Saturday, February 21, 2015

Four book Feature!

These are definitely 4 books you should read because lets face it.....your kindle or whatever reader you have is hungry! It's a definitely awesome 1 click that you will truly enjoy! 

The Brown House 

By Christy Sloat

From the beginning of the book I was pulled into the world of Brylee Branson and her friends. I found myself getting lost in the story which is so hard for me but in this book it was effortless. I shared in Brylee's love for Ephraim and her sadness at the loss of her California dream love. Christy does a wonderful job of putting you into the main character's shoes and helping you feel what she feels and see what she sees. The pictures she paints through her storytelling are beautiful and amazing and you can tell that she really understands the paranormal. It was such an amazing book and left me wanting for more. I can't wait until the sequel goes from pen to paper out of the mind of an excellent and talented writer like Christy. This book gets 5 stars from me!

Forever and Always

This is not your average coming of age story. It's not your average love story. It's a beautiful trip through life. With an addicting storyline that wraps you in its spell Forever and Always Destiny is a beautiful tale of love, loss, and finding love again. The characters are very approachable and I identified with their feelings. Cindy Springsteen is a very gifted author and I really enjoyed this story. I laughed, I cried, and I laughed again. I can't wait for book two to come out. Highly Recommended.

 (where my new book boyfriend lives)

I'm not much of a romance person but when I read Peregrine I couldn't put it down. Becki Brannen's a writing genius. She really gets you into the head of her main character. I felt my heartstrings pulled at going on a honeymoon to mourn your lost loved one. Stavros' character was written brilliantly I loved his heart and his style. This is such a beautiful story amazingly written and I know I will be reading more of Becki's books.
(Let's face it Stavros is HOT and the storyline is addicting)

And of course My Book 

Broken Earth By Lee Ryder

In a world with no adults, no laws to protect them, and no government to control the streets where dangerous gangs wage war over territory in the city, children forge forward to change what their forefathers took for granted. In crumbling cities that are surrounded by immense cemeteries where danger lurks around every corner. 
Jess lost her family when the plagues came leaving her alone and afraid to take on life in the city head on. Ian lost everything to the plague except for his sister Lucie. Can he protect Lucie from the violent life on the streets that threatens to steal her innocence. 
With danger closing in around them; struggling against immeasurable odds can they survive in Broken Earth?

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