Top Ten Tuesday #8

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s theme is Top Ten Books For Readers Who Like Contemporary Romance.

1. Call Me Cat Trilogy by Karpov Kinrade 


2. No Regrets Series by Lauren Blakely
3. The Guest House by Erika Marks
4. Stealing Hearts by Erika Marks
5. Breathe for Me by Natalie Anderson

6. Untamed Hearts by Melody Grace
7. The Billionaire Wins the Game by Melody Anne (Billionaire Bachelors Book 1)
8. His Wicked Games by Ember Casey
9.Betting on You by Jessie Evans (Always a Bridesmaid Book 1)


10. One More Day by M. Malone (The Alexanders Book 1)







Weekly Book Recap #8

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? is a weekly meme hosted by Shelia at Book Journey.

I’m currently participating in March Madness 2015 which is a month long read-a-thon hosted by Cedar Station.

What I Posted: 
What I Read: 

The Billionaire Wins the Game by Melody Anne (Audio)


Stealing Rose by Monica Murphy (Netgalley)
Currently Reading: 

The Glass Arrow by Kristen Simmons
The Complete Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi
Enchantment Lake by Margi Preus (Netgalley)
The Secret to Seduction by Ember Casey (ARC)
Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy
Up Next: 


Seduction by Violetta Rand (Netgalley)
The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
Hidden Ecstasy by Setta Jay

Stealing Rose by Monica Murphy #Review

Title: Stealing Rose
Author: Monica Murphy

Genre: Erotica

Publisher: Bantam
Publication Date: March 3, 2015

I received this ARC for free in exchange for an honest review. 

Series or Standalone: The Fowler Sisters (Book 2)

People say the youngest child has it easy, but nothing can be further from the truth. Unlike my two sisters, Violet and Lily, I’m never in the limelight. I just work my butt off for Fleur Cosmetics and get little to no thanks for it. I’ve been pushed too far one too many times, and I’m finally brave enough to do something about it.

Maybe my newfound courage has something to do with the amazing pink and white diamond necklace I wear to the party in Cannes. The instant those dazzling heirloom jewels touch my skin, they excite some deep, aching need inside. And when that guy-that totally gorgeous guy-locks eyes with me, I know this nice girl is going to be naughty. 

For once it’s my turn. My turn to say no to my father, to outshine my sisters, to walk away from it all-straight into the arms of a mysterious stranger. But what if Caden is much more than I bargained for? Sure, he makes me feel sexy and free in a way I never have before, but there’s something else I can’t quite place- something dangerous. Maybe our “chance” meeting wasn’t so random. Maybe he was looking for me for a reason. Whatever his motive, there’s no going back now. 

And maybe I don’t want to. 

Review: 
This is book 2 in the Fowler Sisters series and I have not read book 1, Owning Violet. However, this book was very easy to follow along with since it’s about the youngest sister, Rose, and book 1 is about the middle sister, Violet. 

Rose is smart and dependable, working her family’s company, Fleur Cosmetics. She feels under appreciated by everyone but especially her father. Her grandmother gives her a pink and white diamond necklace that belonged to Rose’s Aunt Poppy to wear to a party in Cannes. It seems to give her the courage she needs to take time for herself and meeting Caden just helps that along. 

Caden is a dirty talking thief who only wants one thing, Rose’s diamond necklace. He will do whatever it takes to get this necklace so he can cash in on it. When he actually meets Rose and sparks fly between them, Caden struggles with himself. He wants to go on the straight and narrow for Rose, but will she give him the chance? You’ll just have to read it for yourself to find out. 😉

Let me just say that Monica Murphy knows how to write scenes of the sexual nature. If you are looking for an extremely erotic story with lots of details, then this is the book for you (or rather the series). It was hot, hot, hot!!! I didn’t want to put this book down and only did so when the real world had to intervene. 

Rating: 5 stars

Book Review: Game Play by Lynda Aicher

Title: Game Play
Author: Lynda Aicher

Genre: Romance, Erotica

Publisher: Carina Press
Publishing Date: February 16, 2015

I received this ARC for free in exchange for an honest review. 

Series or Stand Alone: Power Play #1

One night, one time, nothing more. That’s all it was supposed to be. They’d agreed their first night together would be their only night together- and Minnesota Glaciers denfenseman Dylan Rylie was fine with that. Giant hickeys and claw marks on his ass had never been his style, even if the very memory of Samantha Yates’s merciless sexual energy gets him hard within seconds. He needs to focus on getting a better contract, not mind-blowing orgasms.

One night, one time, nothing more. Fresh off representing the US at the Games and with nowhere else to play, Samantha gave in to one night of frantic passion with the Glaciers’ brawny hotshot. She couldn’t get hurt- not if she controlled the outcome. And she planned to leave Minnesota soon, anyway. She didn’t expect to be recruited to coach Dylan after they’d gotten down and dirty.

When brutal on-ice workouts lead to kinky locker room sessions and “one night” falls by the wayside, Samantha insists on keeping things casual, despite Dylan’s quiet hope for more. But when Dylan goes down hard- and his career is in jeopardy, Samantha is the first one by his side. What will it take to keep her there after he’s healed?

Review: 
Samantha Yates played for the US hockey team in the Olympic Games but after the Games ended so did her hockey career. She refuses to play on a women’s professional team since they don’t get paid like the men’s pro hockey players do. Therefore, she decides to leave her hockey dream behind becoming resentful of any hockey players. When she meets Minnesota Glaciers defenseman, Dylan Rylie, she is instantly attracted to him which leads to one night of passion. At least that’s what they agreed to.

Dylan can’t get Samantha off his mind so he asks his coach to get her to help him with his hockey game. It becomes obvious quickly that neither of them can keep their hands off each other. Dylan gets injured during a game and Samantha rushes to be at his side. As he heals, Samantha tries to find a way not to fall for him. Dylan’s goal of getting a renewal on his contract and Samantha’s goal of getting away from hockey are keeping them apart.

Samantha’s struggle with leaving hockey makes her bitter and resentful, and she is unable to be happy for anybody else’s success in hockey. I felt that by her being so resentful of the fact that she couldn’t play pro hockey and get paid for it, she was forgetting her accomplishments. I really liked her character because she wasn’t a girly-girl but she was afraid to lose any control.

Dylan was easy to fall for. He was sweet, hot, and willing to give it a try with Samantha even though he wasn’t looking for a relationship. It was a nice change to see a guy going after the girl even when she kept pushing him away. The sex scenes were steamy. Overall, this was a great read. I just wish there had been a little more about Dylan’s past included to understand his cowboy image better.

Rating: 4 stars

TTT: All-time Favorite Books From The Past 3 Years

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic is Top Ten Books You Would Classify As ALL TIME FAVORITE From The Past 3 Years. This is going to be a little difficult for me because I took a reading hiatus while I was finishing up college so I only really started reading on a regular basis again less than a year ago. Therefore I’m just going to list my Top 5. 

1. In the Belly of the Bloodhound (A Bloody Jack Adventure) by L.A. Meyer. This also goes for the remainder of the series but this is by far my favorite. This is book 3 and it’s just awesome!
2. The Guest House by Erika Marks.


3. Looking for Alaska by John Green. 



4. Divergent by Veronica Roth

5. Beastly by Alex Flinn



Book Review: As Good As Dead by Elizabeth Evans

Title: As Good As Dead
Author: Elizabeth Evans

Genre: Literary/Fiction (Adult)

Publisher: Bloomsbury USA
Publication Date: March 31, 2015

Series or Stand Alone: Stand Alone

I received this ARC for free in exchange for an honest review. 

At the high-octane Iowa Writers’ Workshop, small-town Charlotte is thrilled and confounded by her relationship with charismatic and sophisticated Esme: One moment, Esme is Charlotte’s best friend; the next, Esme shuns her. After a tumultuous weekend, Charlotte’s insecurities and her resentment over Esme’s confusing behavior reach a fever pitch. Blindly, Charlotte betrays her friend- in the process, unleashing a cascade of calamities on her own head.

Twenty years later, Charlotte is a married novelist and professor- when Esme returns, bringing the past that Charlotte grieved over, and believed buried, to Charlotte’s doorstep. Charlotte is both mystified and elated by friend’s reappearance. Though she yearns to redeem the old friendship and her transgression, she is wary, and rightly so: Esme makes no mention of Charlotte’s old betrayal but her invitation to dinner leads to a request- one that is highly unethical and includes an unstated threat.

Charlotte is faced with a choice: comply and violate her integrity or refuse and risk the destruction of her marriage. As Good As Dead performs an exquisitely tuned psychological high-wire act as it explores the dangers that lie in wait when trust is poisoned by secrets and fears.

Review: 

In this book, you will see how the past really does shape the future. The characters are very relatable and it’s easy to connect with them. Almost everyone has that one friend who they want to accept them no matter what. This is how Charlotte feels about Esme.

Charlotte is shy and insecure where as Esme claims to be shy but seems to be the exact opposite. Charlotte yearns to be accepted as Esme’s friend and Esme knows it. Esme treats Charlotte in a confusing way; one minute she’s listening to Charlotte attentively, the next, ignoring her. One day Charlotte has had enough and feeling betrayed she commits the ultimate betrayal herself.

Twenty years later, Esme returns to blackmail Charlotte for that betrayal. This puts Charlotte’s marriage and integrity on the line. While I admit, I didn’t care too much for Will, Charlotte’s husband, I definitely didn’t want their marriage to be put in jeopardy over something that happened such a long time before. I could see why Charlotte fell in love with him in the first place so I tried to like him.

I love the way this book is written in the present with flash backs to twenty years previous. The flashbacks always relate to something that is currently going on in Charlotte’s life. I also like that there are other lessons present in the book than just the ones that pertain to the betrayal of Charlotte and Esme’s friendship. The reader really gets to see Charlotte grow as a person and by the end Charlotte has many redeeming qualities.

Rating: 4 stars

March Madness 2015 Progress

This is where I will update daily about my progress with the March Madness 2015 read-a-long. To see my goals and the books I have to read, you can see my sign up post. To find out more about this read-a-long, see this post on Cedar Station. 
11/12 Books Read
8/8 Reviews Written
Sunday, March 1
  • Books Read- The Billionaire Wins the Game by Melody Anne (Audiobook)
  • Percent/pages Read- 85%
  • Time- 6 hours
  • Books Finished- none
Monday, March 2
  • Books Read- The Billionaire Wins the Game by Melody Anne (Audiobook)
  • Percent/pages Read- 15%
  • Time- 1 hour 20 min
  • Books Finished- The Billionaire Wins the Game

Tuesday, March 3

  • Books Read- Stealing Rose by Monica Murphy
  • Percent/pages Read- 23 pages
  • Time- 45 min
  • Books Finished- none
Wednesday, March 4
  • Books Read- Stealing Rose by Monica Murphy
  • Percent/pages Read- 202 pages
  • Time- 2 hours 5 min
  • Books Finished- none
Thursday, March 5
  • Books Read- Stealing Rose by Monica Murphy; The Complete Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi
  • Percent/pages Read- 112 pages; 62 pages
  • Time- 1 hours 45 min
  • Books Finished- Stealing Rose by Monica Murphy
Friday, March 6
  • Books Read- The Complete Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi
  • Percent/pages Read- 50 pages
  • Time- 20 min
  • Books Finished- none
Saturday, March 7
  • Books Read- The Secret to Seduction by Ember Casey; The Glass Arrow by Kristen Simmons
  • Percent/pages Read- 27%; 58 pages
  • Time- 2 hours 35 min
  • Books Finished- none
Sunday, March 8
  • Books Read- The Glass Arrow by Kristen Simmons; Enchantment Lake by Margi Preus
  • Percent/pages Read- 20 pages; 23%
  • Time- 2 hours
  • Books Finished- none
Monday, March 9
  • Books Read- The Secret to Seduction by Ember Casey
  • Percent/pages Read- 34%
  • Time- 2 hours 7 min
  • Books Finished- none
Tuesday, March 10
  • Books Read- The Secret to Seduction by Ember Casey
  • Percent/pages Read- 39%
  • Time- 2 hours 30 min
  • Books Finished- The Secret to Seduction by Ember Casey
Wednesday, March 11

  • Books Read- The Complete Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi; The Glass Arrow by Kristen Simmons
  • Percent/pages Read- 30 pages; 20 pages
  • Time- 1 hour
  • Books Finished- none
Thursday, March 12
  • Books Read- Enchantment Lake by Margi Preus
  • Percent/pages Read- 10%
  • Time- 25 min
  • Books Finished- none
Friday, March 13
  • Books Read- The Complete Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi
  • Percent/pages Read- 25 pages
  • Time- 15 min
  • Books Finished- none
Saturday, March 14
  • Books Read- The Glass Arrow by Kristen Simmons; Enchantment Lake by Margi Preus
  • Percent/pages Read- 25 pages; 29%
  • Time- 2 hours
  • Books Finished- none
Sunday, March 15
  • Books Read- The Complete Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi
  • Percent/pages Read- 174 pages
  • Time- 1 hour 30 min
  • Books Finished- The Complete Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi
Monday, March 16

  • Books Read- Enchantment Lake by Margi Preus; Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy
  • Percent/pages Read- 38%; 30 pages
  • Time- 2 hours
  • Books Finished- Enchantment Lake by Margi Preus

Tuesday, March 17

  • Books Read- Beyond Love and Hate by Zoe York; Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy
  • Percent/pages Read- 100%; 225 pages
  • Time- 4 hours
  • Books Finished- Beyond Love and Hate by Zoe York

Wednesday, March 18

  • Books Read- Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy; The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
  • Percent/pages Read- 208 pages; 25 pages
  • Time- 2 hours
  • Books Finished- Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy

Thursday, March 19

  • Books Read- Seduction by Violetta Rand; The Joker’s Dozen by Laurie S. Sutton
  • Percent/pages Read- 30%; 100%
  • Time- 2 hours 15 min
  • Books Finished- The Joker’s Dozen by Laurie S. Sutton

Friday, March 20

  • Books Read- Seduction by Violetta Rand; The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chboksy
  • Percent/pages Read- 23%; 15 pages
  • Time- 1 hour 30 min
  • Books Finished- none

Saturday, March 21

  • Books Read- The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky; The Glass Arrow by Kristen Simmons
  • Percent/pages Read-10 pages; 25 pages
  • Time- 1 hour
  • Books Finished- none

Sunday, March 22

  • Books Read- Seduction by Violetta Rand; The Glass Arrow by Kristen Simmons
  • Percent/pages Read- 25%; 20 pages
  • Time- 2 hours
  • Books Finished- none

Monday, March 23

  • Books Read- Seduction by Violetta Rand; The Glass Arrow by Kristen Simmons
  • Percent/pages Read- 22%; 15 pages
  • Time- 1 hour 20 min
  • Books Finished- Seduction by Violetta Rand

Tuesday, March 24

  • Books Read- The Glass Arrow by Kristen Simmons; A Touch of Passion by Bronwen Evans
  • Percent/pages Read- 15; 19%
  • Time- 1 hour 15 min
  • Books Finished- none

Wednesday, March 25

  • Books Read- A Touch of Passion by Bronwen Evans
  • Percent/pages Read- 8%
  • Time- 30 min
  • Books Finished- none

Thursday, March 26

  • Books Read- The Glass Arrow by Kristen Simmons
  • Percent/pages Read- 50 pages
  • Time- 1 hour
  • Books Finished- none

Friday, March 27

  • Books Read- If I Stay by Gayle Forman
  • Percent/pages Read- 15%
  • Time- 45 min
  • Books Finished- none

Saturday, March 28

  • Books Read- A Touch of Passion by Bronwen Evans; If I Stay by Gayle Forman
  • Percent/pages Read- 9%; 23%
  • Time- 1 hour 45 min
  • Books Finished- none

Sunday, March 29

  • Books Read- The Glass Arrow by Kristen Simmons; Love, Lucy by April Lidner
  • Percent/pages Read- 78 pages; 13 pages
  • Time- 2 hours 
  • Books Finished- The Glass Arrow by Kristen Simmons

Monday, March 30

  • Books Read- If I Stay by Gayle Forman
  • Percent/pages Read- 23%
  • Time- 1 hour
  • Books Finished- none

Tuesday, March 31

  • Books Read- If I Stay by Gayle Forman
  • Percent/pages Read- 39%
  • Time- 1 hour 30 min
  • Books Finished- If I Stay by Gayle Forman

March Madness 2015 Sign Up

March Madness 2015 is a month long read-a-thon hosted by Cedar Station. I love participating in read-a-thons! I already had planned to try to read a lot in March and this gives me extra motivation.

Goals

  • Read everyday from 3/1 to 3/31
  • Write 8 reviews
  • Finish 12 books
Books to Read
  • The Billionaire Wins the Game by Melody Anne (Audiobook)
  • Bound by Bliss by Lavinia Kent (Netgalley)
  • Pretty Famous by Carla Caruso (Netgalley)
  • Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy
  • The Complete Persopolis by Marjane Satrapi
  • The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
  • Love and Profanity by Nick Healy (Netgalley)
  • Hidden Ecstasy by Setta Jay
  • The Glass Arrow by Kristen Simmons
  • Enchantment Lake by Mari Preus (Netgalley)
  • Seduction by Violetta Rand (Netgalley) 
  • Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov
  • If I Stay by Gayle Forman
  • Lost and Found by Nicole Williams
  • Until You by Jeannie Moore (Netgalley)
  • Stealing Rose by Monica Murphy (Netgalley)
  • The Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessy by Rachel Joyce (Netgalley)
  • Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins
  • You and I Alone by Melissa Toppen (ARC)
  • You and I Together by Melissa Toppen (ARC)
  • Rock and Release by Riley Edgewood
  • Surf and Surrender by Riley Edgewood (Netgalley)
  • More than Music by Elizabeth Briggs
  • More than Comics by Elizabeth Briggs (Netgalley)
  • The Secret to Seduction by Ember Casey (eARC)
  • Beyond Love and Hate by Zoe York (eARC)
  • The Joker’s Dozen by Laurie S. Sutton (Netgalley)

Weekly Book Recap

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? is a weekly meme hosted by Sheila at Book Journey.

This past week the weather was crazy so my internet kept coming in and out. I had several ideas for posts and a couple of reviews that I did not get to that I hope to include this coming week.

What I Posted: 
Finished Reading: 
Beastly by Alex Flinn
The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
Currently Reading: 
The Billionaire Wins the Game by Melody Anne (Audio)
Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy
Bound by Bliss by Lavinia Kent (Netgalley)
Pretty Famous by Carla Caruso (Netgalley)
Up Next: 
 Hidden Ecstasy by Setta Jay
The Glass Arrow by Kristen Simmons
Leave a link to your It’s Monday post so I can view yours! 

Monthly Wrap-up: February 2015

February was a fun month for me. I participated in the Be a Better Blogger Challenge, the Love for Books Readathon, and the 2015 Book Blogger Loveathon. I became more active on twitter and instagram thanks to the Loveathon. I hope March is as good as February! 

Books Read: 10

Paper Towns by John Green
Power and Possession by C.C. Gibbs
Columbine by Dave Cullen 
Escape Velocity by Jess Anastasi
Stealing Hearts by Erika Marks
An Abundance of Katherines by John Green 
Fool’s Paradise by Jo Ann Ferguson


Game Play by Lynda Aicher

Beastly by Alex Flinn

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green 
Reviews Written: 8
Top Books for February:

    



Reading Challenge Updates 

This is the first monthly wrap-up I’m posting so I will include updates for my reading challenges for January and February. You can see my main starter post here.

Where Are You Reading? Challenge

Alabama: Looking for Alaska by John Green
Arizona: As Good As Dead by Elizabeth Evans
Colorado: Columbine by Dave Cullen
Florida: Paper Towns by John Green
Indiana: The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
Massachusetts: The Guest House by Erika Marks
Minnesota: Game Play by Lynda Aicher
New York: Beastly by Alex Flinn
South Carolina: Stealing Hearts by Erika Marks
Tennessee: An Abundance of Katherines by John Green
Texas: Surrender by Violetta Rand
Wisconsin: Autumn in Carthage by Christopher Zenos
Monte Carlo, Monaco: Power and Possession by C.C. Gibbs
England: Fool’s Paradise by Jo Ann Ferguson
Laurentia: Heart of Fire by Mary Lennox
Ilari, Brannon System: Escape Velocity by Jess Anastasi

12/50 states
2 other countries
2 fictional places

Young Adult Contemporary Reading Challenge

1. Looking for Alaska by John Green
2. Paper Towns by John Green
3. An Abundance of Katherines by John Green
4. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

4/16 books

Historical Romance Reading Challenge

1. Heart of Fire by Mary Lennox
2. Fool’s Paradise by Jo Ann Ferguson

2/12 books read

Erotic Romance Reading Challenge

1. Game Play by Lynda Aicher

1/24 books read

Alphabet Soup Reading Challenge- sign up post

A: Autumn in Carthage by Christopher Zenos
B: Beastly by Alex Flinn
C: Columbine by Dave Cullen
E: Escape Velocity by Jess Anastasi
F: Fool’s Paradise by Jo Ann Ferguson
G: Game Play by Lynda Aicher
H: Heart of Fire by Mary Lennox
L: Looking for Alaska by John Green
P: Paper Towns by John Green
S: Stealing Hearts by Erika Marks

10/26 books read

Books in Translation Reading Challenge

0/6 books read

New to You Reading Challenge

1. Looking for Alaska by John Green (new to me author)
2. Autumn in Carthage by Christopher Zenos (new to me genre)
3. Escape Velocity by Jess Anastasi (new to me author)
4. Fool’s Paradise by Jo Ann Ferguson (new to me author)

4/ 12 books read

Literary Pickers Reading Challenge- sign up post

Painting- His Wicked Games by Ember Casey; p. 75
Condom- Surrender by Violetta Rand; loc 879 of 3401
Shopping Cart/basket- The Guest House by Erika Marks; p.
Rope- Power and Possession by C.C. Gibbs; loc 1941 of 4233
Carriage- Heart of Fire by Mary Lennox; loc 999 of 5433
Space Ship- Escape Velocity by Jess Anastasi; loc 174 of 2505
Truck/ Jeep- Stealing Hearts by Erika Marks; loc 151 of 1470
Clouds- Fool’s Paradise by Jo Ann Ferguson; loc 746 of 3466
Cowboy Boots- Game Play by Lynda Aicher; loc 816 of 4567

9/25 items

Back to the Classics Reading Challenge

0/6 books read

Pages Read Challenge- sign up post

January: 2,237 pages
February: 2,913
Total so Far: 5,150/52,000 pages

Banned Books Challenge

1. Looking for Alaska by John Green

1/15 books read

What’s in a Name? Reading Challenge

0/6 books read

You Read How Many Books? Challenge

1. Looking for Alaska by John Green
2. His Wicked Games by Ember Casey
3. Autumn in Carthage by Christopher Zenos
4. The Guest House by Erika Marks
5. As Good As Dead by Elizabeth Evans
6. Surrender by Violetta Rand
7. Playing Doctor by Kate Allure
8. Heart of Fire by Mary Lennox
9. Paper Towns by John Green
10. Power and Possession by C.C. Gibbs
11.Columbine by Dave Cullen
12. Escape Velocity by Jess Anastasi
13. Stealing Hearts by Erika Marks
14. An Abundance of Katherines by John Green
15. Fool’s Paradise by Jo Ann Ferguson
16. Game Play by Lynda Aicher
17. Beastly by Alex Flinn
18. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

18/200 books read

Victorian Reading Challenge

0/5 books read

Contemporary Romance Challenge

1. His Wicked Games by Ember Casey
2. Surrender by Violetta Rand

2/21 books read

Netgalley Challenge- sign up post

1. As Good As Dead by Elizabeth Evans
2. Surrender by Violetta Rand
3. Playing Doctor by Kate Allure
4. Heart of Fire by Mary Lennox
5. Power and Possession by C.C. Gibbs
6. Escape Velocity by Jess Anastasi
7. Stealing Hearts by Erika Marks
8. Fool’s Paradise by Jo Ann Ferguson

8/30 books read

Reading Challenge Addict- sign up post

0/18 challenges completed

#2015HW Reading Assignment Challenge- sign up post

1. An Abundance of Katherines by John Green
2. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

I’m using my pass this month
2/33 books read