Okay, Okay. You've got me. I only read Halo, because I fell undesirably in love with the cover. It's just really beautiful. And her wings? No words! A...moreOkay, Okay. You've got me. I only read Halo, because I fell undesirably in love with the cover. It's just really beautiful. And her wings? No words! At least, the book wasn't a miss though. I really enjoyed reading it. Cute angelic love!
In Halo, there's Bethany. She's an angel and so are her sister Ivy and brother Gabriel. They've been sent on Earth on a mission. However, there's some disturbance along the way. Bethany falls in love. Something that's prohibited as she falls in love with a human.
As you can tell, Halo mainly revolves around the romance element. It focuses on Bethany and the guy she likes (nope I'm not telling you the name, no spoilers people!) or more specifically loves. It's quite cute I must admit. Especially reading about how their 'relationship' develops and the many challenges they nee to face.
But that's not the thing that really grabbed me. It's another side romance that was introduced in Halo that I was more interested in. Gabriel's admirer. Gabriel's is a very serious and religious sort of guy. He's not into the romance thing at all. With the whole angel thing and all. So it's really cute seeing someone pine over him, trying to impress him and get his attention. Just whatever she can do.
Halo really has me pining for the next book. I hope Hades is just as good. I'm eager to see how everything goes with Bethany but mostly Gabriel. Cannot wait! (less)
Fins are Forever was everything I expected. It was just as cute and fun as Forgive My Fins. I fnished it all every so quickly and enjoyed reading it j...moreFins are Forever was everything I expected. It was just as cute and fun as Forgive My Fins. I fnished it all every so quickly and enjoyed reading it just as much.
We're back with Lily and Quince too! They're just so adorable, I cannot get enough of their scenes. I especially loved seeing Quince get jealous from time to time. Dude. He is just SO CUTE. I loved seeing how their relationship progressed and all the struggles they had to get past.
There was a much bigger plot to Fins are Forever in comparision to Forgive My Fins. That was one of the reasons which really kept the story going. It also had me going to. I was so unsure of how everything would turn out. Lily sure had a lot if desicion making to do. A tough one as well.
And when she did... I really had not seen that coming. Tera sure lifted us off our feets. It was really surprising. But what I was not surprised was the thrird wheel that came along. Tellin. He's this new character which I'm pretty sure you guys would not like!
Yep. You got it. He brings the trouble too. Oh well, I'm on toes and eager to see what Tera has in store for us, in the next book!(less)
You know that gut wrenching feeling you get when there's such an amazing meal right in front of you, that looks so delicious, so appealing and smells...moreYou know that gut wrenching feeling you get when there's such an amazing meal right in front of you, that looks so delicious, so appealing and smells so uplifting that you can't possibly wait to get into it? All you want to do is pick each bite as slowly as possible savouring the taste and simply willing it to last forever though at the very same time you can not wait to finish it entirely so that you can sit there in complete satisfaction and let your thoughts revolve around just how GOOD really it was.
Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Read FATED! 1. It's by Sarah Alderson Guys! Come on! I was instantly WOWed by her debut novel Hunting Lila not only that but Fated definitely went on my hit list too. You have just gotta love her writing. It's so believable and amazing.
2. LUUUUCCCCAAAASSSS :D The main hottie! Ahhhhh he's so hot. Seriously, I love reading about him. He's one of the main reasons I carried on reading. Evie is a lucky girl! Though, I'm more head over heels on Alex from Hunting Lila. So that shows you should so so read Hunting Lila too. OK!
3. A hot hot hot romance. Lucas and Evie! You can see the chemistry. It is going and going. Evie is one lucky girl and a hell of a protagonist too. Ohh, Can't miss a good romance can you now?
4. Shapeshifters. Demons. Vampires. Do I need to say any more? Talk about a whole lot of paranormalcy! And when there's paranormals there's always some kick ass. You got it! Action that reaches you to the very core. So exhilarating and especially when there's some Lucas involved. *sigh*
5. The whole 'I love you but I have to kill you' idea! This never gets old does it! Like come on, just sitting there and reading and seeing how everything would progress. Do they kill each other? What happens! The uncertainty kills you. I was most definitely on my toes with Fated you never knew what was going to happen.(less)
I struggled writing Saving June as a proper review. After hours of thought, I decided to take a different approach. And here I am, my thoughts as a le...moreI struggled writing Saving June as a proper review. After hours of thought, I decided to take a different approach. And here I am, my thoughts as a letter. As this the best way I can completely express my feelings devotion.
Dear Hannah Harrington,
I have not the faintest idea where to begin but first, to express my need to say OH MY FRICKIN DAYS, you are amazing! Saving June is simply amazing. It's heartfelt, bewildering, outstanding and I am completely and undeniably in love with it.
Oh, the characters! I love how Harper's issues made her a stronger person. How she knew she could rely on her best friend Laney to do anything and go anywhere for her. But mostly, I'm thankful for Jake.
The events are simple yet extraordinary. With settings as beautiful as the elegance of writing.
Saving June is just... Uplifting. Imaginative. A M A Z I N G.
Thank you for blessing readers with this book. I cannot possibly thank you enough.
Somebody should kick me! Why have I waited so long to read a book by Jennifer Echols? No, Wait. It's not even that. I did read Forget you (which I lov...moreSomebody should kick me! Why have I waited so long to read a book by Jennifer Echols? No, Wait. It's not even that. I did read Forget you (which I loved just so know you). So the real question is, why after loving a book so so much by Jennifer Echols did I not grab another one of her books straight away?
Okay I'll spare you the answer but at least now you know you should if you haven't already, start reading something if anything by this amazing women.
We meet Gemma and when there's Gemma there's Addison. Her 'best friend' and so we are told. She's the very reason of the huge complication in this book. God. She's SO ANNOYING and ruins everything. And then comes Max and Conor. Ahhhhh Max! Anyways, things start to get really interesting.
You know what else is interesting... oh and pretty cool? It's this entire majorette idea that's brought in too. It's just this awesome dance that involves twirling around batons. Echols description of the routines never fails to please me!
Oh and she sure knows how to suffice my romance crave. Especially hot kissing ;) Now to just fulfill my Jennifer Echols crave...(less)