Friday, 29 September 2017
Weekend Blog Hops - 29 September 2017
Have you ever slept with a favorite, beloved book under your pillow, or cradled in your arms?
No. Although I do most of my reading in bed, I always pop the book (or e-reader) onto the bedside table before I turn off the light.
The world spun tighter on its axis when the Kovrovs came to visit.
From page 56:
He was overdressed, buzzing with his parents warnings and admonitions, but it was a gorgeous day, and he got out of his head watching it.
Luke can uncross almost any curse—they unravel themselves for him like no one else. So working for the Kovrovs, one of the families controlling all the magic in New York, is exciting and dangerous, especially when he encounters the first curse he can't break. And it involves Jeremy, the beloved, sheltered prince of the Kovrov family—the one boy he absolutely shouldn't be falling for.
Jeremy's been in love with cocky, talented Luke since they were kids. But from their first kiss, something's missing. Jeremy's family keeps generations of deadly secrets, forcing him to choose between love and loyalty. As Luke fights to break the curse, a magical, citywide war starts crackling, and it's tied to Jeremy.
This might be the one curse Luke can't uncross. If true love's kiss fails, what's left for him and Jeremy?
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This sounds so good, I hope you enjoy it. I'm reading The Scandal by Fredrik Backman today.ReplyDelete
Thanks. Just getting into it now!Delete
I really like the first line. I would keep reading.ReplyDelete
Is it told from both points of view?
Yes. I'm only just starting it, but it appears to be dual POV.Delete
This one looks interesting. Thanks for mentioning it.ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by, Breana.Delete
Great beginning. I really want to know more. :D
Mine is Anne Frank's story, since I just got back from Amsterdam. :D
Find it here: http://bit.ly/2xFwmq9
Thanks! Enjoy your weekend!
Thanks for the visit!Delete
You have left me wanting more!! :-) Sounds good! Happy weekend!ReplyDelete
Thanks. Same to you.Delete
Sounds like a fun one! Enjoy~ReplyDelete
Thanks. Happy Hopping!Delete
I love the surreal cover....and the snippets drew me in. Thanks for sharing, and here's mine: “SAY YOU’RE SORRY”ReplyDelete
Thanks for the visit!Delete
The opening sentence would make me want to read more.ReplyDelete
Halloween Book Bingo
Thanks for stopping by. Happy Hopping!Delete
I like the sound of this one. Magic and romance will draw me in every time. I hope you enjoy this one!ReplyDelete
I'm like you when it comes to reading in bed. I generally put my book or e-reader on my nightstand before falling asleep.
I'd be too worried about creasing the cover or pages to keep it in bed with me! :)Delete
That is definitely an opening sentence that would keep me reading! I am loving the cover too, it's beautiful.ReplyDelete
Hi Tas. Thanks for stopping by!Delete
This sounds really interesting! Thanks for sharing! Have a great weekend! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks, Ashley. You too!Delete
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(I deleted my previous comment because of typos. GRRR!)ReplyDelete
You know, now that I'm an adult, I make sure to put a book I've been reading in bed on my night table before nodding off. But when I was a kid, and really LOVED a book, I would intentionally sleep with it in my arms. Lol.
That book you're reading has a GORGEOUS cover! Hope you're enjoying it!
Thanks for commenting on my BBH post!! Have a WONDERFUL weekend!! <3 :)
Thanks for stopping by, Maria. See you again next week!Delete
Oh my gosh, that 56 is gorgeous. I adore the writing already. Hope you enjoy your week!ReplyDelete
Thanks Alicia. Happy Reading!Delete
I definitely want to know more! :)ReplyDelete
Lauren @ Always Me
Thanks for the visit, Lauren.Delete
Great blog hop answer Nicki, thank you so much for stopping by my blog hop last week.ReplyDelete