character with a disability
<— OMG SUPER-BARGAIN ALERT (well… for today anyway)!! And it (as well as the other book in this series) is a favorite amongst our crew!!!! I just one-clicked it SO HARD!!!! *claps* P.S. Book #3 is up for preorder.
Carla: Have you read The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang? …It’s kind of a mix of this book with pretty woman. I love it. I couldn’t even sleep till I finish it.
R. Renee: I listened to The Kiss Quotient audiobook on my drive to Dallas for Holidays with the Belles this weekend and loved it! I thought the narrator was fantastic for Stella.
<— DYSTOPIAN/POST-APOCALYPTIC ALERT (by one of our favorite authors!!) & book #3 – the conclusion!! – will be out in just a couple of weeks. OMG this sounds AH-MAAAAZING!!!! Forbidden love and all of that mixed in. YAY US!!
Jean: FLT: “They only take boys.” (Juniper Unraveling ARC by Keri Lake). I am absolutely loving this book! It kinda has an Until the End of the World feel. Soooo good! A little darker though…
Jessica: Ahhh! I loved book one. So happy there is more.
Amy needs our book help! Ooooh sounds like it could be a sort of love triangle?
I was wondering if you could help me figure out a book I can’t remember the name of.
It’s about a girl and she’s with one guy in the beginning, they break up and right after the break up he gets in a bad car accident.
He gets put in a rehab facility and she continues to help him out but in the meantime she meets a physical therapist who is wheelchair bound and a romance starts with him.
Anyone know it?
<— FIVE STARS OF FAN-FREAKING-TASTICNESS!!! Holy moly, you guys weren’t kidding!!! When the recommendations came in fast and furious, letting me know it was a MUST-READ,
Shara: Just finished the girl he used to know. Loved it! It was so beautifully written. Loved both the H/h. Definitely 5 stars for me. Highly recommend
Michele G: I finished The Girl He Used To Know yesterday afternoon. I absolutely loved it! It was primarily written from the POV of Annika which made the book so special because seeing things from her perspective was such a gift. It was helpful to get some chapters from Jonathan’s POV as well to better understand his thought processes as well. I just can’t sing enough praises – it was such a beautifully written, original story of not just love but hope.