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…
Bad Boy is a kind of companion novel to the author’s previous two books. I would definitely recommend reading Black Iris first, since that one gives a lot of background into what Ren is involved in, which is a vigilante group formed to punish evil men. We’re thrust straight into that world, and there are some quick recaps and introductions, but I do think reading the first novel first will make it make more sense. There are also characters from Cam Girl, but no plot threads, so it’s not necessary to understand what’s happening here, but I’d say read it anyway because it’s freaking fantastic! Anyway, this is Ren’s story of how he was hurt by their current target, and how he’s going to make sure it doesn’t happen again […]
“Your passport to calm” is a fitting tagline for the Bliss series of adult coloring books. The Love Coloring Book is much smaller than a standard coloring book, and is just slightly larger than a passport. It’s still jam packed with 47 coloring pages though. As the name suggests, the pictures all depict love related imagery. There’s mostly hearts and flowers, but there’s also quotes, romantic locations, and a few couples (human and animals).
Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted at Caffeinated Book Reviewer to recap our weeks and show off our new bookish goodies!
The Winter edition of the Clean Out Your E-Reads Challenge is here! And with the change in season, comes a new, strict rule set. This time we’re only allowed to read ebooks and audiobooks which we got for free or cheap ($1 for ebooks, $5 for audio) before the challenge starts! We all know that I have a million books which qualify, so I’m not lacking for reading material. The real challenge will be choosing which ones I’ll finally read! And staying away from my library for 12 weeks.Some Possible Reads:What I’ve Read:Nothing yet! The challenge starts December 19th!SaveSave
Once Bitten is one of those books that I probably would have liked a lot more if I had read it when it was first published (or at least when I first purchased it). Of course, that just means that I don’t think it’s held up over the years and wasn’t that original to start with. Kita is a shapeshifter who has left her home world to live among the humans, but she’s being hunted. Then she’s attacked, left for dead, and turned into a vampire to save her life. If that’s not enough, now she’s being held responsible for the attacks plaguing her city and has two nights to find the real attacker.
Even though How to Lose a Bride in One Night begins with attempted murder, it’s a very cute and sweet read. Annaliese has just gotten married to a duke and everything seems too good to be true. Because it is. Instead of a wedding night, she’s suffocated, then thrown overboard from their wedding barge. Anna makes it to shore where she’s found by Owen who takes her for help. Owen doesn’t want to get attached but he can’t just leave Anna since it’s obvious she’s in trouble.