nedjelja, 28. prosinca 2014.

NERD BLAST: ANGEL BURN by L.A. Weatherly with a giveaway


They're out for your soul.
And they don't have heaven in mind...

Willow knows she's different from other girls, and not just because she loves tinkering with cars. Willow has a gift. She can look into the future and know people's dreams and hopes, their sorrows and regrets, just by touching them. She has no idea where this power comes from. 
But the assassin, Alex, does. Gorgeous, mysterious Alex knows more about Willow than Willow herself does. He knows that her powers link to dark and dangerous forces and that he's one of the few humans left who can fight them. When Alex finds himself falling in love with his sworn enemy, he discovers that nothing is as it seems; least of all good and evil.

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Lee Weatherly was born in 1967 and grew up in Little Rock, Arkansas, USA. She lives with her husband in Hampshire, England, where she writes, goes on walks, tries out new recipes and has a cat named Bernard.

L.A. Weatherly is the pseudonym for Lee Weatherly. You can follow her on Twitter at @LA_Weatherly

petak, 26. prosinca 2014.


The week of Top 10 of 2014 has come to an end and it is time for my final list. It has been great this week seeing which book others loved, who are their book boyfriends of 2014 or the prettiest  book covers. Now it is time to show you what are the 10 books I am absolutely looking forward to in 2015 with a few honorable mentions because there are so many interesting books coming out next year.

10. Magic shifts by Ilona Andrews out August 4th 2015
9. Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare out in September 2015
8. Throne of glass #4 by Sarah J. Maas out September 10th 2015
7. Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard out February 10th 2015
6. Menagerie by Rachel Vincent out September 29th 2015
5. Never Never by Tarryn Fisher and Colleen Hoover out January 11th 2015
4. Eighth grave after dark by Darynda Jones out May 19th 2015
3. Ensnared by A.G. Howard out January 6th 2015
2. The Stars never rise by Rachel Vincent out June 9th 2015
1. A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas out May 5th 2105

Honorable mentions:

The Return by Jennifer L. Armentrout
The Veil by Chloe Neill
ReBorn by Ada Adams
Bound by Flames by Jeaniene Frost
Falling away by Penelope Douglas
Six of crows by Leigh Bardugo
Every last breath by Jennifer L. Armentrout

What are the books you are most excited for in 2015?
Are any of mine on your list?
Leave me a comment.

četvrtak, 25. prosinca 2014.

Top 10 of 2014: Top 10 Book Boyfriends of 2014

Firts of all, I want to wish a happy Christmas to everyone ho celebrates it, I hope everyone has  a great day. Now, onto the business at hand.. There were so many swoony boys (and men) in books this year so this was a tough choice and even though I am never in doubt about my top 5, the other five were a little tougher to choose. Here they are:

10. Ethan Sullivan from Blood games by Chloe Neill
9. Owen Grayson from Black widow by Jennifer Estep
8. Bones from Up from the grave by Jeaniene Frost
7. Neely from Between the spark and the burn by April G. Tucholke
6. Morpheus from Unhinged by A.G. Howard
5. Daemon Black from Opposition by Jennifer L. Armentrout
4. Curran from  Magic breaks  by Ilona Andrews
3. Aaron Warner from Ignite me by Tahereh Mafi
2. Reyes Farrow from Seventh grave and no body by Darynda Jones
1. Trent Kalamack from The Witch with no name by Kim Harrison

Honorable mentions:

Magnus Bane and Jace from City of heavenly fire by Cassandra Clare
Adam Hauptman from Night broken by Patricia Briggs
Tristan from Stolen Songbird by Danielle L. Jensen
Lon Butler from Banishing the dark by Jenn Bennett
Madoc Caruthers from Rival by Penelope Douglas

Who are your book boyfriends of 2014?
Has any of mine made your list?
Leave me a link in the comments.

Merry Christmas!

srijeda, 24. prosinca 2014.

TOP 10 OF 2014: BEST DEBUTS OF 2014

For today s list I chose my favorite debuts of 2014. I havent read that many but most of what I did read was awesome. Each book on my list brought something new and different, and I look forward to new books from their authors.

What are your favorite debuts of 2014?
Or did you decide on another topic for today s list?
Leave me alink in the comments.

utorak, 23. prosinca 2014.

Top 10 of 2014: Best Book Covers of 2014

This years covers are some of my all time favorites, there were so many gorgeous covers so it was difficult to choose only ten but these are special to my heart. So here goes, in no particular order:

Arent they lovely?
What are your favorite book covers of 2014?
Leave me a link in the comments.

ponedjeljak, 22. prosinca 2014.


I am glad I am doing this again this year, I loved doing the lists last year. I havent read as much as I wanted lately, and a few books are still on my tbr list that I cant wait to read and hopefully I will by the end of the year so they wont be on the list (Heir of fire, A Thousan pieces of you, Excquisite captive) but I have a feeling that if I have read them, they would be. Without further ado, here are my top books of 2014:

10. Unhinged by A.G. Howard

While a little less dazzling than Splintered, this book is pure magic and why I love reading. I just hope there will be more Morpheus in the next one.

9. Opposition by Jennifer L. Armentrout

The final book in the Lux series was epic. There were tears, happiness and a lot of Daemon Black at his finest. I will miss the world and the characters.

8. Perdition by Ann Aguirre 

This book is amazing. Sci fi, a kick-ass female MC, unsavory characters and the awesome Jael, who I missed since Sirantha Jax series.

7. Between the Devil and the deep blue Sea by April G. Tucholke

I adore this book. So haunting, creepy and fascinating, a stellar debut.

6. Isla and the happily ever after by Stephanie Perkins

Adorable and playful and I just couldnt stop reading it. I will miss Anna, Etienne, Lola, Crickett, Josh and Isla very much.

5. Horde by Ann Aguirre

Another series ending book, and a favorite series of mine. Ann Aguirre always manages to surprise and delight me and Deuce and Fade did just that.

4. Stolen songbird by Danielle L. Jensen

Another magical read, something I have never read about before (trolls) and a beautiful relationship between main characters. A great fantasy read.

3. Sixth grave on the edge by Darynda Jones

My top 3 favorite author, series and characters of all time. The books just keep getting better.

2. Ignite me by Tahereh Mafi

Juliette finally coming into her own. Warner. Kenji being funny. Finally someone tells Adam off, Warner. Those are all the reasons why this book is one of my favorites of the year. WARNER <3 p="">

1. The Witch with no name by Kim Harrison

This series is perfection. The world, the writing, the characters, the ending. My favorite series of all time has come to an end and while I am sad to see it go, I was perfectly happy with how it ended.

Honorable mentions:

The Forever song by Julie Kagawa
Magic Breaks by Ilona Andrewsž
City of heavenly fire by Cassandra Clare
Seventh grave and no body by Darynda Jones
Looking for Alaska by John Green
The Undead Pool by Kim Harriosn

What do you think of my list?
What are your favorite reads of 2014? 
Leave me a link in the comments.

četvrtak, 18. prosinca 2014.

Swoon Romance Winter Reads book blitz (Excerpt + Giveaway)

Love And Other Games by Ana Blaze

LOVE AND OTHER GAMES is a collection of four sexy new adult stories centered around athletes competing in the Winter Games by Ana Blaze, Melinda Dozier, Aria Kane, and Kara Leigh Miller.

Worth More Than Gold by Ana Blaze
Amy Pierce, the klutzy sister and manager of America’s Skating Sweetheart, is used to being invisible. But when a friend drags her to a party near the Olympic Village, Amy catches the eye of a sexy Norwegian ski jumper. It’s a magical night, but an awkward next morning has her running.

Everyone knows Erik Andresen’s best shot at an individual medal was back in 2010, before an injury pulled him from the competition. He’s there for his team, but a hot night and a remarkable final training session have him wondering if a gorgeous good-luck charm could give him another chance at the podium.

With a little bit of luck, these two might have a shot at something worth more than gold.

Trouble with Gold by Melinda Dozier
US snowboarder and notorious prankster, Ty (Trouble) Madsen is only getting a taste of his own medicine when his Olympic teammates shackle him to a fence wearing nothing but his boxers.

Reception and protocol volunteer, Nadia Hoffman, gets up close and personal with the sexy snowboarder to rescue him, but she’s not the kind of girl who lets her hormones get in her way. A professional performance could help her land her dream job at Olympics Committee Headquarters, but her new assignment supervising the rambunctious US Snowboarding Team is making that difficult. Can she see behind the snowman in the community center bathroom and into the warm heart of the man everyone calls Trouble?

The Girl behind the Gold by Aria Kane
Greek aerial skier Lia Milonas’s parents are about to lose the family farm. Saving it means medaling and landing a huge sponsor. While her no-nonsense attitude has her well on her way to a medal, it hasn’t won her a place in fans’ hearts.

“Come back with a story that will make readers cry, or don’t come back.” This is what Brandon James’ boss told him before he left New York to cover the Winter Games for Moment Magazine. With a wink and a smile, he can charm his way into any invite-only party, but that career-making story is nowhere to be found – until he meets Lia.

The two strike a deal that should get them both what they want – but neither would have guessed they’d also find what they need.

Ice Gold by Kara Leigh Miller
Colton Campbell thrives on the fast paced, adrenaline rushed lifestyle of being an Olympic hockey player.

Despite Brenna Jessup’s abhorrence for the games and the athletes, she’s hand-picked as the official photographer for the U.S. Olympic Hockey Team.

When a faux pas by Brenna almost costs Colton his career, she owes him. Too bad for her, Colton doesn’t want apologies — he wants retribution! And he knows just how to get it — and her — in the process.

Captivated By You by Diane Alberts

Mark Delaney is a high profile movie star who wants nothing more than to visit his sister for the Christmas holiday before his big movie premiere. When he goes back to Colorado against his agent’s wishes, of course a snowstorm comes that lands his Maserati in a ditch. Stranded on a quiet road, he knocks on the door of the first house he sees—the same house that his former math tutor grew up in. Expecting to find an elderly couple donned in robes and hair curlers, he’s knocked off his feet when Lacey Robertson herself opens the door. She’s all grown up now…and Mark can’t help but notice.

When Lacey opens the door to find a tuxedo-clad man staring back at her, she can’t believe that the very same boy she pined after throughout childhood is on her porch. Having the famous star all to herself is intoxicating to say the least, but she resolves to resist the temptation of a blissful night in his arms. After all, he’s probably used to women throwing themselves at him on a nightly basis…and she won’t be one of the faceless crowd begging for his attention.

But when she finds out that he hasn’t stopped thinking about her, despite his A-list life, will she fall into his arms for a single night of pleasure? Or will she dare to hope for more?

Masked Love by Nicole Zoltack

Isabelle is content being a maid, and will do anything for her lady, even accompany her to a masquerade ball. Lady Theodosia needs extra support and encouragement on this night, for tomorrow she will meet the man her parents have pledged her to.

Isabelle has never had occasion to attend such an event, and is at first ill at ease. But meeting an enchanting young man during the course of the evening makes her wish for a life she can never have. Thinking she will never see him again, she returns his flirtation and even reveals her face. Imagine her shock when he shows up the next morning, announcing his claim on Lady Thedosia.

Isabelle does all she can to avoid Lord Adrian Wingave, but then he not only sees her, he recognizes her. To make matters worse, Isabelle fears her feelings are not one-sided.

Torn between duty and desire, Isabelle hopes for something more this Christmas.

Starry Love by Nicole Zoltack

Lady Elizabeth is more than happy for her brother Lionel, who found love with the beautiful Lady Theodosia. Now it is her turn with the Season rapidly approaching. But then her father is stricken deathly ill, and love of any sort except familial is all Elizabeth can think of.

Her mother is desperate and hails for doctors, surgeons, even apothecaries. The upkeep of the house falls on Elizabeth and she spend long hours beside her father, watching as he betters one day and fares worse on others. Long walks with the stable hand Callum on starry nights save Elizabeth’s sanity.

When the inevitable happens, Lady Elizabeth is forced to go to London. The gentlemen there, however, hold no candle to the kind and caring Scottish Callum. Shortly before her father’s death, Callum had returned to his homeland to try and find a cure for her father. As time passes with no word, no letters, and Elizabeth must choose whether the love that blossomed between them is worth denying the man her mother wishes for her.

Unwrap Me by Samatha Spencer and Carolina Jordan

This year, Christmas comes early for grad-student Peyton Wagner. Being asked to T.A. a handful of classes may not be cause for celebration for her classmates, but for Peyton, it is. Not only will it ensure a snazzy recommendation from her professor at the end of the term, but it keeps her out of her Podunk town—and away from her abusive ex, Blake Hunter. Now that’s a holiday miracle.

But as Peyton soon discovers, some miracles come with unexpected and deliciously tempting surprises. And when her past and present collide in a shocking yuletide twist, Peyton has to choose between playing it safe with her mended heart, or risking it all for the chance at a new future . . . and the gift of true love.

Unwrap Me is the first in a series from Carolina Jordan and Samantha Spencer for Swoon Romance.

Excerpt from Love and other Games:

The feel of something warm and wet oozing down Brenna's chin woke her. She snorted, wiped at her mouth, and then she licked her lips. The realization of where she was and what was happening dawned on her. She was on an airplane headed to Switzerland with the U.S. Olympic hockey team. As if that wasn't bad enough, she'd fallen asleep and … drooled. Oh. My. God! Brenna quickly turned her face toward the window and tried to discreetly wipe the saliva from her chin before anyone saw her.
"Hey there, Sleeping Beauty."
She froze save for the shiver that worked through her body at the sound of that deep, rich, husky voice. Her heart thundered in her chest, and the tips of her ears burned hot. She had no doubts that she was blushing redder than a beet. Taking a deep breath, she slowly turned in her seat and came face to face with dazzling green eyes that stared back at her with curious interest.
Her gaze swept over him, taking a quick inventory: oval shaped face with a high forehead; dirty blond hair that looked like fresh silk; a strong, square jaw; full, plump, kissable lips; and the broadest, muscular shoulders she'd ever seen. It wouldn't surprise her if he could single handedly stop a Mack truck with those shoulders. Despite her best attempt not to, her gaze shifted back to those lips. Would it be completely unprofessional to kiss a client? Don't be a dipshit. Of course it is. She mentally groaned.
"Do I pass inspection?" he asked with a cocky grin that showed off not only his perfect, white teeth, but his dimples, too.
Brenna gave herself a mental kick in the ass for staring at him too long. "Mr. Campbell, I presume," she said, trying to regain her composure. Wow! He looked so much better in person than he did in those Google images she'd found of him. Yes, she'd Googled Colton Campbell during the cab ride to the airport. In her defense, she knew squat about hockey or any of the players on the team, and it was unprofessional to attend a shoot of this magnitude without knowing a little something about her clients.
"It's Cole, ma'am," he said with a slight incline of his head.
Was that a southern accent she heard? It was faint, but unmistakable. Ma'am, a subtle nod … yup, Colton Campbell was a southern boy. Huh, who knew? "Right, Cole." She cleared her throat. She was so totally screwed.

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