Tuesday, March 4, 2014

New Releases 3/4/14

So many new releases this week!!  Lots of good ones I have been waiting for.
Can't Go Without by Angelisa Stone
This book was released on 3/1/14 and I had to opportunity to read and ARC and it is amazing!  I will post my review later this week, but let me just say I loved it.  It is the second in the Oasis Waterfall series, but can be read a standalone.  I highly recommend the first book though, Can't Go Home.
Can't Go Without Purchase Link
Crashed by K Bromberg
I have been waiting for this one since last year.  This is the conclusion to the Driven trilogy, which is definitely one of my favorite series.  The second book had a cliffhanger ending that almost killed me, but I just finished and Holy Cow!! Absolutely loved it.  Rylee Thomas is probably my favorite female character, she is strong, amazing and I love her!  Becks was fantastic in this book, I liked him before, but I love him now, I am really hoping that he gets his own book!!  Colton Donavan is still a hot alpha race car driver, but we do see glimpses of what's underneath all that and I loved it, and him!  The ending of this series was perfect.  I am so sad this series is over, but it could not have ended any better.
Crashed Purchase Link
Deceiving lies by Molly McAdams
This is the followup book to Forgiving Lies, which of course, was a cliffhanger!!  I really enjoyed and I can't wait to get the conclusion of Rachel and Kash's story
Deceiving Lies Purchase Link 
Toxic by Rachel Van Dyken
This is Gabe's story from Ruin.  It is a standalone, so you do not have to read Ruin to read Toxic, but, Ruin is fantastic and I absolutely recommend it.  We meet Gabe in Ruin, but so much is unknown so I am excited to delve deeper into his story.
Toxic Purchase Link
Four Years Later by Monica Murphy
Four Years Later is the fourth book in the One Week Girlfriend series. I really enjoyed this series, and this is Owens story, Fable's little brother.  My understanding is that this can be read as a standalone also. 
Four Years Later Purchase Link  

Sweet Little Thing by Renee Carlino
This is a novella, and I am usually not a fan of those, but this is the followup to Sweet Thing, and it was one of my favorite reads of 2013.  All the reviews have been great and it should be a perfect conclusion to the story.  I am very excited to read it
Sweet Little Thing Purchase Link 

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