The Killing Woods by Lucy Christopher
This is the finished UK paperback and a book I'm not sure I want to read, simply because I'm a scaredy cat. However, it's marketed as a psychological thriller so perhaps I could handle that and I've only heard good things about both the writer and the book.
Unbreakable by Kami Garcia (Finished UK Paperback)
Whenever I hear this title, I always think of the Bruce Willis movie and the concept of arch nemesis. THIS is not what this story is about. I'm surprised to see that it's a paranormal since that has become a bit of a dirty word in publishing (what I mean by that is that it seems most agents/publishers aren't looking for these kinds of stories anymore) but I guess it's easier if you're already a well known, published author. I'm intrigued by the story and will definitely give it a go.
Looking for JJ by Anne Cassidy (Unsolicited)
This is not the usual kind of book that I read and for that reason alone, I think I should give it a go. I like the idea of reading outside of my comfort zone.
Dark Storm by Christine Feehan (Unsolicited)
I do find it laughable that a publisher thought to send me the twenty third book in a series I've never read. I don't mean to sound ungrateful but what were they thinking?! I'm not about to read twenty two books just so I can catch up therefore, this is one for the library.
Deception Cove by Jaybe Ann Krentz (Unsolicited)
This is the tenth book in a series that I've never read and whilst it does sound quite interesting, again, I'm not going to read nine books so I can catch up. Another one for the library.
Thank You Publishers!!!
I have not bought any physical books this week.
Branded by Abi Ketner and Missy Kalicicki (Bought)
This is a dystopian New Adult book and I find the synopsis of this book so interesting hence the reason I bought it ;)
Origin by Jennifer L. Armentrout (Bought)
This is the fourth book in the Lux series and quite frankly, I'm surprised I haven't read it by now as I'm desperate to know what happens (especially after the ending of the last book!) If it weren't for a couple of blog tours I have to prepare for, I would totally be reading this TODAY.
You Are Mine by Janeal Falor (Netgalley - For Review)
I'm extremely intrigued in this Witch/Warlock book but for me, the synopsis reads like it should be New Adult or Adult rather then YA. It could have taken a darker or more erotic turn then since it's about "being owned". Maybe that's just my mind, I don't know LOL
Keeping Her by Cora Carmack (Netgalley - For Review)
This is the sequel and a short novella to Losing It, a book I really enjoyed when I read it ages and ages ago. It's nice to see that this series has now come to the UK and I'm looking forward to continuing the story.
This has been a week of re-reading for me. Don't ask me why because I have no idea, especially when I have a ton of books I want to read but sometimes a particular book will call to you and you either ignore it or give in to it. I gave in. I'm re-reading The Secret for a little spiritual intervention whilst simultaneously revisiting the world of Christian Grey. I can't help myself. I'm about to start Light of the Moon by David James as it keeps calling to me!! What are you reading? As always, I hope you had a great week for books and please share your links below.