It’s Been Completed 


The Winners Kiss the final book to Marie Rutkoski Winners Trilogy has come out.  So Happy Book Birthday To You.  

That means it’s time to get back into these story of Krestel and Arin plus all the drama that is going to become of it. I am happy though that the covers still match and hopefully sooner than later ill be continuing on. 

End of March TBR 


My top three books am going to be reading for the rest of March. Am going to finish off three series even if it takes me a bit. Am excited for this goal and hope and I can stick to it. 

These are the last book in trilogies that’s I’ve been holding off on for to long. Infinite first, then Boundless, and lastly Finale.
  

REVIEW: Crash by Nicole Williams


Rating: 3/5

Publisher: Harper Teen/2012

Page Count: 365

Format: Paperback

This book has been sitting on my shelf and I believed to get rid of it. However I had the whole good/evil book nerds on my shoulders saying I should give the first book a chance. So I did and was surprised.

PLOT: This is Lucy Larson senior in high school and she is going to a new school and downside from her old life. However one thing that has always been constant is dancing. That was until she meet bad boy Jude Ryder was a rap sheet longer than any kid his age should have. Since the day they meet there was attraction with a lot of trouble rolled into one.

Lucy and Jude are the typically bad boy meets good girl crap. Lucy is a girly girl but she does have an attitude which I enjoy. Then Jude the orphan bad boy who tries to be good however seems to find trouble. When there together its not that bad. However there where something’s
However I will say that Lucy does seem more down to earth then most characters like her. So I didn’t dislike her as much as I thought I would. The school thing was kind a of funny how at first no one wanted to talk to Lucy because of Jude. But after no one still really be her friend, but be friendly enough.

I didn’t like.
-Lucy can never make up her mind if she wants to be with Jude or not.
-Then she starts dating another guy when they broke up. Which is B.S since they just spilt up.
-How Jude would hide things from her that will come out later. So just damn tell her.
Then there are something’s I liked
-I liked Jude more than Lucy. He is a little boy trying to act more of a grown up.
-I liked that Lucy stopped being so distance from each other.
-I loved that both Jude and Lucy were named after Beetle songs it makes it more like faith.
-I did enjoy the fact that Jude was trying to be open with his past and when he does something wrong. However its always after Lucy is pissed off at him.
I enjoyed this book for the purpose it was a fast easy read that I may continue with I haven’t decided. The ending didn’t really make me want to read the next book Clash (plus its the shortest book in the trilogy.) However its on my self when ready.

Happy Book Birthday


 This is actual the book I have been looking forward to reading the most in 2016. I don’t know why other than the fact it’s a retelling.  
Summary from Goodreads…

Kill the beast. Win the girl.

A strange beast stirs fear in the kingdom of Lochlanach, terrorizing towns with its brutality and hunger. In an act of desperation, a proclamation is sent to all of Eurona—kill the creature and win the ultimate prize: the daughter of King Lochson’s hand in marriage.
Princess Aerity understands her duty to the kingdom though it pains her to imagine marrying a stranger. It would be foolish to set her sights on any particular man in the great hunt, but when a brooding local hunter, Paxton Seabolt, catches her attention, there’s no denying the unspoken lure between them…or his mysterious resentment.
Paxton is not keen on marriage. Nor does he care much for spoiled royals and their arcane laws. He’s determined to keep his focus on the task at hand—ridding the kingdom of the beast and protecting his family—yet Princess Aerity continues to challenge his notions with her unpredictability and charm. But as past secrets collide with present desires, dire choices threaten everything Paxton holds dear.
  
Series:Eurona Duology series

Format: hardback 

Page Count: 406

Pulisher: harperTeens 

So happy happy book birthday to you… And I hope a a lot of people read and enjoy you on your special day. 

February Wrap Up


So here is my late wrap up and its not very impressive except for the books I got these month. And its not even the physical books that get me but the kindle and audible ones. Apparently am a sucker for a good deal. On to the wrap up.

BOOKS READ: 4 books all by J.D. Robb (2 novels/2 novella)


Ritual in Death -27.5***

Promise in Death -28 *****

Kindred in Death -29 *****

Missing in Death -29.5 *****

PHYISCAL BUYS:


Unhooked by Lisa Maxwell

Salt into the Sea by Ruta Sepetys

Shadow Queen by C.J. Redwine


Out of the Easy by Ruta Sepetys

Where Things Come Back John Corey Whaley

A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray

Half Bad by Sally Green  

 

AUDIBLE BUYS: Sidenote most of these go with there physical or ebook copy.

Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige

I Am Number Four by Pittacus Lore

Etiqutte & Espionage by Gail Carriger

The Next Always by Nora Roberts

Patient Zero by Jonathan Maberry

First Grave on the Right by Darynda Jones

Talon by Julie Kagawa

Promise/Kindred/Fantasy in Death by j.d. robb

Me Before You by Jojo Moyes

The Program by Suzanne Young

breathe by abbi glines

the false prince by jennifer a. nielsen

daughter of smoke and bones by laini taylor

the land of stories by chris colfer

the lies of locke lamora by scott lynch

KINDLE BUYS


 

And there you have it my February wrap up. I was in such a music mood these month thanks to the Hamilton Musical. I also watched Fuller House which is a show to bring back old cast and older jokes. But its total not to be taken seriously and I simply loved it. This month I’ve started out by reading graphic novels, and so that maybe my theme for the month of March we will see. One goal though is to buy less e-books/audible books because I buy more than read/listen to them and am getting quite a collection.