Synopsis: Logan Hunt was offered the opportunity of a lifetime that would allow him to escape the poverty he grew up in. He was given a football scholarship. There was a catch, though, and one of the many rules he had to follow was ‘no women’. It wouldn’t have been a problem if he hadn’t met the coach’s daughter Jess. Falling for her would not only get him kicked off the team, but could completely derail his future. So, for now, he had no choice but to be in the friend zone… Continue reading “Book Review: The (Fri)End Zone by Sariah Wilson”
The (Fri)end Zone by Sariah Wilson
Triangles were already my least favourite shape, and I had no intention of being part of one. Even an imaginary one, since neither guy had actually expressed any interest me. I was a one-fantasy-crush-at-a-time kind of girl.
Only zombies like girls for their brain.
“Maybe she’s telling him she got sorted into Slytherin House?
And with him being such a Hufflepuff, they’ll never be together.”
Synopsis: Hope’s mother is well known in the theatre world but, in order to make a name for herself, Hope secretly applies for a career-launching internship… and gets it. Trying to balance school work and the internship is not easy, particularly when she’s been assigned to assist the actor playing the lead role. With the help of her two friends and a new love interest, the show must go on!
Synopsis: Riley Hope, a senior at NYU, appears to be on top of the world: a loving mother, ride-or-die friends, and a long-time boyfriend destined for the National Hockey League… She puts on a smile for the world but, behind it, Riley’s drowning with fears for the future. Then Ben Fagan comes crashing into her life. British and alone in the Big Apple, the struggling actor is looking for an escape—minimum commitment, maximum fun—anything to avoid returning across the pond. As they form an unlikely bond, Riley keeps her reality from Ben, but how long can she hold back the truth…and is Ben keeping his own secrets, too?
On Wednesday, USA Today did an exclusive cover reveal for Jacquelyn Middleton’s new book. The author had been teasing fans for weeks about this and when the day finally came we were all squealing with delight. I loved “London Belongs to Me” and couldn’t wait to get my hands on “London Can You Wait” when it came out, so I was excited to be given the opportunity to be part of the second phase of sharing this novel… which was to take place yesterday.
As soon as I woke up in the morning, I rushed to my computer hoping for an email from the author with the details. But my computer wouldn’t turn on. It took me too long to realize I had grabbed my roommate’s dead computer rather than my own, and nothing was going to resuscitate that thing.
Once I located my own laptop, the internet wouldn’t connect. Our wifi can be patchy at times and yesterday was apparently a really bad day for connectivity. I tried multiple times, but had no luck.
Then, once I was able to get online this morning, my book blog wouldn’t let me log in. It kept saying my account didn’t exist and/or my password was wrong. I finally gave into doing a password reset, but it was being sent to an email I no longer use. Said email did not want to let me log in because I’m in a new country… And, yeah, you get the idea.
I may be a day behind, yet it is better late than never!
I think I have mentioned once or twice before before how much I love Jacquelyn Middleton’s novel “London Belongs to Me”. And I know I wrote about how excited I was to buy the sequel “London Can You Wait?” so on sale that even I could afford to purchase the ebook on my travel budget (though I hope to get a signed copy in the future).
A little while ago, this author held a giveaway of a copy of the script for the play mentioned in her second book. Naturally I entered. I love her books and I love theatre; it’s a no brainer.
Imagine my glee when I actually won! *happy dance* Now I have to decide whether I want to read the play or the novel first…
The thing I love most about the Wait for You series by J. Lynn are the male main characters. These guys are gorgeous, a little cocky, but kind and loving. They would be too good to be true if they didn’t have their own flaws and a few secrets, which is likely why the author ensured the men weren’t perfect. However that is not the most important thing, but rather how these guys treat the women in the books: