As most of you may have noticed by now, I have not blogged Since January of this year 2015. I have been very busy and quite frankly uninterested in something I once loved. Some of this is due to demand and rudeness and sometimes it was similarly due to time restraints. I don't think I will ever be as faithful to it as I once one. I due hope to post a few things from time to time, but if you are looking for the once ever faithful blogger....your in the wrong place.
I still very much love books and love my fans I just can't do it as I once could. I hope you understand and will stay tuned for what could come!
Saturday, January 3, 2015
Unrequited love is hard enough when you’re a normal teenage girl, but for Lily Sanderson, there’s no such thing as a simple crush.
Lily has a secret, and it’s not her huge crush on gorgeous swimming god Brody Bennett, who makes her heart beat flipper-fast. Lily’s mermaid identity is a secret that can’t get out, since she’s not just any mermaid—she’s a Thalassinian princess. When she discovered three years ago that her mother was actually a human, Lily finally realized why she didn’t feel quite at home in Thalassinia, and she’s been going to Seaview High ever since. Living on land has its problems—like her obnoxious biker-boy neighbor, Quince Fletcher—but it has that one major perk: Brody. The problem is, mermaids aren’t really the casual dating type—when they bond, it’s for life.
When Lily’s attempt to win Brody’s love leads to a tsunami-sized case of mistaken identity, she finds out, quick as a tailfin flick, that happily ever after never sails quite as smoothly as you planned.
I just love this series. It was just magical and beautiful. Lily is a mermaid and her father is the mer-king. Kinda having a love for the Little Mermaid it just brings me joy to read anything with similarities. Her one true love is the boy she never considered. She is really mad for Brody due to his love of water and water-sports. But she doesn't realize is that he will never love her. She tries to get him alone to kiss him which will turn him into a mermaid and it also makes him her mate.
The annoying neighbor boy gets in the way he ends up turning into a mermaid. Lily is so mad, but she gets her dad to agree to a seperation and so she must not only pass the test she must find someone new to love.
But does breaking the bond mean losing the real true love forever?
Here are Peyton and Jace, meeting on vacation. Click! It’s awesome, it’s easy, it’s romantic. This is the real deal.
Unless it isn’t. Because when you’re in love, you don’t just stop calling one day. And you don’t keep secrets. Or lie. And when your life starts falling apart, you’re supposed to have the other person to lean on.
Here are Peyton and Jace again, broken up but thrown together on a road trip. One of them is lying about the destination. One of them is pretending not to be leaving something behind. And neither of them is prepared for what’s coming on the road ahead…
This is one of those books that I wasn't particularly happy with. I just wanted to give it the chance it deserved because the author has written some really fun thing, I just hated this book .The characters seemed spoiled and self righteous and most of the time I found I was forcing myself to stay in the book. Just not something I would buy ir read ever again. Great thing I borrowed it from a friend.
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
Brace yourself for the battle of the exes. . . . Hayden and Nick used to be a hot item, but their brief affair ended with a highly publicized breakup. Now the two are "just friends" excluding the occasional flirtation. When Hayden wins the girls' division of a local snowboarding competition, Nick is unimpressed, claiming that Hayden wouldn't have a chance against a guy. Hayden calls Nick's bluff and challenges him to a head-to-head boarding contest. Their mutual friends quickly take sides, the girls on Hayden's and the boys on Nick's, making for an all-out battle of the sexes. This friendly competition is bound to get heated - and they might end up igniting some old flames.
This girl is in love and so blinded to anything but anger. With just reasons but at some point you have to let it go and find each other again. He had made a bet to date her, won the bet, and broke her heart. Now even I know it would take some time to get over, but to be downright rude to most everyone and angry all the time...no go!
Hayden get over it and move on. You would be happier fast and be the best you can be at your game.
One thing that will help this match is her BFF is dating Nick's BFF. Therefore they are forced together at times. I'm not going to say this reunion was easy but it was fun to read.
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Clara’s relationship with Christian is intense from the start, and like nothing she’s ever experienced before. But what starts as devotion quickly becomes obsession, and it’s almost too late before Clara realizes how far gone Christian is—and what he’s willing to do to make her stay.
Now Clara has left the city—and Christian—behind. No one back home has any idea where she is, but she still struggles to shake off her fear. She knows Christian won’t let her go that easily, and that no matter how far she runs, it may not be far enough....
Clara's life is so fun and easy going, then mister dream boat, Christian shows up. Life become fearful and intense and his jealousy and anger threatens to destroy her.
Her father does what he can and takes her far from home and gives the lovebirds the space that headcase Christian doesn't like but really needs.
Clara believes life is finally getting great, she meat a new guy....got a job and even has made friends. But the haunting calls come and her thoughts reveal her past with Christian. And it's dreadful.
Will he find her? Or is she completely safe from him? You'll have to read it yourself to find out...lol.
There isn’t much worth living for in Gypsum, Missouri—or Trashtown, as the rich kids call the run-down neighborhood where sixteen-year-old Hailey Tarbell lives. Hailey figures she’ll never belong—not with the popular kids at school, not with the rejects, not even with her cruel, sickly grandmother, who deals drugs out of their basement. Hailey never knew her dead mother, and she has no idea who her father was, but at least she has her four-year-old foster brother, Chub. Once she turns eighteen, Hailey plans to take Chub far from Gypsum and start a new life where no one can find them.
But when a classmate is injured in gym class, Hailey discovers a gift for healing that she never knew she possessed—and that she cannot ignore. Not only can she heal, she can bring the dying back to life. Confused by her powers, Hailey searches for answers but finds only more questions, until a mysterious visitor shows up at Gram’s house, claiming to be Hailey’s aunt Prairie.
There are people who will stop at nothing to keep Hailey in Trashtown, living out a legacy of despair and suffering. But when Prairie saves both Hailey and Chub from armed attackers who invade Gram’s house in the middle of the night, Hailey must decide where to place her trust. Will Prairie’s past, and the long-buried secret that caused her to leave Gypsum years earlier, ruin them all? Because as Hailey will soon find out, their power to heal is just the beginning.
Hailey has to live her life in fear and neglect and let me tell you her granmother needs a butt kicking. She has no buisness taking care of her and letting strangers into their home. She also deals drugs and drinks to much, that alone should send CPS to her house often. But no, and hailey has to learn to deal.
Until the day she heals a classmate. She shouldn't have done it, but what can I say if I saw a girl dying I would try to save her too. But then Hailey's would turns topsy turvy. She finds a ticket for Dublin and some money. Then her aunt shows up from out of no where and takes Hailey on the run. Will this be all?
I didn't care enough about this book to read the second, there may be a time I regret that but right now...I stand by my choice.