Girlfriend in a Coma – Book Review

Girlfriend in a Coma

 

This is my first installment in the Re-read Challenge since signing up or it in January, and here’s what I’ve learned through this challenge so far: I am great at rereading books and terrible at writing about them. I originally committed to 12 books, but I think I’m going to scale back to 6, which puts me at least a little bit more on track…

But anyway. Let’s talk about Girlfriend in a Coma. It’s a weird one, but a good one. 

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Destined to Last

 

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Lady Kate Cole was a young woman of exceptional beauty, extraordinary talent, and notable charm. She was also a woman so remarkably prone to accidents that it was generally considered wise to keep as much distance from her as possible.

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Glass Sword – Book Review

Glass Sword

 

Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Published: 02/09/2016

Summary:  Mare Barrow’s blood is red—the color of common folk—but her Silver ability, the power to control lightning, has turned her into a weapon that the royal court tries to control. The crown calls her an impossibility, a fake, but as she makes her escape from Maven, the prince—the friend—who betrayed her, Mare uncovers something startling: she is not the only one of her kind.

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Tapped – Book Review

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Tapped

Title: Tapped
Series: Love on the Rocks #1
Author: Cora Cade
Genre: Contemporary Romance 
Release Date: June 17, 2016

Blurb

One night is all she expected.Georgia Burke is on a mission to find a sexy one night stand. After she catches her cheating ex with her friend, in Georgia’s apartment no less, she visits her brother in his sleepy lakeside town to regroup. Her first night at Fox Lake and she finds the Drunken Duck pub and puts her plan into motion. Almost.

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My Dead World – Book Review

My Dead World

 

Title: My Dead World

Author: Jacqueline Druga

Published: June, 2016

Rating: 3/5

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Since childhood, Nila Carter is made to spend every weekend at the family cabin. In her teenage years she believes it to be a prison, as an adult it becomes her sanctuary and means to survive.

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The Assassin Game – Book Review

The Assassin Game

 

Cate would do just about anything to be made a member of the Assassin’s Guild at her boarding school. Every year the Assassin’s Guild plays a game called Killer. Throughout the year, one killer will “kill” other members of the Guild. Whoever can guess who the killer is before getting killed themselves wins.

The staff knows about the game, but since it’s usually pretty harmless they let it continue as long as it doesn’t get too out-of-hand or disruptive. This year’s game begins just like any other and Cate is very excited to finally be included. Soon, however, the game starts to take a sinister turn and the Guild will need to figure out if someone’s taking their role as killer a little too seriously or if somebody else has decided to join without an invitation.

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Crime Wave

 

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Maggie Thomas doesn’t know the first thing about being a private eye. She quickly discovers that running her uncle’s faltering Miami Beach P.I. agency is nothing like watching detective show reruns. Even the private eye app on her iPhone can’t help.

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Lamentation – Book Review

Lamentation

 

Like his other five books in the Tudor series, C.J. Sanson’s Lamentation is an enthralling, if not long, work of historical fiction. You have Queen Katherine Parr, the king, the court, Matthew Shardlake attorney, and a host of others.

The book Lamentation of a Sinner, written by the queen is stolen one night from a locked chest while the queen is visiting the king. The queen enlists Shardlake to find the book. The book, while not heretical, could be used by her enemies at court to convince the king to be rid of her and her reformist views.

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