Waiting On Wednesday (180) The Devil You Know by Trish Doller @TrishDoller

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Waiting On Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking The Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we are eagerly anticipating.

Wednesday is my absolute favorite day of the week because I get to share the books that I am super excited about and can't wait to read.

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Expected publication: June 2nd 2015 by Bloomsbury USA Childrens

Synopsis from Goodreads:

Eighteen-year-old Arcadia wants adventure. Living in a tiny Florida town with her dad and four-year-old brother, Cadie spends most of her time working, going to school, and taking care of her family. So when she meets two handsome cousins at a campfire party, she finally has a chance for fun. They invite her and friend to join them on a road trip, and it's just the risk she's been craving-the opportunity to escape. But what starts out as a fun, sexy journey quickly becomes dangerous when she discovers that one of them is not at all who he claims to be. One of them has deadly intentions.

A road trip fling turns terrifying in this contemporary story that will keep readers on the edge of their seats.

I remember when I added this to my Goodreads tbr (waaaay back when) this was titled Arcadia. Does anyone else remember that? I enjoyed reading Trish Doller's two previous books, and I can't wait to read this one!

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Movie Review: Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit Vs. 3 Days to Kill


Title: Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Director: Kenneth Branagh
Runtime: 1 hour 58 minutes
Starring: Chris Pine, Keira Knightley, Kevin Costner
Release Date: January 17, 2014

Title: 3 Days To Kill
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Director: McG
Runtime: 1 hour 57 minutes
Starring: Kevin Costner
Release Date: February 21, 2014

My Thoughts:

I recently watched 2 Kevin Costner movies on back to back nights. I definitely preferred watching 3 Days to Kill over Jack Ryan. I really loved Kevin Costner's character, and I liked how he tried so hard to be a good father, even though his daughter was giving him such a hard time. The combination of humor and violence throughout the movie was a great mix. The movie had a human element to it that was missing in Jack Ryan, and that made me feel connected to the characters and care about what happened to them. Overall, 3 Days to Kill was very entertaining and a great way to spend an evening.

The main reason I didn't like Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit was because I never felt anything for the characters. The story was too technical and more focused on the mission rather than the characters, so I was never able to connect with any of them. Keira Knightley was brought in as the love interest and (I believe) to add a human element to the story, but her appearance failed to inspire any feelings in me. In the end, the movie was just not very exciting and had one dimensional characters.

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Waiting On Wednesday (179) Killer Within (Killer Instinct #2) by S.E. Green @SEGreenAuthor

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Waiting On Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking The Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we are eagerly anticipating.

Wednesday is my absolute favorite day of the week because I get to share the books that I am super excited about and can't wait to read.

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Expected publication: May 19th 2015 by Simon Pulse

Synopsis from Goodreads:

In the heart-pounding sequel, teen vigilante Lane must face the secrets and unexpected consequences that arise in the wake of her first kill.

It’s been three months since the sadistic Decapitator’s demise, and Lane feels both closer to and more alienated than ever from her united, grieving family. Haunted by conflicting memories, she resumes the role of Masked Savior vigilante—but her heart just isn’t in it. For Lane now knows the rush of deeper thrills. Darker thrills. And a growing part of her wants to revisit its seductive power.

To Lane’s chagrin, the Masked Savior inspires its own fan site, where groupies gather online to praise, document, and debate each delivered act of justice. But then one of Lane’s secret admirers becomes a cunning copycat, assaulting the defenseless with escalating violence. And Lane suspects someone is spying on her, edging closer to making contact-someone who knows her secrets.

Will Lane be able to stop the copycat and keep her identity protected? Or will she give in to the thrills that tempt her? Because as her life continues to unravel, the revelations shake Lane to her core.

I enjoyed reading Killer Instinct because it was so different. I'm looking forward to reading the sequel, Killer Within.

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Review: City Love (City Love #1) by Susane Colasanti

City LoveCity Love (City Love #1) by Susane Colasanti

Publication Date: April 21, 2015
Page Count: 336
Published by: Katherine Tegen Books
Source: eArc received from publisher in exchange for an honest review

Synopsis from Goodreads:

Sadie, Darcy, and Rosanna are living together in New York City the summer before their freshman year of college begins. With no parents, no rules, and an entire city to explore, these three girls are on the verge of the best summer of their lives.

Sadie is a native New Yorker. She is hopeful, romantic, and an eternal optimist who is ready to find her soul mate. Then she meets her dream boy: cute, funny, and quirky in all the right ways. The chemistry between them is unreal. Could he be the one?

Darcy is a free spirit from SoCal with rebellious tendencies and unlimited financial resources. Moving to New York City is just another adventure for her. Darcy wants this summer to be all about boy adventures—nothing serious. But how much fun is too much?

Rosanna leaves Chicago for NYC so she can put her past behind her and reinvent herself. The only thing standing in her way is the grand total of seventy-three cents she has saved. Then she meets a guy who wants to show her the glamorous side of New York—a side that she would never get to experience on her own. If Rosanna doesn't resist, she may find herself in city love.

Told from alternating points of view, City Love captures the moments in each girl's life when everything is thrilling, amazing, and terrifying all at once . . . in a way it will never be again.

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Unfortunately, this book did nothing for me. I didn't care for the characters, and the story really lacked substance. I don't know if it was because I expected so much more, but City Love was really disappointing to me.

Told in alternating chapters, I found it was pretty easy to keep track of which girl’s story I was reading. For the most part I thought the girls were different enough, but at times they seemed like some weird combination of each other because they had the same thoughts and feelings. All 3 girls were likable, but they were also immature and quite naïve. I thought they had too much of a romantic outlook on life, and they needed a huge dose of reality. I also didn't like how absolutely boy crazy they were.

I really didn't feel anything for the boys. I thought they were stereotypes, and most of what happened with them was quite predictable.

I read her blog, so I can fully understand the love that Susane Colasanti has for New York, and it really comes through in this story. I just had a problem with how the city love took over the story and was bigger than the girls and their friendship.

I expected so much more than 3 silly girls who talk a big show, but end up being defined by their relationships with boys. I hope things change in the next book, because I really would like to see the girls grow as characters, learn how to stand on their own, and figure out what they truly want for themselves. I've read other Colasanti books that I enjoyed more, but I'm still willing to continue reading this series to find out what happens next.

If you have read any of Susane Colasanti's books before, then you may enjoy reading City Love (if you can get past the insta-friendship, insta-love, and soul mate references.)

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Trailer Reveal: Nowhere But Here by Katie McGarry

I am absolutely thrilled to bring you the Trailer Reveal for Katie McGarry's NOWHERE BUT HERE! NOWHERE BUT HERE is a Young Adult Contemporary Romance being published by Harlequin Teen and is a part of Katie McGarry’s Thunder Road Series. It is being released on May 26th, 2015!!

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Waiting On Wednesday (178) Nowhere But Here (Thunder Road #1) by Katie McGarry @KatieMcGarry

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Waiting On Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking The Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we are eagerly anticipating.

Wednesday is my absolute favorite day of the week because I get to share the books that I am super excited about and can't wait to read.

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Expected publication: May 26th 2015 by Harlequin Teen

Synopsis from Goodreads:

An unforgettable new series from acclaimed author Katie McGarry about taking risks, opening your heart and ending up in a place you never imagined possible.

Seventeen-year-old Emily likes her life the way it is: doting parents, good friends, good school in a safe neighborhood. Sure, she's curious about her biological father—the one who chose life in a motorcycle club, the Reign of Terror, over being a parent—but that doesn't mean she wants to be a part of his world. But when a reluctant visit turns to an extended summer vacation among relatives she never knew she had, one thing becomes clear: nothing is what it seems. Not the club, not her secret-keeping father and not Oz, a guy with suck-me-in blue eyes who can help her understand them both.

Oz wants one thing: to join the Reign of Terror. They're the good guys. They protect people. They're…family. And while Emily—the gorgeous and sheltered daughter of the club's most respected member—is in town, he's gonna prove it to her. So when her father asks him to keep her safe from a rival club with a score to settle, Oz knows it's his shot at his dream. What he doesn't count on is that Emily just might turn that dream upside down.

No one wants them to be together. But sometimes the right person is the one you least expect, and the road you fear the most is the one that leads you home.

Squee! I am SO excited about starting this new series from Katie McGarry. A motorcycle club is definitely different for a YA book.

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Review: The Queen of Bright and Shiny Things by Ann Aguirre

The Queen of Bright and Shiny ThingsThe Queen of Bright and Shiny Things by Ann Aguirre

Publication Date: April 7, 2015
Page Count: 332
Published by: Feiwel & Friends
Source: eArc received from publisher in exchange for an honest review

Synopsis from Goodreads:

Sage Czinski is trying really hard to be perfect. If she manages it, people won't peer beyond the surface, or ask hard questions about her past. She's learned to substitute causes for relationships, and it's working just fine . . . until Shane Cavendish strolls into her math class. He's a little antisocial, a lot beautiful, and everything she never knew she always wanted.

Shane Cavendish just wants to be left alone to play guitar and work on his music. He's got heartbreak and loneliness in his rearview mirror, and this new school represents his last chance. He doesn't expect to be happy; he only wants to graduate and move on. He never counted on a girl like Sage.

But love doesn't mend all broken things, and sometimes life has to fall apart before it can be put back together again. . . .

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I enjoyed reading The Queen of Bright and Shiny Things more than I thought I would. For some reason it took me a bit of time to really get into the story, but once it got going my curiosity took over and I had to keep reading to find out what happened next. I ended up really enjoying the story and the characters.

I liked that the main characters and their friends were well-developed. It was great to have reasons and motivations behind everyone's actions. I liked Sage well enough, and I was really intrigued in her back story, which was revealed slowly throughout the book. Sage's idea of the post-it notes and her need to make others feel good about themselves was something that I really liked about her. Of course I loved Shane. Who wouldn't??? He was really the most likable character in the story, and I couldn't help but feel a little bit protective of him. I felt sorry for his crappy life, and the parent in me wanted to jump in and hug him and do something to really help him out.

Despite what I would consider insta-love, I thought the romance between Shane and Sage was sweet, and I liked them together. I also liked how they both helped and supported each other throughout the book. They became very important to each other in a short period of time. There was a bit of drama in their relationship, but it was normal teenage stuff and wasn't too angsty.

The Queen of Bright and Shiny Things had a terrific plot, wonderful writing, and really great characters. Anyone who likes YA contemporary romances that deal with a bit of a serious subject matter may enjoy reading this book.

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Movie Review: The Best of Me


Title: The Best Of Me
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Director: Michael Hoffman
Runtime: 1 hour 58 minutes
Starring: James Marsden, Michelle Monaghan, Luke Bracey, and Liana Liberato
Release Date: October 17, 2014

I haven't watched all of Nicholas Spark's adaptations, but The Best Of Me was certainly typical of what I have seen. While it tried really hard to be charming and romantic, it mostly came off as weepy and sentimental and full of clichés.

I don't expect a lot out of movies like this. I just want to be entertained. And I did enjoy The Best of Me, at least until the last 10 minutes or so. The story leading up to THAT ending was pretty good.

Did it make me cry?

Only figuratively, due to the injustice and because I fell for what I thought would be a happy ending.

Would I read the book?
Uhm, no. Not with that ending, because I have a tendency to get emotional and cry. It's not pretty.

Would I recommend watching it?

Yes, but only if you've seen other movies by this author. At least you'll know what to expect.

Would I watch it again?

I think it's definitely worth watching again, but I don't think it will ever become one of my favorites.

There were parts of this movie that I really enjoyed. I liked the younger Amanda and Dawson as a couple more than I did the older version. And I liked the older Dawson best of all. On a totally shallow note, I certainly enjoyed looking at both versions of Dawson. Ahem. Shallow moment over.


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Review: The Truth About Us by Janet Gurtler

The Truth About UsThe Truth About Us by Janet Gurtler

Publication Date: April 7, 2015
Page Count: 320
Published by:  Sourcebooks Fire
Source: eArc received from publisher in exchange for an honest review

Synopsis from Goodreads:

The truth is that Jess knows she screwed up.
She's made mistakes, betrayed her best friend, and now she's paying for it. Her dad is making her spend the whole summer volunteering at the local soup kitchen.

The truth is she wishes she was the care-free party-girl everyone thinks she is.
She pretends it's all fine. That her "perfect" family is fine. But it's not. And no one notices the lie...until she meets Flynn. He's the only one who really sees her. The only one who listens.

The truth is that Jess is falling apart – and no one seems to care.
But Flynn is the definition of "the wrong side of the tracks." When Jess's parents look at him they only see the differences-not how much they need each other. They don't get that the person who shouldn't fit in your world... might just be the one to make you feel like you belong.

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The Truth About Us presents readers with several important social issues which were dealt with in a realistic manner. If you follow my blog at all, you may know that I love contemporary YA. I don't make any secret of that. I also prefer to read a lighter story, so this book was a great choice for me because it wasn't a heavy handed 'issues' book.

Jess was just an okay character to me. I did appreciate that she grew throughout the book, and she learned to take responsibility for her actions. She was pretty shallow at first, so I was glad she was able to change. Flynn seemed almost too perfect, and I really liked him up to a certain point. But then I just couldn't figure out the reasons for some of his actions and his likability went down for me. What really saved this book for me were 2 secondary characters that I enjoyed very much - Kyle and Wilf. You'll have to read the book to find out why I liked them so much!

The Truth About Us takes a hard and honest look at friendship and family, and taking responsibility for your actions. I thought it had wonderful writing and a varied cast of characters. This was the first book I have read from Janet Gurtler, but it won't be the last.

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Release Week Blitz: The Queen of Bright and Shiny Things by Ann Aguirre @MsAnnAguirre

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I am extremely excited to bring you the Release Week Blitz for Ann Aguirre's THE QUEEN OF BRIGHT AND SHINY THINGS!! THE QUEEN OF BRIGHT AND SHINY THINGS is a Young Adult Contemporary Romance published by Macmillan!! Grab your copy today!



About THE QUEEN OF BRIGHT AND SHINY THINGS:

Sage Czinski is trying really hard to be perfect. If she manages it, people won’t peer beyond the surface, or ask hard questions about her past. She’s learned to substitute causes for relationships, and it’s working just fine… until Shane Cavendish strolls into her math class. He’s a little antisocial, a lot beautiful, and everything she never knew she always wanted.

Shane Cavendish just wants to be left alone to play guitar and work on his music. He’s got heartbreak and loneliness in his rearview mirror, and this new school represents his last chance. He doesn’t expect to be happy; he only wants to graduate and move on. He never counted on a girl like Sage.

But love doesn’t mend all broken things, and sometimes life has to fall apart before it can be put back together again…

Excerpt:

When I walk past the music room, I hear something that stills me in my tracks. People push past; I've become a rock in the middle of a rushing stream, but I can't move. Then someone shoves me from behind, not on purpose, but the result is the same. I slam into the lockers past the classroom and bounce. The underclassmen who were wrestling don't even notice that my brain has stopped firing.

Shane Cavendish plays like it's his reason for living.

I don't write that on the Post-it, of course. That would just get him beaten up even harder. Instead I scrawl, You’re awesome on the guitar, because the jocks might think that’s cool and leave him the hell alone. It's a long shot, as I don't have any particular cred with their crew, but being a musician is pretty spectacular. I can't breathe for how good—how remarkably talented—he is. And I suspect that if he found out anyone was paying attention, he'd stop playing.

Backtracking to his locker will make me late for class, but it's worth it. I stick the note just below the vents, as I always do, but this time it feels weightier, more somehow, like this is a turning point. Shaking off the odd sensation, I dodge into Econ with a mumbled excuse. Sadly, it holds no weight with Mrs. Palmer. Unlike the male teachers, she isn't impressed with talk of 'female problems', so I get my first detention of the year, only the second I've ever had.

Since tomorrow is Friday and I have standing plans with Ryan, I ask, “Can I just get it over with tonight?”

I calculate; school lets out at 2:45. An hour of sitting in silence, and I’m supposed to be at work at four. If I hurry, I can still make my shift at the Curly Q. Which sounds like a diner, but it's actually a hair salon. I'm not qualified to do anything but wash hair, sweep up, and answer the phone, but it's better than fast food. I work two afternoons a week from four to eight, which earns me spending money for the week. Since I'm under eighteen, I get paid fifty cents an hour less than an adult; that makes me a bargain. After detention ends, I’ll just need to ride hard to keep Mildred from yelling at me.

Mrs. Palmer glances up from scribbling down my doom. “Can you get a ride home?”

“Yeah.”

I’ve always got my bike out front, and the town is small enough that I can ride anywhere I need to go from school. This is the one positive aspect of living in a tiny berg like this, especially given my opinion of privately-owned fossil fuel burning vehicles, which covers nicely for my lingering fear.



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About Ann Aguirre:

Ann Aguirre is a New York Times & USA Today bestselling author and RITA winner with a degree in English Literature; before she began writing full time, she was a clown, a clerk, a voice actress, and a savior of stray kittens, not necessarily in that order. She grew up in a yellow house across from a cornfield, but now she lives in sunny Mexico with her husband, children, and various pets. Ann likes books, emo music, action movies, and she writes all kinds of genre fiction for adults and teens, published with Harlequin, Macmillan, and Penguin, among others.



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Waiting On Wednesday (177) The Remedy (The Program 0.5) by Suzanne Young @suzanne_young

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Waiting On Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking The Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we are eagerly anticipating.

Wednesday is my absolute favorite day of the week because I get to share the books that I am super excited about and can't wait to read.

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Expected publication: April 21st 2015 by Simon Pulse

Synopsis from Goodreads:

In a world before The Program…

Quinlan McKee is a closer. Since the age of seven, Quinn has held the responsibility of providing closure to grieving families with a special skill—she can “become” anyone.

Recommended by grief counselors, Quinn is hired by families to take on the short-term role of a deceased loved one between the ages of fifteen and twenty. She’s not an exact copy, of course, but she wears their clothes and changes her hair, studies them through pictures and videos, and soon, Quinn can act like them, smell like them, and be them for all intents and purposes. But to do her job successfully, she can’t get attached.

Now seventeen, Quinn is deft at recreating herself, sometimes confusing her own past with those of the people she’s portrayed. When she’s given her longest assignment, playing the role of Catalina Barnes, Quinn begins to bond with the deceased girl’s boyfriend. But that’s only the beginning of the complications, especially when Quinn finds out the truth about Catalina’s death. And the epidemic it could start.

Squee! I can't wait to read this!!!

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Spotlight On: The Truth About Us by Janet Gurtler




Sourcebooks Fire

April, 7 2015


Praise for Janet Gurtler

“Just right for fans of Sarah Dessen and Jodi Picoult.” –Booklist

“Powerful…a gripping read.” VOYA

Book Info:

Flynn’s from the wrong side of the tracks, but he may be just right for Jess…

The truth is that Jess knows she’s screwed up. She’s made mistakes, even betrayed her best friend, and now she’s paying for it. Her dad is making her spend the whole summer volunteering at the local soup kitchen.

The truth is that she wishes she was the carefree party girl everyone thinks she is. She pretends it’s all fine. That her “perfect” family is fine. But it’s not. And no one notices the lie…until she meets Flynn. He’s the only one who really sees her. The only one who really listens.

The truth is that Jess is falling apart, and no one seems to care. But Flynn is the definition of “the wrong side of the tracks.” When Jess’s parents look at him, they only see their differences, not how much she and Flynn need each other. They don’t get that the person who shouldn’t fit into your world might just be the one who makes you feel like you belong.



JANET GURTLER:

RITA Award finalist Janet Gurtler’s young adult books have been chosen for the Junior Library Guild Selection and as Best Books For Teens from the Canadian Children’s Book Center. She has had her writing compared to Judy Blume and Jodi Picoult and that makes her happy. She has volunteered at a few soup kitchens and hopes to do more. Giving back is so important. Janet lives in Okotoks, Alberta, Canada, with her husband, son, and a chubby black Chihuahua named Bruce.




Excerpt:

The greenhouse is sort of shaped like an old barn. It’s opaque with plastic and steel siding. The door is open, and I follow Wilf inside and pause and then breathe it in. The smell nourishes me. Moist air fills my lungs. I’ve forgotten how much the scents of greenery soothe me. It reminds me of different times. Simpler times.

“Nice,” I tell him, looking around at rows of plants on tabletops and plants stacked on the floor. I realize I’ve missed the satisfaction of nurturing plants.

There’s a man on a ladder in the middle of the greenhouse, fixing a shelf, with his back to us. A little boy stands at the bottom of the ladder, watching. Wilf walks over and pats his head and kneels down to his level. “How are ya, big guy?”

The little boy stands taller and giggles and holds out his hand. He’s got it wrapped tightly around a plastic blue train.

The man on the ladder turns and looks down at me. My heart stops.

It’s not a man at all. It’s him.

Flynn.

My face burns.

“What are you doing here?” he asks.

Wilf frowns and then looks at me. “What’s up with you kids these days? In my time, we treated nice--looking young ladies with respect,” he says to Flynn gruffly. “Flynn, this is Jess. She volunteers here.”

I say a silent thank--you to him for calling me nice--looking and glance back at Flynn.

“Since when?” he asks.

“Since now. How about, ‘hello, nice to meet you’?” Wilf says to prompt both of us. “Is that so hard?”

“We’ve already met,” Flynn says.

My cheeks stay on fire as he climbs down the ladder.

“The shelf is fixed,” he says to Wilf. “Slumming?” he adds to me as he jumps to the floor. He folds up the ladder and then leans it against a counter lined with plants.

The little boy stares back and forth.

I try to think of something light and witty to save the moment, but my mind is blank. Instead, I panic. “What’d you do to get stuck working at this place?” I say, channeling my inner Nance.

“What’d I do?” He stares at me and then his lips turn up. “I didn’t have the right daddy, I guess. I’m here to have lunch. With my little brother. I’m not a volunteer.”

My stomach drops. Fail. Epic fail.


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Waiting On Wednesday (176) Lion Heart (Scarlet #3) by A.C. Gaughen @acgaughen

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Waiting On Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking The Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we are eagerly anticipating.

Wednesday is my absolute favorite day of the week because I get to share the books that I am super excited about and can't wait to read.

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Lion Heart (Scarlet #3) by A.C. Gaughen
Expected publication: May 19th 2015 by Bloomsbury USA Childrens

Synopsis from Goodreads:

The eagerly-awaited conclusion to the Scarlet trilogy delivers another action-packed and romance-filled adventure.

Scarlet has captured the hearts of readers as well as the heart of Robin Hood, and after ceaseless obstacles and countless threats, readers will finally find out the fate of the Lady Thief.

Imprisoned by Prince John for months, Scarlet finds herself a long way from Nottinghamshire. After a daring escape from the Prince's clutches, she learns that King Richard’s life is in jeopardy, and Eleanor of Aquitaine demands a service Scarlet can’t refuse: spy for her and help bring Richard home safe. But fate—and her heart—won’t allow her to stay away from Nottinghamshire for long, and together, Scarlet and Rob must stop Prince John from going through with his dark plans for England. They can not rest until he’s stopped, but will their love be enough to save them once and for all?

I am so excited about reading the conclusion of this series! Please, please let it be jam packed with all sorts of awesome.

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