Monday, April 6, 2015

Book Countdown?!

Hey ya'll,
So as we know time has a way of passing us by and I decided that even though it does we should at-least have something to remember from each month. So why can't that fond memory be a book? Here are my top eight books that you need to read! Get ahead of the curve by viewing a future book destined to top the New York Times Best-Seller List.

Month to Read: May
#8. Letting Go by J.M.Witt

What happens when the girl who's only read about BDSM meets a flawed Dom? 
Will their tortured souls find love amidst the pleasure and the pain? 
Or will misconceptions and unrealistic expectations destroy them before they've even begun? 

*This is the perfect book for May because it's warmer out and it's reminiscent of a really hot and steamy summer fling that begins around this time of year. I feel that this book is right for those who are into romance, suspense, and realistic fiction novels.

Month to Read: June
#7. Chasing Justice by Danielle Stewart

Piper Anderson has been given a fresh start in the picturesque town of Edenville, North Carolina. But her plans of settling into a normal life are derailed when she witnesses a prominent judge in her community committing a violent assault. Running from her own past and fueled by a passion to make the judge answer for his crimes, Piper is forced to decide if she’ll play by the rules or achieve justice in her own way.

* This novel is so amazing because for the month of June it gives you thrills and adventure that will ignite your Summer bug. Check this book out to power through those quiet days in June!

Month to Read: July 
#6.  Flying Blind by Deborah Cooke

Zoë Sorensson is perfectly normal, except she's been told she's destined for great things. Zoë's the one female dragon shapeshifter of her kind. But Zoë is at the bottom of the class when it comes to being Pyr and her powers are AWOL, so she's sent to a Pyr boot camp. 

*This novel is wonderful for the month of July because it has this sense of freedom about it and as you can tell the main character sort of gets a chance to assert her independence and voice when she goes to a Pyr boot camp.

Month to Read: August
#5. Touch of Amber by Jayne Rylon

As the planner for the Hot Rods’ quadruple wedding—one of which involves her sister, Nola—Amber Brown needs every ounce of her formidable attention to detail. Which is just fine with her.

She’s a teensy bit envious of the raw sexual power contained within Hot Rods’ polyamorous circle. But after watching her mother suffer the heartache of her father’s death, Amber won’t risk her heart, not even for the super-sexy lawyer on the guest list.

* I personally love this novel because it heats up the month of August and helps to keep the spirit of Summer alive for the readers. Also, the characters remind me of reality television in a good way and makes me want to be apart of the story.

Month to Read: September
#4: A Secret Life by Rachael Brownell

“I think you and I were meant to meet. I think all of this was supposed to happen. You are my destiny.” 

She never thought that her life would be this complicated. Or this dangerous. Running from her past, Kat and her mom end up in a small Colorado town when Kat run’s directly into her future. She changes everything about herself to try and blend into the background, to go unnoticed. She pushes everyone away and erects walls around herself and her heart. As hard as she tries, though, Kat can’t seem to escape the pull that Cam has on her. 

* I believe this book is great for those of us heading back to school or have children heading back to school because this novel has so much anticipation in it that drives you to read it even more. This book makes us all reflect on things we may be hiding.

Month to Read: October
#3. How to Date Dead Guys by Ann M. Noser

College sophomore Emma Roberts remembers her mother's sage advice: "don't sleep around, don't burp in public, and don't tell anyone you see ghosts". But when charming Mike Carlson drowns in the campus river under her watch, Emma's sheltered life shatters. Blamed for Mike's death and haunted by nightmares, Emma turns to witchcraft and a mysterious Book of Shadows to bring him back. Under a Blood Moon, she lights candles, draws a pentacle on the campus bridge, and casts a spell. The invoked river rages up against her, but she escapes its fury. As she stumbles back to the dorm, a stranger drags himself from the water and follows her home. And he isn't the only one. 

* Not too long ago I did an Author Spotlight for Mrs. Noser and can I just say that she is so amazing. Her novel will give you that element of discomfort and fear that will satisfy any scary cravings you may be having during the month of October. And it will grab your attention, never letting you go!

Month to Read: November
#2. Laws of Passion by Ky'la Sims (K.M.J.)

This novel follows the life of a teenage girl named Audrey Kennedy as she mourns the death of her father and unknowingly becomes enticed by a supernatural creature with a vendetta against her family.

*This novel is perfect for those who are tired of the same old supernatural creatures seen in almost every YA book. Laws of Passion provides the reader with suspense, romance, and enticing characters that will leave you wanting more. Be careful or you just may get addicted!

Month to Read: December
#1. The Seraphina Series by Sheena Hutchinson

For as long as she can remember, Seraphina Cross has experienced these visions that made her feel like there was more to life. It wasn’t until one moment, one accident that her life changed forever. She awakens the next day a new person in more ways than one. With no recollection of past night’s events, she’s forced to adapt to certain sensations she is experiencing all while trying to piece together what exactly happened to her that fateful night.

*This book I feel can help excite what could be a dull and boring winter. Check this out if you want to be taken on the adventure of your life!

Well there you have it! These books are exactly what you need to finish off the year with. If you happen to pick up a copy don't be afraid to stop by and tell me your thoughts. Until Next Time ;*

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