Friday, 30 November 2012

Friday Fab Five: Older Contemps

Fab Five Friday!
Topic- Older Contemporaries!

This idea came to after my Top Ten 2012 Contemporaries post. I wanted a way to post my favourite older contemporary reads!
These five books would all get five star ratings in my opinion.

Two Way Street by Lauren Barnholdt

This was my first every random Amazon contemporary buy and I love it! It launched my love of road trip books and Lauren Barnholdt. I love the characters, the plot and it still feels unique to me despite all the newer road trip books. I have reread this one countless times and I still find myself picking it up every now and then.

One Night That Changed Everything by Lauren Barnholdt
My second favourite Lauren Barnholdt book! It's full of funny side characters, unique plot points and complex relations! It is a quick fun read!

Amy and Roger's Epic Detour by Morgan Matson
I think I've mentioned how much I love this book countless times! I even reviewed it despite the fact I read it pre blog. It was so good Morgan Matson is now on my auto buy list! :)

The Boyfriend List by E. Lockhart

I love how quirky and unique this one is. Ruby is such a realistic character, a typical teenage girl who is unaware of her own appeal and has beenostracised by her former best friends and boyfriend. It is a great quick series!

Effortless by S.C.Stephens.
I first read this online years ago and had to buy it when I saw it on Amazon! It is quite a hot read but it deals with realistic issues and has such a enticing male lead that I cannot wait for the next book to be released!

What older Contemporary books do you still love?
Much Love!

Tuesday, 27 November 2012

Crash by Nicole Williams

Southpointe High is the last place Lucy wanted to wind up her senior year of school. Right up until she stumbles into Jude Ryder, a guy whose name has become its own verb, and synonymous with trouble. He's got a rap sheet that runs longer than a senior thesis, has had his name sighed, shouted, and cursed by more women than Lucy dares to ask, and lives at the local boys home where disturbed seems to be the status quo for the residents. Lucy had a stable at best, quirky at worst, upbringing. She lives for wearing the satin down on her ballet shoes, has her sights set on Juilliard, and has been careful to keep trouble out of her life. Up until now.

Jude's everything she knows she needs to stay away from if she wants to separate her past from her future. Staying away, she's about to find out, is the only thing she's incapable of.
For Lucy Larson and Jude Ryder, love's about to become the thing that tears them apart.

I finally caved and brought this one! It lived up to all the hype and expectations!

What I loved:
  • Lucy- I loved her spirit and determination, she really believed in her own potential and didn't let her financial issues hold her back! I admired the way she didn't need this new school to accept her and how she accepted her life for what it was! She did annoy at times with her inability to read between the lines with Jude!
  • Jude-  I really liked Jude! His obsession with not being good enough for Lucy was annoying but understandable. I loved how he created different personas for himself so effortlessly and
  • Side cast- I loved this side cast, they were realistic and fun if not always that likable! Kind of like a real school!
  • Family-  I didn't love Lucy's family, I loved her Dad and I understood her Mum. Jude's family although important, weren't really 'seen'. I loved the slow reveal and twist involving the families, it was unexpected and clever!
What I didn't love as much:
  • Sawyer- He was so good at hiding how creepy and sly he was! I was suspicious of him from the start but I still underestimated him!
  • Background- I wanted more on Lucy before the move etc. and more on Jude in general! But I suppose that is what the sequel is for!
  • The Boys- Not sure if  their names were mentioned but I didn't want to reread that part! They were such awful, spiteful people for no reason!
  • Lack of Communication- Did Lucy and Jude not have mobiles? They could have phoned/texted? They didn't seem to communicate out of school time or prearranged meet ups!
I enjoyed this! It was realistic and full of misdirection. I've downloaded the sequel all ready!

Have you read Crash??
Much Love!

Sunday, 25 November 2012

Shallow by Georgia Cates

Welcome to the Shallow Blog Tour!! 
Payton Archer's best friend, Claire, strives to be perfect in every way. Payton doesn't and this is her story.

Nick Hawke likes his car fast and his girls even faster. He blows through females quicker than his muscle car races down the "The Strip" in Collinsville and he wouldn’t have it any other way. Determined to avoid the devastation he has watched his father endure in the aftermath of his mother leaving, he believes there is no room in his life or his heart for a relationship lasting more than one night. He seeks happiness in things that won’t let him cars, adrenaline and one night stands. To his absolute dismay, all of that changes when he unexpectedly runs into an old friend and is introduced to Payton Archer, the first girl he ever wanted for more than one night. There’s only one catch...she is completely immune to him and his smooth talking ways.
Payton Archer is looking for what Claire has with Jessie, but she has given up on finding least until she leaves for college in the fall because she is certain that is where she will find the perfect guy to fit into her perfect world. She plans on summer being nothing but three uneventful months of fun, but it turns out to be anything but ordinary when Payton is introduced to Nick Hawke, one of Jessie’s old Collinsville friends. She is shocked by her immediate and intense attraction for “Hawke” because nothing about him is what Payton is looking for. Sure, he’s hot and sexy but he comes from Collinsville and that is definitely not on her list of prerequisites. Everything about him makes Payton’s heart speed because he is exciting and dangerous, but his fast car and the dangerous chances he takes aren't what scares Payton the’s the way Nick Hawke makes her feel every time he looks at her. Can Payton find that moment of total fearlessness and make the decision to leave the safe, shallow end of love to risk going under completely?
I loved Going Under so I was excited to read more about Payton, Claire's feisty best friend! This book delivered above and beyond what I was anticipating!
What I loved:
  • Payton- I loved her feistiness in Going Under and I just loved it more in Shallow. I found it much easier to relate to Payton than Claire. I liked that underneath all the armour she was just a girl who wanted real love and wouldn't settle for less! I did find her slightly ott on judging other girls who had lower standards than her.
  • Nick- I loved him! Such a good bad boy! I loved that he had morals and ambition for himself and his family. He hadn't been the luckiest guy but he was making the most of his life. I liked how self assured he seemed when it came to Payton initially.
  • Dallas- She was so sweet! I loved her relationship with Nick, she completely believed in him even when he didn't believe in himself. I thought it showed a lot about the nature of their relationship that Nick was willing to invite her to hang out with Payton, Jess and Claire straight away. I loved her with Dane, such a cute seemingly uncomplicated relationship!
  • Jessie/Claire/Payton- I loved this triangle! Jessie is the boyfriend you always hope your best friend will get. Friendly and protective of you and a genuinely good guy for your friend. I loved how well Jessie understood Payton, he knew when to step in and when to back off.
  • Epilogue- There are few things I love more than epilogues which give you the perfect glimpse into the future of the characters!

What I didn't love as much: 
  • More- I wanted more! I would have liked to read more of Payton in Nick's world and more of them together in general!
  • Tilly- Could not believe her! I won't spoil but she made me so angry!

I loved this slightly more than Going Under but they are a great set of companion books!
*Just heard Dallas and Dane are getting their own book!!* So excited!

Opinions on Shallow?
Much Love!

Tuesday, 20 November 2012

The Secret of Ella and Micha by Jessica Sorensen.

Welcome to the The Secret of Ella and Micha Blog Tour!

Ella and Micha have been best friends since they were kids. But one tragic night shatters their friendship and their lives forever.

Ella used to be a rule-breaker with fiery attitude who wore her heart on her sleeve. But she left everything behind when she went to college and transformed into someone that follows the rules, keeps everything together, and hides all her problems. But now it's summer break and she has nowhere else to go but home.
Ella fears everything she worked so hard to bury might resurface, especially with Micha living right next door. If Micha tries to tempt the old her back, she knows that it will be hard to resist.
Micha is sexy, smart, confident, and can get under Ella’s skin like no one else can. He knows everything about her, including her darkest secrets. And he’s determined to bring his best friend, and the girl he loves back, no matter what it takes.

I saw this on Goodreads and then I got an invite to the tour- talk about fate! I loved how unique the plot was and how so many twists were slowly revealed.
What I loved: 
  • Ella- I loved her character! She had clearly made a very good attempt to alter her personality but when they collided I loved how they meshed together and she became the better part of 'old' and 'new' Ella. Her fears rationalised her running away but I did question the fact she hadn't contacted anyone from home. I can't really explain how much I loved her but she was a fascinating character to read.
  • Micha- Wow! One of the best guys I've read in awhile- even his name is amazing! This is basically the mini version of why I loved him! I loved how much he loved Ella and stood by her and for her at all times. I liked how Ella didn''t realise how much her disappearance affected him but it was clear to everybody else. I liked how he had ambitions and plans for himself and that his life wasn't perfect either. He seemed like a good son and very well rounded. I loved the bromance between him and Ethan!  
  • Plot- I loved how it was a mixture of  several 'standard' storylines but scrambled slightly to make it more unique mixed up several 'standard' storylines and made it unique
  • Side characters- I absolutely loved Lila and Ethan's side story and relationships with Ella and Micha. I felt sorry for Lila as she realised that she didn't really know Ella and she obviously had a difficult home life. Ella definitely underestimated her  Ethan was such a good friend to Micha and I loved his 'banterous' relationship with Ella. I am looking forward to reading their story!
  • Setting- I liked how it was a rough area but not completely awful. They were good people mixed in with bad! Ella had tried very hard to portray herself as an average girl from an average place so Lila was understandably shocked!

What I didn't love as much:

  • Ella's family- Ella's brother was so harsh, I understand being angry at a funeral but not keeping it on and distancing yourself meanly. Her dad was so out of it, he definitely needed help.
  • Micha's Dad- I had high hopes for this one but he let me down! I can't say more without spoiling it!
  • Micky- I kind of found the whole drag racing  storyline a bit unnecessary but Micky was such a horrible person. He seemed intent on winding anyone and everyone up enough to race him but he wasn't all that great! 
I loved this book! It felt quite unique and was very easy to read!
Have you fallen in love with Ella and Micha?
Much Love!

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Sunday, 18 November 2012

Lettie Loves: Cover Judging!

New post which will feature book/reading related things I love! This post is on
Cover Judging!

Most readers are guilty of judging a book by it's cover at least once!
I've always spent ages perusing bookshops waiting for a book to catch my eye and now I tend to browse kindle for pretty covers and preview them! I am definitely guilty of cover judging! However I do pick up more books than I reject based on their covers so maybe I'm a positive judge?
As it is YA and NA Contemporary Month I thought I would share with you a couple of books I decided to read purely based on their covers!

When I posted the cover on one of my Monday posts the majority of the comments were about how beautiful this cover is! I think it is such an unique and gorgeous cover!  Most importantly this book lives up to the cover! Review!

This cute cover kept popping up on blogs and catching my eye! It is so sweet with it's juxtaposition of ballet and boy's trainers. This one turned out more spicy than sweet but just as good as it looks!

My Heart for Yours 
How can one book be allowed to have TWO such gorgeous covers?? I love how they both have a  cute 'young love' theme to them! I'm very glad this one caught my eye as it led to about 5 other awesome books!
This intriguing cover was randomly suggested to me by Amazon and is responsible for really kickstarting my trust in 'indie' books as well as making me a Sea Breeze groupie! The cover really stood out as it has so many hints to the actual book such as the case and the key.

Clearly certain cover themes draw me in such as hearts on windows! I really loved this cover from afar for ages and finally got around to buying it... Lets just say I actually returned it to Amazon- guess covers can't always be trusted!
What do you think? Are you guilty of serial cover judging?
Have any of these books caught your eye?
Much Love!

Thursday, 15 November 2012

Loving Summer by Kailin Gow


Welcome to my stop on the Loving Summer Blog Tour! I've been wanting to read this for ages so I am super excited to be part of the blog tour!

Summer has always looked forward to spending her summers at her Aunt's beach house with the Donovans. To her, summers at Aunt Sookie's beach house was magical, especially getting to spend time with the Donovans - her best friend Rachel and Rachel's brothers Nathaniel, and Drew. Here at Aunt Sookie's beach house, they can be anyone and anything they dreamed. For Summer, she had always wished to become as pretty as Rachel and for her brothers to think of her as more than Rachel's friend. For Nat and Drew, summers at Aunt Sookie's beach house meant fun and escape, a place where they go to with their mom and sister for the summer, away from city life. They never thought this summer would be different. They never thought things would change as much as they did...and it all began with them falling for and loving Summer.

 It was much better than I'd expected! I've seen a lot of people comparing this to the Summer trilogy but I couldn't make it through the first book whereas I devoured Loving Summer!
What I loved:
  • Drew-  I loved Drew! He was so witty and sneaky when it came to Summer and Astor! I loved when he interrupted their Disneyworld date. I also felt sorry for him as he was clearly deeper than anyone really thought and was so used to being second or even third best that he wasn't even surprised.. Excited to see more of him
  • Sookie- l loved how much she had impacted the lives of Summer, Rachael, Drew and Nat with her acting classes, games and advice! She was so good with each of them, knowing what they needed and what they wanted- brilliant summer guardian!
  • Summer- I did like her but she annoyed me- Nat, Drew  and Astor blew hot and cold but she seemed to lack any passionate feelings for any of them and even when she picked one she didn't strongly discourage the others. I loved her work at the acting school and her determination to be a good friend and niece.
  • Viewpoints- I always mention how much I love different viewpoints and Loving Summer ticked the box for me! I loved how the prologue was from Rachel's pov and then how Drew got two chapters from his viewpoint - it really added insight and made the different characters more relatable.
What I didn't love as much:
  • Rachel- My main issue was I wished I could have seen more of her! As Summer's best friend, she really was not around much and she seemed to get into a relationship very quickly.....
  • Astor- I found Astor to be a bit too much too fast. He seemed a nice enough guy but it seemed like the added competition of Drew and Nat enhance his efforts. Nat on the other hand seemed to be a mix and disinterested and inappropriately jealous!
  • Ending- It was such a tease of an ending! It hinted at where Summer was and how the competition was still on!
I really enjoyed this, it was so much deeper than I'd expected with a few surprising twists!
Have you read any of Kailin Gow's books?
Much Love!
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Tuesday, 13 November 2012

6 Seconds of Life Blog Tour!

Welcome to the 6 Seconds of Life Blog Tour!

Maura has just jumped.
Now she has precisely six seconds until she hits the water below her—just six more seconds until she is finally freed from her mundane and aimless existence. Freed of all of the regrets and disappointments that have haunted her throughout her nineteen years.
She just needs to be free.
But as she falls, the most pivotal points of her life start to replay like a movie in her head: her family falling apart, her first love, her first heartbreak, her first true friends, and her first betrayal. As she remembers these moments that brought her to this point, will she feel a sense of peace? Or will her death be her greatest regret?
Maura has six seconds to reflect on whom and what in her life lead her to jump, in those six second we get just a glimpse at the key points and characters in her life. I thought I would do a different kind of post on how I would categorise these characters!

Character whose viewpoint I would have love to see:
Owen- the boyfriend who tried his best. I would have loved to see his point of view to clarify a few things.
Character that frustrates me the most:
Maura's Mum- Guilty of giving her husband too much leeway and ignoring how down he was on Maura.

Character I felt sorry for:
Doyle- Typical frat boy who was in the wrong but had no idea.

Character I disliked the most:
Maura's Dad- selfish ex-sports star who couldn't see his own faults but keen to point out Maura's.

Character most responsible for alienating Maura:
Darby- the mean girl of Maura's life, responsible for alienating her in a number of ways!

This book was not my usual type of contemporary and left me with many questions but I found it intriguing and I couldn't put it down!

Have you read 6 Seconds of Life?
Much Love!

Monday, 12 November 2012

Monday Round Up!

One of my favourite memes hosted by the lovely Shelia over at Book Journey!
Well I had a technical fail week! My desktop now shuts itself down randomly and I had to send my laptop off for repair! Luckily I'd pre scheduled the majority of my posts but I'm behind on comments and posts are now backlogged... How typical of both the computers in my house chose the same heavy blog week to break down!
Swell by Julie Rieman Duck- My stop on the Blog Tour- Hearts!

Other posts!
Top Ten 2012 Contemporary Reads!- Pretty self explanatory post :)
Cover Reveal- Make It Last by Bethany Lopez


6 Seconds was so different than my usual read and Just For Now was worth the wait!


I love it! So far it is everything I hoped it would be :)

What's Next!

Someone requested it at the Library so I need to read it fast!

Upcoming Posts!
Cover Comparisons- moved to this week!

Upcoming Blog Tours 
This week is a busy blog tour week!
6 Seconds of Life Blog Tour- Stopping here tomorrow!
Loving Summer Blog Tour- Stopping here Thursday!
Saving You, Saving Me Blog Tour- Stopping here Saturday!
How has your week been?
Hopefully technology didn't fail you :)
Much Love!

Friday, 9 November 2012

Swell by Julie Rieman Duck.

Welcome to my stop on the Swell Blog Tour!
When Christian Rusch plucks Beck Ionesco from the freshman ranks for himself, she’s tempted with parties, popularity, and love. But as the free-flowing booze that soaks his world seeps into her own, Beck begins using liquid courage as a way to ignore Christian’s dark moods… and cover her anxiety about his flirtatious friend Hillman.

However, when Christian breaks up with Beck, and Hillman makes a dangerous move, no amount of alcohol can stop the pain or keep her out of trouble. And just when it seems like she’s lost everything, Beck is partnered with Jesse Leary for an art project. After spending time with him, Beck realises it’s more than a study date… and Christian’s not happy about it. Then again, Beck’s not sure she’s happy with him, either.
But only after plowing through a bottle of wine, a wild fight, and one guardrail that becomes Christian’s last call, does Beck admit to her problem and ask for help from the one whose life secretly parallels her own.

This isn't something I would usually pick up but the blurb intrigued me! The book surprised me with it's depth and I really enjoyed it!

What I loved:
  • Jenna- I loved Jenna, She was loyal, honest and forgiving, a true friend to Beck. I found her to be an alternate to how Beck would have been if she hadn't been tempted, she showed a mirror image of who Beck was initially and who she could be. I think her reaction to alcohol emphasised how out of control Beck and the 'popular' group were. I liked reading a down to earth girl in a book full of out of control people!
  • Jesse- I am in love with Jesse! He was so supportive and genuine. I loved how he came out of nowhere and gradually grew closer to Beck. I think he was the perfect guy for her to meet when she did. He intrigued me with all his knowledge on Alcoholic Anonymous and his secretive life but he was up front and honest to Beck and respected her. All in all I think he saved my opinion of Beck I found myself warming to her more the closer she got to Jesse.
  • Subject Matter- I loved how the author approached the topics of alcoholism, peer pressure, unhealthy relationships and sexual assault from such a believable angle. Beck started out as an ordinary girl so her spiralling journey into alcoholism and unhealthy relationships was much more authentic and relatable. She really highlighted how easy it was to slip down the path alcoholism without meaning to and what kind of horrible and dangerous situations it can led to. I liked how she juxtaposed Beck and Christian's unhealthy relationship with alcohol with people like Jenna and Allison who didn't downward spiral as badly. I also liked that Beck didn't make a miraculous recovery but struggled with her addictions. It made for a gritty, realistic read.
  • Flashforwards- The little snippets hinting at what would happen to Beck at the start of the first chapters were so intriguing! They warned of the bad path Beck was heading down and kept you guessing exactly what would happen. They were such a clever plot device!
What I didn't love as much:
  • Christian and Hillman- I'm grouping these two together as I disliked both initially and that just deepen as the book went on! I found Christian to be insensitive and self absorbed, the fact he allowed the Hillman issue to exist and escalate was inexcusable. I think I disliked him the most as he was disillusioned with how inappropriate his behaviour was towards everyone and focussed only on how it all affected his personal life plan. Hillman was a disgusting human being, an awful friend and an intimidating threatening guy. He had few redeeming qualities and was exactly the kind of guy no one should let their guard down around. I think these two characters were sadly realistic if slightly exaggerated. Christian was the rich guy who depends alcohol to cope and allows it to control him and Hillman, the guy who waited around to take advantage of drunk girls.
  • Parents- I was disappointed with most of the parents in this book. The characters were all under 18, mostly drinking their parents' alcohol and out at all hours with no supervision. I have a hard time imagining my parents allowing me or not realising that I was out at all hours and completely wasted almost everyday.... I felt Beck's parents could have intervened earlier although her Dad redeemed himself later on. Christian's parents were so completely oblivious to their son's actions it was shocking! I just felt if the parents had been more observant they could of avoided half the major situations their children ended up in.
I really enjoyed how this book took me out of my usual reading zone! I loved how it explored such deep subject matter, the only negative was I couldn't connect with Beck!

Have you read
Much Love!

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Tuesday, 6 November 2012

Top Ten Tuesday: Contemporary Reads of 2012

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by: The Broke and the Bookish.
This week's topic is: I'm choosing Contemporary 2012 reads!
This freebie week fits in really well with my feature! I decided to do my top ten contemporary books I've read in 2012! YA and NA!
Easy by Tammara Webber
I have been re-reading this one like crazy! I love the side cast of characters, the theme, the romance, Jackie, Lucas... Everything really! Reviewed in October.
If I Stay and Where She Went by Gayle Forman 
No surprises here! I loved these two books- brilliantly unique contemporaries with a fantastic cast of characters and a brilliant use of flashbacks! I loved how the two books are from two different point of views and both felt very emotionally deep and real. Reviewd in July!
Second Chance Summer by Morgan Matson
Morgan Matson has been one of my go to summer contemporary authors since Amy and Roger! I loved concept and plot line of Second Chance Summer and the complex characters. Reviewed in July.
Dash and Lily's Book of Dares by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan
A fun festive witty contemporary read which incorporates so much of New York City and it's diversity! Reviewed in October.
Because of Low and While It Lasts by Abbi Glines
I have gushed over Abbi Glines Sea Breeze series it's no surprise these two made it on this list! Because of Low was much more sweet and based around family drama whereas While It Lasts was hotter and involved more emotional drama. I love the contrast between the two and the continuation of the cast while keeping the two stories separate. Because of Low reviewed in September and While It Lasts reviewed as part of  Young Adult and New Adult Month.

  Pushing The Limits by Katie McGarry
This book has everything you could ask for in a YA contemporary novel, a heroine you can connect to, a hot boy with depth, a unique yet familiar plot and utterly addictive! Reviewed in July
Lengths by Steph Campbell and Liz Reinhardt

 I loved how hot and sweet this was! I liked how Whit seemed to be the more troubled on as usually in YA/NA the guy is the most 'broken'. Such an unexpected great read. Reviewed as part of Young Adult and New Adult Month!
What has been your favourite contemporary read of 2012?
Much Love!

Monday, 5 November 2012

Cover Reveal! Make It Last by Bethany Lopez

In a small town, it's hard to recover from being dumped by your high school sweetheart. That's just what Briana has to do after Colin leaves her to follow his dreams. She focuses her energy into her friendships and the pursuit of her own goal of becoming a chef. Just when she finally feels like she's on the right path, he comes back to town.
Colin knew breaking up with Briana before leaving for college was the right thing to do. He was determined to leave small-town life behind forever, and that included his high school girlfriend. But when a sports injury puts him on the sidelines, he's forced to return home. Seeing Briana again brings back a lot of memories, and Colin wonders if he made the right decision. It doesn't take long for him to realize he wants her back, and this time, he wants to make it last.
A theme appropriate reveal! How good does this book sound?!

More on Bethany Lopez
Bethany Lopez was born in Detroit, Michigan, and grew up in Michigan and San Antonio,
Texas. She went to High School at Dearborn High, in Dearborn, Michigan, which is where she has set her Young Adult novel. She is married and has a blended family with five children. She is currently serving in the United States Air Force as a Recruiter in Los Angeles, California. She has always loved to read and write and has seen her dream realized by independently publishing her contemporary Young Adult series, Stories About Melissa. Ta Ta for Now!, xoxoxo, and Ciao are available now. Bethany is currently working on a Contemporary Fantasy YA and a Contemporary New Adult Trilogy.

Have you read any of Bethany's other books?
Make It Lasts should be available from 12th November!
Much Love!
Cover Designer: Stephanie Mooney -
Cover reveal organized by: AToMR Tours

Monday Round Up!

One of my favourite memes hosted by the lovely Shelia over at Book Journey!

First week of my feature month has been busy! I went out as a Superhero for Halloween, celebrated Bonfire Night and got a Samsung III courtesy of my generous Grandma who didn't want her free upgrade! I just need to take it to a phone shop and get all my content and contacts etc transferred :)
Blog wise I launched my first feature month and improved my ratings page!

While It Lasts by Abbi Glines- 4 Hearts!

Other posts!
Challenge Update- Self explanatory, a post on where I am with my Challenges!
November Feature- Launch post for my YA and NA Contemporary month!
Cover Reveal- First look at the cover for Rouge by Leigh Talbert Moore


I really enjoyed Crash- I can see why it has had so much hype! I literally devoured Roar and Liv- I loved their chemistry and the Through The Ever Night teaser left me desperate for more!

I worked out how to send it to my kindle yay! So far so good :)
What's Next!
 How gorgeous is the cover of this one? Excited to read it!

Upcoming Reviews!
Swell Blog Tour- Visits this blog on friday!

Upcoming Posts!
Top Ten 2012 Contemporary reads- Check back tomorrow to see my Favourite contemporaries!
Cover Comparisions- Comparision of two very similar contemporary covers!

How has your week been?
Are you enjoying my contemporary month so far?
Much Love!