Mini-Review: <i>Waking Up Married</i> by Mira Lyn Kelly

Mini-Review: Waking Up Married by Mira Lyn Kelly

January 13, 2015 Reviews 0

Waking-up Married¬†by Mira Lyn Kelly is about Connor Reed and Megan Scott who after a wonderful evening wake-up to find themselves married! I have to say I enjoyed this book. It was a fun, light-hearted read that tugged at my own emotions just a little. Megan is an independent woman who isn’t looking for love. In fact she’s given up on men entirely, going as far as setting up an appointment for in vitro fertilization because really who needs a man ūüôĄ Connor also isn’t looking for love in a relationship, instead he wants a partner (basically all the fun… Divider

Top Ten Tuesday #22 – So Many Books, So Little Time

Top Ten Tuesday #22 – So Many Books, So Little Time

January 13, 2015 Features 4

Top Ten Tuesday¬†is an original feature/weekly meme¬†created by¬†The Broke and the Bookish. This feature was created because they are particularly fond of lists at The Broke and the Bookish. They‚Äôd love to share their lists with other bookish folks and would LOVE to see your top ten lists! With a New Year comes new books, but every year I seem to miss some from the year before. In other words, I run out of time and then NEED to play catch up so I can read this year’s books. Well, today’s TTT topic fits this perfectly: “Top Ten 2014 Releases… Read more »

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<i>Ice Country</i> by David Estes

Ice Country by David Estes

January 12, 2015 Reviews 4

Ice Country¬†by David Estes is book two of the Country Saga, the sister series of the Dwellers Saga, and takes place during and after the events of¬†Fire Country. Dazz is a young, bull-headed Icer who at the beginning of the story is nursing a broken-heart. After a bar fight leaves him and his best friend Buff with a large debt to pay, they head to the Red District to gamble a little money at cards in the hopes of winning big. Unfortunately for them they lose it all and wind up with an even bigger debt and a new jobs… Divider

Sunday Post #16 – Back to Routines

Sunday Post #16 – Back to Routines

January 11, 2015 Features 18

The¬†Sunday Post¬†is a weekly meme hosted by the Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It‚Äôs a chance to share news~ A post to recap the past week on your blog, showcase books and things you have received. Share news about what is coming up on your blog for the week ahead. See rules here:¬†Sunday Post Meme Happy Sunday everyone! I hope you’ve all had a great week. We’ve been slowly getting back into the routine of things since the holidays. Hubby’s back at work and I’m slowly getting the house back in order. Liam and I finally organized all his new toys and… Read more »

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Read-A-Thon: Dusting Off the Shelves

Read-A-Thon: Dusting Off the Shelves

January 9, 2015 Challenges 4

Woohoo for read-a-thons ūüėÄ Dusting off the Shelves is a part of the COYER Reading Challenge so how could I not participate in it. Plus it’s a great way to start weeding through my ever-growing TBR pile. The point of this read-a-thon is to find the oldest UNREAD books on your ebook shelf and read it or DNF and move on. I’m really excited about this. Currently I have well over 100 books on my TBR, all but about 5 were free or one-click sales less than $3 so they ALL qualify for my COYER challenge. Dusting off the Shelves… Read more »

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Feature & Follow Friday #1 – Collections of the Non-Bookish Variety

Feature & Follow Friday #1 – Collections of the Non-Bookish Variety

January 9, 2015 Features 9

Feature & Follow Friday is hosted by Parajunkee @¬†Parajunkee’s View and Alison @¬†Alison Can Read. Each week the two hosts post a question for Book Bloggers to answer, provide a link-up, and choose a participant to feature on their blogs. If you participate, the point is to follow others and in return gain followers. Yay!!! It’s the end of the week…almost ūüėÄ As per my New Year, New Me goals, I decided to join in on another fun blog feature. This time the feature will benefit me and others who participate, and at the same time you get to learn… Read more »

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The Young Elites by Marie Lu

The Young Elites by Marie Lu

January 8, 2015 Reviews 8

Oh my!! I seriously loved this book….it’s dark, gritty, and the main character is not the good heroine. Oh no she’s the bad guy and I sorta love her ūüėÄ The Young Elites¬†by Marie Lu is the first in a new dystopian, fantasy series about a group of young men and women who have special “gifts” granted to them from surviving the blood fever as children. Our main character, Adelina Amouteru, is arrested after accidentally killing her father one night when she was running away. On the day of her execution, she is saved by a group who call themselves… Divider

Waiting on Wednesday #7 – The Forsaken by Laura Thalassa

Waiting on Wednesday #7 – The Forsaken by Laura Thalassa

January 7, 2015 Features 0

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we are all eagerly anticipating. Today I am eagerly waiting on the next installment in¬†The Unearthly¬†series by Laura Thalassa. It’s been almost a whole year since I’ve had my Andre fix ūüėČ and the cliffhanger at the end of book three…..OMG!!! The author is killing me with the suspense!!! Luckily I don’t have to wait too much longer. It will be available March 15th ūüėÄ Is that cover not gorgeous?! I cannot wait for this book! If you haven’t read the… Read more »

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Top Ten Tuesday #21 – 2015 Newbies

Top Ten Tuesday #21 – 2015 Newbies

January 6, 2015 Features 16

  Top Ten Tuesday¬†is an original feature/weekly meme¬†created by¬†The Broke and the Bookish. This feature was created because they are particularly fond of lists at The Broke and the Bookish. They‚Äôd love to share their lists with other bookish folks and would LOVE to see your top ten lists! Happy 1st Tuesday of the New Year everyone! As we look forward into 2015, there are a lot of great books coming out (like SJM’s newest series,¬†Winter,¬†and¬†The Legend). And with new books come some brand new authors as well. This week’s Top Ten Tuesday topic is “Top Ten Most Anticipated Debut… Read more »

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<i>Marked</i> by Sarah Fine

Marked by Sarah Fine

January 5, 2015 Reviews 5

Marked¬†by Sarah Fine is the first book in a brand new series entitled¬†Servants of Fate about the Ferry family and their curse or gift of ferrying the dead to their final resting place. First off I’d like to preface my review by saying that I adore Sarah Fine and fell in love with her¬†Guards of the Shadowlands¬†series (so expect some fangirling). While this new series is very similar, it is also very different. For starters it is New Adult all the way. Guards was a 16+ or young adult crowd, not so with Servants. There are steamy scenes and lots… Divider

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