekick *or someone other than the hero or heroine* that you would like to put in the spotlight that fits in this week’s type • Share a picture and information about the character • Give the title and author of a book the character can be found in • Please don’t […]
Feature and Follow #42 YAY it’s Friday! Gain new followers and make new friends with the Book Blogger Feature and Follow! If this is your first time here, welcome! You are about to make some new friends and gain new followers — but you have to know — the point of this hop is to follow other bloggers also. I follow you, you follow me. The Feature and Follow is hosted by TWO hosts, Rachel of Parajunkee’s View and Alison of Alison Can Read. Each host will have their own Feature Blog and this way it’ll allow us to meet more new bloggers!
Inferno is the fourth book in the Chronicles of Nick series, and it brought the whole story back on track for me. I wasn’t all that happy with Infamous, because that felt too much like a filler than an actual novel to me. With Inferno, though, my love for Nick and the whole Dark Hunter world made sense again, even if I’m still not completely happy with the time-travel aspect of the story. Yes, yes, I know, it’s fiction, and time travel cannot even happen in the real world. But still, most stories that deal with time travel follow some time/space continuum rules, that are not followed in the Chronicles of Nick, and it confuses me!
All He Ever Needed is book four in the Kowalski Family series, but we’re with the cousins of the characters from the first three books. Mitch is the town’s golden boy, and boy, do I understand why! Mitch is back in town to help out at the lodge while his younger brother, Josh, heals his broken leg. On his way to the lodge, Mitch stops at the diner, surprised to see it up and running – with a new name to boot. When he lays his eyes on Paige, he appreciates the sight of a beautiful woman, and he quickly decides that she will be his next fling – six weeks is more than enough for him to work with […]
*I received a free ARC of The Reluctant Reaper from Pocket Star via Edelweiss in exchange of an honest review* On the night of her 25th birthday, Kristy’s life as she knows it takes a huge turn for the worse, or maybe actually better. As her soul is reaped by mistake, her body is in a coma, and she is brought to the Netherworld by Dante. The Reluctant Reaper is filled with 80s and 90s references that truly had me laughing out loud, and the wordplay is masterfully done. There is a lot of it, and I had trouble choosing what to quote in my review!
*I received a free ARC of Ten Reasons to Stay from Pocket Star via Edelweiss in exchange of an honest review* Ten Reasons to Stay is a very short, hot historical romance, with Colin Hunt – half Indian-half English – who has just inherited the title of Earl, and come to live in England for the first time of his life. The first night in his new home, and he goes out to the stables where he comes face to face with a horse-thief! It just so happens that the horse-thief is a young miss dressed up as a boy, and she’s hell-bent on running away with one of his horses to escape an arranged marriage. All Colin wants to […]
It’s Monday! What are you Reading? Welcome to It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? This is a meme hosted by Sheila @ Book Journey; and I think it is great to start the week with what I’m reading right this minute, and what I’ll be reading (or planning on reading, anyway) for the rest of the week. Please visit Sheila’s blog to sign up on her linky, or you can do so below,and just know that every week, a lucky winner is drawn from the bloggers or posters (no need to even have a blog) who comment on at least ten posts in the It’s Monday meme. The winner gets a $5 Amazon gift card. How awesome is that?