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30 June 2013

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Hello, Sunday! Hope everyone is having an awesome weekend so far. This week I received a few e-galleys from NetGalley. I am trying not to go on as often but sometimes I just have to peek. I think these are all going to be great reads over summer. Let's check them out.

Seeing Red by Jill Shalvis - I am a fan of Shalvis's Lucky Harbor romance series. I have not read any of this firefighter series but hello - hot firefighters? Count me in. Also, random funny story. My friend's little brother is a volunteer firefighter and one day, for some reason, he sent them all a picture of him shirtless with his firefighter outfit on. It was pretty hilarious only because it make him look like he was posing for a calendar, or a romance novel. :)

On Every Street (The Artists Trilogy #0.5) Karina Halle - I enjoyed Sins & Needles, Halle's first full length book in this series. I did not love the characters but I did find them compelling. This novella is a prequel and shows us what happened between Ellie and Javier before the events of Sins & Needles.

Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas - The book I am most excited about. I had my issues with Throne of Glass (most obvious love triangle ever) but I still found it highly entertaining and fun. I really want to know what happens in book 2 and now I have a copy. Yay!

What else is everyone up to this weekend? I am hoping to see World War Z this week and maybe hit the beach. I also owe you guys several recaps from recent author events that I attended. Hopefully taking some time off of work will allow me to catch up. Stay cool!

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