Hidden (Marchwood Vampires#1) by Shalini Boland...i love the flash back of the history of the Marchwood Vampirest in the 1800s thru the male lead protagonist POVs but i was disappointed with the main characters development towards the end. They became this annoyingly sweet couple who are infatuated w/ each other...God knows the ever popular twilight couple were enough to last me a lifetime. Secondary characters like old couple Esther and Morris who were subtle care takers of the Marchwood Mansion but really badass IMO were awesome. I couldn't care less about Madison and Alexandre. By the time that Alexandre declared and I quote "You are my life now Madison" i just want to hurl twilight glitters to both of them O_o I am sad that the characters did not live up to my expectations. Clearly the author is a very competent writer why did she made the main characters that lame?
Thicker Than Blood (Marchwood Vampires #2) by Shalini Boland... love the POVs of Aelia who played a huge role in the sleeping plague that infected the vampires in the underground city in the 570AD. However, there were ridiculous terms that were used like"ventilation shaft "that i find weird being used to described by someone from that Era. Again my fave oldie couple Morris and Esther proved to be loyal helpers as ever otherwise these Marchwood Vampires are screwed. I like this much better than the first book. Madison and Alexandre still sickeningly sweet and in love w/ each other they might as well glitter.
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Perfect Chemistry by Simeone Elkeles...a New Adult novel of the love chemistry that unfolds between a gang member school resident bad boy from the wrong side of town Alejandro "ALex" Fuentes and picture perfect blond privilege popular cheerleader captain girl Brittany Ellis when they got paired up in their Chemistry Lab. Don't judge a book by it's cover people.
This Man (This Man #1) and Beneath This Man (This Man Trilogy #2) by Jodi Ellen Malpas....prepare yourself for an abundance of lemons and craziness from the most bat shit crazy couple Ava O'Shea and Jesse Ward. It will make your inner feminism cringing and crying at the same time O_o with all the smuttiness slapped on it. You might end up hating it much that you can't stop reading it. Erotic Contemporary Novel.
Requiem by Lauren Oliver...the third and last installment to the the Delirium Dystopian trilogy...i was not satisfied with the open ended conclusion, for me there are so many things i wanna know in the aftermath of the rebellion...and not that many Lena and Alex moments w/c lets face it trigger the so called Amor Deliria Nervosa disease in her so to speak and now it took a back seat due to a love triangle. It was okay if the romance was not the focus but I was missing it in the end So over all a disappointing finale.
True Love Story by Willow Aster...New Adult...this was another emotional coaster ride of love, heartaches and redemption. It was extra painful that the antagonist is my namesake for me it was a compelling story.
Paper Towns by John Green...funny, endearing and thought provoking characters I love Quentin and his infatuation for Margo Roth Spiegelman, Ben for his obsession with prom and honeybunnies, and Radar for his obsession for Omnictionary and they are all heading for a hilarious yet profound journeys to paper towns.