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WWW Wednesday: December 26th


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To play along, just answer the following three (3) questions:

• What are you currently reading?

• What did you recently finish reading?

• What do you think you’ll read next?

363499Right Now: Stephanie Laurens’ Devil’s Bride

Synopsis: When Devil, the most infamous member of the Cynster family, is caught in a compromising position with plucky governess Honoria Wetherby, he astonishes the entire ton by offering his hand in marriage. No one had dreamed this scandalous rake would so tamely take a bride. As society’s mamas swooned at the loss of England’s most eligible bachelor, Devil’s infamous Cynster cousins began to place wagers on the wedding date.

But Honoria wasn’t about to bend to society’s demands and marry a man just because they’d been found together unchaperoned. No. She craved adventure. Solving the murder of a young Cynster cousin fit the bill for a while, but once the crime was solved, Honoria was set on seeing the world. But the scalding heat of her unsated desire for Devil soon had Honoria craving a very different sort of excitement. Could her passion for Devil cause her to embrace the enchanting peril of a lifelong adventure of the heart?

Notes: Lots of people I know rave about the Cynster series and I’ve read one (The Perfect Lover) a few years ago, but never got around to reading the first book in the series. I had some time between books and picked it up. I like my books with a bit of mystery and this has it, but my only complaint is that it is dragging a bit in places.

16282066Just Finished: Shelly Crane’s Significance

Synopsis: Maggie is a seventeen year old girl who’s had a bad year. She was smart and on track but then her mom left, her dad is depressed, she’s graduating, barely, and her boyfriend of almost three years dumped her for a college football schalorship. Lately she thinks life is all about hanging on by a thread and is gripping tight with everything she has. Then she meets Caleb. She saves his life and instantly knows there’s something about him that’s intriguing but she is supposed to be on her way to a date with his cousin. But things change when they touch, sparks ignite. Literally. They imprint with each other and she sees their future life together flash before her eyes. She learns that not only is she his soul mate, and can feel his heartbeat in her chest, but there is a whole other world of people with gifts and abilities that she never knew existed. She herself is experiencing supernatural changes unlike anything she’s ever felt before and she needs the touch of his skin to survive. Now, not only has her dad come out of his depression to be a father again, and a pain as well, but Caleb’s enemies know he’s imprinted and are after Maggie to stop them both from gaining their abilities and take her from him. Can Caleb save her or will they be forced to live without each other after just finding one another?

Notes: YA normally isn’t my go to preference as far as reading genres go, but the author wanted a review and then I heard she sold the rights for film. I was curious and picked it up. It was okay and hopefully a review will be posted by the end of the week.

15995128Up Next: Aaron Cooley’s Shaken, Not Stirred

Synopsis: Haven’t you ever wondered what inspired the creation of fiction’s greatest secret agent? Author Aaron Cooley takes the reader on a World War II thrill ride across two continents and six nations in pursuit of the answer to this question. A first-time British spy is on the trail of the Allies’ most important Double Agent, on a mission to determine his loyalty before he can hand over the means of creating history’s most devastating weapon to the Nazis. Before his mission is over, this young Briton will be inspired to create a fictional super-agent who will one day become one of literature’s most famous characters. An engaging, fantastical what-could-have-been, SHAKEN, NOT STIRRED is not to be missed by World War II buffs, literary devotees, and especially, fans of Her Majesty’s most famous spy.

Notes: I just won a copy of this book, but that’s not the reason why it is on my next to read list. I’ve been dying to try to an Ian Fleming Bond book and I think this would be a good start to get into the mindset and then actually start a Bond novel.

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