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Thursday, 31 October 2013

October 2013 Wrap Up and Books of the Month!

BOOKS READ IN OCTOBER 2013 ~ 15 books

  135. The Falconer - Elizabeth May 136. Wicked Thing - Angeline Kace 137. Stir Me Up - Sabrina Elkins
138. Choosing You - Allie Everhart
139. Down The Aisle - Christine Bell
140. Pawn by Aimee Carter
141. Fighting Fate - Linda Kage
142. ParaWars - Caitlin Greer
143. Trust In Me - J. Lynn
144. One And Only - Viv Daniels
145.  Allegiant - Veronica Roth 146. Isn't She Lovely - Lauren Layne
147. Theirs To Keep - Maya Banks
148. Wild Child - M. Leighton
149. Rule of Three - Kelly Jamieson

So that means I've read 149 books this year. (so far).
 The Falconer (The Falconer, #1)Wicked ThingChoosing You (Jade, #1)
Stir Me UpDown the Aisle (Dare Me, #2.5)Fighting Fate (Granton University, #1)
Pawn (The Blackcoat Rebellion, #1)ParaWars: Uprising (ParaWars, #1)One & Only
Trust in Me (Wait for You, #1.5)Allegiant (Divergent, #3)Theirs to Keep (Tangled Hearts Trilogy, #1)
Isn't She LovelyWild Child (The Wild Ones, #1.5)Rule of Three

~ 5 Goddess Ratings ~
Isn't She Lovely by Lauren Layne

My top books of the month!
Not in order - completely random!
Wicked Thing 
 Isn't She Lovely
Pawn (The Blackcoat Rebellion, #1)

Wednesday, 30 October 2013

Waiting On Wednesday (55)

into the still blue by veronica rossi

January 28th, 2014
The earth-shattering conclusion to Veronica Rossi's "masterpiece" Under the Never Sky trilogy and sequel to the New York Times bestselling Through the Ever Night (Examiner.com).

Their love and their leadership have been tested. Now it's time for Perry and Aria to unite the Dwellers and the Outsiders in one last desperate attempt to bring balance to their world.

The race to the Still Blue has reached a stalemate. Aria and Perry are determined to find this last safe-haven from the Aether storms before Sable and Hess do-and they are just as determined to stay together.

Meanwhile, time is running out to rescue Cinder, who was abducted by Hess and Sable for his unique abilities. And when Roar returns to camp, he is so furious with Perry that he won't even look at him, and Perry begins to feel like they have already lost.

Out of options, Perry and Aria assemble a team to mount an impossible rescue mission-because Cinder isn't just the key to unlocking the Still Blue and their only hope for survival, he's also their friend. And in a dying world, the bonds between people are what matter most.

In this final book in her stunning Under the Never Sky trilogy, Veronica Rossi raises the stakes to their absolute limit and brings her epic love story to an unforgettable close.
This series is seriously one of my all time favourite YA dystopian stories out there. I just love how unique the storyline is and it just keeps getting better with each book. The second book in particular really blew me away and I'm hoping this finale will be a satisfying and an awesome end (cough unlike Allegiant cough). I really hope I won't be let down by this. Veronica Rossi also created the best side male character ROAR and I love his friendship with Aria. I love Perry and Roar so much.
Cover Thoughts:  I've always loved the backgrounds in the covers of this series, I just DON'T like the models. Still, it could have been worse, I guess.
So what are you waiting for this Wednesday? And what do you think of my choice this week?

Tuesday, 29 October 2013

Review: Isn't She Lovely - Lauren Layne

Isn't She LovelyTitle: Isn't She Lovely
Author: Lauren Layne
Release Date: October 28th, 2013

Publisher: Flirt
Age and Genre: New Adult, Contemp, Romance
Source: for review

The rules are clear—until they’re broken. Lauren Layne puts a New Adult spin on Pygmalion, also the inspiration for Pretty Woman, and gives the classic love story its edgiest twist yet.

“Who knew that pretending you’re not falling for someone would be so much more difficult than pretending that you are?”

Stephanie Kendrick gave up her whole summer to ace her NYU film school screenwriting course, so she’s pissed to be stuck with a preppy, spoiled frat boy as her writing partner. Then again, with her piercings, black-rimmed eyes, and Goth wardrobe, Stephanie isn’t exactly Ethan Price’s type, either. He’s probably got his eye on some leggy blonde with a trust fund . . . or does he?

As the summer scene kicks off in the Hamptons, Ethan is desperate to make his snobbish mother forget the pedigreed girl who broke his heart. While Stephanie’s a stretch as a decoy, the right makeover and a pastel cardigan just might do the trick. She may not love the idea of playing Ethan’s brainless Barbie girlfriend, but the free rent and luxurious digs make a tempting offer. So does the promise of a ready-made screenplay idea inspired by their charade.

But when Stephanie steps into Ethan’s privileged world, the “acting” begins to feel all too real. The kissing and touching that were intended to fool the Hamptons crowd wind up manipulating them. And Stephanie faces a question she’s too afraid to ask: Is Ethan falling for the real her or for the dolled-up princess he wants to see?

Don't you just love it when you get a recommendation from one of your fav NA authors (hey, Cora Carmack!) and you just end completely loving that book? Yep. That's what happened with me and ISN'T SHE LOVELY. You may think that you've read about a million books about that same old story where the two main characters pretend they're in love and then actually falling in love. But Lauren Layne really does step out and made her own super sweet story stands out from the other NA books. 

I really adored Stephanie. She's one of the few main characters who never really annoyed me throughout the book. Yes she made some few mistakes, but those never made me want to scream at her. She had her own reasons and personally I do think they were believable and the way she acted. I love her backstory - you'll find out how she became from this blonde girlie-girl cheerleader to this full on scary goth. And then we have Ethan. He's the typical rich guy but what I really liked about him was that he wasn't an asshole and a manwhore. At the beginning it was so funny when these two met and they immediately stereotyped each other. Their banter is so entertaining and really really does make you think about this messed-up society that we live in. 

The whole story has the whole college feel to it which I loved - the whole screen-writing course, the frat parties and all that. Lauren has created such likable and relatable characters- they are the kind of students that you can really meet in real life. Of course, the romance was my favourite aspect of this book. How can it not be? I found their hate relationship at the beginning hilarious but once they got past it, oh wow. The scenes are so hot. 

This book has the best ending ever. I really didn't expect that! I was grinning the whole time. Obviously I won't tell you what happens, but this book really made it's way to my favourites list and no doubt I'll be looking forward for the author's next books. 

Sunday, 27 October 2013

Updates and Showcase Sunday (48)

Hi guys!

Before I do my Showcase Sunday post, I just want to say a few things as some people have asked why I haven't been around much/blogging much. The truth is, I'm super busy right now with school work, uni applications, open days and portfolio work that I just don't have the time to blog regularly and post as much reviews as I want. I'm still on Twitter and Goodreads a lot though. :) 

I don't know whether I'll be able to get back to blogging regularly next year or not, but I promise that I won't disappear entirely. 

Anyway, here's the books I got this week! 

Hosted by the lovely Books, Biscuits and Tea, the aim of Showcase Sunday is to highlight our newest books or book related swag and to see what everyone else received for review, borrowed from libraries, bought in bookshops and downloaded onto e-readers each week.
~ FOR REVIEW ~    

Sweet (True Believers, #2)Three Broken Promises (Drew + Fable, #3)Second Chances: Complete Series 
 One & OnlyIsn't She LovelySolving for Ex

Sweet by Erin McCarty 
I actually enjoyed the first book and I can't wait to read about these two side characters. Thanks Intermix!
Three Broken Promises by Monica Murphy 
I am in love with this series and while it's not about Drew or Fable, I'm still so excited! Thanks Bantam!
Second Chances by Jo Briggs
I do love reading stories about second chances so of course I signed up for the blog tour! Thanks to the author and Shane for hosting it!
One & Only by Viv Daniels 
Rated it4.5 stars. I really loved this one. Review for blog tour coming up soon. Thanks to Viv! 
Isn't She Lovely by Lauren Layne 
Rated 5 stars. I AM IN LOVE. Thanks to author Cora Carmack for the recommendation and so I found this book on Netgalley and had to request it. Finished it within a day and I now am a big fan of Lauren Layne. Review coming soon. 
Solving For Ex by Leigh Ann Kopans 
This is described as a bit like Mean Girls. Awesome, right? And Leigh Ann is possibly the sweetest author out there! Thanks Leigh Ann! :)


Trust in Me (Wait for You, #1.5) RedAllegiant (Divergent, #3)
(Never) AgainTeardrop (Teardrop, #1)Wild Child (The Wild Ones, #1.5)
Trust In Me by J. Lynn 
Rated it 4 stars. Lovely to be back in this world and even more lovely to be in Cam's head this time. It is quite repetitive but there's still some new scenes. Can't wait for Be With Me!
Red by Alison Cherry 
This is about redheads and fake redheads. Need to read this soon. 
Allegiant by Veronica Roth 
Rated it 1 star. My very honest rant will be coming soon. Watch out. 
(Never) Again by Theresa Paolo 
I can't resist stories like this. Need to find the time to read. 
Teardrop by Lauren Kate
I know I said I wouldn't get this, but that cover and the colours screamed at me. 
Wild Child by M. Leighton
Rated it 3 stars. Liked Jenna and Rusty's story. Won't be writing a review as this was only a novella. For fans, it's worth the read.
 So that's my haul for the week! What do you think and is there a book that you think I should read immediately?

Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Blog Tour: ParaWars Uprising by Caitlin Greer (Playlist)

ParaWars: Uprising (ParaWars #1)
October 15th, 2013

The Paranormal Uprising brought myth and legend out of the shadows and into real life. The war that followed tore the world apart. Two years after the Uprising, twenty-year-old Kendry is learning the hard way that the battle lines aren’t as clear-cut as human versus para. And the hard way means being hunted down by both human militants and para separatists. Trouble is, she has no idea why.

On the run with only her mysterious gargoyle guardian, Kendry knows that finding out why she’s on everyone’s most-wanted list will be no easy task. It means charging headlong into a war she’d hoped to avoid, and is woefully unprepared for. So when she realizes that everyone in her life has been lying to her, discovering that she’s somehow the key to ending the war is the last thing she needs. With both sides tearing up the world to find her, it’s decision time for Kendry—keep running, or stand up and fight.


ParaWars: Uprising playlist

Wake by Linkin Park
All I Wanted by Paramore
Inner Universe off the Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex OST
Those Eyes by Thirsty Merc
Your Guardian Angel by The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus
Anthem of the Angels by Breaking Benjamin
The Kiss of Dawn by HIM
Lightning Crashes by Live
Fish ~ Silent Cruise off the Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex OST
Set Fire to the Rain by Adele
The End is the Beginning is the End by The Smashing Pumpkins
Ruska by Apocalyptica
Good Luck by Basement Jaxx, featuring Lisa Kekaula
20 Good Reasons by Thirsty Merc
Okuribito –Memory– off the Departures OST
Lovers Mask by Theophany
Alone in the Universe by Theophany
Bleeding Out by Imagine Dragons


Entangled Embrace Pre-Launch! Blog Tour: Ruined by Jus Accardo

ENTANGLED EMBRACE - about the books!

Ruined by Jus Accardo

Hell is looking for a way to break loose…

Jax lost the genetic lottery. Descended from Cain, the world's first murderer, he's plagued by a curse that demands violence in exchange for his happiness. He left everything behind, including the girl he loved, but thriving on the pain of others is lonely… And it's killing him.

After a series of heartbreaking losses, Samantha put rubber to pavement and headed for college as fast as her clunker could carry her. But she can't outrun her problems. When an attack at school drives her back home, she's thrown into the path of a past—and a guy—she's been trying to forget.

Sam strains Jax's control over his darkness, but running isn't an option this time. Someone—or, something—followed her home from school: a ruthless monster with a twisted plan centuries in the making. Forced together to survive, and fighting an attraction that could destroy them both, Jax and Sam must stop a killer bent on revenge.


About Jus Accardo
JUS ACCARDO spent her childhood reading and learning to cook. Determined to follow in her grandfather’s footsteps as a chef, she applied and was accepted to the Culinary Institute of America. At the last minute, she realized her path lay with fiction, not food, and passed on the spot to pursue writing. Jus is the bestselling author the popular Denazen series from Entangled publishing and is currently working on the first book in a new adult series due out summer 2013. A native New Yorker, she lives in the middle of nowhere with her husband, three dogs, and sometimes guard bear, Oswald.


Definitely, Maybe in Love by Ophelia London
 Definitely, Maybe in Love
Her theory of attraction is about to get a new angle.
Spring Honeycutt wants two things: to ace her sustainable living thesis and to save the environment. Both seem hopelessly unobtainable until her college professor suggests that with a new angle, her paper could be published. Spring swears she’ll do whatever it takes to ensure that happens.
“Whatever it takes,” however, means forming a partnership with the very hot, very privileged, very conceited Henry Knightly.
Henry is Spring's only hope at publication, but he's also the über-rich son of a land developer and cash-strapped Spring’s polar opposite. Too bad she can't help being attracted to the way he pushes her buttons, both politically and physically.  As they work on her thesis, Spring finds there's more to Henry than his old money and argyle sweaters…but can she drop the loud-and-proud act long enough to let him in? Suddenly, choosing between what she wants and what she needs puts Spring at odds with everything she believes in.
Definitely, Maybe in Love is a modern take on Pride and Prejudice that proves true love is worth risking a little pride.


About the author!
Ophelia London is the author of ABBY ROAD, the Perfect Kisses series including: PLAYING AT LOVE, SPEAKING OF LOVE, the upcoming "still working on the title" (Nov `13), and the new adultDEFINITELY, MAYBE IN LOVE (Oct 28th). She belongs to RWA and DARA. 

Hushed by Kelley York

He’s loved her. Killed for her. Yet he may not be able to save her.

Eighteen-year-old Archer couldn’t protect his best friend, Vivian, from what happened when they were kids. Since then, he’s never stopped trying to shelter her from everything else. It doesn’t matter that Vivian only uses him when skipping from one toxic relationship to another. Archer is always there, reeled in and tossed out, waiting to be noticed.

Then Evan Bishop breezes into town with a warm smile and calming touch, and Archer can’t deny his attraction to him. Evan is the only person who keeps him around without a single string attached. And the harder Archer falls for Evan, the more he sees Vivian for the manipulative hot-mess she really is.

But Viv has her hooks in deep, and once she finds out Archer’s dark secret, she threatens to expose the truth if she doesn’t get what she wants. And what she wants is for him to end his relationship with Evan...permanently.


About the author!
Once upon a time, Kelley York was born in central California. And it's there she she still resides with her lovely wife, step-daughter, and an abundance of cats, while fantasizing about moving to England or Ireland. She has a fascination with bells and animals, is a lover of video games, Doctor Who, manga and anime, and likes to pretend she’s a decent photographer. Her life goal is to find a real unicorn. Or at least write about them.

Kelley is a sucker for dark fiction. She loves writing twisted characters, tragic happenings, and bittersweet endings that leave you wondering and crying. Character development takes center stage in her books because the bounds of a person's character and the workings of their mind are limitless.

Her first book, HUSHED, was released by Entangled Publishing in December 2011. Her second and third books, HOLLOWED and SUICIDE WATCH, were released in 2012, and her next Entangled book, MADE OF STARS, is slated for October 1st, 2013.



“Hey, I’m just saying… Putting yourself alone with the sexier brother is just plain cruel. It's like dangling a juicy carrot in front of a starving horse.”
"Did—did you just refer to yourself as a carrot?"
"I think the better question would be, did I just refer to you as a starving horse…"

Monday, 21 October 2013

Blog Tour: The Dollhouse Asylum - Mary Gray (Guest Post)


The Dollhouse Asylum

October 22nd 2013 from Spencer Hill Press

A virus that had once been contained has returned, and soon no place will be left untouched by its destruction. But when Cheyenne wakes up in Elysian Fields--a subdivision cut off from the world and its monster-creating virus--she is thrilled to have a chance at survival.

At first, Elysian Fields,with its beautiful houses and manicured lawns, is perfect. Teo Richardson, the older man who stole Cheyenne's heart, built it so they could be together. But when Teo tells Cheyenne there are tests that she and seven other couples must pass to be worthy of salvation, Cheyenne begins to question the perfection of his world.

The people they were before are gone. Cheyenne is now "Persephone," and each couple has been re-named to reflect the most tragic romances ever told. Everyone is fighting to pass the test, to remain in Elysian Fields. Teo dresses them up, tells them when to move and how to act, and in order to pass the test, they must play along.

If they play it right, then they'll be safe.

But if they play it wrong, they'll die



A lot of people have wanted to know which tragic literary couples appear in THE DOLLHOUSE ASYLUM. I’ve refused to answer, because readers should learn this when they read the book! But…well… you only have a blog tour for your debut once, so, shh! I’m going to spill a little bit.

A long time ago in Punjab (present day Pakistan) a slave girl fell in love with a handsome prince. Her name was Anarkali, and he, Salim, actually loved her back. Only problem was, when the prince’s father found out about their affair, he ordered for the princess to be buried alive behind a wall of brick. So, when I was researching which tragic couples to share in my tale, I knew I had to choose this because 1) it wasn’t overly done story in Western literature and 2) it had the exact feeling of tragedy I was looking for. Plus, the tomb of Anarkali still exists today (from the 1600s!) and bears this poetic description: Could I behold the face of my beloved once more, I would thank God until the day of resurrection. Salim really loved her. Tragic, yes?

THE DOLLHOUSE ASYLUM was written in large part because I’d read THE FOREST OF HANDS AND TEETH and I wanted to write a story with the same kind of horror and desperation I drank up in that book. I then turned to my own personal experiences and the abusive relationships I’d witnessed spilled out. Suddenly I had this urgent, emotional story with seven couples, and I needed to find the right ones to fit. Salim and Anarkali’s story was perfect.

I then knew one or more of my characters would need to be buried alive, and the moment had to be poetic. My villain would take great pleasure in committing this atrocity—mostly. He would also feel betrayed. I knew this.
So, who was buried alive, you might ask? Well, that I’m not telling; time for you to read my book!



Mary Gray
Mary Gray has a fascination with all things creepy. That’s why all her favorite stories usually involve panic attacks and hyperventilating. In real life, she prefers to type away on her computer, ogle over her favorite TV shows, and savor fiction. When she’s not immersed in other worlds, she and her husband get their exercise by chasing after their three children.  The Dollhouse Asylum is her first novel. http://marygraybooks.com/


October 8 - Interview (Fantasy Book Addict - Stacey) http://www.fantasybookaddict.com
October 9 - Book Review (Books Live Forever - Jenea) www.booksliveforever.com
October 10 - Interview (Kiki's Bookshelf - Savanna) kikisdreambookshelf.blogspot.com
October 11 - Guest Post (The Bookshelf Sophisticate - Katelyn) http://bookshelfsophisticate.blogspot.com/
October 12 - Interview (Falling for YA - Emily) www.FallingForYA.blogspot.com
October 13 - Book Review (YA Sisterhood - Jennifer) Http://ya-sisterhood.blogspot.com/

October 14 - Interview (Fragments of life - Precious) Shusky20.blogspot.com
October 15 - Guest Post (Two Chicks On Books - Jaime) http://www.twochicksonbooks.com

October 16 - Book Review (Harley Bear Book Blog - Melissa) http://harleybearbookblog.blogspot.com
October 17 - Book Review (Lost in Believing - Alison) http://lostinbelieving.wordpress.com/

October 18 - Guest Post (Jessabella Reads - Jessica)  http://www.jessabellareads.com
October 19 - Book Review (Stuck In YA Books - Amanda) lovesbooksreviews.blogspot.com 

October 20 - Guest Post (The Book Goddess - Jana) http://jana-thebookgoddess.blogspot.co.uk/
October 21 - Interview (Swoony Boys Podcast - Meg) http://www.swoonyboyspodcast.com/


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Wednesday, 16 October 2013

Review: Finding It - Cora Carmack

Finding It (Losing It, #3)Title: Finding It (Losing It #3)
Author: Cora Carmack
Release Date: October 15th, 2013
Publisher: William Morrow
Age and Genre: New Adult, Contemp, Romance
Pages: 320
Source: for review

Sometimes you have to lose yourself to find where you truly belong...

Most girls would kill to spend months traveling around Europe after college graduation with no responsibility, no parents, and no-limit credit cards. Kelsey Summers is no exception. She's having the time of her life . . . or that's what she keeps telling herself.

It's a lonely business trying to find out who you are, especially when you're afraid you won't like what you discover. No amount of drinking or dancing can chase away Kelsey's loneliness, but maybe Jackson Hunt can. After a few chance meetings, he convinces her to take a journey of adventure instead of alcohol. With each new city and experience, Kelsey's mind becomes a little clearer and her heart a little less hers. Jackson helps her unravel her own dreams and desires. But the more she learns about herself, the more Kelsey realizes how little she knows about Jackson.

Cora Carmack fans certainly won't be disappointed with this third book of her popular Losing It series. Finding It is definitely my favourite of the three (and that's saying a lot as I loved the two previous books) as there's just something so special about this book that in my opinion, the two didn't. Finding It was a perfect addition to this series and I am now a really really big Cora Carmack fan. :D

I have to admit, Kelsey was one of those girls where at first I couldn't stand - I thought she was such a spoilt and so careless and sleeps around but then throughout the book you really see that there's more to her and reasons why she acted the way she did. In the end I really liked her and she grew a lot. And then we have Jackson (who is my latest book boyfriend!) and what can I say? He's my favourite boy and I just loved everything about him.  Swoony sigh.

Cora's writing definitely keeps getting better and better with each book. This author is so incredibly talented!!! The pacing of the relationship was perfect, and the sexual tension guys. GUYS. It was so thick! *fans self* There are a lot of steam in this. Not that I was complaining. :P

What really stood out in this book was the travelling aspect. Kelsey's travelling all around Europe and I've never been more jealous. How lucky is she? She gets to go to places with a really hot smexy guy. So not fair. Haha. Like I said, the travelling bit was awesome and Cora's descriptions really felt like you were actually there.

Even though there was a thing that I guessed really quickly on (and wondered why the MC didn't), I really enjoyed reading FINDING IT.  Like with other Cora's books, she does something that stands out in this NA category and makes it unforgettable. I am looking forward to all her upcoming books and hope there's more to come! :)

(You can read Cora Carmack's guest post (what Kelsey's story means to her) here and to see the blog schedule!)

Waiting On Wednesday (54)

wild by alex mallory

July 8th, 2013
The forest is full of secrets, and no one understands that better than Cade. Foraging, hunting, surviving— that’s all he knows. Alone for years, Cade believes he’s the sole survivor. At least, until he catches a glimpse of a beautiful stranger…

Dara expected to find natural wonders when she set off for a spring break camping trip. Instead, she discovers a primitive boy— he’s stealthy and handsome and he might be following her. Intrigued, Dara seeks him out and sets a catastrophe in motion.

Thrust back into society, Cade struggles with the realization that the life he knew was a lie. But he’s not the only one. Trying to explain life in a normal town leaves Dara questioning it.

As the media swarm and the police close in, Dara and Cade risk everything to get closer. But will the truth about Cade’s past tear them apart?
On the Epic Reads blog, they said it's 'Tarzan for the digital age'. GUYS. IT'S TARZAN!!! I can't even begin to tell you how excited I am for this book! I just have a feeling it will be so freaking awesome. July is too far away, though! And that tagline *DEAD*
(Psst. Is it just me or does HarperTeen have a lot of really exciting books coming out next year??) This is definitely one of my most anticipated books.
Cover Thoughts: I LOVE IT. How we can see the main character (I'm assuming that's Cade) and the woods and how the font is layed out. I normally don't like the colour orange that much but the theme goes really well! Sigh. Can I just say I really love this book already and I haven't even read it.
So what are you waiting for this Wednesday? And what do you think of my choice this week?

Tuesday, 15 October 2013

Blog tour: Tragically Flawed by A.M. Hargrove (Promo and Teasers)

Tragically Flawed by A.M. Hargrove


September 2013

Tragically Flawed



Riviera Benson’s past has been nothing but horrific. It’s filled with secrets that she intends to keep tightly locked away...terrifying secrets that keep her awake at night...that prevent her from getting close to anyone...anyone that is, until her work as a muralist drives her into the arms of the hot and sexy Shan.


Benjamin Shandon, owner of Shandon Homes, works like a thousand demons are chasing him...because perhaps they are. His business has boomed, ever since the forest fire swept through the canyon and destroyed hundreds of million dollar homes. He demands excellence in everything...from his employees to his women. He slows down for nothing, keeping a schedule that no sane person would want. But Riviera interrupts everything, twisting his guts inside out, and wedging her way into his heart, destroying a promise he made to himself.


Will they let their pasts control their future, or will they decide to let go and allow their hearts to discover each other’s?



Buy Links:

Barnes and Noble: http://bit.ly/19qMpVb

Author Information


A.M. HargroveOne day, on her way home from work as a sales manager, A. M. Hargrove, realized her life was on fast forward and if she didn't do something soon, it would quickly be too late to write that work of fiction she had been dreaming of her whole life.  So, she rolled down the passenger window of her fabulous (not) company car and tossed out her leather briefcase.  Luckily, the pedestrian in the direct line of fire was a dodge ball pro and had über quick reflexes enabling him to avoid getting bashed in the head.  Feeling a tad guilty about the near miss, A. M. made a speedy turn down a deserted side street before tossing her crummy, outdated piece-of-you-know-what laptop out the window.  She breathed a liberating sigh of relief, picked up her cell phone, called her boss and quit her job.  Grinning, she made another call to her hubs and told him of her new adventure (after making sure his heart was beating properly again).


So began A. M. Hargrove's career as a YA/NA and Adult Romance writer. Her books include the following: Edge of Disaster, Shattered Edge and Kissing Fire (The Edge Series); The Guardians of Vesturon series (Survival, Resurrection, Determinant, reEmergent and Beginnings); Dark Waltz and Tragically Flawed.


Other than being in love with writing about being in love, she loves chocolate, ice cream and coffee and is positive they should be added as part of the USDA food groups.


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