“Complicated, shmomplicated,” she said, waving her hand. ”If you love her, you make it work.”
Author: Fiona Cole
Genre: Adult fiction. Romance. New Adult.
Where to start? I suppose from how I got here? Oh well, I first read the description for the sixth book in the series, Teacher, and was intrigued as hell, then I saw it was a whole series, and of course, I couldn’t read the last one first, so it began my journey.
The Voyeur Series has 6 books and a short story that you can read for free here.
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“It wasn’t just me, and it wasn’t just him, it was what we were together that was the exception.”
Many little quotes like this make it a great read.
Author: Jamie McGuire
Genre: Romance, New Adult, Contemporary, Fiction, YA
I cannot believe I don’t have a post for this one. And honestly, all that I remember is that I loved at the time, despite being kind of a regular one, a romance, yes, but no fantasy in there. Yet, it hooked me for a time. 💞
Now, there is a movie in the making, and for some reason, I am excited about it. I am not feeling the actors that much, but I want to watch. Filming ends this week, and Jamie has been giving us regular news on it, and it’s making me want to read the book again. There are two sides of Beautiful Disaster, from Abby’s point of view and from Travis’, and the one from Travis freaking Maddox was too much excitement. I mean, he is on my list of favourite male characters in books, so there I admit that bad boys do hold their appeal.
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“Who are you?” he asked, keeping his voice gentle, although she still showed no sign of fear.
“The keeper of this isle,” the lady replied”
Author: Shana Abe
Genre: Romance, Fantasy, Mythology, Historical
Happy Friday, dearies! Are you ready for the weekend? I am! 📕
Today, I cannot really say how this one about The Last Mermaid will go, but I have some notes that I’ll share after reading each part of this book. I must confess that for a while, I seriously considered giving it 2-3 stars because I was confused and it took me a while to finish it, but then Shana did what she does best when I’m reading her books, she managed to catch my attention each freaking time that a book part would end, oh, sorry, this one is divided in three Books (Short stories) but as it turns out they’re all related.
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When Alec arrives, he is not welcomed by the Shadowhunters there. He believes it is because of his companion Lily, the head of the New York vampire clan, until a Shadowhunter orphan confides a dark secret to him under cover of the Shadow Market.
Book: Ghosts of the Shadow Market
Series: Shadowhunters. Shadow World
Authors: Cassandra Clare & Sarah Rees Brennan
Is going to be short, but I wanted to relay just how amazingly good it was, that even after reading all the Shadow World books there is still room for the little stories, and we will still love them all as if they were part of a series.
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“Oh, for the love of baby humans everywhere, you’re an idiot.”
Author: Jennifer L. Armentrout
Genre: Fantasy, Romance, Science-Fiction
Well this was a good and bad idea for me. Not the contents of the book, that I loved, but actually starting to read it and finishing it. Let me explain better while telling you what I thought.
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Author: Diana Gabaldon
I should probably start off with Voyager, and I will try to look pass the things that I did not enjoy.
I read it fast and not just because it was the first book of the Outlander series which was completely new to me since Outlander and Dragonfly in Amber I already knew what would happen because of the TV Show, no, this one I read really fast because of the parts where Claire was on her own, those blurred.
Spoilers ahead if you have not read these 2 books, kindly stop if you have not read.
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Author: Gayle Forman
And a little something about: If I Stay
Alright, everyone ready for this?
I mean seriously, I spent like 5 or 10 minutes after I was done with the book looking through wiki and Gayle’s official website for another piece of Adam and Mia, and you know what I found? You know it, Nothing!
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By Shana Abé
If I’m to be honest, I did not have my hopes up for this one. There! I admit it.
That being said, I can now tell you all that I was: so freaking wrong. That book is great, I do not know how Shana did it but The Time Weaver managed to capture my attention like the other ones did not, except for The Smoke Thief, which is book 1 in the Drákon world, TTW being the last statement.
I won’t say much because this one I really do not want to say a thing, I want all to read it. I recommend it completely, of course maybe you’ll like to read the first 4 books to know what the heck is going on or at least have some idea. I’m telling you I read them all, and I had a difficult time catching up.
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By Shana Abé
I decided to make these entries by book, why? Because they are all different, at least in character. They all have a different set of characters as the main protagonists, so this is the best way of explaining each one, also each book is great and unique; even, if they all talk about Drákon they still differ in some aspects.
I might add that they all follow a story, I have yet to read the 5th book but as far as I can tell they all have good stories, plots. Let us start with the first four books in this series.
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