Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Waiting on Wednesday [14]

"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating. 
This week's pre-publication "can't-wait-to-read" selection is:

(Hashtag #5)
by: Cambria Hebert 

Posers gonna pose
I am a man who had nothing, but found everything.
I’ll never go back to nothing ever again.
I vowed to protect her, and that’s exactly what I’m gonna do. 
The pictures I stumbled upon haunt me still, the secret I shoulder is heavy.
They say secrets put distance between two people, but the truth is far more destructive than keeping it will ever be. 
I won’t ever tell. She can’t ever know.
When I look in the mirror my reflection is of who I’m afraid I’ll become and not the man I am. 
It makes me feel like a poser, no better than all the others pretending to be exactly who they aren’t.
How does a man keep it together when everything is unraveling right here in his hands?
I didn’t start any of this.
I never asked for it.
But it came knocking at my door. 
When secrets and threats knock, I don’t hide.
I open the door. 
Because the best way to take down a poser is to be one.

Welp, I think this will be the end of the Hashtag series. I have only read the first three (they were good), because number four is a new story that doesn not has ending until this book. So, I did not want any more cliffhangers in my head. Waiting a lot, because it comes out in August 18, 2015.
What are you waiting on?

Monday, July 13, 2015

TTT [19]

Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish. Each week they will post a new Top Ten list that one of their bloggers over at The Broke and the Bookish will answer. Everyone is welcome to join! This week Top Ten is...
Last Ten Books That Came Into My Possession

order from the newest to the oldest book that came to my hands.

01. The Burning Sky, by Sherry Thomas
Breakable, by Tammara Webber .02
03. Dangerous Creatures, by Kami García & Margaret Stohl
End of Days, by Susan Ee .04
05. An Ember in the Ashes, by Sabaa Tahir
Fairest, by Marissa Meyer .06
07. The Return, by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Fallen Too Far, by Abbi Glines .08
09. Be with Me, by J. Lynn
The Retribution of Mara Dyer, by Michelle Hodkin .10

I haven't bought many books in the last weeks, because is summer and work isn't that good, so the pay check is check and most of it go to bills and food. But after August, I hope that improves and even more in Christmas, because you know presents. Let me see your TTT!

Saturday, July 11, 2015

StS [10}

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews, which is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. You can read more about the creation of this meme by visiting the official launch page here.
March 7, 2015 to July 11, 2015

DAMMMN! I haven't made one of these posts in LOOONG time. Guess that is time to catch up. I didn't like making these every week, but I swear that I will not let it past to months again. Jezz! I have read a LOT these past months so I warn you, its a long list.

not in order!
Promises, by: Marie Sexton
 A to Z, by Marie Sexton
 Letter Z, by Marie Sexton
 The Promise, by Marie Sexton
 Strawberries for Dessert, by Marie Sexton
 Paris A to Z, by Marie Sexton
 Fear, Hope and Bread Pudding, by Marie Sexton
 Shotgun, by Marie Sexton
╰ Cop Out, by KC Burn
╰ Cover Up, by KC Burn
╰ The Return, by Jennifer L. Armentrout
╰ Ember Part One, by Deborah Bladon
╰ Ember Part Two, by Deborah Bladon
╰ Ember Part Three, by Deborah Bladon
╰ How the Wolf Lost Her Heart, by Sarah Brownlee
╰ The 5 Stages of Falling in Love, by Rachel Higginson
╰ #Nerd, by Cambria Hebert
╰ #Hater, by Cambria Hebert
╰ #Player, by Cambria Hebert
╰ Under the Never Sky, by Veronica Rossi
╰ Through the Ever Night, by Veronica Rossi
╰ Into the Still Blue, by Veronica Rossi
╰ Dream of Me, by Quinn Loftis
╰ Price of a Kiss, by Linda Kage
╰ To Professor, With Love, by Linda Kage
╰ With Every Heartbeat, by Linda Kage
╰ A Perfect Ten, by Linda Kage
Pulse Part One, by Deborah Bladon 
Pulse Part Two, by Deborah Baldon 
Pulse Part Three, by Deborah Bladon 
Impulse, by Deborah Bladon 
Rule, by Jay Crownover 
Jet, by Jay Crownover 
Rome, by Jay Crownover 
Nash, by Jay Crownover 
Rowdy, by Jay Crownover 
Asa, by Jay Crownover 
With or Without Him, by Barbara Elsborg 
The Other Man, by RK Lilley 
The Wild Side, by Rk Lilley 
Iris, by RK Lilley 
Dair, by RK Lilley 
Try, by Ella Frank 
Take, by Ella Frank 
Trust, by Ella Frank 
Disfigured Love, by Georgia Le Carre 
The Heir, by Kiera Cass 
Have I Told You, by FL Jacob 
I Won't Give Up On You, by FL Jacob 
A Very Merry Black Hollywood Christmas, by FL Jacob 
Give Me All of You, by FL Jacob 
Jacks and Queens at the Green Mill, by Marie Rurkoski 
The Hooker and the Hermit, by Penny Reid & LH Cosway 
Crimson Bound, by Rosamund Hodge 
The Rosie Project, by Graeme Simsion 
Mystery Man, by Kristen Ashley 
Wild Man, by Kristen Ashley 
Law Man, by Kristen Ashley 
Motorcycle Man, by Kristen Ashley 
Real, by Katy Evans
╭ Mine, by Katy Evans
╭ Remy, by Katy Evans
╭ Rogue, by Katy Evans
╭ Ripped, by Katy Evans
╭ The Lost Herondale, by Cassandra Clare
 Nothing but Shadows, by Cassandra Clare
╭ The Whitechapel Fiend, by Cassandra Clare
╭ Evil We Love, by Cassandra Clare
╭ Consumed, by Alycia Taylor
╭ Deovred, by Alycia Taylor
╭ Addicted, by Alycia Taylor
╭ Damaged, by Alycia Taylor
╭ Commited, by Alycia Taylor
╭ Devoted, by Alycia Taylor
╭ Tangled, by Emma Chase
╭ Tangled Extra Scenes, by Emma Chase
╭ Holy Frigging Matrimony, by Emma Chase
╭ Twisted, by Emma Chase
╭ Tamed, by Emma Chase
╭ Tied, by Emma Chase
╭ Jace, by TA Grey
╭ Siege & Storm, by Leigh Bardugo
╭ The Too-Clever Fox, by Leigh Bardugo
╭ Little Knife, by Leigh Bardugo
╭ Ruin & Rising, by Leigh Bardugo
╭ Lick, by Kylie Scott
╭ Play, by Kylie Scott
╭ Lead, by Kylie Scott
╭ Deep, by Kylie Scott
╭ Chance, by Deborah Bladon
╭ An Ember in the Ashes, by Sabaa Tahir
Rock Chick, by Kristen Ashley
Rock Chick Rescue, by Kristen Ashley 
Rock Chick Redemption, by Kristen Ashley 
Rock Chick Renegade, by Kristen Ashley 
Rock Chick Revenge, by Kristen Ashley 
Rock Chick Reckoning, by Kristen Ashley 
Rock Chick Regret, by Kristen Ashley 
Rock Chick Revolution, by Kristen Ashley 
Obsessed Part One, by Deborah Bladon 
Obsessed Part Two, by Deborah Bladon 
Obsessed Part Three, by Deborah Bladon 
Still Obsessed, by Deborah Bladon 
Exposed Part One, by Deborah Bladon 
Exposed Part Two, by Deborah Bladon 
Exposed Part Three, by Deborah Bladon 
More Exposed, by Deborah Bladon 
Bared to You, by Sylvia Day 
Reflected in You, by Sylvia Day 
Entwined with You, by Sylvia Day 
Captivated by You, by Sylvia Day 
Big Love Abroad, by Jasinda Wilder 
I Am Her Revenge, by Meredith Moore 
Kissing in America, by Margo Raab 
Ugly Love, by Colleen Hoover 
Cruel Beauty, by Rosamund Hodge 
Gilded Ashes. by Rosamundo Hodge 
Tape, by Stephen Camden 
Rellik, by Teresa Mummert 
Ruin Part One, by Deborah Bladon
◠ Ruin Part Two, by Deborah Bladon
◠ Ruin Part Three, by Deborah Bladon
◠ Gone Part One, by Deborah Bladon
◠ Gone Part Two, by Deborah Bladon
◠ Gone Part Three, by Deborah Bladon
◠ Fuse, by Deborah Bladon
◠ Solo, by Deborah Bladon
◠ The Gamble, by Kristen Ashley
◠ Sweet Dreams, by Kristen Ashley
◠ Lady Luck, by Kristen Ashley
◠ Breathe, by Kristen Ashley
◠ Jagged, by Kristen Ashley
◠ Kaleidoscope, by Kristen Ashley
◠ For You, by Kristen Ashley
◠ Hotel Ruby, by Suzanne Young
◠ Grey, by EL James
◠ Grave Mercy, by Robin LaFevers
◠ Vain Part One, by Deborah Bladon
◠ Vain Part Two, by Deborah Bladon
◠ Vain Part Three, by Deborah Bladon
◠ Trace Part One, by Deborah Bladon
◠ Trace Part Two, by Deborah Bladon
◠ Trace Part Three, by Deborah Bladon
◠ Rooms, by Lauren Oliver
◠ Love Hurts, by Malorie Blackman


At Peace, by Kristen Ashley


Golden Trail, by Kristen Ashley
◡ Games of Heart, by Kristen Ashley
◡ The Promise, by Kristen Ashley
◡ The Will, by Kristen Ashley
◡ Soaring, by Kristen Ashley

Wow! Such a long list, right? Well, that was my past months... and I thought I has a reading slump, yeah right. What about you?

Thursday, July 9, 2015

[R] Cruel Beauty, by: Rosamund Hodge

Cruel Beauty
by: Rosamund Hodge


Graceling meets Beauty and the Beast in this sweeping fantasy about one girl's journey to fulfill her destiny and the monster who gets in her way-by stealing her heart.

Based on the classic fairy tale Beauty and the Beast, Cruel Beauty is a dazzling love story about our deepest desires and their power to change our destiny.

Since birth, Nyx has been betrothed to the evil ruler of her kingdom-all because of a foolish bargain struck by her father. And since birth, she has been in training to kill him.

With no choice but to fulfill her duty, Nyx resents her family for never trying to save her and hates herself for wanting to escape her fate. Still, on her seventeenth birthday, Nyx abandons everything she's ever known to marry the all-powerful, immortal Ignifex. Her plan? Seduce him, destroy his enchanted castle, and break the nine-hundred-year-old curse he put on her people.

But Ignifex is not at all what Nyx expected. The strangely charming lord beguiles her, and his castle—a shifting maze of magical rooms—enthralls her.

As Nyx searches for a way to free her homeland by uncovering Ignifex's secrets, she finds herself unwillingly drawn to him. Even if she could bring herself to love her sworn enemy, how can she refuse her duty to kill him? With time running out, Nyx must decide what is more important: the future of her kingdom, or the man she was never supposed to love. 

[R] Hotel Ruby, by: Suzanne Young

Hotel Ruby
by: Suzanne Young


Stay Tonight. Stay Forever.

When Audrey Casella arrives for an unplanned stay at the grand Hotel Ruby, she’s grateful for the detour. Just months after their mother’s death, Audrey and her brother, Daniel, are on their way to live with their grandmother, dumped on the doorstep of a DNA-matched stranger because their father is drowning in his grief.

Audrey and her family only plan to stay the night, but life in the Ruby can be intoxicating, extending their stay as it provides endless distractions—including handsome guest Elias Lange, who sends Audrey’s pulse racing. However, the hotel proves to be as strange as it is beautiful. Nightly fancy affairs in the ballroom are invitation only, and Audrey seems to be the one guest who doesn't have an invite. Instead, she joins the hotel staff on the rooftop, catching whispers about the hotel’s dark past.

The more Audrey learns about the new people she's met, the more her curiosity grows. She’s torn in different directions—the pull of her past with its overwhelming loss, the promise of a future that holds little joy, and an in-between life in a place that is so much more than it seems…

Welcome to the Ruby.

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

[R] Grave Mercy. by: Robin LaFevers

Grave Mercy
(His Fair Assasin #1)
by: Robin LaFevers


Why be the sheep, when you can be the wolf?

Seventeen-year-old Ismae escapes from the brutality of an arranged marriage into the sanctuary of the convent of St. Mortain, where the sisters still serve the gods of old. Here she learns that the god of Death Himself has blessed her with dangerous gifts—and a violent destiny. If she chooses to stay at the convent, she will be trained as an assassin and serve as a handmaiden to Death. To claim her new life, she must destroy the lives of others.

Ismae’s most important assignment takes her straight into the high court of Brittany—where she finds herself woefully under prepared—not only for the deadly games of intrigue and treason, but for the impossible choices she must make. For how can she deliver Death’s vengeance upon a target who, against her will, has stolen her heart?

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

TTT [18]

Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish. Each week they will post a new Top Ten list that one of their bloggers over at The Broke and the Bookish will answer. Everyone is welcome to join! This week Top Ten is...
Top Ten Hyped Books I've Never Read
i shouldn't call this in order!

Harry Potter [...], by JK Rowling
explaining this is hard. is a series that everyone loves, but i haven't read and really don't want to.

Gone Girl, by Gillian Flynn
the movie came out and all, still haven't read it. i may read it someday.

A Court of Thorns and Roses, by Sarah J Maas
haven't read this one nor the Throne of Glass series, but i will!

The Book Thief, by Markus Zusak
oh, yes i will read this one... someday.

The Raven Cycle, by Maggie Stiefvater
i have the first two books waiting on my shelf... let's say they waiting for company before they get into action.

Daughter of Smoke and Bone, by Laini Taylor
just like the series before, its just waiting for me to pick it up.

Bloodlines, by Richelle Mead
believe me, i will!

Across the Universe, by Beth Revis
uhm... i'm still not sure why haven't i read these.

We Were Liars, by E. Lockhart
has been in my hands, but i put it down again and again... ugh.

Seven Realms, by Cinda Williams Chima
yes, i have it in my tbr and i will read it.

ALL pictures from Google pics. Let me see your list!

Friday, July 3, 2015

[Series Review] Rock Chick, by: Kristen Ashley

Summer's still going on, and I'm not doing any reviews (did some, but not too many). I'm being shit trying to lower my number of reviews I gotta do, so its going up up like flames. My challenges are suffering too because I'm not reading the books I should, I'm reading the books I feel like to and that's not good news. Whatver, here is a series review of books that I love and now that they are done, I miss them. Kristen Ashley is a really good author.
by: Kristen Ashley

Rock on! After reading the Dream Man series (which I haven't yet reviewed), the next in the list of Kristen Ashley books were Rock Chick. I gotta say that these books are looong (big ass long), kind of repetitive, full of alpha males, but I love every second of them.
“I don’t get a taste of you soon, I’m givin’ up the search and takin’ you to my cabin in Grand Lake. No phones, no cell coverage, no buzzer. Anyone knocks on the door and I’m shooting them.”
That's our first alpha male, Lee Nightingale. Basically that is what every male to his female whenever they were interrupted while doing the business. Lee is basically a commando, that owns an office that gives PI services of all kinds. Between the white world (cops, police) and the black world (drugs, pimps and such), he and his crew are totally grey. They work by their own rules, doing what they think is the best. When Indy Savage gets herself in trouble, Lee introduces himself in it, to keep her safe. Secrets came to life and love gets in between. These two were made one for the other and just like that it ended.
“It was like the Justice League of Super Heroes but instead it was the Justice League of Hot Guys.”
We were introduced to a whole bunch of people that it was hard to keep track of them in just the first book, but then it became easier. The reader gets to comprehend every little detail of each of the books and the author doesn't leave any loose ties, and if she does, the next book solve it. In the first book we are introduced to Lee and Indy (obviously, because they are the main characters), but also their family. Lee's siblings are Hank (which is the main character of book three) and Ally (which is the main character of the last book and the only short story), who is also the best friend since forever of Indy. Lee and Indy have known each other for a long while, but they have always "denied" what they feel for each other until they couldn't anymore. It was a good play.

Now, the closest friends of Lee are Eddie Chavez and Darious Tucker. The second book of the series is about Eddie. Yes, he is hispanic and he is a cop, same as Hank. But instead of being one of the white world, he is gray because his best friend Darious is a drug dealer (his story will be explain later). He was kind of in love with Indy, until he wasn't and became of the likes of Jet McAlister, a new waitress of Indy's bookstore and café. But she also have "another life". At night she is a waitress in a titty-bar because she needs to help her mother about having a seizure. Her dad is one of the fuck-up and introduces her into a life she didn't want to be part of, but she is a good daughter, tries to help and gets stuck in dirt. Now, Eddie gets him hands dirty to help her, thanks that he is a cop and can do it. This one too was a great play.
“Chiquita, women spend a lot of time sittin’ around bitchin’ that there are no good men out there. I hate to tell you this, but there aren’t a lot of good women either. The difference is, when a man sees one, he knows it. Then, he goes after her and wears her down until she’s his. Then, if he’s any man at all, he won’t let her go.” 
Once again, we are introduced to a whole lot of people because Eddie's family is big and Jet's mother became of the likes of Tex McMillan (the new crazy barista of Indy's bookstore and café). We are introduced to a new drug dealer and pimp called Marcus Sloan, because his wife (Daisy Sloan, more like Dolly Parton twin sister) became one of the Rock Chicks.
“It was like someone in a suit walked up to me and gave me a certificate, which stated “Roxanne Giselle Logan, Your Life is Fucked”.”
Then we get to know that Tex has siblings and a niece that writes to him every month but has never met him. Her name is Roxie Logan and now she is the one with problems. She left his now ex-boyfriend because he was abusive and he was in dirty business, that problem follows her. She came straight to Tex, but Hank sees her first and that is basically love at first sight. Hank Nightingale is a straight narrow cop that even though he knows things around (like Darius and Marcus), he doesn't do much about that because of respect, but if the time comes he was going to act about it. The play is simple, Hank likes Roxie, but she brings so much baggage that he needs to sort it out first and then act upon his likes. Roxie wants to feel safe with Hank, but doesn't want to bring anyone any more problems. Both stubborn they keep doing what they think is the best, until things get bad and then all good. What a ride, right?
“I figured the Nightingale Investigations job application form had the question "Are you hot? Yes. No. If you answered no, please exit the building.”
Book four was unexpected, because I never thought that it was Vance Crowe's turn (one of Lee's
commando, he is the bounty hunter). At the end of book three we get to know Jules Lawler as the chick who comes right in front of Fortnum's and vandalizes a car of a drug dealer and then goes in a run, which Vance follows her. Now, Jules known as The Law is a social worker with a double life. Sweet as a pie, but full of power and want to take justice in her hands. She knows what she is doing and she kick ass! But problems follows her around, right? Well, Vance is right there and so is Luke Stark (another commando) to help her. You see even though that on the outside Law is tough as nails, on the inside is totally soft (and a virgin, which was rare among the Rock Chicks). This was the first favorite of this series, because she didn't exactly needed help, she could kick ass and she received bullets for that.
“The best way to guard your heart was to trust a good man to take care of it for you.”
At this point of the series, we know things about each one of the characters and we are only introduce to a handful of characters in every book because, well, family. In book four we see more into Luke's life and the end of it, we meet Ava Barlow. She was looking for him to help her, but when she saw
what a problem in her ass that would be... she back out, but Luke already had her in his sight. This time around, Ava's problem is becaus of his best friend Sissy Vitto. We are introduced to the Vitto clan, which is another group of drug dealers and such. Dominic Vitto is Sissy's husband, and lets say that he doesn't treat her well, so Ava comes in the middle of them trying to help his friend... bad choice. Ava and Luke know each other, just like Lee and Indy, from a long while. They both had a crush in each other since they would remember, but Ava had self-esteem problems and Luke had family problems which led him away from her, until now. Ava cannot believe that Luke wants her and what he must do is show her how much he wants her. Good book!

The Vitto clan includes those two (Dominic and Sissy), but also includes Renzo, aka Ren, and Uncle Vitto (plus his wife that doesn't show much). Remember then, because they will keep showing.
“I can’t be the star in your sky when you’re the only star left shining in mine.”
Then, there is another twists in the order and the story became of Kai "Mace" Mason and Stella Gunn. He got really deep and dark secrets that no matter how much Stella tried to suface in the past, their relationship got screwed up. Yes, they were a couple before, but now that Stella became one of
the Rock Chicks, trouble follows her and the shinning armor knight now is Mace. Stella is actually a real Rock Chick in all its meaning, because well, the sings... rock 'n' roll. Fate reunites Mace and Stella and where fire was ashes still are or something like that says. This wasn't exactly one of my favorites in the series, but it got this awesome epilogue. We see a little bit of our Rock Chicks future. We see the next two couples of the next books, happy and with children. Gosh, I freakin' love that epilogue.
“You want to see fast, we’l go into the bedroom and I’l show you fast but I’l show it to you slow.” 
Book seven is for... wait for it, Eddie's brother, Hector Chavez. I didn't tell, but all the spanish references (words and phrases) were the it for me. My main language is spanish, but someone like him speaking me both languages at the same time is totally hawt! Our new girl is Sadie Townsend or better known as Ice Princess. Let's get a re-cap! Hector worked with the DEA and he was an uncover working for Sadie's father, a drug dealer. Sadie actually help Hector recopiling info to take down his father. When he went down, they got distanced. But when she asked for his help, to be safe because the new people that wanted her father old empire, well, let's say that did not want her in a good way. Lee, and Hector, denied this help and she almost got whacked. They rape her, beat her and harm her very badly. After that, Hector swore to protect her no matter what and no
matter if now she didn't want it, plus he swore revenge against those brothers that torture her.
“Life!' Vito exploded, making me jump. "Up and down, good and bad, birth and death, celebration and devastation. If you got any balls at all, you roll with the punches and get the fuck on with it, pardon my French” 
You see, I LOVED Hector's book. We see a really good change in Sadie and we can actually feel all the love inside of Hector towards Sadie. Like I said I freakin' LOVED this book and I will totally treasure it. In this book we see some action between Ally Nightingale and Ren Zano, which leads us to the next book.

The Rock Series is in the end and jezz, the book its l-o-n-g. Ally is now into the family business, PI services, which leads her to a whole lot of problems. First, none of her brothers want that kind of life for her. Second, Ren doesn't want that life for her. So, what she decides? To hide all her work and do it all in. Darius Tucker, being one of the best friends and almost brother that he is for her, helps her out. Ren notices all her work, but doesn't do anything, until she enters in real danger, he complains and Ally send him a good-bye it hurts me to let you go, but this is my life. So Ren must back up two steps and support her, but her family isn't that ready for it yet.
“You seem to have an aversion to the mall.” His answer to that was, “Do I have a dick?” I felt my lips curl up and I replied , “Yes, baby. You have a dick.” “Then, yeah. I got an aversion to the mall.”
Again, you see, Ally's book was the perfect ending. Because Ally is just as kick-ass as Jules and she cara to Ally. That's it! Nothing more and, man, I was pissed, becuase I love italian a fuck lot.
doesn't give in on anything that Ren boss of her. I loved how everything was played, I loved how it end and obviously, loved the epilogue and the short story (Rock Chick Redux). What I must complain about this book is that Ren is italian-american and there is not even one word in italian. Nothing sweet of him talking in italian to Ally or anything at all. There IS only one word in italian and it was Uncle Vitto calling

Oh, and I must admit that Jane acting as Kristen Ashley was a good play. Writing these books and all, that was good. Also, I must admit that in almost all the books the same thing repeat, like the kidnappings, the drive-bys and all the boys saying what the girls must do. But that is how I liked it and not changing any of it. So, bottom line... I loved these books. They were the greatest rides. Yes, they were long, but the best. If you want romance, action and happy endings, read these books. You'll totally enjoy them.
“Because, no matter how old we get, we always need to believe in fairytales.”

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

[JUN] Book Challenges Wrap-Up!

Well, half of the year has passed and I already completed one of my challenges, but I keep going, just because I'm that goofy. So, basically I keep my track of them once a month and let you all know how good or bad my months are going, I'm doing these monthly wrap-ups. January wrap-up post is here, February's here, March's here, April's here, May's here, and if you want to see and you can found the list of all my challenges here. THESE BELOW are only the updates of THIS month. Sooo, that's it! Hasta la vista, amigos!

365 Days of YA Reading Challenge

Goal: 14 books per season/ 4.6 books per month
Read Last Months: 22 books
Read This Month: # books
List of Books (click on the title for the review):

1. I Am Her Revenge, by Meredith Moore
2. Kissing in America, by Margo Rabb
3. Tape, by Stephen Camden
4. Cruel Beauty, by Rosamund Hodge
5. Crimson Bound, by Rosamund Hodge

2015 Contemporary Challenge
by The Book Belles

Goal: 26 books in total/3 books per month
Read Last Months: 18 books
Read This Month: # books

List of Books (click on the title for the review):

1. I Am Her Revenge, by Meredith Moore
2. Kissing in America, by Margo Rabb
3. Tape, by Stephen Camden

2015 TBR Pile Reading Challenge

Goal: 120 books in total
Read Last Months: 154 books
Read This Month: 39 books

List of Books (click on the title for the review):

1. A Perfect Ten, by Linda Kage
2. Big Love Abroad, by Jasinda Wilder
3. Rule, by Jay Crownover
4. Jet, by Jay Crownover
5. Rome, by Jay Crownover
6. Nash, by Jay Crownover
7. Rowdy, by Jay Crownover
8. Asa, by Jay Crownover
9. I Am Her Revenge, by Meredith Moore
10. Kissing in America, by Margo Rabb
11. Ugly Love, by Colleen Hoover
12. Tape, by Stephen Camden
13. Rellik, by Teresa Mummert
14. Cruel Beauty, by Rosamund Hodge
15. The Rosie Project, by Graeme Simsion
16. Ember, by Deborah Bladon [a short stories trilogy]
19. Gilded Ashes, by Rosamund Hodge
20. Crimson Bound, by Rosamund Hodge
21. Shotgun, by Marie Sexton
22. Jacks and Queens at the Green Mill, by Marie Rutkoski
23. The Evil We Love, by Cassandra Clare & Robin Wasserman
24. Grey, by EL James
25. Mystery Man, by Kristen Ashley
26. Wild Man, by Kristen Ashley
27. Law Man, by Kristen Ashley
28. Motorcycle Man, by Kristen Ashley
30. Rock Chick, by Kristen Ashley
31. Rock Chick Rescue, by Kristen Ashley
32. Rock Chick Redemption, by Kristen Ashley
33. Rock Chick Renegade, by Kristen Ashley
34. Rock Chick Revenge, by Kristen Ashley
35. Rock Chick Reckoning, by Kristen Ashley
36. Rock Chick Regret, by Kristen Ashley
37. Rock Chick Revolution, by Kristen Ashley
38. Rock Chick Redux, by Kristen Ashley
39. The Gamble, by Kristen Ashley

2015 Reading Challenge
by I don't know, I found it in 9gag, but some people have said its from PopSugar and I don't know what that is

Goal: 47 things to rule out, no # of books
Ruled Out Last Months: 27 points
Ruled Out This Month: 1 book

List of Books (click on the title for the review):

1. A book that became a movie: Grey, by EL James (the original film is Fifty Shades of Grey, but the same scenes that are in the movie excists in this book)

Summer isn't going like I would love, but I'm reading whatver I feel like it, which is good for my entertainment, but not for my challenges. Oh, well. What are you going to read? What did you read? Do you have a wrap-up too? Let me see!