August 2017 Book Haul

Hey everybody!

I did something I wasn’t supposed to do and I bought books. I promised myself I wouldn’t buy anymore books after this month (unless it was with a gift card that someone else had given me) and my boyfriend is holding me to that promise.

The first three books were a gift from my boyfriend’s mother and the rest are from my book-buying addiction.

“Eldest” by Christopher Paolini: Eragon and his dragon, Saphira, have just saved the rebel state from destruction by the mighty forces of King Galbatorix, cruel ruler of the Empire. Now Eragon must travel to Ellesméra, land of the elves, for further training in magic and swordsmanship, the vital skills of the Dragon Rider. It is the journey of a lifetime, filled with awe-inspiring new places and people, each day a fresh adventure. But chaos and betrayal plague him at every turn, and Eragon isn’t sure whom he can trust. Meanwhile, his cousin Roran must fight a new battle back home in Carvahall – one that puts Eragon in even graver danger. Will the king’s dark hand strangle all resistance? Eragon may not escape with even his life.

“Brisinger” by Christopher Paolini: It’s only been months since Eragon first uttered “brisingr,” an ancient language term for fire. Since then, he’s not only learned to create magic with words – he’s been challenged to his very core. Following the colossal battle against the Empire’s warriors on the Burning Plains, Eragon and his dragon, Saphira, have narrowly escaped with their lives. Still, there is more adventure at hand for the Rider and his dragon, as Eragon finds himself bound by a tangle of promises he may not be able to keep.  First is Eragon’s oath to his cousin, Roran: to help rescue Roran’s beloved from King Galbatorix’s clutches.  But Eragon owes his loyalty to others, too. The Varden are in desperate need of his talents and strength – as are the elves and dwarves. When unrest claims the rebels and danger strikes from every corner, Eragon must make choices – choices that will take him across the Empire and beyond, choices that may lead to unimaginable sacrifice. Eragon is the greatest hope to rid the land of tyranny. Can this once simple farm boy unite the rebel forces and defeat the king?

“Inheritance” by Christopher Paolini: Not so long ago, Eragon – Shadeslayer, Dragon Rider – was nothing more than a poor farm boy, and his dragon, Saphira, only a blue stone in the forest. Now, the fate of an entire civilization rests on their shoulders. Long months of training and battle have brought victories and hope, but they have also brought heartbreaking loss. And still, the real battle lies ahead: they must confront Galbatorix. When they do, they will have to be strong enough to defeat him. And if they cannot, no one can. There will be no second chance. The Rider and his dragon have come farther than anyone dared to imagine. But can they topple the evil king and restore justice to Alagaësia? And if so, at what cost?

“Midnight Jewel” by Richelle Mead: Mira is not like the other Glittering Court girls. She is a war refugee, cast out of her home country and thrust into another, where she has learned to fight against the many injustices around her. For some, the Glittering Court offers a chance at a life they’ve only ever dreamed of, one of luxury, glamour, and leisure. But for Mira, it’s simply a means to an end. In the new world, she plans of earn off her marriage contract price and finally be free. Mira pitches herself as an asset to one of the passengers on board the ship: the sardonic and aloof Grant Elliot, whom she’s discovered is a spy for the prestigious McGraw Agency – and her ticket to buying her freedom. His cover blown, Grant has little choice but to take her on. Mira applies herself by day, learning the etiquette and customs that will help to earn her anonymity. By night, she dons a mask and slips into the city, fighting injustice and corruption on her own term – and impressing Grant with her extraordinary abilities and insights into a brewing rebellion. But the rebellion isn’t all they’re fighting. Neither of them can ignore the attraction  burning between them – an attraction so powerful, it threatens to unravel everything Mira’s worked so hard for. With freedom finally with in her grasp, can Mira risk it all for love?

“A Court of Wings and Ruin” by Sarah J. Maas: Feyre has returned to the Spring Court, determined to gather information on Tamlin’s maneuverings and the invading king threatening to bring Prythian to its knees. But to do so she must play a deadly game of deceit – and one slip may spell doom not only for Feyre, but for her world as well.  As war bears down on all of them, Feyre must decide who to trust amongst the dazzling and lethal High Lords – and hunt for allies in unexpected places.

“Always and Forever, Lara Jean” by Jenny Han: Lara Jean is having the best senior year. And there’s still so much to look forward to: a class trip to New York City, prom with her boyfriend Peter, Beach Week after graduation, and her dad’s wedding to Ms. Rothschild. Then she’ll be off to college with Peter, at a school close enough for her to come home and bake chocolate chip cookies on the weekends. Life couldn’t be more perfect!  At least, that’s what Lara Jean thinks…until she gets some unexpected news. Now the girl who dreads change must rethink all her plans – but when your heart and your head are saying two different things, which one should you listen to?

“Eragon” by Christopher Paolini: When Eragon finds a polished blue stone in the forest, he thinks it is a lucky discovery of a poor farm boy; perhaps it will buy his family meat for the winter. But when the stone brings a dragon hatch-ling, Eragon soon realizes he has stumbled upon a legacy nearly as old as the empire itself. Overnight his simple life is shattered, and he is thrust into a perilous new world of destiny, magic, and power.With only an ancient sword and the advice of an old storyteller for guidance, Eragon and the fledgling dragon must navigate the dangerous terrain and dark enemies of an Empire ruled by a king whose evil knows no bounds. Can Eragon take up the mantle of the legendary Dragon Riders? The fate of the Empire may rest in his hands.

“Crooked Kingdom” by Leigh Bardugo: Kaz Brekker and his crew have just pulled off a heist so daring they didn’t think they’d survive. But instead of divvying up a fat reward, they’re right back to fighting for their lives. Double-crossed and badly weakened, the crew is low on resources, allies, and hope.  As powerful forces from around the world descend on Ketterdam to root out the secrets of the dangerous drug known as jurda parem, old rivals and new enemies emerge to challenge Kaz’s cunning and test the teams’s fragile loyalties. A war will be waged on the city’s dark and twisting streets – a battle for revenge and redemption that will decide the fate of the Grisha world.

“The Crown” by Kiera Cass: When Eadlyn became the first princess of Illéa to hold her own Selection, she didn’t expect the kind of fairy-tale romance her parents found twenty years ago. But sometimes love has a way of surprising you…and soon Eadlyn must make a choice that feels more impossible – and more important – than she ever imagined.

I also got my school books this month.

Until my next post,

Stephanie

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July 2017 Book Haul

Hi everybody!

I know that I will not be getting anymore books this month, so I am posting this early. The only books I personally bought this month are the first three books, all of the other ones were given to me.

“Unchained Memory” by Donna S. Frelick: From the night she wakes up in her pickup on the side of the road, three hours gone and everything of value lost to her, Asia Burdette is caught in a clash of invisible forces. She has only one ally in her struggle to understand why–Ethan Roberts, a man she shouldn’t love, a psychiatrist who risks everything to help her. With black ops kidnappers dogging their trial, the lovers race to navigate a maze of mind control, alien abduction and interstellar slavery. If they keep following the signs, they’ll find a battle that’s been raging since the first silver saucer was spotted in the skies above Earth.

“Shadow Legacy: Art of the Ninja Earth” by T.J. Perkins: Growing up ninja in a modern world with ancient customs is difficult, but Duncan Kimura of the Chaio village dreams become one of the chosen elite warriors. But his dreams won’t become a reality if he can’t control his destructive rage that threatens everyone around him. Turmoil threatens to tip Duncan’s balanced world; rivalries, disputes with other teens, competition, and a beautiful kunoichi – a female ninja. The plague of emotions fuels his anger and an entity hidden deep inside him threatens to surface – it wants out. Faced with a treacherous foe from a rival village, Duncan must overcome his own fears and the raging anger bursting within him to save the woman he loves from certain death. Follow him through his trials and challenges as he will either lose himself to his rage and become a threat to all he knows and loves, or triumph and become the ninja his people expect of him.

“Starswept” by Mary Fan: In 2157, the Adyril – an advanced race of telepathic humanoids – contacted Earth. A century later, 15-year-old violist Iris Lei considers herself lucky to attend Papilio, a prestigious performing arts school powered by their technology. Born penniless, Iris’s one shot at a better life is to attract an Adryil patron. But only the best get hired, and competition is fierce. A sudden encounter with an Adryil boys upends her world. Iris longs to learn about him and his faraway realm, but after the authorities arrest him for trespassing, the only evidence she has of his existence is the mysterious alien device he slipped to her. When she starts hearing his voice in her head, she wonders if her world of backstabbing artists and pressure for perfection is driving her insane. Then, she discovers that her visions of him are real – by way of telepathy – and soon finds herself lost in the kind of impossible love she depicts in her music. But even as their bond deepens, Iris realizes that he’s hiding something from her – and it’s dangerous. Her quest for answers leads her past her sheltered world to a strange planet lightyears away, where she uncovers secrets about earth’s alien allies that shatter everything she knows.

“Babysitters: Little Sister #8: Karen’s Haircut” by Ann M. Martin: Karen feels like an ugly duckling. Her baby teeth are falling out, and she has to wear glasses, too! Karen needs a new haircut to make her look glamorous. But the beauty parlor lady cuts Karen’s hair all wrong. Now she’s uglier than ever! What will all the kids at school say?

“Sweet Dreams: Boyfriend Blues” by Lauren M. Phelps: To make money for a special school trip, Kristen Barrett, her boyfriend Jason, and her best friend Heidi start a baby-sitting service. When they discover the need more manpower, they hire handsome, muscular Troy Pittman. That’s when the trouble begins. Heidi has her eye on Troy, but Troy prefers Kristen.

“Pocahontas: True Princess” by Mari Hanes: Children recognize her as the beautiful Indian woman who captured the heart of English captain John Smith. Yet history reveals that Pocahontas was no more than twelve when she saved Smith’s life. Years later she would be praised as the courageous defender of the Algonquins. But she was first known by her people simply as Pocahontas – “little playful one” – a child of tremendous character. Boys and girls today have heard the myth. Now they will see Pocahontas as history truly portrays her: a spirited child just like them.

“Two Guys Noticed Me…and Other Miracles” by Majorie Sharmat: After Matt Green and I broke up, I accepted a date with Travis Cameo. But it was Matt who was very much on my mind. Travis and I were going to Tanya Lipsert’s party. As we approached Tanya’s front door, I had the happy thought that Tanya would be shocked to see me with Travis. He was considered quite a catch at school. Maybe she was even trying to catch him herself. My spirits lifted considerably as the door opened. But it wasn’t Tanya who was shocked. It was me. There was Tanya and standing right beside her was Matt Green.

“Comedy of Errors” by Diane Michele Crawford: “Stephanie Stockwell’s eccentric family has always amused her – until the night gorgeous Todd Cooper picks her up for their first date. Todd is put off by the family’s unconventional ways, and their first date becomes their last. Then Stephanie begins dating witty and clever Derek Gaines, and she thinks he’s perfect for her. But after meeting the Stockwells, Derek too seems to avoid Stephanie. Will Stephanie’s family stand in the way of her chance for real romance?

“Saved by the Bell: That Old Zack Magic” by Beth Cruise: Zack dares Mario to spend a night alone at Bayside High – and suddenly the whole gang is on the idea. After all, who wants to miss out on getting to the bottom of all the mysterious things that’ve been happening at Bayside recently? But while Zack and Mario are busy planning that gang’s major “camp out,” Lisa is sinking deeper and deeper into a super-hunk withdraw. Ever since her adorable new neighbor moved in, Cal Everhart’s had wondering eyes! What the gang discovers that night at school…even Zack can’t explain…and with many of the mysteries still unsolved, the bizarre legend of Eerie Eddie seems more real than ever. Will Zack and the gang uncover the truth? And will Lisa win Cal back, this time forever?

“The New, Improved Gretchen Hubbard” by Ilene Cooper: When Gretchen says good-bye to Hippo Hubbard, she becomes the “new improved” Gretchen Hubbard. She actually starts to enjoy shopping for new clothes and catches the eye of a cute fifteen-year-old boy who is making a movie nearby. Why didn’t anyone notice her before?

“Marci’s Secret Book of Dating” by Jan Gelman: What do the other seventh girls have – or know – that Marci and Pam don’t? Even though they’ve taught themselves how to flirt, they haven’t managed to get a single date. So, using their best spy techniques, they study couples – including Marci’s older sister and boyfriend on a real date!

“Sweet Valley High: Crash Landing!” by Francine Pascal: George Warren has been looking forward to taking his girlfriend, Enid Rollins, as a passenger on his first licensed flight. Afterward he’s going to tell her something he’s known for a long time – he doesn’t love her anymore and their relationship is over. Then he’ll be free to date Robin Wilson, the girl he does love. But as he and Enid are flying, George loses control of the plane and is forced to make a crash landing. Enid is seriously injured, and George is overcome with guilt. He can’t possible break up with Enid now. But how long can he pretend to be in love with her and continue living a lie?

“Sweet Valley High: My Best Friend’s Boyfriend” by Francine Pascal: Denise Hadley is poised, elegant, and beautiful. Her best friend, Ginny Belasca, isn’t any of these things, and she’s always comparing herself to Denise. So when Ginny decided to do volunteer work for a teen phone hotline, Denise hopes that it will give Ginny some self-confidence. It looks as if she’s right when Ginny helps a guy named Mike, who says he wants to meet her in person! But now Ginny’s terrified that her looks won’t meet Mike’s expectations. In desperation, she asks Denise to meet Mike in her place. Denise agrees – and falls for Mike. Can Denise and Ginny’s friendship survive a battle for the boy they both love?

“Sweet Valley High: Brokenhearted” by Francine Pascal: When Todd Wilkens moved to Vermont, Elizabeth Wakefield’s heart was broken. She thought she would never get over losing him. But months passed, Elizabeth fell in love again. Now she and Jeffrey French are one of the happiest couples at Sweet Valley High. Then Todd writes to Elizabeth and tells her that he is moving back to Sweet Valley and that he still cares for her. Although she loves Jeffrey, Elizabeth realizes she still has strong feelings for Todd. Suddenly she is faced with a very difficult choice – a choice between the only two boys she has ever loved. What will Elizabeth do?

“Sweet valley High: Second Chance” by Francine Pascal: Quiet, determined, Kristin Thompson knows exactly what she wants from life. Since she was little, she has had one goal – to become a world-class tennis player. Now all she has to do is win one more tournament and she’ll qualify to turn professional. Then handsome Bruce Patman invites her out and sweeps her off her feet. But there’s not enough room in Kristin’s life for a boyfriend and professional tennis. She begins to wonder if a romance with Bruce will make her happier than winning the tournament ever could. Will Kristin give up the dream of a lifetime to live like a ordinary teenager?

“Chuck Yeager Goes Supersonic” by Alan W. Biermann: Young readers will soar as they discover the life of Chuck Yeager, an American hero whose courage changed the world of flight forever. They’ll fly through these pages as they read about Yeager’s humble beginnings, daring adventures as a pilot and how he risked death as the first man to break the sound barrier. Bonus sections include a sound barrier lesson and glossary.

“Overlooked” By Simone Sowood and Lulu Pratt: She’s the closest thing I ever had to a sister. Our parents are best friends and neighbors. We were raised together. But one look at her naked body in the window and I’m hard. How did I never notice her this way before? Too bad she’s forbidden fruit. She doesn’t deserve to be in my trail of one and done women. Plus it would ruin 25 years of friendship between our parents. But my body craves her. The longer she stands in the window, the less I’m able to resist. Screw it. Before I leave, I’ll give her a few good nights to she’ll never forget.

May 2017 Book Haul

Hey guys!

Here are the books I got in the month of May (all of these books were sent to me by the authors (except the first bullet)).

  • “The Six-Month-Novel-Writing-Plan” by Marian Black.
  • “November Rain” and “November Snow” by Shannon Thompson
  • “Untamed” by Madeline Dyer
  • “Perdition” by Lindsey Ouimet

April 2017 Book Haul

Hey everybody!

here are all the books I bought in the month of April:

“Black Ships Before Troy: The Story of The Iliad” by Rosemary Sutcliff: The gods and goddesses of Olympus scheme as the ancient world is thrown into turmoil. Helen, a legendary beauty and wife of the Greek King, has been abducted by her Trojan lover. The jealousy of the Greek King flames into lethal vengeance as the Greeks descend on the city of Troy aboard their black ships. In the siege that follows, history’s greatest heroes – among them Ajax, Achilles, and Odysseus – are forged in combat, and the dark costs of passion, pride, and revenge must be paid. In the end, the whims of the gods, the cunning of the warriors, and a great wooden horse will decide who emerges victorious.

“Maybe Someday” by Colleen Hoover: At twenty-two years old, Sydney is enjoying a great life: She’s in college, working a steady job, in love with her wonderful boyfriend, Hunter, and rooming with her best friend, Tori. But everything changes when she discovers that Hunter is cheating on her – and she’s forced to decide what her next move should be. Soon, Sydney finds herself captivated by her mysterious and attractive neighbor, Ridge. She can’t take her eyes off him or stop listening to the passionate way he plays his guitar every evening out on his balcony. And there’s something about Sydney that Ridge can’t ignore, either. They soon find themselves needing each other in more ways than one.

“November 9” by Colleen Hoover: Fallon meets Ben, an aspiring novelist, the day of her scheduled cross-country move. Their untimely attraction leads them to spend Fallon’s last day in L.A together, and her eventful life becomes the creative inspiration Ben has always sought for his novel. Over time and amidst the various relationships and tribulations of their own separate lives, they continue to meet on the same date every year. Until one day Fallon becomes unsure if Ben has been telling her the truth or fabricating a perfect reality for the sake of the ultimate plot twist. Can Ben’s relationship with Fallon – and simultaneously his novel – be considered a love story if it ends in heartbreak?

“Out of Sight, Out of Time” by Ally Carter: The last thing Cammie Morgan remembers is leaving the Gallagher Academy to protect her friends and family from the Circle of Cavan – an ancient terrorist organization that has been hunting her for over a year. But when Cammie wakes up in an Alpine convent and discovers months have passed, she must now face the fact that her memory is a black hole. The only traces left of Cammie’s summer vacation are the bruises on her body and dirt under her nails, and all she wants is to go home. Once she returns to school, however, Cammie realizes that the Gallagher Academy now holds more questions than answers. Cammie, her friends, and mysterious spy-guy Zach face their most difficult challenge yet as they travel to the other side of the world, hoping to piece together the clues that Cammie left behind. It’s a race against time. The Circle is hot on their trail and will stop at nothing to prevent Cammie from remembering what she did last summer.

“United We Spy” by Ally Carter: Cammie Morgan has lost her father and her memory, but she finds her greatest mission yet. Cammie and her friends finally know why the terrorist organization called the Circle of Cavan has been hunting her. Now the spy girls and Zach must track down the Circle’s leaders and stop them before they can implement a master plan that will change Cammie – and her country – forever.

“Gossip Girl: Only in Your Dreams” by Cecily von Ziegesar: Welcome to New York City’s, where my friends and I are the biggest stars…whether or not the cameras are rolling. Lights, camera, scandal! Hollywood is invading our city and S is set for her big-screen debut. I hear she’s already having an off-screen romance with her on-screen lover, T. What will that mean for Hamptons-bound N? And if N is free, what about B? Sure, she’s off to London to spend time with her royal boytoy, but N will always be Prince Charming in my book…or movie. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the show! You know you love me, Gossip Girl.

“Gossip Girl: The Carlyles” by Cecily von Ziegesar: Get out your Montblac pens, Chloé satchels, and cashmere cardigans. It’s a brand-new season on the Upper East Side, and the irresistible Carlyle triplets are taking Manhattan by storm. You know it’s going to be another wild and wicked year, and I’ll be here to whisper all the juicy secrets…You know you love me, Gossip Girl.

“Gossip Girl: I Will Always Love You” by Cecily von Ziegesar: It finally happened: we went to college. We started over. No one knows who we’ve coveted, what we scored on our SATs, where our parents live, or when we became debaucherous. We’ve changed. Or at least, some of us have. But old habits are hard to break – especially when faced with your former besties and former flames. With everyone back in the city for the holidays, this break is guaranteed to be filled with makeups, breakups, and shakeups. Lucky for you, I’m here to report all the scandal as it happens. Let the games begin! You know you love me, xoxo Gossip Girl

“Missing You” by Harlan Coben: It’s a profile, like all the others on the online dating site. But as NYPD Detective Kat Donovan focuses on the accompanying picture, she feels her whole world explode, as emotions she’s ignored for years come crashing down on her. Staring back at her is her ex-fiancé Jeff, the man who shattered her heart – and who she hasn’t seen in 18 years. Kat feels a spark, wondering if this might be the moment when past tragedies recede and a new world opens up. But when she reaches out to the man in the profile, her reawakened hope quickly darkens into suspicion and then terror as an unspeakable conspiracy comes to light, in which monsters prey upon the most vulnerable.

“Edgar Allan Poe: Complete Tales & Poems” by Edgar Allan Poe: The Life of American writer Edgar Allan Poe was characterized by a dramatic series of successes and failures, breakdowns and recoveries, personal gains and hopes dashed through, despite which he created some of the finest literature the world has ever known. Over time his works have influenced such major creative forces as the French poets Charles Baudelaire and Andre Gide, filmmaker D.W. Griffith and modern literary legend Allen Ginsberg. Best known for his poems and short fiction, Poe perfected the psychological thriller, invented the detective story, and rarely missed transporting the reader to his own supernal realm. He has also been hailed posthumously as one of the finest literary critics of the nineteenth century. In Edgar Allan Poe: Complete Tales & Poems fans may indulge in all of Poe’s imaginative short stores, including The Fall of the House of Usher, The Murders in Rue Morgue, The Tell-Tale Heart, Ligeio, and Ms. In A Bottle. His complete early and miscellaneous poetic masterpieces are also here, including The Raven, Ulalume, Annabel Lee, Tamerlane, as well as select reviews and narratives.

“The Wonder of All Things” by Jason Mott: On an ordinary day, at an air show like that in any small town across the country, a plane crashes into the crowd of spectators, killing and injuring dozens. But when the dist clears, a thirteen-year-old girl named Ava is found huddled beneath a pocket of rubble with her best friend, Wash. He is injured and bleeding, and when Ava places her hands over him, his wounds miraculously disappear. Ava has a unique gift: she can heal others of their physical ailments. Until the air show tragedy, her gift was a secret. But now the whole world knows, and suddenly Ava is thrust into the spotlight. People from all over the globe begin flocking to her small town, looking for healing and eager to glimpse the wonder of a miracle. But Ava’s unusual ability comes at a great cost, her own health, and as she grows weaker with each healing, Ava begins searching for an escape. Wash agrees to help Ava, but little does she know he has his own secret he’s been harboring, and soon Ava finds herself having to decide just how much she’s willing to sacrifice in order to save the one she loves most.

“The Betrayal of Natalie Hargrove” by Lauren Kate: Natalie Hargrove has been dreaming for years of being crowned senior class prom queen. She’s got everything it takes: beauty, popularity, and ambition. When a boy from her past threatens to ruin her flawless plan, Natalie sets into motion a chain of events meant to regain control. But she’s made one fatal mistake…Blackmail and buried desire, dark secrets and even darker deeds cause Natalie to unravel.

“King’s Folly” by Jill Williamson: The gods are angry. volcanic eruptions, sinkholes, ground shakers – everything points to their unhappiness. At least that is what the king of Armania believes. His son Prince Wilek thinks his father’s superstitions are nonsense, though he remains the ever dutiful First Arm of Armania. When a messenger arrives and claims that the town of Farway has been swallowed by the earth, the king sends Wilek to investigate. But what Wilek discovers is more cataclysmic than one lost city. Even as the ground shifts beneath his feet, Wilek sets out on a desperate journey to save his people and his world. But can he do it before the entire land crumbles?

March 2017 Book Haul

Hey guys!

I didn’t get many books in the month of March, but here is the list! All of these are from iBooks. 

ARCs

  • “Arousal” by Simone Sowood
  • “Summoner Rising” by Melanie McFarlane
  • “Exposed” by Alexa Ross and Holly Rayner
  • “Billionaire Passions” by Hazel Keys

REGULAR BOOKS

  • “Keeper” by Ingrid Seymour
  • “Silver and Bold” by Amber Burns
  • “Ghost of Halloween’s Past” by Ingrid Seymour
  • “My Kinda Bull” by Lilly Christine

January 2017 Book Haul

Hi guys!!

So…….there are WAYYYYY too many books that I got last month to even begin doing synopsis’s. I am just got to list off every book I got. I will be doing reviews for every book I got this month, so overviews will be with those books. Here we go!!

These are the series that I got the first book on iBooks for free and then bought the rest of the book off of iBooks:

  • Evernight series by Claudia Gray
  1. Evernight
  2. Stargazer
  3. Hourglass
  4. Afterlife
  • Fated series by Hazel Kelly (first book is on iBooks, the rest is on Kindle)
  1. Falling For My Best Friend
  2. Charming My Best Friend
  3. Seducing My Best Friend
  4. Fighting For My Best Friend
  5. Keeping My Best Friend

These are the books I got for free on iBooks:

  • 50 Best One-Liner Jokes by Mike Francis
  • 50 Best Jokes Ever by Jane Parks
  • Teacher’s Pet by Avery Phillips
  • Because Of Him by Jessica Roe
  • Turned by Morgan Rice
  • The Academy by C.L. Stone
  • Minutes Before Sunset by Shannon A. Thompson
  • Into The Darkness by Nora Ash
  • Before You Seduce Me by E.J. Adams
  • All I Want Is You by E.L. Todd
  • Vampire Addiction by Eva Pohler
  • Dirty Sexy Furry by Eliza Gayle
  • Elementals by Michelle Madow
  • Before Beauty by Brittany Fichter
  • A Smile Like Hers by Brittany Fichter
  • Ever’s Dream by Brittany Fichter
  • The Goose Girl by Brittany Fichter
  • Bull Rider’s Baby by Naomi Niles
  • Hidden In Darkness by Nora Ash
  • His Secret Love by Suzanne Brahm
  • His Five Night Stand by Emma Thorne
  • Captured by Jordan Marie
  • Bad Boy Billionaire (the complete series) by Claire Adams
  • Protect My Vampire King’s Baby by Sarah Adams
  • Books by Peter Styles
  1. Learning to Trust
  2. Learning to Trust 2
  3. Eternal Love 1
  4. Eternal Love 2
  5. Poses 1
  6. Poses 2
  7. A Retreat to Remember
  8. A Retreat to Remember 2
  9. Wedding Date 1+2
  10. Summer Lovin Blues 1
  11. Summer Lovin Blues 2
  12. Learning His Lesson 1+2
  13. Bonus Chapter Collection
  14. Starter Library
  • Billionaire’s Flight by Alexa Davis
  • Cooking For A Billionaire by Anna Collins
  • To Kill For by A.J. Carella
  • Blood Sport by A.J. Carella
  • True Deceit by A.J. Carella
  • Bedroom Secrets by Suzanne Brahm
  • His Cowboy Heart by Emma Thorne
  • Billionaire Obsession by Anna Collins

These are the books I got for free off of Amazon for Kindle:

  • Beautiful Demons (box set) by Sarra Cannon
  • Craving by Stephanie Summers
  • Abandoned by Elisa Dane
  • Temptation by Ivy Smoak
  • The Shadow Prince by Stacey O’Neale
  • Tapping The Billionaire by Max Monroe
  • Searching For Moore by Julie Richman
  • Kahayatle by Elle Casey
  • My Viking Vampire by Krystal Shannon
  • Flight by Alyssa Rose Ivy
  • Betrayal by Aleatha Romig
  • Good Intentions by Brenda K. Davies
  • Hidden Sins by Karice Bolton
  • First World by Jaymin Eve
  • Consequences by Aleatha Romig

I got the Chronicles of Narnia books from my best friend’s Mom. I am not going to do the synopsis of those books because I’m pretty sure everyone knows those books.

**I bought one book from the dollar store.**

A Tale of Two Besties by Sophia Rossi: Harper and Lily have been best friends since forever. Not even the threat of different high schools could throw this BFF-ship off-course, even though Lily begs her parents not to send her to the “dreaded Pathways,” an experimental school for creative types, while effortlessly popular Harper attends Beverly High with the rest of their class. But in a city where fitting in means standing out and there’s nothing more uncool than being cool, it’s the naturally charismatic Harper – with her blond hair and perfect bone structure – who finds herself fighting the tide of American Apparel-ed teens who rule the school. Meanwhile, its the perpetually “gawkward” Lily – who accessorizes ever ensemble with a pair of tattered fairy wings – who finds herself flying alongside the queen bees of Pathways. Can BFF-ship survive the tidal wave of high school drama, or does growing up mean leaving some friends behind?