Books I’m Looking Forward to this May | 2017


Hello folks! It’s almost May! We’re almost halfway through 2017. That is mind-boggling to me. Anyway, here is my post about all the books I’m looking forward to this upcoming May (2017)!

May 2nd

I’m super excited about Always and Forever, Lara Jean, since this book should be the last book in its trilogy — unless Han decides to move further on with the series. However, I’m looking forward to what Lara Jean’s attitude will be like, since I did not enjoy reading her bratty attitude in the first book, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before.

I’m a huge fan of Mass’ ACOTAR trilogy. I’m probably going to have to take transit to go and buy ACOWAR in downtown Vancouver though, like I did when I bought ACOMAF. No worries though!

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The Devil You Know by Trish Doller | Book Review #155


Eighteen-year-old Arcadia wants adventure. Living in a tiny Florida town with her dad and four-year-old brother, Cadie spends most of her time working, going to school, and taking care of her family. So when she meets two handsome cousins at a campfire party, she finally has a chance for fun. They invite her and friend to join them on a road trip, and it’s just the risk she’s been craving-the opportunity to escape. But what starts out as a fun, sexy journey quickly becomes dangerous when she discovers that one of them is not at all who he claims to be. One of them has deadly intentions. 

Trigger Warning: Murder, Attempted Murder, Kidnapping, Guns & Gun Violence.

The Devil You Know by Trish Doller is a Young Adult Mystery that I found myself quickly absorbed into the book. I found myself enjoying reading from Cadie’s point of view, and getting to know the characters around Cadie. The Devil You Know has only one point of view, and is a fast read with the Hardcover only being less than 250 pages!

I know I borrowed this book because I was interested in how this story would pan out, but prior to actually sitting down and reading The Devil You Know, I re-read the synopsis and actually started to dread reading the book. Continue reading