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I had to wait a long time for the library to get a copy of Deep Betrayal, so there has been a huge time gap since I read Lies Beneath. When I first started reading this, the plot details were a little fuzzy, but things cleared up relatively quickly. I really enjoy this series, and I was delighted when Deep Betrayal did NOT end on a cliffhanger! Win for the reader! I hate cliffhangers, with only love triangles scoring higher on my list of pet peeves. There’s no hint of that here, either, with Lily and Calder deeply involved with each other for the entire book. That’s not to say they didn’t have their disagreements, but another guy was never dangled into the reader’s face in an effort to force some tension into the plot. Double yay! Read more
May Contain Spoilers
I decided to read One Mad Night because I thought the description sounded cute. Two advertising executives trapped in together during a blizzard? Could they put their animosity aside during their forced togetherness? Or would they make each other miserable? Read more
Katie Rose dropped by the virtual offices to share a guest post. Don’t forget to enter the awesome giveaway below!
TOP FIVE THINGS YOU WON’T FIND IN JAKE’S LOCKER by Katie Rose
So Jake Baldwin, the talented shortstop for the New Jersey Sonics, is a bit of a ladies man as well as a local heartthrob. He has a group of fans that follow him everywhere, bikini clad women known as Baldwin’s Beauties. He also has a gorgeous girlfriend, Nikki Case, who owns her own PR firm and knows how to deal with Jake. Read more
This morning I have an excerpt and giveaway from one of my favorite authors, Julia Quinn. Enjoy!
To quote that book his sister had read two dozen times, it was a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife. Read more
The Sunday Post is hosted by Kimba of The Caffeinated Book Reviewer. This is a weekly meme where we can share news of the week and highlight new books received.
Wow! I have nothing to say today! It was a long, cold week, and I’m pretty exhausted from battling the cold and snow. We had a pleasant reprieve yesterday, with temps catapulting to the 30s! It’s a wonder I didn’t get heatstroke!
How was your week? Read more
Angela Addams dropped by the virtual offices this afternoon to answer a question about Caleb, the sexy shifter from her latest release, Wolves’ Bane. I love this fun series and was delighted to have Angela visit.
Hi, Angela! Can you please describe Caleb in five words or less?
Angela: Sure! Caleb is Sensual, Stubborn, Demanding, Committed, Loyal, HOT
And there you have it! Caleb too sexy to describe in a mere five words! Be sure to enter the giveaway below, and if you haven’t started The Order of the Wolves, check it out! These are perfect reads for snowy weekends! Read more
This morning I have a bundle of awesomeness for you to win. Candlewick Press wants to celebrate, and they are inviting you to enter for a chance to win this incredible bundle of their young adult books that received a nod from Time Magazine’s by landing on their Top 100 YA books of all-time.
TIME MAGAZINE ANNOUNCES TOP 100 YOUNG ADULT AND CHILDREN’S BOOKS OF ALL-TIME
CANDLEWICK PRESS EARNS 10 “BEST OF” NODS IN THE DISTINGUISHED RANKINGS
One of the most prominent news magazines in the U.S., TIME magazine, has declared we are living in a “golden age” of children’s and young adult books. A claim supported by ongoing sales reports that books for young readers and teens continue to dominate the bestseller charts and lead industry growth as they find wide audiences beyond their intended age demographics.
With the assistance of industry experts, reviewers, and major literacy non-profits, TIME has compiled a list to honor the all-time classics, both old and new.
Candlewick Press, a leading independent children’s book publisher based near Boston, Massachusetts, is proud to announce ten titles from its publishing list have been selected for inclusion – all remarkable works of writing and illustrating – that have established themselves as enduring favorites via critical and commercial success. Both National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, Kate DiCamillo, and celebrated novelist, Patrick Ness, have the remarkable achievement of having two of their works selected. Candlewick’s titles include:
Feed by M. T. Anderson
Anderson takes on consumerism in this smart, savage satire that has captivated readers with its view of an imagined future that veers unnervingly close to the here and now. Read more
Perfect Couple sounded like a cute read, so I was excited to receive an eARC. I had a couple issues with the story right off the get go, and they prevented me from completely enjoying the book. Your mileage will probably vary. When all was said and done, I didn’t love it, but I didn’t hate it, either. It’s a quick read that kept me turning the pages for an afternoon and I don’t regret reading it. Read more