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Book Review: Last First Kiss

Last First Kiss by Sidney HalstonRocco, A-list movie star, must have a bodyguard for a dangerous situation, but Annie, ex-military bodyguard, is not what he expected.

Title: Last First Kiss
Author: Sidney Halston
125015488X (ISBN13: 9781250154880)

Genre: Romance, Contemporary
Series? Yes; Iron Clad Security

Publisher: Swerve
First Publication Date: August 29th 2017 (304 pages)

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Book Review: The Complete Sookie Stackhouse Stories

The Complete Sookie Stackhouse Stories

Title: The Complete Sookie Stackhouse Stories
Author: Charlaine Harris
ASIN: B071DZ187S

Genre: Fantasy ->Vampires, Shifters, Telepaths, Demons, PNR, Urban Fantasy, Mystery
Series: Sookie Stackhouse series

Publisher: Ace Books
First Publication Date: Nov. 21st, 2017


*I received this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review*

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Sunday Post 11/19

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s a chance to share News. A post to recap the past week, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up for the week on our blogs.

Last Week

So, I thought I got a lot of reading done this week, but no…. In my defense, I had three long night class meetings, spent time with my mother including taking her to a doc. appt, and then I participated in a huge library event yesterday. I’m still exhausted haha. 
I read 4 books this week, but also DNF’d 4 books….. maybe I just had no patience this week?

This One SummerFull House (Full #1)Last First Kiss (Iron Clad Security #2)Rebel Wolf (Shifter Falls #1)

This One Summer is an interesting graphic novel, although I wasn’t in love with it. Full House I listened to, which is pretty meh…. I think I’m getting tired of Janet Evanovich or the narrator. Last First Kiss is a fun little romance where the woman is the bodyguard! 
Rebel Wolf
actually surprised the socks off of me! I got it from Amazon for free and it ended up being my favorite read of the week. Once I get a little spending money, I”ll be buying the rest of the series. 

Dear Delilah (Hudson University, #1)The Curious Tale of Gabrielle (Curiosity, #1)Gork, the Teenage DragonThe One That Got Away

Unfortunately these were all books I received from Netgalley…. really not a great Netgalley week for me, but at least I got some off my list? 
I’m sure my TBR list approves of more books off the list ^_^


I’ve got a few life things to do today and I’m honestly feeling a bit sick, so I’m not sure if I’ll get around to reading anything 😦

If I do it will be Sawbones if I’m feeling good, or The Lies of Locke Lamora if I end up wanting to treat myself. 

Sawbones (Sawbones #1)The Lies of Locke Lamora (Gentleman Bastard, #1)

How has your weekend reading been going? 

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Book Review: The Salt House

The Salt HouseA family still struggling with a death in the family will either be destroyed like a boat in a storm or come together and survive the winds. 

Title: The Salt House
Author: Lisa Duffy
1501156551 (ISBN13: 9781501156557)

Genre: Women’s Fiction, Contemporary
Series? No

Publisher: Touchstone
First Publication Date: June 13th 2017 (304 pages)


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Book Review: This One Summer

This One SummerRose’s family is going through a difficult, putting a dark cloud over their summer vacation they take every year. A crush on an older boy who may have made his girlfriend pregnant make her vacation even more emotionally complicated. 

Title: This One Summer
Author: Mariko Tamaki, Jillian Tamaki
ISBN: 1626720940 (ISBN13: 9781626720947)

Genre: Contemporary, Graphic Novel
Series: No
Reading Level/Interest Level: 9th grade +

Publisher:  First Second
First Publication Date:  May 6th 2014 (320 pages)


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Book Review: American Born Chinese

American Born ChineseJin Wang wants to fit in, but being Chinese American in a white area makes him different, but no matter how hard he tries to be get rid of his Chinese-self, the more he seems to lose sense of who he is. 

Title: American Born Chinese
Author: Gene Luen Yang
ISBN: 1596431520 (ISBN13: 9781596431522)

Genre: Contemporary, Graphic Novel, Fantasy
Series: No
Reading Level/Interest Level: 8th grade +

Publisher:  First Second
First Publication Date:  September 1st, 2006 (240 pages)


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