Sorry for being AWOL for awhile, I’ve been busy looking after my mum after a spinal operation.
I’ve read a few books these last few weeks (87 so far this year!)
One series I read was The Tainted Accords by Kelly St Clare.
I read the first one via The Marked By Fate box set which is due out on Tuesday! (24th Oct 2017)
I was instantly hooked at the idea of two planets that are side by side, one incredibly hot and one freezing cold. Each can only exist with the presence of the other.
The first book is Fantasy of Frost.
I must say I thoroughly enjoyed in and read all 4 within 3 days and then read the novella “Sin” after.
Full of secrets, action, destiny and betrayal and love.
I highly recommend you read this. The characters and storyline are amazing. get yours here:
So go have a look, you won’t regret it.
I recently read If there’s no tomorrow. I absolutely loved this book (then again I don’t think there’s a JLA book I’ve read and not enjoyed!)
Lena has always felt immortal. But one night can change everything.
Lena and Sebastian have been close for as long as anyone can remember. Best friends, even. But secretly Lena has been wanting something more—Sebastian could be more than a friend, if only Lena could figure out how to convince him that they could, and should be together.
But in a single night, after a single party, everything changes and suddenly Lena isn’t thinking about her relationship with Sebastian at all.
The only thing she’s thinking about is trying to piece together what happened that night, and how she was the sole survivor in an accident that left 4 of her friends dead.
Even as her friends and family try to rally around her, Lena pushes them away as the memory of the accident begins to resurface. How will they ever forgive her for what she did? How will Sebastian forgive her?
And how will she ever forgive herself?
This book was a emotional roller coaster, one minute I was smiling, the next tears were streaming down my face.
Incredibly well written, it addresses issues such as lone survivor guilt and grief in a sensitive yet informative matter.
I loved the story line and the relationship between all characters and highly recommend this book.
Get yours here:
Let me know what you think.
Sorry for such a long gap since my last post, I’m currently busy reading an unedited ARC of The City of Vikings by Farah Cook so have been making lots of notes to email her.
Because of this I thought I’d do a post about a book I read earlier this year.
The dead list by Jennifer L Armentrout.
On the way home from a party Ella is attacked, she manages to get away…. But then things start to appear. A clown mask on her bed, a dead bird in her locker.
Why is she being targeted and is she the only one?
From the start this book grasped me around the neck and yanked me into it’s pages. I loved the story line from start to finish and I didn’t manage to guess the killer which for me is a huge deal as 9 times out of 10 I’ve worked it out before the author tells us who it is.
If you’ve read one of her books before, like me you’ll know you’re in for a treat. If you haven’t then this is a brilliant chance to sample her work.
So the other week I got given a copy of The Liberty Box by C A Gray to review. So here’s that review!
The Liberty Box follows Kate Brandeis and Jackson Macnamera as they learn about the world they are currently living in, a world that is not all it seems.
The Potante saved The USA and turned it into the Republic of the America’s but at what price does his tyranny come at?
For me, the prologue where you learn about the Potante and the history of his tyranny actually bored me a lot, I just couldn’t get into it, but I carried on reading and I must say I’m glad I did.
After a few chapters I really got into the book and wanted to learn more about Kate and Jackson and see how they coped and dealt with what they had discovered about their world.
I will be reading the others in the series as I want to know what happened, so please don’t let the prologue stop you from reading this great book!
Grab your copy here:
Have a fab weekend reading!