Book Thoughts: Heartless

HeartlessHeartless by Marissa Meyer

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I cannot remember another ending that has traumatized me so. I loved reading this book so much that I am quite glad that it is a stand alone. I could not possibly have taken any more of that ending. Even my review feels at a loss for words. The worst part is that you  dread the ending from the very beginning.

Jest may be my new favorite book boyfriend.OMG he was just…so ..pure. Although I really cannot give away the number one spot which now holds Wolf from Marissa Meyer’s Scarlet from the lunar chronicles.so I will just have Jest sit here on number Two.I could not stand Catherine sometimes because I feel like if she had just decided earlier .I know it was a tough situation but goodness.

Marissa Meyer however is now hands down my new favorite author next to Rainbow Rowell. I’ve been trying to note the authors so that I can begin to see my type of book pleasure. I used to devour books without even knowing who wrote them.That has got to stop!

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Book Thoughts: The Hating Game

The Hating GameThe Hating Game by Sally Thorne

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I told myself that this would be the book I read only and strictly for when stuck in traffic . oh puh lease. when I arrived at the 3/4 mark and my eyes turned toward Josh Templeman at his desk through the eyes of Lucy… I found myself here at 2 am reviewing this heaven sent book of pure gold. This book had me missing my boyfriend at every page. To sniff him again the same way Lucy breathes Josh. Oh Ladies. What more can I say to convince you to fall in love with this book like I did. Their intoxicating love is so worth the late night reading. I laughed and loved with Lucy in the wonderful Romantic Comedy. I even forgot to update my good reads after realizing that I couldn’t put this book down. Maybe you might be different from me but I simply enjoyed this delicious taste of strawberry shortcake.*wink*

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Book thoughts: A Man Called Ove

A Man Called OveA Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was an amazingly,practically perfect book in my opinion. I am so impressed. I wish I had this book for myself . I was completely lost into their world and loving the characters. I loved the sincerity of Ove and how his mind worked.The fact that good was always good and there was no excuses for wrong. He was like a secret, all of our secret. we know how awesome he is but no one else does except for the people who grows to love and know him. I loved this book and goodness the ending was well crafted and so not forced. IT just seemed like a natural ending to a good story. I didn’t feel like it should change, it just felt right.

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Book Thoughts:Love&Gelato

Love & GelatoLove & Gelato by Jenna Evans Welch

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Love&Gelato was everything it was suppose to be. The perfect contemporary, the perfect choice for a binge read till eye exhaustion. The perfect medication if you ever had to restart after a not so perfect experience. Any book set in Italy means put your feet up and relax. I enjoyed this book for helping me relax and giving me a free trip to Italy. who doesn’t want that? Ren was the perfect Italian on his scooter and the descriptions of food had me begging my kitchen ,pleading with it to produce anything good.

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CRAVING ICE-CREAM NOW!

Book Thoughts :Denton Little’s Deathdate

Denton Little's DeathdateDenton Little’s Deathdate by Lance Rubin

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

OH MY Goodness . I absolutely loved this book !! I couldn’t put it down just finished at 1 26 am. I never thought this book would be this good. I expected nothing but it was funny(ironically) and action packed! not to mention unique! I so enjoyed the friendship with Denton and Paolo. I didn’t enjoy his romantic relationship. That just felt like a waste of his last moments on earth. Wow I could have ended here but there’s a sequel? sure!

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Just one book binge read and I’m back on the reading train!