Hey there booknerds!
At this moment, you’re probably relaxing after having dinner and enjoying a glass of wine or possibly something non-alcoholic. Whatever suits your fancy while you kick back and watch the sunset. The beautiful in-between of day into night. While you’re doing that you can kick back and catch up on what you might’ve missed this month on The Scarlet Reader.
It was a long month for August! So much has happened and so much has been read! I’m actually pretty proud of my reading. Not a slump for me! Six books! Woohoo!
Aside from having an accomplished reading month, I also got to go see Kansas in concert. They were fantastic. Such a fun time. The band was lively and it was a beautiful day. Mom also had her neck surgery. It was very successful and she’d on the mend! It was a surgery to help with pain and strange numbness and it’s taken years to get it. I’m glad she’ll finally be able to be more pain-free. After seven years or so of it, she deserves it.
Now, there are a couple of books that I wish I could’ve gotten to, but there’s always next month! Catch up on the reviews you might’ve missed this month!
Author: Darren Chan
B makes her way across the city in hopes up getting to the meet-up point for survivors. One problem. She didn’t necessarily survive.
Author: Charlaine Harris
Welcome to the small, quiet town of Midnight where there is only one stoplight and the folks are nice and keep to themselves. That changes when a local turns up dead and supernatural skeletons comes out of the closet.
Author: Amy Plume
Dreams can kill. Everybody knows that. An experiment will bring them to horrifying life for seven teens that only wanted to cure their sleep disorders.
Author: Kresley Cole
This vampire wants her body, soul, and the demon goddess possessing her.
Author: Charliane Harris
The resident psychic and hardcore assassin team up together to solve the murder of a wealthy woman before the secrets of Midnight come out of the woodwork.
Author: Darren Shan
B discover the Angels, a group of reviveds set out to fight evil. B must make a choice. Join them? Or run.
Favorite Book: Midnight Crossroad was light and fun. The supernatural element was so subtle and natural. Just a splendid read.
Least Favorite Book: Lothaire pushed in a direction that isn’t my favorite. I enjoy smut and the supernatural genre, but I don’t enjoy coercion. Being forceful isn’t attractive nor is getting so nasty that it’s toxic and disturbing. Just not for me. I still love Kresley Cole to pieces and can’t wait for the release of From the Grave (Arcana Chronicles #6).
More to come soon…
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