Ghost Train to New Orleans by Mur Lafferty

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My Thoughts: In The Shambling Guide to New York City (my review here), human Zoe Norris wound up working for a coterie publisher, putting together a travel guide to New York City for the supernatural creatures who live and visit there. Trouble has a way of finding her, especially after a large showdown with an evil Zoetist–who just happened to be the wife of the boss whom she had an affair…

SavingQuintonbyJessicaSorensen

My Thoughts: I really enjoyed Breaking Nova, and it ended on such a note of hope for Nova. Saving Quinton picks up almost a year later–a full school year later to be precise–and Nova is in a much better place than she was last summer. She’s finally come to terms with her boyfriend Landon’s suicide a few years earlier, and she’s been drug free for almost a year. Attending support meetings…

OutsideInbyDougCooper

My Thoughts: Brad Shepherd worked hard to be a math teacher, and it was a job that he thought he was meant to do and would always enjoy. But when a student overdoses on prescription pills and dies in his classroom, Brad is basically forced to resign from his position. After dedicating his life to his students, he now faces a long summer with no plans for his future–and at…

BoysLikeYoubyJulianaStone

Sometimes you come across one of these rare gems in the book world. These books that you pick up with no exceptional expectations, but then you are suddenly completely sucked in and fell completely and utterly in love. That is what happened with me and Boys Like You! These kids broke my heart! Now please make it whole again… We know early on that both Nathan and Monroe have a…

The Falconer by Elizabeth May

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So here is what happened. I saw the book around and dismissed it – no idea why, but somehow I didn’t care enough to read it. Then, Jenny (Supernatural Snark and my never-wrong-when-it-comes-to-books-we-both-love friend) told me to pick up The Falconer as soon as I can , because it totally reminded her of The Fafever series from Karen Marie Moning.. Uhm… OK! Get me the book now Delicious Genre Mix…

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Welcome to our  latest edition of Super Six Sundays! Enjoy! Super Six Sunday is an original bookish meme hosted at Bewitched Bookworms and inspired by “Top Ten Tuesday” from The Broke and The Bookish. You can see the weekly schedule of themes here. It’s so great to see so many people participating! Check back later and be sure to visit the other Super Six Sunday posts to spread the love! It’s Heather…

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My Thoughts: Breaking Nova is certainly not a romantic fairytale. It is a story of how two broken people can be toxic together, how they can fuel the worst types of behavior in themselves, yet still be drawn to the good things that are left in each other. This is not a novel that everyone will be comfortable reading. Heavy issues are addressed and the angst is dark, sometimes oppressive,…

TheForeverSongbyJulieKagawa

Oh I’ve been a fan of Julie Kagawa since I read her first book The Iron King – and ever since I feel deeply in love with her stories. The Blood of Eden Series combines her incredible world building with my (still) favorite paranormal creature: Vampires! But.. all good things must come to an end so welcome to the Blog Tour for: The Spectacular Conclusion to the Epic Dystopian Trilogy…

Open Road Summer by Emery Lord

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Summer, Road trip, Friendship and celebrities - Open Road Summer by Emery Lord  sounds like a fantastic summer read and I was super excited when I got a copy to enjoy! Best Friends, Country Music and a Road Trip! The setting of Open Road Summer was just great. Dee and Reagan are best friends, and even though they seem like total opposites. Dee is little Miss Sunshine and teenage country star,…

Love Letters to the Dead by Ava Dellaira

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My Thoughts: Losing your sibling in a tragic accident isn’t easy, and Laurel’s broken family is even more devastated when her older sister May dies unexpectedly. Their parents are already divorced, but now their grief stricken mother needs to get away and heads to a ranch in California, leaving Laurel to split her time between her home with her father and her spinster aunt’s apartment. But living with her aunt…

Stolen Songbird

I’m so happy  and thrilled to host Danielle J. Jensen today during her Blog Tour for her debut Stolen Songbird. I absolutely adored and loved Stolen Songbird, so I when I got the chance to chat a little with Danielle, I was super excited! So please welcome Danielle ! Hi Danielle! Thank you so much for stopping at the Bewitched Bookworms today and for chatting with me about your awesometastic…

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Welcome to our  newest edition of Super 6 Sundays! Enjoy! Super Six Sunday is an original bookish meme hosted at Bewitched Bookworms and inspired by “Top Ten Tuesday” from The Broke and The Bookish . You can see the weekly schedule of themes here. I’m quote excited to see so many people participating! So , check back later and visit the other Super Six Sunday posts to spread the love! It’s Danny…

My Friday Love – Breaking The Rules by Katie McGarry

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Happy Friday Welcome to our Friday Feature! My Friday Love is a weekly  where we want to share what we loved during this past week. My Friday Love is… Katie McGarry News! I was freaking out when Katie announced a few days ago her next book… Breaking The Rules by Katie McGarry Squeals!!!!! It’s the follow up of Noah and Echo’s story and fills the gap between Pushing The Limits…

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