Tuesday, October 27, 2015

ARC REVIEW: Mine (Club Sin #7) by Stacey Kennedy

Title: Mine
Series: Club Sin #7
Author: Stacey Kennedy
Publisher: Loveswept
Published: October 27th 2015
Format: eARC | Pages: 170
Genres: Adult, Erotica, BDSM, Romance
Source: Publisher via NetGalley
★★★ (3/5) Stars

Stacey Kennedy | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads

Dmitri and Presley—the scorching-hot couple who started it all in the USA Today bestseller Claimed—return to save Club Sin in the exhilarating new short novel from Stacey Kennedy. 

Dmitri Pratt is living out his dream. Not only does he own the ultimate playground for the BDSM lifestyle, he’s found a special connection with his deliciously sexy sub, Presley Flynn, the woman who complements him in ways that go far beyond the bedroom. But when an anonymous blackmailer threatens to expose the elite, high-profile members of Club Sin in a notorious tabloid, Dmitri’s perfect world spirals out of control.

Before she met Dmitri, Presley never imagined she would find a Master who could deliver on all her hottest fantasies. Dmitri’s love and his sensual artistry surprise her every day, until he suddenly turns distant and cold. For the first time, Presley wonders where Dmitri’s heart truly lies: with her, or with Club Sin. As the life they’ve built together begins to crumble, Presley can only trust that Dmitri has what it takes—to defend what’s his, and win back the woman he cannot live without.

Mine is intended for mature audiences.

I received a copy of this book, from the publisher, in exchange for an honest review. In no way did this sway either my review or my rating!

Boy is this a tough one. I have been in love with this series ever since I read Claimed back in 2013. I've fallen in love with all of the Club Sin Masters and their subs, their stories, their struggles, just everything. They've not all been top of the list favorites for me, but I've had a love for each one all the same. So it's hard to come back to the beginning, back to Dmitri and Presley and not feel those same emotions one last time. In the end I basically got through the end of this one for one to see how things would end up for Club Sin itself and two because I was interested in meeting Micah who starts off a sort of spin-off type of series. So in those two instances I was satisfied.

Now in book one I absolutely adored Presley. She was just so cute and adorable and I wanted to put her in my pocket and take her everywhere with me. However we fast forward to Mine and oh my word I could not stand her! I'm sure there will be some that disagree with me but all throughout this book all I got from her was how selfish and whiny and ridiculous she was. I mean you see what it says in the first paragraph of that blurb right? Dmitri had all of that crap on his plate, all those club member's privacy and personal/public lives basically hanging over his head about to be exposed and all Presley could think is "Why isn't he here comforting me and talking it through with me?" "And wait! Also why hasn't he asked me to marry him yet? I mean we've never talked about marriage but he should just know!" Blah. Blah. Blah. Like I wanted to bang my head against a wall she was so annoying.

That's not to say Dmitri was Mr. Perfect. Even though up to a point I was mostly on his side, I did think that him shutting her out wasn't fair. I could see what he was trying to do and how he was trying to protect her, but he went about it wrong. But there was an incident at a certain point when he goes out of control that I lost all respect for him. I understand that what he did to Presley was supposed to represent his loss of control and all that jazz but I really felt that as far as it went was way out of character for him.

I truly felt like I was reading about two totally different characters and so it was really hard to want to keep going. I feel like just forgetting most of the Dmitri/Presley stuff and focus on seeing all my other favorite characters and enjoying how the club issue was resolved and that sweet, romantic, wonderful bit at the end between two characters I was so angry at through most of the book! Sigh. It really was a super sweet ending. Which is the only reason why I didn't do what I was tempted to do and go lower with my rating.

This book aside, I truly am going to miss the Club Sin gang, thankfully though I can just open my Kindle any time I want to revisit them. This has been a truly great series. It was my first dip into the world of BDSM and it really opened up my comfort zone reading wise. I can't wait for Micah to be released and see what these new Doms are all about. From what I hear things are going to be even more heated with these guys! Yikes!!

Thanks to Loveswept for the opportunity to read and review this book!

Monday, October 26, 2015

ARC REVIEW: The Moonshadow's Daughter (Wolfe Creek #3) by Kaylie Newell

Title: The Moonshadow's Daughter
Series: Wolfe Creek #3
Author: Kaylie Newell
Publisher: Entangled Covet
Published: October 26th 2015
Format: eARC | Pages: 182
Genres: Adult, Paranormal Romance
Source: Publisher
★★★★✩ (4.5/5) Stars!

Kaylie Newell | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads

A paranormal category romance from Entangled's Covet imprint...

Some secrets can kill. Others bite...

To the citizens of Wolfe Creek, Aimee Styles is dead. What they don’t know is she’s alive...and a werewolf. After she was bitten two years ago, Aimee isolated herself away from the town, determined to keep them safe. But all it takes is an icy winter evening—and an incredibly virulent flu—to interrupt her self-imposed exile.

Nothing prepared doctor and single dad Jake Blackstock for the sight of Wolfe Creek's missing girl, or her delicate beauty. He's instantly and fiercely attracted to her, despite her secrets and the shadows in her near-black eyes. Jake's falling hard. He knows nothing about Aimee...or what she really is.

But something else lurks in Wolfe Creek's shadows. Something malevolent. Something that won't hesitate to rip apart their life and new love…

I received a copy of this book, from the publisher, in exchange for an honest review. In no way did this sway either my review or my rating!

Shifter/werewolf books are always hard for me to pick up. They either try to replace substance with a lot of sex or they're filled with insta-love and someone finding their "one true mate" where they instantly fall into feelings and emotions. And let's face it add more sex over substance. Having previously read the second book in this series though, and really enjoying it, I felt no hesitation picking up The Moonshadow's Daughter and jumping back into this series. Kaylie Newell actually knows how to write a really intriguing story that will keep you on the edge of your seat filled with tension and danger and a really good love story. I will never hesitate to pick up one of her books in the future, especially after finishing this one!

So I've read this series sort of out of order. I read book two back in June when it released and really loved it but I still haven't gone back and read  the first one. Something I plan on fixing just as soon as I finish typing this up! But Aimee's story was one that I really couldn't wait to dive into. I've been intrigued by her ever since learning of her "death" back in Hunter of Her Heart and then having her suddenly pop up in that one. I couldn't wait to really find out all the details of what her life had been like. Plus she seemed so isolated and alone and even though I didn't know her I really wanted her to find some peace and happiness.

This book was everything I was hoping it would be and so much more. I mean I fell head over heels in love with these characters and this story. The thing I've discovered that Kaylie Newell is absolutely brilliant at his making you feel everything. I really do mean everything. She can write fear and tension in a way that makes you feel as if you are living through it right along side of the characters. For most of the book you don't see this thing that she's building up towards but when she's describing the feeling of being watched the hairs on your arm and the back of your neck stand up right along side the character you're living it through. You get that creepy feeling as if you yourself are being watched. It was amazing! It's intense and I couldn't have put this book down if I wanted to. I devoured it as I held my breath and turned the pages as fast as I can.

I was so excited to see that Jake and his absolutely adorable son Daniel were set to bring Aimee into their lives for this book. I remember both of them from the previous book and their story was also one that I was intrigued by. Daniel is just the sweetest little thing and I wanted him to be real so I could snuggle him in my arms and carry him around with me. And I always lose my heart the fastest to the really devoted single dad type characters. They're like my kryptonite. I am quite smitten with this little group of characters. They're the types of characters that have you desperately wanting them to be real.

I am just completely in love with this book. It's got danger, heartbreak, intensity, passion, and a love story that will melt your heart. In a way I am so happy that I haven't read book one, Lone Wolfe Protector, yet because I'm not ready to be done with Wolfe Creek and it's people this evening. I want more! Though it's going to be hard to top this one I'm still very much looking forward to getting to know Koda and Maggie better. Love this book. Love this series!!

Huge thanks to Entangled Publishing for the opportunity to read and review this book!

Sunday, October 25, 2015

Weekly Haul #72

Stacking the shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga's Reviews. It's basically a way in which we get to show off the lovely new goodies we got over the past week/month however you decide to do it.

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The Truth About Him (Everything I Left Unsaid #2) by Molly O'Keefe
So I read the first book in this series a couple weeks ago and it was just...amazing. I loved it. LOVED. So when my friend Tonya from Lilybloombooks told me this one was on NetGalley you can bet your bum I sent in a request. Huge thanks to Bantam for the approval on this one. I've put a bit of a dent in it already and I can already tell this one is going to be just as much of a roller coaster ride as the first!!!

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Chance of a Lifetime (Anderson Brothers #3) by Marissa Clarke
I still need to go back and read the first book, it's sitting patiently waiting in my Kindle, but I read the second book in this series a few months back and I adored it and the brothers that the series is set around so I had to get my hands on this one! Thanks to Entangled for this one!

Illuminae (The Illuminae Files #1) by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff
So excited!!

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The Libby Garrett Intervention (Science Squad #2) by Kelly Oram
Libby!! I need more Libby in my life. This one is going to be SO MUCH FUN!!

So that's my fun little haul this week. I'm really, really, really looking forward to each one of these!

So what have you added to your shelves this week? :)

Friday, October 23, 2015

REVIEW: Lone Wolfe Protector (Wolfe Creek #1) by Kaylie Newell

Title: Lone Wolfe Protector
Series: Wolfe Creek #1
Author: Kaylie Newell
Publisher: Entangled Covet
Published: August 25th 2014
Format: eBook | Pages: 201
Genres: Adult, Paranormal Romance
Source: Amazon
★★★★✩ (4.5/5) Stars!

Kaylie Newell | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads

Maggie Sullivan is back in Wolfe Creek, determined to find out why her best friend vanished one fog-shrouded night a year ago. But it quickly becomes clear that if the folks in the secluded mountain town know what happened to her friend, they aren't talking...

Seasoned sheriff's deputy Koda Wolfe reluctantly agrees to help this beautiful woman, even as he tries to convince her to leave for her own good. Soon he's compelled to protect Maggie from herself, his family's ancient curse, and a killer who could strike again.The nights heat up in more ways than one as Maggie and Koda begin a fiery relationship. But as they delve deeper into the disappearance, the eerie woods come alive with secrets bound to tear them apart. 

And someone is watching their every move...

So I've kind of read this series out of order, started off with two and three then finished off with book one. But regardless of the order I read them in this series has quickly become a favorite of mine. It's so hard to find paranormal romances that aren't cheesy or repetitive or a number of other complaints I could put out there. The Wolfe Creek series, though, felt really fresh and unique, it was intense and had a dangerous edge. Filled with complex characters that are full of depth and that you wish were real. Plus an intriguing setting full of mystery and legend and magic. Each book is just as strong as the next one, pulls you in just as deeply and keeps you just as much on the edge of your seat as the others.

In a way I'm kind of glad that I wound up reading this book last. Mostly because Koda was the character I was really looking forward to the most. He seemed very intense and serious when I came across him in his brother, Zane's, book. I couldn't wait to peel back the layers and discover more about him and what makes him tick. He didn't disappoint at all. Besides, there's just something about a man in uniform.

I was surprised with how much I liked Maggie. I really couldn't get a very good read on her from the other books so I didn't go in with any feelings either way. She ended up being so much fun though. She wasn't anything like I expected her to be. She was very brave and bold and didn't allow her grief over her missing friend completely consume her. Sure she had closed herself off a bit, but she's a fighter and I loved how she never once gave up on her friend and was determined to find out the truth behind what happened to her. She was a very strong female character for everything she's gone through and I thought that was awesome.

I also really liked how the romance between Maggie and Koda progressed. How they started off wanting to strangle each other but ended with wanting to rip their clothes off instead. I love when characters start out with that kind of love/hate thing going on. Well it's more so a hate or strong dislike. They're always the most fun romances to follow. They ended up being my favorite couple from the series. They were intense and incredibly sweet and of course oh so steamy.

While I feel like the mystery and the "big bad danger" that was in this book was probably the easiest for me to figure out it didn't take away any of my enjoyment from the story. Even though I was pretty sure I knew what was going on during this book I was still just as on the edge of my seat as I was with the others. I've said it in my review for book three and I'll say it again here, Kaylie Newell is really good at making you feel everything. Everything. The danger, the intensity, the romance. I felt it all.

I loved this book and this entire series. It's been a lot of fun and so nice to be in an intriguing paranormal world that I can actually fall in love with. I look forward to reading more from Kaylie Newell in the future!

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

ARC REVIEW: Wait for Me (The Outback Bachelor Ball #3) by Sarah Mayberry

Title: Wait for Me
Series: The Outback Bachelor Ball #3
Author: Sarah Mayberry
Publisher: Sarah Mayberry
Published: October 20th 2015
Format: eARC | Pages: 162
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Source: Author (Joan Kilby)
★★★★ (4/5) Stars!

Sarah Mayberry | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads

Book Three in The Outback Bachelor Ball Series 

Sometimes it pays to wait for the things you want, even if it’s the hardest thing you ever do. 

Beth Walker hasn’t just been burned by her philandering country music star ex, she’s been barbecued to a crisp. Coming home to Australia and into the arms of her best friends is exactly the balm she needs. Cocktails and laughter at an Outback Bachelor and Spinster Ball seem like the perfect distraction. Until she bumps into the last person she wants seeing her heartsick and pathetic — Jonah Masters, rising country music star and witness to the failure of her marriage. If only she’d met Jonah first. Now she’s broken and won’t ask him to wait until she heals. 

Jonah can’t believe he and Beth are finally standing under the same stars. The connection they shared on the road years ago has haunted him but he wouldn’t pursue a married woman. Now she’s free, and Jonah can’t refuse the one night Beth impulsively offers. Can he convince the woman he’s always loved that he’ll wait — however long it takes — for her trust? 

Wait For Me is Book 3 in The Outback Bachelor Ball Series. Don't miss out on Book 1 - Win Me by Joan Kilby and Book 2 - Woo Me by Karina Bliss.

I received a copy of this book, from one of the authors in the series, in exchange for an honest review. In no way did this sway either my review or my rating!

I think after getting to know each one of the girls in this series, if only briefly at first, I feel like this one was the book I was the most nervous to read. It clearly states in the blurb that Beth is just coming out from being with a cheating, lying, no good guy and as you initially see Beth through the eyes of her best friends at first you get an idea that Beth is kind of nothing more than a shell of her former self. I had to wonder if I was really in the mood for a character like that. Did I want the ups and downs and the possible emotions that you take on with a character that's in a really messed up moment of their life. Turns out, I worried for nothing and I really enjoyed Beth's story.

I did get small doses of the Beth that I was expecting, the sad, withdrawn, wanting to hide away from the world and heartbroken kind of girl. But she was so much more than that and you get to see other sides to her. She's a lot braver than I expected her to be and she's funny and has a huge heart. Surprising seeing as how her ex did a major number on it. Plus I respected the fact that even though she knows she's feeling something for Jonah and that it's probably real, she's smart enough to know that it would be a disservice to both of them to just jump in head first and not sort herself out first and had the strength to walk away and learn to live her life again, knowing that he might not wait around forever and she could've been giving him up forever. 

There's not a lot of Jonah that you don't fall in love with. I mean there's spots where Beth questions him as to whether or not he's been manufactured in like a "perfect guy" store and I happen to agree with her because he is pretty perfect. What I love most about this guy though is how understanding he is and how patient he is. He never pushes her or puts pressure on her, especially since he knows she already has a lot to deal with from her ex. So even though he's got all these feelings swarming around inside of himself from the torch he's been carrying for her for years, he keeps quiet and allows Beth to dictate how they progress on her own time.

Holy mother of all that is holy, I think that Wait for Me was the steamiest of the three. Well, to me that is. There was so much passion and feelings and intimacy between Jonah and Beth that it was almost a tangible thing. There were times I very nearly had to go take a cold shower it was so juicy! I was torn so often between thinking "good for you Beth!" because she was taking the time to find herself before jumping into something new so soon and wanting her to just say screw it all and run off into the sunset with Jonah.

So for the book I was looking forward to the least, this one was probably my favorite of the three. I had a lot of fun reading Jonah and Beth's story and I wasn't ready to say goodbye when it was done.

Huge thanks to Joan Kilby for eARCs of this entire series and the opportunity to read and review this book!

ARC REVIEW: Woo Me (The Outback Bachelor Ball #2) by Karina Bliss

Title: Woo Me
Series: The Outback Bachelor Ball #2
Author: Karina Bliss
Publisher: Karina Bliss
Published: October 20th 2015
Format: eARC | Pages: 100
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Source: Author (Joan Kilby)
★★★★ (4/5) Stars!

Karina Bliss | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads

Can true love overcome a bad hide day and a series of unfortunate events?

Disillusioned in love, Jen Tremaine is done with men. So when her best friends dare her to wear a cow costume to their reunion at an Outback Bachelor and Spinster Ball, she's all over it. Who would have thought dressing as a heifer would make her irresistible to a bunch of lasso-twirling, drunken cowboys? 

Maybe you should have thought this through, says the sexy security guard who keeps finding her at the center of trouble. Even though Jen's always dismissed soul mates as a load of bull, the sizzle between them is making her wonder: What if you met The One while wandering lonely as a cow? Would you find the courage to become a believer?

When ex-Special Forces soldier Logan Turner is roped into helping out with security at the B&S ball, he isn't expecting to find love - but after months in all-male company he sure is hoping for lust. He certainly isn't expecting to fall for a feisty, funny, trouble-making Cowderella. Only problem is, she's leaving Australia tomorrow. Convincing Jen they can still have a future together may wind up being the toughest mission of his life. 

Woo Me is Book 2 in The Outback Bachelor Ball Series. Don't miss out on Book 1 - Win Me by Joan Kilby and Book 3 – Wait For Me by Sarah Mayberry. 

I received a copy of this book, from one of the series authors, in exchange for an honest review. In no way did this sway either my review or my rating.

So let me just start this off by saying that as a general rule or whatever you want to look at it as, insta-love absolutely drives me crazy. Now there are the rare exceptions here and there where I truly love the storyline so I grudgingly let it slide because the rest of the book was just too good to toss aside because of that one thing. I'm still a little miffed but whatever. Then there are the books that are even more rare than that. The ones that I don't even flinch or roll an eye at. The ones where a couple falls right into love and I find myself sitting here saying "Yes! Yes! And get married and make hundreds of babies and all the things!!" Woo Me fell into the 3rd category here. Color me surprised.

It's all about the characters, truly. I instantly fell in love with Jen. I instantly fell in love with Logan. So why in the hell should they not instantly fall in love with each other? Oh dear, now I'm defending it. See how much  I adored these two?

When I briefly met Jen in book one I really didn't think I was going to end up liking her. I was worried she was going to come off snobbish and materialistic because she really seems like the type when you first meet her. It's like a gut reaction. But it didn't take but a moment to dismiss that snap judgement and just really love her. Beginning to end, well nearly, this girl is like a walking disaster. If something could possibly go wrong with her it will happen. I mean, a lot of those moments are pretty freaking funny even though you still feel horrible for her. She makes it extremely easy to sympathize with her and pray that things will turn around for her.

Logan is just a huge ball of sweet, wonderful sexiness. He also happens to be there for nearly every bad thing that goes wrong with Jen's night and never quite catches her in a good moment. And  yet he's like the knight in shinning armor type of guy. He doesn't even hesitate, he's just there and pulls her out of a few jams and doesn't feel the need to run for the hills thinking "whoa this girl is a mess" instead it intrigues him and I think that made me love him even more. The first time he sees the real her she's covered in sweat and practically dehydrated, not exactly at her most glamorous self and he doesn't care. He sees something in her and it's not about the pretty package that she normally is. I love that. 

They had this incredible connection that left me a swooning puddle of goo. I mean it was so strong I felt it and like from the first moment you see the sparks and feel the tingles between them I was ready to say "Okay. Happily ever after. The end. Now. Before someone messes up!"


Sometimes you just have to let go of all your ideas of how love should be and just believe in the magic and every once in a while a book or a set of characters will come along and let you feel that magic and think sure that could happen. This is one of my books. It was sweet and funny and full of feels. Loved it! (See what a mush it turned me into?)

Huge thanks to Joan Kilby for the ARCs for this entire series and the opportunity to read and review this book!

ARC REVIEW: Win Me (The Outback Bachelor Ball #1) by Joan Kilby

Title: Win Me
Series: The Outback Bachelor Ball #1
Author: Joan Kilby
Publisher: Joan Kilby
Published: October 20th 2015
Format: eARC | Pages: 143
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Source: Author
★★★ (3/5) Stars!

Joan Kilby | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads

She’ll do anything to get him to see her as a woman...

Feisty, fearless Ellie McFarlane has tried forever to get cattle station manager, Rick Drummond, to notice she’s not another cowhand. So when her gal pals talk her into glamming up for an Outback Bachelor and Spinster ball she’s eager to prove she’s all woman, all the time, and leave her boneheaded cowboy eating dust.

Sexy wrangler Rick is crazy about Ellie just as she is but her father – his boss – told him long ago that his daughter was off limits. Even though she’s all grown up now, Rick still feels it’s his job is to protect her, not seduce her. Plus, he’s finally got an opportunity to buy back his family farm, which means moving far away.

Ellie’s transformation from Cinder-Ellie to belle of the ball has Rick’s jaw dropping – and all the other cowboys falling at her feet. Ellie tries to revel in her new-found sex-pot status but without Rick it’s a hollow victory. Has Rick left it too late to claim the only woman he’ll ever truly love....

I received a copy of this book, from the author, in exchange for an honest review. In no way did this sway either my review or my rating.

Joan Kilby was nice enough to send me eARCs of all 3 books in this series. The blurb sounded interesting and fun for Win Me and the only other book I read by her, while I didn't love it, I liked it well enough to be curious about trying another one of her other books and felt like this was the perfect opportunity to give that a go. I find myself in the same position that I was with the previous book. I didn't love it, but I most definitely didn't hate it. It was fun and kinda quirky but I had a really hard time connecting with the characters.

The concept behind the Outback Bachelor and Spinster Ball, which is a real thing by the way I looked it up, was so interesting and cool. I liked the idea behind why it started way back when, how it was an event for people who lived out in the country to get together and meet potential partners. You camp out, there's alcohol, live bands, dancing. Sounds like a lot of fun for young people and it was a fun setting full of possibilities for romantic antics.

Like I said in the beginning, I had a hard time connecting with the characters. Actually individually both Ellie and Rick were good solid characters and I thought I was going to like them a lot more than I did. However, most of the time, when they were together, I just wasn't feeling either of them and they became less likable. Ellie became a bit childish in a way, in that I felt like she was purposely trying to make Rick jealous. Plus once she was all "glammed up" and in the slinky dress she was wearing to the ball and not just a tank top and cutoffs like normal, she got kind of conceited. She'd talk to Rick and it'd be like "I'm so hot tonight and I'm gonna take advantage." I didn't like the Ellie that was trying to appear more bold and confident. Because on the inside she really wasn't 100% feeling it. I liked the sweet, down to earth Ellie way better.

Rick wasn't that bad either and I definitely liked him more than I did Ellie throughout the book. I feel like the issue I had with him was the fact that he was just so bad with the whole communication thing. He would be thinking one thing but when he would talk to Ellie, what came out of his mouth was a whole other story and then I felt like he'd be confused as to why she's all bent out of shape over their conversation. Totally clueless. But with that aside I loved how much he cared about Ellie and her dad and how protective he was over her even at the expense of suppressing his own feelings. Or how passionate he was about the farm and the work he did. He had a lot of admirable qualities.

One thing I didn't waver on, believe it or not with everything I've said so far, was the fact that I really did want Ellie and Rick to work things out and end up together. When they were good and not misunderstanding or trying to show the other one up, they were just so sweet and playful and absolutely adorable. Oh and steamy like you wouldn't believe. I mean there was one brief scene towards the beginning of the book where there was no kissing involved or anything like that, it only involved the grabbing of a shirt and it was probably almost as hot, if not even more heated than when there was actual physical contact. Lots of yummy sexual tension that's for sure.

So, true, it wasn't perfect but I really did have fun reading the first book in this series. I liked both of Ellie's friends and I'm so curious as to find out what exactly happened when they both disappeared on the night of the ball. Interesting start to the series!

Thanks to Joan Kilby for the opportunity to read and review this book!

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Top Ten Tuesday #64

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish!

This week's topic is...

Ten Wishes I'd Ask The Book Genie To Grant Me

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A Time-Turner, A TARDIS, some sort of time manipulation device so that I had enough time to read everything I want whenever I want!

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To be able to step through a door and visit any book world I want.

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Always have the money to buy any book I want.

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My own personal library in my house.

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To be able to look into my favorite characters futures and see how their lives turn out.

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To know if I'm going to love a book or not before I read it so I don't waste valuable reading time.

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That my favorite books or series would go on and on and on...

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To be able to remember every single detail of what I've read no matter how much time has passed.

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The time between books from your favorite author didn't drag on forever!

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That every time I picked up a favorite book that I loved it would feel as if I were reading it again for the very first time.