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The Kiss of Deception by Mary E. Pearson Review

"It can take years to mold a dream. It takes only a fraction of a second for it to be shattered."  Upon opening the first page of the Kiss of Deception, Lia instantly pulled me onto her journey as she escaped an arranged marriage. Unlike other princesses, who lived a privileged life, she willingly adapt to her surroundings without any ounce of complain. She sassed ignorant headed men, waited tables, and lived life to the fullest. Once she set her heart to something, she does not change it, especially when it comes to love.

Four by Veronica Roth Review

"Fear doesn't shut you down...It wakes you up." - Four Ever wonder how Four lived prior to meeting Tris? Now in Four: A Divergent Collection readers get to hear his story told strictly from his perspective. 

Dreaming of You by Lisa Kleypas Review

"This isn't happening at all. You're just visiting a dream of mine." - Sara Fielding On a research trip, novelist Sara Fielding saved the live of Derek Craven, a renown owner of a gambling club. This chance encounter would forever seal their fate.

Series I can't wait to start reading | Talk Thursday

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1st Unboxing & Sept Book Haul

Video: First Unboxing and September Book Haul

Blog Title Change

Currently I am in the process of renaming my blog. With that being said I am putting A Glimpse of Wonderland on the cutting board to see if there are any other titles that make blog sound more original. I have some ideas here and there, but none of them pop out yet.

Losing It by Cora Carmack Review

Entering her last year of college, Bliss determined to lose her v card (virginity). She spontaneously agreed to a one night stand with a mysterious stranger at a bar. Fast forward to the first day of class, she meets her new theater professor, who coincidentally be the same person she saw on her bed last night.

BookTube Introduction

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After the Rain by Renee Carlino Review

"In all my years, I've learned that life delivers many storms for us to weather. Some will be slow, brooding, quiet beasts, and other will be loud, thunderous, and frightening. But if you're willing to look close enough, no matter how devastating the storm may be, after the rain you'll always find a new life sprouting in the aftermath." - Edith
After the Rain touched my heart in so many ways. Contrary to the author previous works, I never really expected to be swept up into an emotional storm. My heartache for Ava and Nate.

Judge a Book Cover | Talk Thurday

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DNF: Not a Drop to Drink by Mindy McGinnis

The premise for Not a Drop to Dirnk by Mindy McGinnis distinct itself from other dystopian book, where society has a shorten water supply. Although it may seem very fiction, but this idea of water shorten is not make believe at all; it's actually one of the biggest environmental concern. I really wanted to see how the author spin off this problem.

Sept 2015 TBR

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Read First or Last Page First? | Talk Thurday

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