It’s monday, what are you reading ? #43

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April 6, 2015 by ceresbooksworld

it's monday


A weekly event hosted by Sheila from Book Journey to discuss your reading week ~ the books you’ve read and those you plan on reading in the coming week.


Finished Last Week

Solitaire by Alice Oseman

Solitaire by Alice Oseman


In case you’re wondering, this is not a love story.
My name is Tori Spring. I like to sleep and I like to blog. Last year – before all that stuff with Charlie and before I had to  face the harsh realities of A-Levels and university applications and the fact that one day I really will have to start talking  to people – I had friends. Things were very different, I guess, but that’s all over now.
Now there’s Solitaire. And Michael Holden.
I don’t know what Solitaire are trying to do, and I don’t care about Michael Holden.
I really don’t.

Scandaleuse Elisabeth d’Eléonore Fernaye

G-Scandaleuse Elisabeth

Paris, 1778. Elisabeth d’Arsac est courtisée par une foule de prétendants. Éprise de liberté, elle veut connaitre l’amour sans  les désagréments du mariage. Au bal masqué, elle rencontre un ténébreux inconnu. D’entretiens galants en heureux  hasards, elle s’offre à lui. Se rendant compte que sa belle était vierge, Henry n’a plus le choix : il doit demander sa main.  Furieuse, elle espère que son père refusera cette union. Contre toute attente, le compte accepte d’accorder sa fille à  l’Américain. Mais ce mariage est-il vraiment le piège qu’elle s’imaginait ?



The Sin Eater’s daughter (The Sin Eater’s daughter #1) by Melinda Salisbury




I am the perfect weapon.
I kill with a single touch.
Twylla is blessed. The Gods have chosen her to marry a prince, and rule the kingdom. But the favour of the Gods has it’s  price. A deadly poison infuses her skin. Those who anger the queen must die under Twylla’s fatal touch.
Only Lief, an outspoken new guard, can see past Twylla’s chilling role to the girls she truly is.
Yet in a court as dangerous and the queen’s, some truths should not be told…




Currently Reading


Piercing The Darkness by Angela Dennis

Piercing the darkness


 Love knows no bounds.

Cursed by the dark mage who killed her, Hilda Janssen has wandered the Earthly plane as a ghost for fifty years, finally  finding her place as an IRT hunter, policing supernatural misfits trapped on Earth after a brutal war.
When a demon attacks, putting her team in mortal danger, Hilda sacrifices herself to save her friends. She’s already died  once; what difference will doing it again make? But instead of meeting a final death, Hilda is cast into the Void, a magical  prison from which there is no escape.
Her only hope is Cade Kerrigan, the lover she left behind after her first death. Their bond and his magic are the only  things strong enough to pull her through the Veil. But Cade has no idea his soulmate came back as a ghost, and he isn’t  too happy to have been left in the dark.
They must put aside the baggage of the past to save Hilda from a fate worse than death.
Warning: Contains star-crossed lovers destined for a second chance, a whirlwind of powerful magic, and a love so strong  it defies even death.

On deck

Beyond These Walls by J.L Berg

Beyond these walls


Happily ever after.
That was what we were supposed to have.
Pudding cups, sandy toes and a lifetime of making each and every one of our dreams come true—that is the future I’d  promised her.
I could see it in my dreams, hold it in my hands, but then I watched as all of our hopes and wishes suddenly slipped  through my fingers like sand.
I thought the worst was behind us, but what if we’d just delayed the inevitable?
They say love can overcome any obstacle. But can it survive death?
The breathtaking love story of Lailah and Jude concludes in Beyond These Walls.


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