Cheers to the freakin' weekend! I'm making it my mission to clean out my shelves over the next couple days. Perhaps next week your get a purge post. Hm...
Jet by Jay Crownover - I read this one, and the next two along with Rule from last week, all in 3 days. I loved these boys so much. This one had the rocker.
Rome by Jay Crownover - This is the one with the soldier. Possibly my favorite because it includes one of my favorite plot devices.
Nash by Jay Crownover - This one made me cry. It was probably the saddest of the 4.
Upside Down by Lia Riley - I saw a lot of people talking about this book on twitter and I had to see what it was about so I got it.
Solving for Ex by Leigh Ann Kopans - I wanted this book for a few months and I saw that it was on Kindle Unlimited. See, I knew that my TBR list was going to grow because of it.
Off the Record by K.A. Linde - I saw this and its sequel on the Goodreads sidebar and it looked like it was up my alley. Secret romances is bound to be fun. I got this and the sequel from Kindle Unlimited.
On the Record by K.A. Linde - Sequel to Off the Record.
Adrian Lessons by L.A. Rose - This is an author requested book and it is so funny so far! I’m glad we were contacted about this one.
Let's Get Lost by Adi Alsaid - I've wanted this for a while. When it came out Book Riot ran a giveaway, as they do every weekend, and I happened to win. When this arrived at my doorstep yesterday I refrained from jumping in, but trust me, I wanted to.
Adrian Lessons by L.A. Rose - Normally, when we get an author provided title, Nikki and I will decide who's going to read it based on the synopsis. We have different tastes, so it makes sense. Anyway, I knew immediately I wanted to read this book, despite it being outside of my usual genre(s). While it may not be my words behind our review, I am so excited for the opportunity to read it.
If I Stay by Gayle Forman - I've waited, and waited, and waited to pick up this up. A few months ago I read Just One Day by Gayle Forman, and while I did end up loving the book as a whole, I remember not being one-hundred percent invested until the end. That's what stopped me from reading If I Stay before now. Hopefully this book will wow and surprise.
Anything new on your shelves this week?
Until next time,