Hello, all! This is another Library Reads post! I’ve been going through the books that I won’t have time to read, and I’ve given them back to the library. Which means that I have more room for different library books! Even though I am trying my hardest to read the ones I already have here at home.
So here are the books I have in this post!
- Iron Kissed by Patricia Briggs
Iron Kissed is the third book in the Mercy Thompson series, and I was so excited for this book. Holy crap!
- Speechless by Hannah Harrington
A story about bullying, maybe? And what it means to keep your mouth shut, even when you want to fight back. The feel for Speechless I’m getting is that I Never Want to Return to High School, Ever.
- The Farm by Emily McKay
So all I really know about this book is that vampires(!!!!!!) are a thing in this book. Maybe they take over the USA, or the world, or wherever The Farm takes place, but other than that, I’m keeping myself in the dark about this book.
- Knight Angels by Abra Ebner
I am so excited about reading this book! The synopsis was really intriguing and has my hopes up for whatever this book may hold!
- Shimmer by Paula Weston
Shimmer is the third book in the Rephaim series, and I’m both looking forward to reading and seeing what happens, but it’s a bittersweet moment, because I know that there’s only four books in the series. And that it’s like another year before the last book comes out.
- The Rose & the Dagger by Renee Ahdieh
The Rose & the Dagger is the second (and last) book the The Wrath & the Dawn duology, and I am super excited to read it!!!!! I’m very intrigued as to how Ahdieh will conclude the story.
- After the Woods by Kim Savage
After the Woods is a book where a girl saves her best-friend by sacrificing herself. I’m trying to keep myself away from reading the synopsis of the book, so all I really know about the story is the genre. After the Woods is a YA Contemprary Mystery/Thriller.
- Come to Me Quietly by A.L. Jackson
A New Adult Romance where, I figure that there’s going to be two points of view, because there are two characters introduced in the synopsis. I honestly have no idea what to expect with this book, because there are so many ways a New Adult book could go.
- The Problem with Forever by Jennifer L. Armentrout
To be honest, I absolutely feel like Armentrout’s books are those types of books that you know you’ll like way more if you don’t read the synopsis. But there’s always that chance for me, that if I don’t read the synopsis of her books, that I’ll end up hating the book. So I do usually end up reading the synopsis for her books. Armentrout’s work has a huge chance for the reader to have a hit and miss with each of her books.
People have marked The Problem with Forever to be a Young Adult/New Adult Realistic Contemporary Romance Fiction, with Sociology abuse. So you’ve been warned if you do decide to but/borrow and read this book!
Those are all the books that I have for this Library Reads post. Each book is one that interest me in some way. Either it’s the genre of the book, or the author that has me wanting to read the stories.
Have you read any of these books? I’d love to know! Thanks for reading!
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I’d like to hear how you like The Problem with Forever and Speechless!
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