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Giving some much deserved love to books.

Hey there, readers. This week I’m taking a break from writing tips to gush about some books and series that I’m really digging right now. Sometimes one review/week just doesn’t cut it. Hell, sometimes twenty words just isn’t enough. So here are three books that I’ve read in the last week or so that I have to tell you about. So, without further ado, let the gushing commence.

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1. Doon by Lorie Langdon and Carey Corp — Y’all, I just happened to find this one. It was all due to a sales-y email that I got sent via Publisher’s Weekly, but I saw the cover and was curious. Then, I read the first chapter, and I had to buy. Loved it! A really great YA romance with kind of a fairytale twist. The next book is out August of next year, which means I have a year wait ahead of me for the next one. Brutal!

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2. Styxx by Sherrilyn Kenyon — Every time I think that there’s no way yet another book in this series can suck me in, it does. The story of Styxx has been a long time coming. She goes all the way back, telling it through his horrific upbringing. The times I’d seen him before, I thought there was no way I could connect with him. Yeah, that totally happened. He’s now kind of my fave of all of the Dark-Hunters. Even more so the Acheron. And for readers of the series, that’s saying something.

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3. Until Fountain Bridge by Samantha Young — Basically all of Samantha Young’s romances are awesome. I loved, LOVED, On Dublin Street and Down London Road. I can’t wait for Before Jamaica Lane. (Yes, I totally pre-ordered it already.) But I was completely skeptical of Until Fountain Bridge. It’s a novella that goes back into a side romance that happened during On Dublin Street. Usually, I’m against that kind of thing. I don’t want to read about the romance from the guy’s POV. If the plot didn’t fit in the main book, then it doesn’t deserve it’s own thing. Why rehash something that’s already been told? But this wasn’t exactly that, and I was TOTALLY sucked in. It’s basically a series of flashbacks, but they’re so well written, that I feel right into the flow of the story. If you’ve read the series, it’s a do not miss. If you haven’t read the series, what are you waiting for?!


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