Nov 30, 2013

Stacking the Shelves

I was walking through my local book store and came across this hardcover for 60% off! I couldn't pass it up! I ordered some more books but they aren't here yet, so you will see them next week :)


The 5th Wave
By: Rick Yancy

After the 1st wave, only darkness remains. After the 2nd, only the lucky escape. And after the 3rd, only the unlucky survive. After the 4th wave, only one rule applies: trust no one.

Now, it’s the dawn of the 5th wave, and on a lonely stretch of highway, Cassie runs from Them. The beings who only look human, who roam the countryside killing anyone they see. Who have scattered Earth’s last survivors. To stay alone is to stay alive, Cassie believes, until she meets Evan Walker. Beguiling and mysterious, Evan Walker may be Cassie’s only hope for rescuing her brother—or even saving herself. But Cassie must choose: between trust and despair, between defiance and surrender, between life and death. To give up or to get up.


That's all I got this week!
What all did you guys get??

Nov 27, 2013

Be, Room, Cliff Tag!! (Vlog)

I saw this tag a little while ago and just haven't had the time to really sit down and film it. I finally decided to film it today.

I had to film it while it was night time and rainy, so sorry for the bad lighting, but I hope you all can still see it okay :) I am partially out of the screen just so you guys can see the books as I put them on the shelf!

I had a blast with this, and I hate how hard some of these were to pick.

I wasn't tagged by anyone to do this, and I decided to tag anyone who wants to do it to go ahead and give it a shot. Please be sure to leave me the link to the video so I can watch yours too :)

Waiting on Wednesday

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly blog topic that is brought to you by Jill over at Breaking the Spine!!


Across the Ocean
By: Heather Sosbee
Release Date: December 1st, 2013

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Brooke has spent the last four years dreaming of visiting Iceland. When everything in her life seems to fall apart, she takes it as a sign that now is the time to go. She heads to the land where the sun doesn’t set, the mountains are fierce, and the hot pools are divine.
Ari is the handsome Viking that Brooke has fallen for over the years through the internet. Now that she finally gets to meet him in person, she’s unprepared for how steamy things are between them. Only Ari isn’t available. He’s involved with a woman whose jealousy brings nothing but torment between Brooke and Ari. Will Ari choose Brooke? Or will she be forced to leave all of her dreams behind?

This book is for mature audiences only, due to sexual content, language, and difficult scenarios.

Nov 26, 2013

Top Ten Tuesday -- Top Ten Things I Am Thankful For

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme brought to you at The Broke and the Bookish!! Each week we will be releasing a top ten book related list for you all to enjoy!
I decided to do this Top Ten not only with books, but my whole life as well!

Top Ten Things I Am Thankful For


1. My Family
My family is my everything. Without them I wouldn't be the person I am today. I love them very much and don't know what I would do if I didn't have them in my life. I'm close with my entire family and am very thankful for that. My Mommy is not only my mother, but she is my best friend. I love her very very very much and I wouldn't be able to go on anymore if I didn't have her in my life.

2. My Boyfriend/Soulmate
My boyfriend was also my childhood best friend, we split apart due to life getting in the way, but a couple years ago we were able to meet back up. We fell in love and have been together ever since. I love that he knows about my whole life and knows about me now. I can go to him for anything and I know I will always be able to. I have spent years searching for the right guy, but I found out that he was in front of me the whole time.

3. My puppy
I got my Chihuahua, Moose, back in 2007 and it is the best decision I have ever made. No matter the day I have, I can come home and know he will always be happy to see me. I get such a warmth in heart when he is around and I am so glad to have him in my life.

4. My Job
I have two jobs. I have a job in a tackle store that I have some of the best friendships with my coworkers there. I had to have my hours dropped due to a slow season, so I ended up going and getting a full time job during the week. I am also a teacher to 2 year old little kiddos. I love it there, even on the stressful days. I love that I now have a steady income and have coworkers there that I am getting close to as well :) Without my jobs, I wouldn't be able to get the items I have been able to purchase recently.

5. My Book Blog
I had my blog years ago, under a different name, but due to personal reasons, I had to delete the blog. I spent years hating I had to delete it and when I finally sorted out my personal priorities, I am back to blogging. I had to start completely over, but I have loved every minute of it. I check my blog as well as all the ones I am following daily and love keeping up with the book community.

6. My Blogger Friendships
I don't have many friends in my real life. I'm very anti-social, so I don't spend much time hanging out with anyone. Mostly because there just isn't many here that I can actually get along with. That is where my blog comes into play. I was able to find a couple friends on here that are very special to me and I wish they all lived closer. I would like to do a shout out here for Kristalyn, Nikki, and Amanda. I love all 3 of you very much!

7. My Friends
I have 2 friends in my life that have been around for a while. One I have had in my life since I graduated high school and his name is Aaron. He has moved away and just this week moved back home and I am so glad for that. But no matter where each of us move, we have always been there for each other for anything. I also have a coworker named Randy that has also been a shoulder to cry on and also someone that just makes me laugh. I love that I have people like that in my life that are able to put up with my anti-social, pain in the butt ways!

8. My Daddy
I lost my Daddy to the Gulf War in 1991. I still think of him everyday and use him to help guide me through life. I know he might not be here physically but I know he will always be here with me emotionally. I look just like him and do so many of the things that he loved when he was alive. If I have had a hard day or have a hard decision I always think about the advice he would tell me and I try to follow it the best I can. I love you, Daddy!

9. All my Possessions
I have so many things in my life that I am thankful for. I could live without them, but I am glad I don't have to. Some things include my TV, my playstation, my car, my books, my movies, my clothes, my shoes, etc.

10. Myself
Finally I am just thankful for myself. I used to hate who I was and wanted to be accepted. Then I finally figured out that I am unique and meant to be my own person. So now I embrace it and don't let anyone tell me there is anything wrong with me. I have learned to love myself and I am thankful for the person I have become.


Well, that's my list for the week! Hope you all enjoy!
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Teaser Tuesday -- Mutilate my Heart

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading.

Anyone is able to play along, just do the following :)

  • Grab your current read
  • Open to a random page
  • Share two (2) "teaser" sentences from somewhere on that page
  • BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn't give too much away! You don't want to ruin the book for others!)
  • Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!


My Teaser:

" I reread the message again. I bite back the squeal that's bubbling in my chest and save his number to my phone. I stare at the empty last name space. Half of me wonder's what Sketch's real name is, but if I know, then he's more than just the bassist of Mutilated Arteries. If I know his name, he's real. He'd no longer be a gorgeous nightmare that came and left my life."

Page 71 of Mutilate My Heart by Emily Godwin

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Nov 25, 2013

Blog Tour: Mutilate my Heart!
17622850Mutilate my Heart
Author: Emily Godwin
Release Date: July 9th, 2013
Publisher: Self Published
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Pages: 194
Format: Paperback, bought (I also received an e-copy for exchange of an honest review)
Tour Host: Oops! I Read Again Tours

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Punk rock band Mutilated Arteries has been seventeen-year-old Becca's world (aka obsession) for the last year. When the band schedules a concert in her hometown, she and her best friend Carli are the first ones in line to buy tickets. The night is everything she expects it to be and more, especially after making friends with the new super-cute bassist, Sketch.

Becca's mom warns her not to fall for a rock star because rock stars are always on the road - or they die in a plane crash, like her mom's favorite band did twenty-something years ago. But after the band's tour bus breaks down and they're stuck hanging out in Roizen Hills for a week, it's hard for Becca not to fall for Sketch and his caricature drawings and toxic green eyes.

Becca knows Sketch is leaving as soon as the bus is fixed, and she can't be his fan-turned-girlfriend anyway because of the lead singer's "No Girlfriends" rule. Plus, there's something strange about the guys that Becca can't quite decipher... like how they won't reveal their real names, their always-changing odd appearances, and the guitarist's obsession with blood and zombies. Still, Becca wants nothing more than for Sketch to mutilate her heart...but it just might not be in a way she expects.


My Review:

Becca is a girl who has two best friends, one that is super outgoing, the other a depressed girl that complains all the time. But she still loves them both. Carli loves Mutilated Arteries just as much as Becca does. Maddie though could care less about the band and only tags along because she can. As they go to the mall to get new outfits for the concert, Becca runs into the most gorgeous guy she has ever seen. He comes to talk to her and tell her that he will be playing in his band the night Mutilated Arteries is playing. Little does she know the guy she just met, Sketch, is the new bassist for her favorite band. Their tour bus ends up breaking down and they are stuck in her town until it can get fixed....Now Becca has to decide if she is willing to let the bassist mutilate her heart.

I read Emily's sister's book, American Girl on Saturn, and I absolutely loved it. In her book, one of the main characters is a huge Mutilated Arteries fan, but I never knew Emily's book was about that band. Once I looked into the book I knew I had to read it to get more into the world. I love how though it is two different authors for the books, they are sisters though, and they made their books both mention the others within the book. This book has mentions of Spaceships Around Saturn throughout it, though not very much.

Nikki sucks you into her book, and like her sister, Emily sucks you into hers as well. I am so glad that I met the girls and got the chance to be a part of their writing worlds. They both have such a flow to their writing that it makes it hard to stop. I sat and read this book in one sitting. I just kept devouring pages after pages. The only time I stopped reading was to get some lunch then I tore into it some more.

I wasn't sure how this was considered a paranormal romance like I heard it was, it seemed like a normal contemporary to me to start out, but the ending really made me realize that it was in fact a paranormal romance.

The book is in Roizen Hills during the summer. The girls are about to be in their senior year of high school and are fully enjoying their summer. Little do they know how much this concert is about to change their lives.

I loved how Becca wasn't your typical girl who automatically falls in love from the first page. She uses her brain and really thinks everything through throughout the book. I love that about her. There is some times when she lets her emotions get the best of her, but she always comes out of it and puts logic to the emotions.

Sketch, sigh, I'm not usually into the rocker type, but you can't help but like him. He is so sweet, and even though he is a new band member, he still is his own person and does what he feels is right. I love how he is so sweet to Becca and is still a good friend to Corpse, as well as the rest of the band.

I love the names of the band members, I was able to easily picture what each one looked like. I also right after I was done with the book, I went to her sisters blog where Nikki wrote up for Halloween interviews with all the band members of Mutilated Arteries to get to know them a little better.

This book is truly amazing and I hope all of you give it a chance, it definitely deserves it. I know a lot of Indie authors have a hard time getting their books out there, but if there was anyone who deserved to be promoted and appreciated, it's the Godwin sisters. I was so sad when this book was over but I was excited to see this is a series and not a stand alone book. I can't wait till February when the next one is supposed to come out so I can get some more Becca and Sketch, I hope!

Couldn't Put it Down!!


About the Author
Emily GodwinEmily Godwin is a Young Adult author. She enjoys writing, painting, and sewing her own line of non-evil voodoo dolls. She's a Slytherin, trying to disguise herself as a Hufflepuff, and wishes she could read herself into books.

Find her at:
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     Once we’re firmly planted in the sand, I tell him of the man named Benjamin Bell and the married woman he fell in love with. They would secretly meet at night in a small area near the lighthouse that was inaccessible unless you knew the way. She knew better than to try to get there by boat. The current was strongest near the rocks, and the waves were monstrous, but their secret path was being guarded by her suspicious, abusive husband and her husband’s drunken friends.
     “A storm caused the fog to grow thick that night,” I tell him. “So Benjamin turned the light on in the tower of the lighthouse. The last thing he saw was the waves crashing her boat against the rocks. He stumbled back in shock and fell over the stair railing in the lighthouse. He died on impact.”
     “Did the woman die too? Or was it just her boat that crashed?” he asks, never taking his eyes away from mine. I lie back in the sand and stare at the grey sky.
     “I like to believe she crashed with it. If he is a ghost, I hope she’s lurking around here too, so they can finally be together,” I say.
     He digs a hole in the sand and places his paintbrush to rest before burying it.
     “Maybe years from now, some random person will come to this very spot, and they’ll find that paintbrush, and we can be legends too,” he says and falls back beside me.
     My heart beats roughly against my sternum at his words. I don’t know how anyone could seem so perfect, but he does. We lie motionless in the sand until his breathing becomes one with the sound of the ocean.
     “Becca?” he says, rolling onto his side to look at me.
     “Yeah?” I mirror his image.
     He brushes my hair out of my face and places his hand on my neck. I breathe in deeply and say a prayer that the ghosts won’t interrupt this moment like Corpse did last night. Sketch leans forward and rests his forehead against mine.
     “Don’t crash,” he whispers.


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Thanks for allowing me to be a part of this awesome tour! I love Emily and I love her book. I hope you all get the book and love it as much as I do!


Nov 22, 2013

Interview with Jamie Baywood, Author of Getting Rooted in New Zealand

17863572Getting Rooted in New Zealand
Author: Jamie Baywood
Release Date: April 21st, 2013
Publisher: Herself
Pages: 224
Format: Paperback, E-book


Craving change and lacking logic, at 26, Jamie, a cute and quirky Californian, impulsively moves to New Zealand to avoid dating after reading that the country's population has 100,000 fewer men. In her journal, she captures a hysterically honest look at herself, her past and her new wonderfully weird world filled with curious characters and slapstick situations in unbelievably bizarre jobs. It takes a zany jaunt to the end of the Earth and a serendipitous meeting with a fellow traveler before Jamie learns what it really means to get rooted.
About the Author

Jamie Baywood grew up in Petaluma, California. In 2010, she made the most impulsive decision of her life by moving to New Zealand. Getting Rooted in New Zealand is her first book about her experiences living there. Jamie is now married and living happily ever after in the United Kingdom. She is working on her second book.

Find her on:
Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads | Pinterest | Amazon


Interview with the Author
1. What do you miss most from living in New Zealand?  

After living in New Zealand for over a year, I moved to Scotland as the fiancée of a Scottish man I met in New Zealand. For unwanted and complicated reasons we had to move to England last September. It was devastating to have to move out of Edinburgh, Scotland to Sheffield, England last year for my husband graduate school. We will have to live here until summer 2014. I’ve never lived this far inland before. It makes me feel claustrophobic to be so far away from the ocean. I desperately miss the ocean and being warm at the beach.

Some of my dearest friends in the world are in New Zealand. Although it is technically not home to me or my Scottish husband, it feels like home to us as a couple because that is where we met. We have been feeling homesick for New Zealand and really miss our friends there. I really miss the warm, friendly nature of the people in the South Pacific. If money and visas weren’t an issue, (which they very much are) I’d love to go summer to summer between Edinburgh, Scotland and Auckland, New Zealand.  

2. When writing your book, was there any part of the book that was difficult for you to write?    

I know my experiences in New Zealand are unusual, but to be completely honest it was an improvement from my life in California. Surprisingly, I seem to be getting the best feedback from people living in New Zealand both Kiwis and non-Kiwis. I have received very kind emails from New Zealanders saying they enjoyed reading my book, they are looking forward to reading the next one and some encourage me to move back to New Zealand.  

I love making people laugh more than anything else. I love hearing from readers that my book is making people laugh out loud. The hardest part has been when people don’t understand my humour. I have been in a lot of situations where I had two choices: laugh or cry. I’ve chosen to laugh. I write my experiences from a purely personal standpoint. Compared to other travellers who worked abroad in New Zealand my experiences have been very unusual. I would highly recommend everyone goes to New Zealand to experience their own adventure.  

I think readers need to remember this is the dairy of a young, hormonal and confused twenty-something, this is not a travel guide to New Zealand. I am sincerely appreciative of everyone that has read Getting Rooted in New Zealand. I’m absolutely grateful that readers are enjoying the book and reviewing it positively. I love making people laugh. I hope you enjoy Getting Rooted in New Zealand!   

3. Since living in the UK now, I am sure you like Harry Potter. What house do you feel you would be sorted into?

We’ve actually lived in two different countries in the United Kingdom after leaving New Zealand; Scotland and now England. After living in Edinburgh, Scotland I can understand how J. K. Rowling was inspired writing Harry Potter. I lived above a used bookshop that looked like where Harry would have bought his school supplies.  The Elephant House, a café where J. K. Rowling wrote the first Harry Potter book was just around the corner from us. I was able to see a lot of Scotland and travelled to the Highlands and saw the Glenfinnan Viaduct that was also used in the Harry Potter movies.    

4. Can you tell us anything about the new book you are now writing?  

I plan to divide my books by the countries I’ve lived in. My next book will be about attempting to settle in Scotland. I plan to publish it late 2014.   

5. When you are not working on writing your new book, what do you spend your free time doing?

I like running, pilates and yoga.    

6. Is there anything else you would like to say to my readers?  

Publishing my book was my way of transforming poison into medicine. I hope that it can help people that have had bad dating experiences or bad work experiences – make them laugh and not give up hope.  I had good, bad and weird experiences in New Zealand and California. My experiences have turned me into a writer and I am extremely grateful for that.  People that read it either seem to think it’s hilarious or horrifying and I respect all points of view.  I hope my book Getting Rooted in New Zealand makes you laugh!  


I hope you all enjoyed the Interview! Jamie is such a wonderful person and by what I have heard, her book is very good and hilarious! It is on my Christmas wishlist for sure!

Thank you for the Interview, Jamie!

Nov 20, 2013

Waiting on Wednesday

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly blog topic that is brought to you by Jill over at Breaking the Spine!!


Better off Friends
By: Elizabeth Eulberg
Release Date: February 25th, 2014

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For Macallan and Levi, it was friends at first sight. Everyone says guys and girls can’t be just friends, but these two are. They hang out after school, share tons of inside jokes, their families are super close, and Levi even starts dating one of Macallan’s friends. They are platonic and happy that way.

Eventually they realize they’re best friends — which wouldn’t be so bad if they didn’t keep getting in each other’s way. Guys won’t ask Macallan out because they think she’s with Levi, and Levi spends too much time joking around with Macallan, and maybe not enough time with his date. They can’t help but wonder . . . are they more than friends or are they better off without making it even more complicated?

From romantic comedy superstar Elizabeth Eulberg comes a fresh, fun examination of a question for the ages: Can guys and girls ever really be just friends? Or are they always one fight away from not speaking again — and one kiss away from true love?

Nov 19, 2013

Teaser Tuesday -- Catching Fire

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading.

Anyone is able to play along, just do the following :)

  • Grab your current read
  • Open to a random page
  • Share two (2) "teaser" sentences from somewhere on that page
  • BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn't give too much away! You don't want to ruin the book for others!)
  • Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!


My Teaser:

" 'We're going!' Says Peeta, shoving the Peacekeeper who's pressing on me. 'We get it, all right? Come on, Katniss.' His arm encircles me and guides me back into the Justice Building. The Peacekeepers follow a pace or two behind us. The moment we're inside, the doors slam shut and we hear the Peacekeepers' boots moving back toward the crowd. "

Page 63 of Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins

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Top Ten Tuesday -- Top Ten Books I'd Recommend To A New Female YA Reader

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme brought to you at The Broke and the Bookish!! Each week we will be releasing a top ten book related list for you all to enjoy!
I know some of the books listed are ones that everyone has grown out of. I decided for this week I wanted to say I found a girl that was in middle or high school and wanted to get into reading, but she just didn't know where to start. I picked out a few books that if I was to just start reading, it would be books that I would be sucked into and want to read more into the YA genre.


Well, that's my list for the week! Hope you all enjoy!
Leave me your links below!

Nov 16, 2013

400 Subscribers Giveaway Winner!!

So the time has finally arrived where I get the privilege to chose one of you lucky people out there to win the awesome book, American Girl on Saturn by Nikki Godwin!
I want to first say thank you for all of you that entered, you guys made my 400 Subscribers so special for me and I can wait to find even more of you as followers and do another giveaway later on.

This book that I am giving away is very special to me, as is the author that wrote it. I hope you love it just as much as I did when I read it. If you aren't the lucky winner, I hope all of you will still go out and get the book for you to still enjoy! Here is the link to it on Goodreads! more stalling...
The Winner is....
Alicia K.
by the way of "Tweet about the Giveaway"
She has been emailed and will have 72 hours to reply to the email or I will be picking a new winner!
Another Giveaway is in the works, so be on the watch for another one coming to you all soon!

Nov 13, 2013

Waiting on Wednesday

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly blog topic that is brought to you by Jill over at Breaking the Spine!!


By: A.G. Howard
Release Date: January 7th, 2014

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Alyssa Gardner has been down the rabbit hole and faced the bandersnatch. She saved the life of Jeb, the guy she loves, and escaped the machinations of the disturbingly seductive Morpheus and the vindictive Queen Red. Now all she has to do is graduate high school and make it through prom so she can attend the prestigious art school in London she's always dreamed of.

That would be easier without her mother, freshly released from an asylum, acting overly protective and suspicious. And it would be much simpler if the mysterious Morpheus didn’t show up for school one day to tempt her with another dangerous quest in the dark, challenging Wonderland—where she (partly) belongs.

As prom and graduation creep closer, Alyssa juggles Morpheus’s unsettling presence in her real world with trying to tell Jeb the truth about a past he’s forgotten. Glimpses of Wonderland start to bleed through her art and into her world in very disturbing ways, and Morpheus warns that Queen Red won’t be far behind.

If Alyssa stays in the human realm, she could endanger Jeb, her parents, and everyone she loves. But if she steps through the rabbit hole again, she'll face a deadly battle that could cost more than just her head.

Nov 11, 2013

Teaser Tuesday -- The Hunger Games

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading.

Anyone is able to play along, just do the following :)

  • Grab your current read
  • Open to a random page
  • Share two (2) "teaser" sentences from somewhere on that page
  • BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn't give too much away! You don't want to ruin the book for others!)
  • Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!


My Teaser:

" Still, I won't be the only target. I'm betting many of the other tributes would pass up a smaller girl, even one who scored an eleven in training, to take out their more fierce adversaries. "

Page 149 of The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

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Blog Tour: Waiting on Romeo Review + Giveaway

18466578Waiting on Romeo
Author: Diane Mannino
Release Date: November 15th, 2013
Publisher: Self-published
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Tour Host: Irresistible Reads Book Tours
Check out the rest on the Tour here!


Heartbroken by the one guy she simply couldn’t resist, Emilia King is determined to move on. But Logan Prescott is also determined… determined to win her back. He lost the only person who truly mattered to him and now he’ll do whatever it takes to convince Emilia to give him a second chance.

While their attraction to each other is undeniable, the obstacles they’re forced to confront may be too much. And just when it seems their love for each other is a bond that knows no bounds, Emilia faces her worst nightmare.

With her newfound inner strength, Emilia realizes fighting to be with Logan is her only hope…and waiting for him may ultimately determine not only their future together, but her own destiny.


My Review:

Emilia has had a lot happen to her in her life and more continues to happen to her. Its her senior year, she's been hurt by the one man she gave her heart to. She is now working to pick up the pieces and move on with her life, though Logan has another plan. He spends all the time he can getting to see he is really sorry and will do anything to get her back. Can Emilia learn to trust Logan again or are they better off apart?

This book blew me away just like the first one did. The first book, Running for Romeo, was amazing and towards the end a huge twist got thrown in. You can't help but want to throw the book out the window, literally. I hated having to sit around and wait for the next book because I HAD to know what happened next. I was really hoping to not have another huge cliffhanger and I am glad to say there wasn't one in this book.

This book ended in a way that you could accept it as finished and be happy with it, but there was also a couple things that made it to where you were able to see another book come as well. There is so much that happens in this book that all comes to the surface at the end. When it comes to the twist at the end of this book, all I can say is wow. I never expected what to happen at the end, but I am so proud of Emilia and how strong she truly is.

Logan in this book, as well as the last book, makes me melt. I want a Logan of my own, that's for sure. I love how you get to see him develop and find out who he truly is and what he truly wants for his life. I am definitely Team Logan and I will forever be. This is definitely a book that can help you see that everyone out there, and yes I mean everyone, makes mistakes. Some mistakes might be worse than others, but that person should be given the chance to show you they learned from it.

I have no complaints on this book as I did the other book. It ended giving me a smile on my face and I ended up going to sleep that night dreaming of how the story would continue. I'm hoping there is another book on the way that will finalize everything and give me my fairy tale happy ending :)

Couldn't Put it Down!!


About the Author:
DIANE MANNINO graduated from University of Maryland, College Park with a degree in English Literature. She is a former writer for Museum and Arts Washington and Star Magazine as well as several television shows, including, Inside Edition, American Journal, and E! News Daily. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two beautiful daughters.
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