We’re always looking for that next great read and we’d love to know what books you read over the weekend!
Here’s what was on our night stands (and keeping us up way past our bedtimes) this weekend:
Ana: I started reading Yesterday by C.K. Kelly Martin. Freya feels disconnected from the world. Her father died in a tragic accident and her family, or what’s left of it, moves to Canada (yay!). For reasons she can’t quite understand, her memories are foggy and nothing from her past seems real to her. Then one day she sees someone she’s sure she knows but he doesn’t seem to know her. And, as she pursues Garren in search of the truth, she gets more than what she’s bargained for. So far this book is fast paced and filled with mystery. I already know a bit more than I can tell you here (so I don’t spoil things for you) so trust me when I tell you it’s a really good read!!
Celeste: I read the more *ahem* adult book Fallen (The Chosen Series #1) by Christine James. This book was submitted to us by the author, and as you guessed by the cover it’s about angels. The heroine, Erin, lives in a very small town where she knows everyone…until one night she meets someone she has never seen before, AND he is gorgeous FTW. Before long she knows something isn’t normal….tune in tomorrow for my full review!
Amy: I just started reading Naturally, Charlie by S.L. Scott. Charlie is struggling, caught between her old life and the new life she is attempting to create for herself when she meets Charlie, the very handsome (and very swoonworthy) NY freelance writer.. It’s still very early on in the story for me but I’m really enjoying this book!
Christina: I started reading Tap Out by Eric Devine over the weekend. I’m only 50 or so pages in but the gist of it is that a boy named Tony, who is his senior year in high school, hasn’t been dealt the best cards in life. Growing up in a trailer park deemed “white trash” by most of his classmates hasn’t exactly made him the best of friends, and so his sole purpose in school is to learn the mechanic trade through Vo-Tec and get out of town. To make matters worse, Tony’s mom doesn’t know how to pick men at all. She always seems to find the ones that like to beat on her and eventually turn their violence on Tony. Tony’s always been stuck, too afraid to stand up but he hates hearing his mom cry, too. So, when his hand is forced, he takes a class at a local gym that teaches him MMA fighting. To his utter shock, he might actually be good at it. I’m not sure how I feel about this book yet. It’s… crude, in all aspects of the word.
So what did you read? We’d love to know