Monthly Archives: November 2011

Jenny Pox

Title: Jenny Pox Author: JL Bryan Publisher: CreateSpace Publication Date: July 2009 Classification: YA Novel Challenge: Outdo Yourself Summary from Barnes and Noble: Jenny’s touch spreads a deadly supernatural plague. She can’t control her power, so she devotes her life to avoiding contact with other people in her small Southern town. Her senior year of high school, she meets the one boy she can touch…but if she’s […]

2012 Twilight Series Challenge

  Lately, due to Breaking Dawn Part I being released in theaters, everyone is talking about the Twilight Series. Personally I read the books before the hype started to gather about them but I do greatly enjoy this series. The last time I actually picked up one of the Twilight books in the series to read was back a week after Breaking Dawn released in […]

A Lily Among Thorns by Rose Lerner

Reviewer: Lisa Genre: Historical RomancePublisher: Dorchester – (September, 2011) ISBN: 9781428511491ASIN: B005LJWVWUPages: 320Rating: B; Great, would want to read againHeat Level: 3; Minimal love scenesMy Source: Publisher via NetGalley A Lily Among Thorns by Rose LernerA Lily Among Thorns is a quirky and charming historical romance. With fantastic characters and intriguing drama, this is a historical romance you don’t want to miss. Years ago, Solomon […]

Bloomsbury’s Epic Holiday e-Book Deals

Hey Everyone! Thought I would share with you that Bloomsbury has dropped the price on many of their popular teen and adult books. Some of the titles that I’m really excited about are Which are all just $2.99! I have heard great things about all of Harvey’s books and I really need to read her work. Plus I have been trying to get into some […]

Blood Magic

Title: Blood Magic Author: Tessa Gratton Publisher: Random House Publication Date: May 2011 Classification: YA Novel Summary from Barnes and Noble: This page-turning debut novel will entice fans who like their paranormal romances dark and disturbing. It’s a natural next-read for fans of Stephanie Meyer, Carrie Jones, and Becca Fitzpatrick. But instead of mythical creatures, blood magic has everything to do with primal human desires like […]