31. sij 2013.

My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick

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Book summary:

A gorgeous debut about family, friendship, first romance, and how to be true to one person you love without betraying another.

“One thing my mother never knew, and would disapprove of most of all, was that I watched the Garretts. All the time.”

The Garretts are everything the Reeds are not. Loud, numerous, messy, affectionate. And every day from her balcony perch, seventeen-year-old Samantha Reed wishes she was one of them . . . until one summer evening, Jase Garrett climbs her terrace and changes everything. As the two fall fiercely in love, Jase's family makes Samantha one of their own. Then in an instant, the bottom drops out of her world and she is suddenly faced with an impossible decision. Which perfect family will save her? Or is it time she saved herself?

A dreamy summer read, full of characters who stay with you long after the story is over.

      I've learned few things about myself and reading during the last year. One of them is - if Glass says to me to read the book I read it. End of story. She knows exactly what type of book I love and enjoy. Well maybe it takes some time for me to read the book (sorry honey) but I always read it. My Life Next Door is not an exception.

     If you enjoy sweet summer reads with a little bit of heartbreaking then My Life Next Door should be on your shelf. It's a story about Samantha and her life. Her mother is a successful woman and sometimes it seems that she's forgotten when it's time to stop caring about her carrier and start thinking about her daughters. At the house next door we have Garrett family. It's different type of family where everyone are together. Even though their house is full of kids they are still family. Samantha secretly watches them from her house and one day Jase sits next to her. At first she is afraid but soon she discovers that Jase is easy to talk with. They become friends and then they must break barriers Samantha's mother set.

     Like it says in a blurb - a gorgeous debut novel about family, friendship, first romance... it pretty much sums it. Like Glass said in her review it was hard to believe that this was a debut novel and I can't wait to read the next Huntley's book.

Rating: 5 stars.

Until the next time,

30. sij 2013.

Blog Tour - Kiss of the Betrayer by Boone Brux

Hi. Today I have a blog tour for you. Unfortunately I didn't have time to read and review the book but no worries. I have a little teaser for you.

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Book summary: 

For fifteen years Luc Le Daun has blamed himself for the death of the woman he loved. His secret guilt has led him into a life of danger, risking all and committing to none.

Killing Luc Le Daun has been all Jade Kendell has thought about for years. But when her plan goes awry and she’s brought into the Bringers’ fold, her own dark secret threatens to be revealed. Desire for a better life wars with a promise made long before she understood the ramifications.

In a deadly mission, Jade and Luc embark on a journey into the Shadow World. As they attempt the impossible, ignoring the attraction growing between them becomes harder to deny. The slightest misstep could mean the loss of their souls and give the Demon King exactly what he needs to open the Abyss of Souls and annihilate the Bringers.

Little Teaser

Jade: 5'3", petite
Long silver blond hair and green eyes
Scared to death of heights and pain
She's loyal, stubborn, clever and a bit mouthy

Luc: 6'2" muscular
Long blond hair until he cuts it off
Blue eyes
He likes women, drinking, and fun
He's loyal, protective, charismatic and funny.
He's tormented by his past

Dunno for you, but I'm curious!

About the author

As a multi-published and an award winning author, Boone's writing drips with experiences from real life. Addicted to anything that might make a good story, she weaves tales that range from dark fantasy to humorous romance. Settled in the icy regions of Alaska with the love of her life and twin daughters, it's not uncommon to find her tapping away on her iPad on a windy beach or the barren tundra. Be warned, anyone and every event is fodder for one of Boone's novels.


Until the next time, 

Waiting on Wednesday (#29)

As it's Wednesday it's time for another Waiting on Wednesday. It's a meme created by Breaking the Spine where every week we pick the book we cannot wait to read. So here is what we've picked this week.

Glass' pick

Thanks to its unique combination of human and vampire residents, Morganville, Texas, is a small college town with big-time problems. When student Claire Danvers gets the chance to experience life on the outside, she takes it. But Morganville isn’t the only town with vampire trouble...

Claire never thought she’d leave Morganville, but when she gets accepted into the graduate program at MIT, she can’t pass up the opportunity. Saying good-bye to her friends is bittersweet, especially since things are still raw and unsettled between Claire and her boyfriend, Shane.

Her new life at MIT is scary and exciting, but Morganville is never really far from Claire’s mind. Enrolled in a special advanced study program with Professor Irene Anderson, a former Morganville native, Claire is able to work on her machine, which is designed to cancel the mental abilities of vampires.

But when she begins testing her machine on live subjects, things quickly spiral out of control, and Claire starts to wonder whether leaving Morganville was the last mistake she’ll ever make..

Expected publication: May 7th, 2013

Tanja's pick

Allison Sekemoto has vowed to rescue her creator, Kanin, who is being held hostage and tortured by the psychotic vampire Sarren. The call of blood leads her back to the beginning—New Covington and the Fringe, and a vampire prince who wants her dead yet may become her wary ally.

Even as Allie faces shocking revelations and heartbreak like she’s never known, a new strain of the Red Lung virus that decimated humanity is rising to threaten human and vampire alike.

Expected publication: April 23rd, 2013

What are you waiting for this Wednesday? Link your posts in comments so we can check them out.

Until the next time,

29. sij 2013.

Tanja's Top Ten Tuesday - Top Ten Most Frustrating Characters Ever

Hey. It's another Tuesday and that means Top Ten Tuesday. As you already know it's a meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. The task for this week is - Top Ten Most Frustrating Characters Ever. So let's start.

1. Elena from The Vampire Diaries. She is the queen in this category and the main reason why I never got further the book three.

2. Evie from The Premonition series. Ugh...we just couldn't find the same language.

3. Cassie form Drake Academy. I guess too childish for my taste.

4. Maybe some will be surprised by this but Seth form Covenant series. Yes the same Seth some of my friends worship. I want to punch him most of the time. Still this series is one of my faves but this guy agrrr. On the bright side I love Aiden more because of him.

5. Luce from Fallen series. Yes I gave this series high rating but this girl was frustrating. I could enjoy the story while Daniel or Cam were around but in the third book I rolled my eyes most of the time.

6. Isobel from Nevermore series. As much as I love Varen this girl is pissing me off. The little annoying things. She is the main reason why I never liked Enshadowed.

7. Cami from The Wild Ones. One word (actually three, but hey why use the full forms?) ohmigod! *screams* You have no idea how this little word can make me scream - out loud!

8. Emma and Dexter from One Day. Well frustrating is not the right word - I'd use boring. But when something is boring I get frustrated so there is that.

9. Their-names-should-not-be-named from Fifty Shades series. Don't get me started here! Just don't..trust me. But I blame me! It's not my genre and what the hell was I trying to accomplish with this?  No idea.

10. Bella from Twilight. I'm putting her last, on margins actually. Mostly because I've read Twilight when I was too young and at the time she was okay I guess. But in the movies which I've seen later...oh goodness!

So what's your TTT for this week? Link it up in comments.

Until the next time,

28. sij 2013.

(Cover Reveal) Unbeautifully Loved by Emma Grayson

Coming in April

Book summary

"On the run from her dark and painful past, Lexie Todd is finally forced by her best friend Mollie into settling into a new place for the first time in months. Having been hurt in more ways than one in the past, the last thing Lexie is expecting or wanting is to meet someone as persistent and annoying but incredibly gorgeous as Lukas Gunn.

When an incident leaves Lexie banged up and rattled, Lukas knows there’s more to her than meets the eye as something is haunting her to the core making him nothing but determined to make her his and protect her from whatever it is that casts the dark painful shadow behind her eyes.

But when her past shows up and pulls Lexie back into the nightmare she already once escaped while leaving her closest loved ones in danger it’s up to Lukas to save her from her darkest nightmare relived.

Will Lukas be able to save Lexie? Or will Lexie succumb only having known what it’s like to be Unbeautifully Loved?"

Until next time,

26. sij 2013.

Hooked by Liz Fichera

Release date: January 29th, 2013.

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Book summary:

"When Native American Fredricka ‘Fred’ Oday is invited to become the only girl on the school’s golf team, she can’t say no. This is an opportunity to shine, win a scholarship and go to university, something no one in her family has done. 
But Fred’s presence on the team isn’t exactly welcome — especially not to rich golden boy Ryan Berenger, whose best friend was kicked off the team to make a spot for Fred.
But there’s no denying that things are happening between the girl with the killer swing and the boy with the killer smile..."

Nice cover. Romance on sport's field. 

      Ever since I read Catching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally I got over my judgemental self doubting in wisdom of those who write about girls doing any type of sport. But considering that I'm a big sucker for anything that could be labeled as girl power, I got hooked on those kick ass girls. That's probably why I expected that Hooked by Liz Fichera would be similar to Jordan. Well, other than girl in all boys team, there are no other things connecting this two books.
     First of all, Fred is Native American and big part of the story is about prejudices and discrimination. I have to admit that it was the weakest part of novel for me - that theme is kind of stereotypical by itself  and I couldn't help a feeling that real life Native Americans would laugh at some parts of story. I researched about author and, as far as I could tell, she is not a member, just a someone who admires to a different culture and tradition. I do not know lot about Native Americans so I will not even try to open deep discussions about this - this is just an observation. 
      Romance on sport's field. It's kind of expected development, don't you think? She is pretty girl in team, and, of course, there has to be alpha boy in the team an, of course, there's angsty love story.  Predictable, but still fun to read. (When I say angsty, I don't mean steamy - just to be clear.) Ryan annoyed me most of the time - that boy doesn't have mind of his own. There are bad boys getting in all sorts of trouble but they sill have their heart in the right place and there are bad boys wannabes. He turned out to be a good boy after all, but there's something missing. I don't know. Maybe Liz Fichera will make some things more clear in the next book.  We will see.

Until next time,

25. sij 2013.

Cover Reveal - Scion by Deb Hanrahan

Few months back I reviewed Vestige and now I'm dying to read its sequel. While I wait I'll show you the cover of it.

Coming September 2013

Book summary: 

Heaven is closed.
Hell is rising.
Father Thomas is still walking, but he’s supposed to be dead.
Clarke is gone, and Grimshaw is in charge.
Micah would rather turn his back on his legacy but needs to embrace it if he ever wants to see Clarke again.
Will Micah save Clarke and defeat Grimshaw? Will heaven defeat hell?
It is time for the final battle. Who will win the souls of mankind?

As you can see it doesn't match with the first cover of Vestige, but here is the new cover for Vestige too! 

I really can't wait to read Scion! 

Until the next time, 

24. sij 2013.

Forever Girl Character Tour

Welcome to the Forever Girl Character Tour. We’re celebrating The Forever Girl’s one year anniversary—that means it’s been one year since The Forever Girl was released! Copies are still available at the same low price of $2.99 for ebook and $10.95 for print. But fear not, this tour is not without some really cool prizes for you to win, whether you already own a copy of The Forever Girl or never plan to read it. Each stop on the tour will feature one of the main characters from the book, and you can easily enter to win some of their favorite things! For a full list of stops on this tour, visit the author’s blog.


Sophia Parsons is a 22 year old college graduate with little life experience and strong roots in her Wiccan religion. She’s not very quick to make friends or start relationships, mostly because of her history of rejection—from the people of her town, to her own mother who died at Sophia’s touch during an exorcism on Sophia’s 18th birthday.

Here’s the top five fast “fun facts” about Sophia.
  1. Favorite Color: Pink
  2. Favorite Drink: Tea
  3. What she’s afraid of: The Dark
  4. Likes: Reading, History, Organic Products
  5. Dislikes: Coffee, Meat (she’s vegetarian), Vampires

Today’s character giveaway features some of Sophia’s favorite items: A Vera Bradley Purse, Midnight Blue Organic Nail Polish, and Organic Blue Eye Shadow. 

If you want to snag Sophia’s favorite items for yourself (or as a gift for a friend or loved one!) simply enter the Rafflecopter giveaway below!

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Thanks for stopping by! Be sure to follow the lovely blog tour host on their blog, Twitter, and Facebook! If you also want to connect with Rebecca, she can be found on Twitter, Facebook, and her Blog as well.

Learn more about Rebecca’s books and where to purchase them HERE.

Book summary: 

"Whatever you do, fight."
Sophia's family has skeletons, but they aren't in their graves.

At twenty-two, practicing Wiccan Sophia Parsons is scratching out a living waiting tables in her Rocky Mountain hometown, a pariah after a string of unsolved murders with only one thing in common: her.
Sophia can imagine lots of ways to improve her life, but she'd settle for just getting rid of the buzzing noise in her head. When the spell she casts goes wrong, the static turns into voices. Her personal demons get company, and the newcomers are dangerous.

One of them is a man named Charles, who Sophia falls for despite her better judgment. He has connections that might help her unveil the mystery surrounding her ancestor's hanging, but she gets more than she bargains for when she finally decides to trust him. 

Survival in his world, she learns, means not asking questions and staying out of the immortal council's way. It's a line she crossed long ago. If Sophia wants to survive the council and save the people she loves, she must accept who she is, perform dark magic, and fight to the death for her freedom.

The Forever Girl is a full-length Paranormal Fantasy novel that will appeal to lovers of paranormal romance, urban fantasy, witches, vampire fiction, ghost stories, paranormal mystery, and paranormal horror.

Until the next time, 

23. sij 2013.

Waiting on Wednesday (#28)

Hi. As any other Wednesday it's time for Waiting on Wednesday. It's a meme created by Breaking the Spine. So here is what we have for you.

Glass' pick

Moving to a new high school sucks. Especially a rich-kid private school. With uniforms. But nothing is worse than finding out the first girl you meet is dead. And a klepto.

No one can see or hear Kimberlee except Jeff, so--in hopes of bringing an end to the snarkiest haunting in history--he agrees to help her complete her "unfinished business." But when the enmity between Kimberlee and Jeff's new crush, Sera, manages to continue posthumously, Jeff wonders if he's made the right choice.

Clash meets sass in this uproarious modern-day retelling of Baroness Orczy's The Scarlet Pimpernel

Expected publication: April 30, 2013

Tanja's pick

In the darkest places, even love is deadly.

Sixteen-year-old Juliet Moreau has built a life for herself in London—working as a maid, attending church on Sundays, and trying not to think about the scandal that ruined her life. After all, no one ever proved the rumors about her father's gruesome experiments. But when she learns he is alive and continuing his work on a remote tropical island, she is determined to find out if the accusations are true.

Accompanied by her father's handsome young assistant, Montgomery, and an enigmatic castaway, Edward—both of whom she is deeply drawn to—Juliet travels to the island, only to discover the depths of her father's madness: He has experimented on animals so that they resemble, speak, and behave as humans. And worse, one of the creatures has turned violent and is killing the island's inhabitants. Torn between horror and scientific curiosity, Juliet knows she must end her father's dangerous experiments and escape her jungle prison before it's too late. Yet as the island falls into chaos, she discovers the extent of her father's genius—and madness—in her own blood.

Inspired by H. G. Wells's classic The Island of Dr. Moreau, The Madman's Daughter is a dark and breathless Gothic thriller about the secrets we'll do anything to know and the truths we'll go to any lengths to protect

Expected publication: January 29th, 2013

We'd love to see your picks so feel free to link them up in comments.

Until the next time,

22. sij 2013.

Tanja's Top Ten Tuesday - Top Ten Books I Wish for My Birthday

Yes I'm cheating...again! Sorry but as today is my Birthday you can forgive me, right? :D So it's another Top Ten Tuesday and as you already know it's a  meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. So here is what I want.
I love the design of this Penguin classics set!!
I already passed ten books just with this set..but here are some I also wish to have. 

Okay no more book sets...


And I'd basically give my firstborn for this one
(I do not own this picture...I found it on google search)

Until the next time, 

21. sij 2013.

Cover Reveal: Blurred by Tara Fuller

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Book summary: 

Cash is haunted by things. Hungry, hollow things. They only leave him alone when Anaya, Heaven’s beautiful reaper, is around. Cash has always been good with girls, but Anaya isn’t like the others. She’s dead. And with his deteriorating health, Cash might soon be as well.

Anaya never breaks the rules, but the night of the fire she recognized part of Cash’s soul—and doomed him to something worse than death. Cash’s soul now resides in an expired body, making him a shadow walker—a rare, coveted being that can walk between worlds. A being creatures of the underworld would do anything to get their hands on.

The lines between life and death are blurring, and Anaya and Cash find themselves falling helplessly over the edge. Trapped in a world where the living don’t belong, can Cash make it out alive?

About the author 

Tara Fuller writes novels. Some about grim reapers​. Some about witches. All of course are delightfully full of teen angst and kissing. Tara grew up in a one stop light town in Oklahoma where once upon a time she stayed up with a flash light reading RL Stine novels and only dreamed of becoming a writer. She has a slight obsession with music and a shameless addiction for zombie fiction, Mystery Science Theater, and black and white mochas. Tara no longer lives in a one stop light town. Now she lives with her family in a slightly larger town in North  Carolina where they have at least three stoplights.



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Until the next time,

Flat-Out Love by Jessica Park

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Book summary:

"To college freshman Julie Seagle the emotionally scrambled members of the Watkins family of Boston add up to something that ... well ... doesn't quite add up. Only the funny, gorgeous, smart oldest brother Finn is emotionally available--but only online? Not until Julie forces a buried secret to the surface, eliciting a dramatic confrontation that threatens to tear the fragile Watkins family apart, does she get her answer."

Glass... thinks that everyone should read this book. 

      Yeah, I couldn't help myself. Those of you who read Flat-Out Love probably recognized where I found inspiration for this mini title - Facebook updates from the book. No, I don't have FB profile, but I admire witty status updates. If I'd  judge our heroine Julie by hers, I'd say she is one hell of gal. I believe that I could be diagnosed with something Julie explained like this:
"If you can't stop thinking about someone's update, that's called status cling."
      This book is special for me because of one more reason - this is my first audio book. I had five hour long trip ahead of me on Thursday, I can't read in the car or bus because I get sick, so at last minute I got this brilliant  idea - I should find a book to listen instead of music. Told you - brilliant. It was weird in the beginning, I needed some time to get used to it, but I liked it. When the story pulls you in, you don't even notice the difference anymore.

      Speaking about the storyline, it is the most original part of the novel. This is not one of those mass production new adult novels with main focus on steamy, angsty love story with dumb conversations that could be summarized like this:
Him: "I can't be with you because I have deep dark secret. Sleeping with different girl every night is my way  to show how sensitive I am."
She: "Oh, yes please. Ravish me with those dirty mouth of yours and look me with your deep steal eyes. Fact that you're total douche doesn't matter at all."

Nope, you will not find that here. There is a romance, don't be fooled, but major part is about family and finding yourself. Everyone in this book tries to find their place and acceptance. Messed up family with crazy schedule, thirteen year old girl with big brother issues, the smart kid, absent parents and stranger who feels need to fix everything. And don't let me start with dialogues - my favorite part. Smart and funny.

      Only thing I didn't like that much was the "big secret" - it was little bit over the top with certain details and not so believable, but I can get over it. It's just one tiny bit, really.

      So, my dear friends, go and find your copy of this book... or mp3!:) I can bet you will like it a lot!

Until next time,

19. sij 2013.

Stolen: A Letter to My Captor by Lucy Christopher

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Book summary:
"Gemma, 16, is on layover at Bangkok Airport, en route with her parents to a vacation in Vietnam. She steps away for just a second, to get a cup of coffee. Ty - rugged, tan, too old, oddly familiar - pays for Gemma's drink. And drugs it. They talk. Their hands touch. And before Gemma knows what's happening, Ty takes her. Steals her away. The unknowing object of a long obsession, Gemma has been kidnapped by her stalker and brought to the desolate Australian Outback."

Glass: So, Tanja! We finally did it. I think Zemira would give us a break now that we've read Stolen.
Tanja: Honestly I can sleep tight now. I was kinda of scared. I have one question for you - Would you change the end if you could? (just yes or no - spoiler free)
Glass: If it ended in different way, it wouldn't have the same effect so I would say no. But you know me and what I like...;)
Tanja: That's another story to tell ;)
Glass: Do you remember how we ended up after reading Forbidden by Tabitha Suzuma or Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta? I think that "obsessed", "blown away", "speechless" would be a good choice of words. I feel the same way now. I'm just sorry that I didn't manage to read it in one sitting like you because of work.
Tanja: Exactly. I was lucky enough to read it one sitting and like I told you in my text it was really hard to sleep even though it was like 2 am in morning. I couldn't stop thinking about this book. I love it when in books the authors make me think about what would I do. Thinking about the story and putting myself in Gemma's position wasn't easy but really I had no idea what would I do. How would I act? Would I give up? Same thing happened with Melina a lot of times. Well there is definitively something down there in Australia cause I can't remember reading a bad Aussie book.
Glass: Haha, you're right about that - my secret wish since I was a teenager was to live in Australia - I blame it on TV show Heartbreak High. Gemma was so brave - I'm not sure if I could be that rational and calm. I love when lead female characters are strong and know exactly what they want. But I couldn't stop thinking about Ty. I know that everything he did was wrong, but at some point in his life he was a victim too. That part when he's telling her about his past, I just wanted to hug him and tell him that everything is going to be okay. I loved all the painting stuff - I wish I could see that. Do you have a favorite quote? I have a list, woman, a list!
Tanja: That's right! Through the whole book I was trying to keep in mind that Ty was a kidnapper and that I should feel sorry for him or try to find some reasons to justify what he did. But I failed - like big time! It's hard to believe that when I've heard of some kidnapping and I was always judging the kidnapper. Well let's face it Ty is different but still he did it. Honestly I'd say the whole book, cause every word was on the right place, but one of my fave was:
“You said you knew the perfect place to run to. A place that was empty of people, and buildings, and far, far away. A place covered in blood-red earth and sleeping life. A place longing to come alive again. It's a place for disappearing, you'd said, a place for getting lost... and for getting found.I'll take you there, you'd said.And I could say that I agreed.” 
Glass: Well, if I have to pick, I 'll chose this one:
"You told me once of the plants that lie dormant through the drought, that wait, half-dead, deep in the earth. The plants that wait for the rain. You said they'd wait for years, if they had to; that they'd almost kill themselves before they grew again. But as soon as those first drops of water fall, those plants begin to stretch and spread their roots. They travel up through the soil and sand to reach the surface. There's a chance for them again."

We would say that everyone needs to read Stolen. It's one of those  books that stays with you for the rest of your life.

Until the next time,

18. sij 2013.

Entangled Publishing - be part of "The List"

Calling all bloggers!
Calling all bloggers!

Entangled needs you! *points at you*
Be part of The List.

Here's what you need to know:
One of my awesome publicists at Entangled is compiling a list of bloggers.

Here are the requirements:

Do you have a blog?

Do you love to review books?

Do you want access to books before they release?

If your answers to these questions is a resounding "YES" then you're the right blogger for the job.

We want you! Now's a great time to join The List.

If you want to be a part of The List, here's what you have to do:


2. Leave the following in the comments section: HERE

a. Your Name

b. Your Blog URL

c. Your Goodreads Name

d. Your Email Address

Additional Option: URL to your blog post about this call for bloggers.

Priority will be given to those who help spread the word by creating a post on this call for bloggers on their blog. *smiles*
Don't miss this exciting opportunity.
Be part of The List today.

Until the next time, 

17. sij 2013.

Thomas & January by Fisher Amelie

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Book summary:

Thomas Eriksson thinks he has it all figured out.

"People crossed the street when they saw me. I’m not really sure why that was. I mean, okay, I might have looked a bit intimidating if I was being truthful with you. I’d changed since New York. New York represented a life that wasn’t real, not truthfully, anyway. No, New York was the “young, immature, in love, idiot" side of Tom. The “Tie-Dye Tom of New York City” didn’t exist anymore. Tie-Dye Tom was dead."

January Mac Lochlainn thinks she’s her own worst enemy.

"I quit Berkeley. Threw away a full scholarship. Plans, you ask? What plans?"

But they’re both wrong.

        Few months ago I've read Callum and Harper aka the first book in this series and I adored it. It was so heartbreaking and I couldn't stop reading it. I've realized that I have some thing for books that deal with people form dysfunctional families and hard lives. So I was so excited to read this one.

         Thomas and January was a really interesting book. We have Thomas who is a guy with huge circle of friends and works in music industry but at the same time he looks so inaccessible. He always wears black and because of his height he sometimes seems scary. At the other side we have January with a huge family and she is the eldest. Yes, other members of her family have names by months in a year. She was always drawn to music and listening to new bands but unfortunately she couldn't do that for living. Well at least not until she met the Thomas. Soon enough Thomas' boss hires her and she has to work together with Thomas as a team. Not an easy task considering the circumstances - let's just say that their meeting wasn't the best in the world.

        As much as I enjoyed this story I couldn't say it blow me away. January wasn't the girl I could easily get and relate to. She does some contradictory things. I was afraid that other Fisher's book would be like this one, but luckily Vain put the things on the right track. All in all this was one easy and enjoyable read but nothing more than that.

Rating: 4 stars.

Until the next time,


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