Happy New Year Everyone!!
I can’t believe the holidays are over and it’s back to work. I always hate for this time to arrive. Although, I am looking forward to a new year. I am not the type for resolutions, so I don’t have any of those.
I am so fortunate to have this blog and all my friends on Twitter to chat with and I hope to continue to do so this year.
On to the Books!!
These are the books I have completed since we last chatted
City of Lost Souls
I really enjoyed this book! It is non stop and kept me flipping pages. I am so glad Jace is back to himself and I hope him and Clary get a little peace. Still loving Simon and I am glad everyone seems to have worked through their relationship issues, well except Magnus and Alec. And Sebastian is still out there!!
I received a copy of this from Netgalley and Montlake Romance in exchange for my honest review.
Omg!! Sariah Wilson creates the perfect love stories. This is my second book by her and I absolutely adore them both. Ashton wanted so bad to hate Evan but he broke through all her walls. I love the sport and family aspect of the story too. This was so much fun!
Origin and Opposition (Shadows is a bonus story in the last book)
I hate that this story has ended. I loved this cast of characters and especially Daemon😍 They all have to go through so much in an effort to save basically the whole world and it is at times heartbreaking, especially the losses. I am happy with the way it ended and loved Shadows for the chance to get to know Dawson and Bethany better. We learn so little about their past in the story, I am thrilled the author took time to give us this.
99 Percent Mine
I received this as a Goodreads giveaway winner and also shortly after, I was approved on Edelweiss by HarperCollins in exchange for my honest review.
I went in to this thinking it would be just like The Hating Game, which was one of my favorite reads of 2018, and was a little disappointed in the beginning.
This book is bolder, snarky and with some language. As the story went on, I found myself really enjoying it. The ending was nice. I could have done without the continuous remarks about how sexy the main character was(in graphic detail), but overall it was a fast, fun read.
Bring Me Home
I received this from the author in exchange for my honest review.
This book was a short, sweet romance set in College. It had a very happy ending and it think it was a good start for a debut author.
Now on to a new year! The last 2 books are counted on this year as I finished them today. So I am already 2 books down. Take that Goodreads!!
What are you reading?? Do you have any suggestions of books I need to read? I can’t believe it took me this long to find Cassandra Clare and Jennifer Armentrout!