Sariah Wilson always writes super fun romances. Her latest, Just a BOYfriend, is no exception. Lots of twisty-twists and deep-seeded demons for the characters to overcome, a forbidden romance that drives the heart crazy, and awesome characters you can’t help but love.
In this book, Bash (Ian Sebastian) returns to town. His family is excited. Everyone that is except for Ember…who unfortunately became his step-sister when their parents eloped to Vegas after dating for a month.
What Ember and Bash never told anyone was that they were once-upon-a-time secret girlfriend/boyfriend in high school…before their parents met and caught them all up in their whirlwind. But Bash moved away after Ember told him she loved him, and she hasn’t seen him for three long years. Continue reading
I loved, loved, loved these two YA books I recently read. They’re written by two awesome sisters–Robin Daniels and Kelly Oram. The first book is One of the Girls by Robin Daniels. The companion book is Girl at Heart by Kelly Oram.I adored both. Here are my reviews.
One of the Girls
This YA romance was super cute. Nick is a second-string football player who has crushed on Mia for years. She’s the head cheerleader and most popular girl at school. She’s also a complete sweetheart and pushover when it comes to guys and her friends. She isn’t able to stand up for herself and ever say no. When her star-quarterback boyfriend breaks up with her, Nick yearns to swoop in to pick up the pieces of her heart. But he’s only an acquaintance and has no normal way to talk to her, without looking dumb or desperate. And he’s terrified of rejection. Then he gets a wild and crazy idea on how to get close to her—by trying out for the cheer squad. He’s had years of tumbling and gymnastics experience and hates sitting the bench each game. So he quits football to try out for a spot as a cheerleader…and he makes it. Continue reading
Hey, just wanted everyone to be able to have a chance to win an ebook copy of Between Hope and the Highway. Karlene will be picking someone tomorrow morning, from the people who comment on this Facebook post. (You might have to join the Polar Bear Plunge Group first. I don’t know?)
This has been a fun challenge so far. I won a paperback of Back to His Lordship by Jen Geigle Johnson. I’ll let you know later how it is. So hurry over. I think you need to comment with a book by an LDS author that has an animal in it or on the cover. If you can’t think of any, here are some ideas to choose from that I thought of after going through my Goodreads lists. Continue reading
The Polar Bear Plunge Reading Challenge is still going on. I received a fun email this morning saying my name had been picked for a prize. So…I put in my list of 3 choices and we’ll see which one I get. I’m super excited…and surprised. I didn’t expect to win anything since I haven’t logged too many points yet.
Join in (if you haven’t already) and add up some points. You get points just for joining the challenge, so if nothing else, do that…just in case you get picked! There are some fun books still to win on the prize page. Good luck! And happy reading.
My first read of the new year was The Chemist by Stephenie Meyer. This was a fantastic suspense thriller I could hardly put down (ask the dishes in my sink. They’ll agree with me).
Alex (the government agent-chemist on the run)
Daniel (the Doctor Jeckyll/Dr. Hyde man she’s sent to ‘interrogate,’ to stop him from unleashing a biological weapon upon millions of people in the US in exchange for her freedom) Continue reading
Here’s a fun reading challenge put on by Storytellers in Zion. It goes for the month of January. I’m one of the sponsors, but I’ll also be participating as a reader also (because I LOVE reading more than writing most days).
If you’d like to join in, here’s the link to play...and for the Polar Bear Plunge Rafflecopter to enter points. Check out the prize page. There are a ton of books to win. A couple years ago when I did a similar challenge, I won a couple books just by commenting on each post…so check it out. It’s a lot of fun.