It's funny how quickly we accumulate books without realizing it. I wasn't sure we would have a STS post this week, but alas, the words were calling, so here we are! Can't wait to see what everyone else added to their shelves this week.
Wide Awake by Shelly Crane - My current read. Thus far Wide Awake is engaging. Due to vacation I haven't been able to read as much as I would like, but I'm looking forward to really getting into the heart of this book.
Since Forever Ago by Olivia Besse - Found this on Netgalley. I've heard mixed reviews, but I've learned not to judge a book before reading it for myself.
The 100 Society by Carla Spradbery - After seeing this in Nikki's haul last week I couldn't resist. It's been a while since I've read a true thriller.
Ghosting by Edith Pattou - Somehow this missed my haul last week, but I've read it and loved it. There aren't enough words to articulate how I felt about this book. However, I'm going to try. Check back in a couple weeks for my full review.
Pivot Point by Kasie West - After reading The Distance Between Us I needed more from Kasie West and immediately went to download Pivot Point. I'm so so excited to get into this one.
The Hot Corner by Amy Noelle - I met Amy through fanfiction and I adored her writing. So when she was publishing her second book I immediately signed up to get a signed copy from her. I can't wait to read it. She does sports very well.
Rusty Nailed by Alice Clayton - One of my most anticipated of the summer. The first was sexy and funny and I'm sure the follow up will be the same if not better.
My Life With The Walter Boys by Ali Novak - I have a feeling this will be a real cute read. And I'm all about cute these days.
Pivot Point by Kasie West - Being obsessed with an author requires reading of their books. Since reading The Distance Between Us, I have become obsessed and now I can finally deepen it with her non-contemporary series.
Split Second by Kasie West - See Pivot Point.
The Promise of Amazing by Robin Constantine - I saw this recommended on Epic Reads for a nice romantic read. For some reason, this reminds me of Beginning of Everything, and since I adored that I figured why not give this a chance.
Until Next Time,