Wishlist Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Pen to Paper. It’s where we get to share books that have been on our wishlists forever or are newly added. My Amazon Wishlist is overflowing, so let’s see what title I’m featuring this week…
Lucky Break was a very quick and very cute Rockstar Romance. Olivia aka Lucky has just gotten her big break. She went from nobody, to touring the country over night. She’s not quite a big name yet, but once the hottest drummer on the planet joins her band, her name is everywhere. It probably helps that she’s caught kissing him. But are these feelings real, or does what happens on tour stay on tour?
Torrential had a lot of potential, but ultimately let me down. I knew things were going to be rocky from that very first chapter. Sebastian Crane (you must use his full name) was just not a likeable person. Although, he’s like that on purpose to keep from caring about anyone. Then he meets May, who won’t let him push her away. Yes, this is the typical, saved by the power of love type New Adult. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, but it didn’t do anything new.
My blog rarely ever reflects what I’m actually reading, because I’m always ahead on reviews. But thanks to It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?, you’ll finally get to see what I’m reading, when I’m reading it, and what I plan to read next!
Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted at Caffeinated Book Reviewer to recap our weeks and show off our new bookish goodies!
Out on Good Behavior is hella gay in the best possible way! I’ve been very excited to finally get Frankie’s story, and I was not disappointed! We’ve seen her in action in the previous two books and already learned that she’s pansexual and just generally a sexual person. We also briefly met Samara, Cait’s hot new roommate who may or not be gay. Frankie’s convinced that her gaydar is never wrong, and of course in this instance it’s not. But Samara doesn’t do casual, so Frankie will have to learn to how to be a good girlfriend if she wants to get the girl of her dreams.
I really enjoyed Live for Me. It’s unlike other NA Romances that I’ve read, but still has that same feel like I love about the genre. When it starts, Tiffany is being kicked out of her grandmother’s house. She bounced from foster home to foster home until her grandmother took her in four years ago, because she needed care. But now she’s out. Tiffany doesn’t let it get her down though. She finds a job working as a housekeeper which comes with free board so that she can save for college classes. Then she meets her boss and her life changes forever.