What I read in the first weeks of 2019!

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20190106_142911_500Hello, my darlings! How are you all doing? We are already two weeks in 2019 and I have read some books. And today I want to talk about them(because why not). This year I really want to be better with writing book reviews, so be ready to see more book related posts on here. Let’s start with the fun part…books!



40653061Wicked Wedding

(Left at the Altar #4)


Sawyer Bennett

It all started with a wedding…
Well, three weddings, to be exact. The one that happened, the one that went up in flames, and the one nobody saw coming.

Andrew Collings has seen a lot of things living in Vegas. Hell, he’s done a lot of things. But one thing he’s never witnessed is a beautiful brunette, hitchhiking her way into the city, wearing a wedding dress. Until now, that is.

Brynne Adams is running away from a broken heart. She expected a lot of things from her wedding day but finding photos of her fiancé and maid of honor and best man in a compromising position wasn’t one of them. She most certainly never imagined that she’d end up marrying the handsome stranger that rescued her from the side of the road that day.

Andrew and Brynne’s quick nuptials may have been the result of a drunken joke, but they soon realize that love can be found in the most unlikely of places if you just stop and take a chance.

My thoughts:

The first book I read in the 2019…and It was okay. Not

hing extra special in my mind.(or maybe I just wasn’t in the mood for this kind of book)I would recommend it for a fast afternoon read.
3/5 stars





Inconvenient Wife

(Charleston #2)


Natasha Boyd

All Beau Montgomery, one of Charleston’s most eligible bachelors, wants to do is build boats. He has no interest in marriage whatsoever … until it means he might not get his inheritance and he can kiss his boat building dreams goodbye. But the hungry hordes of Charleston debutantes looking to score a Montgomery scare him sh*tless. Luckily, his best girlfriend Gwen has found him the perfect out. Marry a member of the armed services by proxy! He’ll never have to even meet the girl! Though her emails are starting to become highly addictive.

Gwen has loved Beau Montgomery since she used to run barefoot around the marina as scrappy preteen tomboy. Knowing she’ll never fit into his high society family, she decided long ago that she’d become his indispensable best friend rather than not be in his life at all. When he tells her he needs to marry in order to fulfill his dreams, she panics that he might actually meet someone and she’ll lose him forever. So she hatches the perfect plan. A marriage by proxy! But when her chosen target proves unreliable and impossible to pin down, Gwen writes Beau a few emails just to keep the connection going before the big day. I mean Beau is never going to even meet this woman in real life so what does does it matter if the words are hers …

My thoughts:

3,8/5 stars





(Life After #1)


Julie Hall

No one’s afterlife is as dispiriting as Audrey’s―at least that’s what she believes after waking up dead without her memories and being promptly assigned to hunt demons for the rest of eternity. She’s convinced God’s made a cosmic mistake; after all, she’d rather discuss the color of her nails than break them on angelic weapons.

It doesn’t help that her trainer, Logan, is as infuriating as he is attractive. And just when Audrey and Logan appear close to developing an amicable relationship, a decision made under duress pushes their hearts in a direction neither of them saw coming.

Despite her sub-par fighting abilities, an ancient weapon of unparalleled power chooses Audrey as its wielder, attracting the cautious gazes of her fellow hunters and the attention of Satan himself. With Satan’s eyes now fixed on Audrey, a battle for the safety of the living looms in the shadows.

My thoughts:

This was amazing! I loved the writing and the story was amazing. Can’t wait to read the next book in this series
Disclaimer – It talks about school shooting if that triggers you better skip this one.
5/5 stars

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The Wicked King

(The Folk of the Air #2)


Holly Black

You must be strong enough to strike and strike and strike again without tiring.

The first lesson is to make yourself strong.

After the jaw-dropping revelation that Oak is the heir to Faerie, Jude must keep her younger brother safe. To do so, she has bound the wicked king, Cardan, to her, and made herself the power behind the throne. Navigating the constantly shifting political alliances of Faerie would be difficult enough if Cardan were easy to control. But he does everything in his power to humiliate and undermine her even as his fascination with her remains undiminished.

When it becomes all too clear that someone close to Jude means to betray her, threatening her own life and the lives of everyone she loves, Jude must uncover the traitor and fight her own complicated feelings for Cardan to maintain control as a mortal in a Faerie world.

My thoughts:

This was A-M-A-Z-I-N-G! Everything I wanted.Can’t wait to read how the story will unfold.
5/5 stars

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That’s the new cover,I read this one with the old boring one.

Something Strange and Deadly

(Something Strange and Deadly #1)


Susan Dennard

There’s something strange and deadly loose in Philadelphia. . . .

Eleanor Fitt has a lot to worry about.

Her brother has gone missing, her family has fallen on hard times, and her mother is determined to marry her off to any rich young man who walks by. But this is nothing compared to what she’s just read in the newspaper:

The Dead are rising in Philadelphia.

And then, in a frightening attack, a zombie delivers a letter to Eleanor . . . from her brother.

Whoever is controlling the Dead army has taken her brother as well. If Eleanor is going to find him, she’ll have to venture into the lab of the notorious Spirit-Hunters, who protect the city from supernatural forces. But as Eleanor spends more time with the Spirit-Hunters, including the maddeningly stubborn yet handsome Daniel, the situation becomes dire. And now, not only is her reputation on the line, but her very life may hang in the balance.

My thoughts:

I enjoyed it. It was an okay book, figured out the plot twist basically in the first chapters. It has a lot of historical inaccuracies, but it’s fiction so I can let it slide. And the cover doesn’t match the book at all,I would love to see a cover change to a more epic one.
Another big thing…I’m not a fan of zombies, to be honest(Like I hate them with a passion), but they weren’t as bad in this one as I anticipated.Overall an interesting YA book, would totally recommend for an afternoon read.
3,5/5 stars




The Kiss Thief


L.J. Shen

They say your first kiss should be earned.

Mine was stolen by a devil in a masquerade mask under the black Chicago sky.

They say the vows you take on your wedding day are sacred.

Mine were broken before we left church.

They say your heart only beats for one man.

Mine split and bled for two rivals who fought for it until the bitter end.

I was promised to Angelo Bandini, the heir to one of the most powerful families in the Chicago Outfit.

Then taken by Senator Wolfe Keaton, who held my father’s sins over his head to force me into marriage.

They say that all great love stories have a happy ending.

I, Francesca Rossi, found myself erasing and rewriting mine until the very last chapter.

One kiss.
Two men.
Three lives.
Entwined together.

And somewhere between these two men, I had to find my forever

My thoughts:

Uhhhh….I loved it! There were twists and turns on every corner I didn’t see coming. (And the cover is gorgeous ).Would recommend if you want an epic love story with a happy ending.
4,5/5 stars



Tell me in the comment, What did you read anything good recently?

That’s it from me

Till next time

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