Review: When You're Back by Abbi Glines

When You're Back by Abbi Glines
Series: Rosemary Beach #12
Genres: New Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Release Date: June 30, 2015 by Simon and Schuster
Format: Trade Paperback
Source: Purchased
Find it here: GoodReads | Amazon


From #1 New York Times bestselling author Abbi Glines comes the next new adult novel in her beloved Rosemary Beach series, which continues the story of Mase and Reese from When I’m Gone.

She was where my home would always be. 
It was time I took the next step and proved to her I was all in. 

A chance meeting in Rosemary Beach has turned into a fairy-tale romance as Reese prepares to move in with Mase on his family ranch in Texas. With the loving support of the Colts, and her recent discovery that she has family of her own, Reese can finally move on from the dark horrors of her past and into a bright future.

But Aida isn’t going to let that happen. The beautiful blonde has been raised to think of Mase as her cousin, but it’s clear to Reese that Aida doesn’t love Mase like a cousin should.

And then there’s Captain, the inescapable stranger who has connections in Dallas and Rosemary Beach—and who conveniently shows up wherever Reese happens to be. Hot, mysterious, and plain-speaking, Captain isn’t afraid to tell Reese what he thinks about Mase—and how he feels about her.

As the competition for Mase and Reese’s hearts heats up, Reese’s past begins to unravel, illuminating shocking truths that will forever change the lives of the happy couple—and set the final stories of Rosemary Beach in motion.

My Thoughts

Mase and Reese's story, which started in When I'm Gone, continues here and it's one filled with jealousy, secrets, and terrors from the past. 

Both Mase and Reese envision a future together but outside forces seem intent on planting seeds of doubt and mistrust. After a brief separation to visit family, Reese joins Mase at the ranch and it's there she meets Aida. Aida and Mase were raised as cousins, although there is no blood relation, and it quickly becomes apparent to Reese that Aida has set her sights on Mase and would much rather be kissing cousins.

Reese is determined to continue her efforts to learn and spread her wings and she accepts a job as the assistant to the wife of a fellow rancher. Her confidence blossoms as she pushes herself and it's there that she again encounters Blaire Finlay's brother, Captain. Despite his insistence that he's just being friendly, Reese is unnerved by his flirting and his comments meant to cast doubt on Mase's commitment to her.

I loved seeing Reese push her boundaries and taking more control of her life. There were times where her continued uncertainty about the depth of Mase's feelings for her was frustrating (what more can he do or say to show her he is head over heels in love?), but considering her background and the lack of any experience or role model it was understandable. I liked seeing her interactions with Mase's mother, Maryann, and found myself wishing for more. I did find it surprising that there was no mention of Reese continuing to work with a tutor/therapist for her dyslexia.

Mase is a character that is impossible not to love. He loves fiercely and was willing do anything for those he cared about. When Harlow was overwhelmed by Kiro's acting out, Mase was at her side. When Reese needed him, he was there for her. The few times Mase felt like he got his priorities wrong or let Reese down, he instantly made it right.

This was the first Rosemary Beach novel to actually not take place in Rosemary Beach and it was a refreshing change of scenery. New places, new people. Captain was intriguing and that plot twist has me dying to know about his background. And there's Vile Aida... she's like Vile Nan, Texas-style. Even as much as I enjoyed the new setting, I loved the trips back to Rosemary Beach and the appearance of the characters I've come to know and love (Grant and Harlow are just *the sweetest*).

When You're Back is very much a story of Reese and Mase navigating their still-new relationship, learning to trust, and understanding the commitment they have to one another. This is another compulsively readable entry into the Rosemary Beach series. And as long as Abbi keeps writing them I'll be reading them!
"Do you see me? This man in front of you will love you until the day he dies. You're my one, Reese. My one."
- Mase Colt Manning

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That's What *He* Said Thursday #03

That's What He Said Thursday is a weekly meme created 
and hosted bChapter Break. It's a fun way to share a quote 
from a favorite book boyfriend (aka male protagonist) to his girl.
For more info, just visit Chapter Break here.

This week's quote comes from The Bronze Horseman, my favorite book. 

Rose at Chapter Break shared a quote from TBH today 
and inspired me to do the same.  

“Tania, I was spellbound by you from the first moment I saw you. There I was, living my dissolute life, and war had just started. My entire base was in disarray, people were running around, closing accounts, taking money out, grabbing food out of stores, buying up the entire Gostiny Dvor, volunteering for the army, sending their kids to camp—” He broke off. “And in the middle of my chaos, there was you.” Alexander whispered passionately. “You were sitting alone on this bench, impossibly young, breathtakingly blonde and lovely, and you were eating ice cream with such abandon, such pleasure, such mystical delight that I could not believe my eyes. As if there were nothing else in the world on that summer Sunday.”

And just because it's The Bronze Horseman, and just because it's Alexander, 
and just because I can... I'm sharing a second quote:
“Tatiana, I love you. Do you hear me? I love you like I’ve never loved anyone in my whole life. Now, get up. For me, Tatia. For me, please get up and go take care of your sister. Go on. And I’ll take care of you.” His lips kissed her cheek.”

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Every Last Breath Release Blitz + Giveaway

I am super excited to be taking part in the Release Blitz for Jennifer L. Armentrout's Every Last Breath, the final book in the Dark Elements series.

The first two books were filled with action and romance and intrigue - and now it's coming to an end. This is an amazing series and if you're a fan of YA, paranormal, romance, action and suspense, or the talented Jennifer L. Armentrout... what are you waiting for? Pick up this series now and experience it for yourself. (And be sure to read to the end for a chance to win a complete SIGNED set of the Dark Elements series!)

The Epic Finale in Jennifer L. Armentrout’s 
Dark Elements Series...Who Will She Choose?

Every choice has consequences—but seventeen-year-old Layla faces tougher choices than most. Light or darkness. Wickedly sexy demon prince Roth, or Zayne, the gorgeous, protective Warden she never thought could be hers. Hardest of all, Layla has to decide which side of herself to trust.

Don't miss the conclusion to this stunning Young Adult Paranormal series filled with danger and romance published by HarlequinTEEN

“Armentrout is a major talent…I just can’t stop reading!”
--New York Times bestselling author Gena Showalter

“Armentrout works her magic with swoon-worthy guys and a twist you never see coming.”
--#1 New York Times bestselling author Abbi Glines on White Hot Kiss

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Enjoy this excerpt from Every Last Breath:

“Oh my God!” This time my hand connected with his arm. “You’re going to be in so much trouble, Roth!   So much trouble.”
He shrugged a shoulder. “Defended myself.”
“Defended myself.” I mimicked him, bopping my head back and forth. “You can’t just go around killing Alphas, Roth!”
“You killed those angels?” Stacey asked, so I guessed she did remember them.
He sent her an innocent grin. “Well, I didn’t, but…”
“Roth!” I shouted, backing away before I started choking the ever-loving life out of him. “This is not a joke. You—”
He was damn fast when he wanted to be. One second he was several feet away from me and the next he was there, clasping the sides of my face. He lowered his head so he was eye level with me. “There are rules, Shortie.”
“Rules that even the Alphas have to abide by. They cannot attack me without physical provocation. If they do, they tick the Boss off, and then the Boss retaliates in a way that makes what the Lilin could do look like child’s play. I’m not just some random demon. I’m the Crown Prince. They took a swing at me, and I defended myself. End of story.”
But he had provoked them—maybe not physically, but he wasn’t an innocent bystander in this. As the shock ebbed, there was a different kind of bitter pill to swallow. What if Roth had gotten his rules wrong? What if more Alphas were even now on the way to avenge their brethren?
“I’m going to be okay.” His eyes held mine as he stepped closer, lining his booted feet up with mine. “Nothing is going to happen to me. I promise.”
“You can’t make that promise,” I whispered, searching his gaze intently. “None of us can.”
His hands slid back and he curled his fingers in my loose hair. “I can.”
Those two words were like throwing down a gauntlet to the whole universe. I lowered my gaze as he dragged my hair back, tucking both sides behind my ears. It was then, as he slowly withdrew his hands, that I remembered we were not alone.
I jerked back and my gaze collided with Zayne’s. For a moment, I let myself really see Zayne. I hadn’t almost killed him. I had almost done something much, much worse than that. When a Warden lost their soul, they turned into a horrific creature. I knew that for a fact, because I’d seen what had happened to a Warden after their soul had been taken from them. I’d almost done that to Zayne, and he was still here, standing by my side.
A hole opened up in my chest as I saw the keen wariness in his stare. My stomach twisted something awful and I opened my mouth, but I didn’t know what to say. My heart and head were suddenly tearing in two very different directions. Fortunately, I didn’t get the chance to say anything.
“I leave you alone for a few hours, and you let Thumper fry and eat an Alpha.”
Yelping, I spun around as Stacey screamed. Cayman stood in the center of the destroyed living room. He’d come out of nowhere. Poof. There. He wore dark trousers and a white dress shirt he appeared to have gotten bored with when it came to buttoning it up, and his blond hair was loose around his angular face. When it came to the demon pecking order, Roth had once explained that as an Infernal Ruler, Cayman was middle management. He was kind of like the demon-of-all-trades, and I had a feeling he was more than just a…um, coworker of Roth’s. Whether Roth claimed it or not, they were friends.
“That was quick,” Roth commented, folding his arms across his chest.
Cayman shrugged. “It’s a sign of the times, man. It’ll probably be on some Alpha’s Facebook wall within the hour.”
Alphas had Facebook accounts?

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About Jennifer L. Armentrout: # 1 New York Times and # 1 International Bestselling author Jennifer lives in Martinsburg, West Virginia. All the rumors you’ve heard about her state aren’t true. When she’s not hard at work writing, she spends her time reading, watching really bad zombie movies, pretending to write, and hanging out with her husband and her Jack Russell Loki. Her dreams of becoming an author started in algebra class, where she spent most of her time writing short stories….which explains her dismal grades in math. Jennifer writes young adult paranormal, science fiction, fantasy, and contemporary romance. She is published with Spencer Hill Press, Entangled Teen and Brazen, Disney/Hyperion and Harlequin Teen. Her book Obsidian has been optioned for a major motion picture and her Covenant Series has been optioned for TV. Her young adult romantic suspense novel DON’T LOOK BACK was a 2014 nominated Best in Young Adult Fiction by YALSA. She also writes Adult and New Adult contemporary and paranormal romance under the name J. Lynn. She is published by Entangled Brazen and HarperCollins.

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Review: When I'm Gone by Abbi Glines

When I'm Gone by Abbi Glines
Series: Rosemary Beach #11
Genres: New Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Release Date: April 7, 2015 by Simon and Schuster
Format: Trade Paperback
Source: Purchased
Find it here: GoodReads | Amazon


From #1 New York Times bestselling author Abbi Glines comes the next new adult novel in the Rosemary Beach series, in which we meet Mase, a Texas heartthrob rancher first introduced in Take a Chance who comes to Rosemary Beach and stirs things up.

I had an urge to fix all her problems. Which was stupid. 
She was doing fine without me. But something about those big eyes…

Mase Colt-Manning has always preferred his humble life as a Texas rancher to his birthright as the son of a legendary rock star. In fact, he rarely visits his father’s rarefied world in Rosemary Beach, especially if it means bunking at his vile half-sister Nan’s house—until one visit leads to a chance encounter with a young, gorgeous house maid who awakens him with her off-key but spirited imitation of a country music star.

Reese Ellis finally has her freedom. After escaping a lifetime of abuse from her parents and classmates for an undiagnosed learning disorder, she seizes the opportunity to be a house maid to some of the richest families in Rosemary Beach. But her job is in jeopardy when she causes an accident at the home of her most important client, Nan Dillon. When a hot, half-naked stranger with a cowboy’s swagger comes to her rescue, she’s intrigued—then afraid once he shows his own interest. Reese has never met a trustworthy man in her life. Will Mase be any different? 

My Thoughts

My love for the Rosemary Beach series knows no bounds and I'm actually running out of superlatives when it comes to review time. I always know what I'm going to get when I pick up the latest entry and Abbi never disappoints. I've been excited for Mase's story and When I'm Gone delivered big time, while introducing a woman that will change Mase's life forever.

It was impossible not to love Reese and really root for her. This was a young woman who had known nothing but cruelty and neglect and abuse and had never had someone to encourage and support her. Despite that, Reese never became bitter but instead has maintained her sweet nature and good heart. Her background, coupled with an undiagnosed learning disorder has left her feeling distrustful and ashamed, but that hasn't stopped her from gaining her independence and supporting herself. Cleaning the homes of Rosemary Beach's wealthiest residents isn't her dream job, but she's good at it and takes pride in her work. And it's there she meets Mase Colt Manning.

Mase is visiting Rosemary Beach from his family ranch in Dallas when he meets Reese. And she makes an instant impression. Fans of the series will remember how protective Mase was of his sister Harlow in Take a Chance and One More Chance. Mase will do anything to protect and care for those few that he holds dear and that extends to Reese here - in a big way. From taking her to the hospital for stitches to shielding her from the wrath of Nan, Mase's protective nature is in full effect. And it had me falling for him hook, line and sinker.

Reese struggles at times but she is a real fighter and tries so hard. I loved that about her. Mase became the man who took the time to see Reese's good heart and did his best to show her she was worthy of love and kindness. The steps he took to help her overcome her learning disability, giving her an opportunity to help herself... how can you not love this man? Mase fights for Reese but will Reese's insecurities allow her to fight for Mase?

The relationship between Reese and Mase is one that brings on all the swoony feels. This isn't a case of insta-love. Instead, there is a friendship first and their relationship develops over time through their phone calls and Mase's visits back to Rosemary Beach. I loved seeing Reese's trust in Mase and her willingness to open up to him. And Mase's utter devotion to this girl who took him by surprise and made him want to be the only one to love and comfort her was enough to turn me into a sappy pile of mush. I was desperate for a happily ever after for these two special people.

Mase and Reese's story continues in When You're Back and I can't wait to see what the future has in store for them.

I leave you with a little example of all that is Mase Colt Manning:
"You are perfect. So perfect that you take my breath away. I'm completely obsessed with you. You're all I see anymore, Reese. Nothing about you is broken. Please, don't let me ever hear you say that again. I want you to see yourself the way I do. This breathtaking beauty who has me so completely fascinated. She's a fighter. She's strong. She's fun, and she is kind and honest. She doesn't judge others. She accepts people for who they are. She doesn't expect anything but gives beauty to the world around her freely. That is who I see, Reese. That is who you are. See that, too, sweetheart. Please, see that, too."

Are you also a fan of the Rosemary Beach series? Have you read Abbi's Sea Breeze series? I'd love to hear about your favorite book or couple from the series. Tell me about it below!

That's What *He* Said Thursday #02

That's What He Said Thursday is a weekly meme created 
and hosted bChapter Break. It's a fun way to share a quote 
from a favorite book boyfriend (aka male protagonist) to his girl.
For more info, just visit Chapter Break here.

This week's quote comes from Eleanor & Park, a book
that broke my heart (but in the very best way possible). 
Rainbow Rowell is an amazing author and Eleanor & Park
remains my favorite of her novels. Every girl should be 
so lucky to have a Park as their first love.
"You can be Han Solo," he said, kissing her throat. 
"And I'll be Boba Fett. I'll cross the sky for you." 

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Review: 99 Days by Katie Cotugno

99 Days by Katie Cotugno
Series: No
Genres: Young Adult, New Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Release Date: April 21, 2015 by Balzer + Bray
Format: Hardcover
Source: Library
Find it here: GoodReads | Amazon


Day 1: Julia Donnelly eggs my house my first night back in Star Lake, and that’s how I know everyone still remembers everything—how I destroyed my relationship with Patrick the night everything happened with his brother, Gabe. How I wrecked their whole family. Now I’m serving out my summer like a jail sentence: Just ninety-nine days till I can leave for college, and be done.

Day 4: A nasty note on my windshield makes it clear Julia isn’t finished. I’m expecting a fight when someone taps me on the shoulder, but it’s just Gabe, home from college and actually happy to see me. “For what it’s worth, Molly Barlow,” he says, “I’m really glad you’re back.”

Day 12: Gabe got me to come to this party, and I’m actually having fun. I think he’s about to kiss me—and that’s when I see Patrick. My Patrick, who’s supposed to be clear across the country. My Patrick, who’s never going to forgive me.

My Thoughts

99 Days has proven to be quite divisive. With an average GoodReads rating of only 3.54 (ouch) and reviews decrying the element of cheating and the unredeemable characters, I knew this would probably be a love it or hate it kind of read. Thankfully, I seem to be in the minority with this one because I genuinely enjoyed 99 Days. 

Molly has returned to her small hometown after spending her senior year at boarding school. She fled the gossip and the taunting last year but is now back to spend the summer before heading to college. The reason for the ill will? A one-time transgression with her ex-boyfriend's brother. What should have been a private matter became shockingly public when her own mother used the events as fodder for her next best selling novel. Suddenly Molly's private life was everywhere, including a People magazine spread that gleefully revealed how the book's events were based on the author's own daughter. Molly was instantly persona non grata and no one was shy about letting her know it.

Patrick was my person, my other half. I never felt stuck or cut off or like there was other stuff I’d rather be doing, never felt like there was anyplace else I’d rather be.
At least, not until the moment it did.
Molly and Patrick were childhood friends and then first loves. An exclusive club of two where they thought alike, acted alike and kept others at arms length. It wasn't until Molly started pushing her boundaries and questioning their insular relationship that the cracks began to show. A sudden break-up led to an event that became the catalyst for all that was to come. Afterward, an unsure and confused Molly quickly retreats to the comfort of what she knew best: Patrick. But the damage had been done.

The level of vitriol aimed at Molly was shocking. Egging her house, keying her car, name calling and nasty notes. Why not go ahead and sew the big red "A" on her hoodie? Cotugno portrayed an example of slut shaming and a double standard that was as shocking as it was utterly believable (and all too commonplace). Molly, feeling such guilt over her own actions and their repercussions, initially did little to stand up for herself (or wave the B.S. flag for the double standard). Instead, she felt almost deserving of what was being dished out so generously.

And then there's Gabe, Patrick's older brother, who readily admits the unfairness of the situation. When he begins to find ways to spend time with Molly, she finds herself with not only an ally and a friend, but with someone who just may make the 99 days of summer worthwhile.

"Is this a date? I mean, like, right now? You and me?"
"I don't know, Molly Barlow. Do you want it to be?"
 I'm hesitant to turn this review into a rebuttal of all the criticism heaped upon the book, but with all the shade being thrown at it I have a few things to say. What I see most is the feeling that the main character(s) are unredeemable cheaters who are deserving of every bad thing that comes their way. (Again, ouch.) I tried to reserve judgment of these characters and instead saw them for what they were: young, deeply flawed, and totally human. Molly did not always make the best choices. In fact, she often knowingly made the wrong ones. And sometimes it was frustrating. But I found myself empathizing with her and understanding in some way. Her relationship with Patrick had long been one of extreme closeness, he was her "other half." And the end of their relationship was sudden and, ultimately, unresolved. They both desperately needed closure and, unfortunately, stumbled and felt their way there blindly while hurting others in the process. It didn't make it right, but I understood it. Another point for Molly? She never made excuses for her actions and she never blamed anyone else. 

I *love* that Cotugno did not take the easy route here. She could have made Molly a more sympathetic character. She could have painted Patrick and Gabe as swaggering male archetypes who were oblivious to their own failings. But she didn't. Instead she created these oh-so-fallible characters who sometimes meant well, sometimes knowingly veered the wrong way, but who always felt real to me and worthy of second chances to do better and be better.

99 Days was emotional and thought provoking and completely authentic. I felt connected to the characters and was truly invested in the story. 99 Days may not be for everyone but it resonated with me and is one that I'll highly recommend.

Have you read 99 Days? If so, what did you think? How do feel about cheating in novels? Is it a deal breaker for you? Tell me about it in the comments.

That's What *He* Said Thursday #01

That's What He Said Thursday is a weekly meme created 
and hosted by Chapter Break. It's a fun way to share a quote 
from a favorite book boyfriend (aka male protagonist) to his girl.
For more info, just visit Chapter Break here.

Since this is my first time participating, what better way to start than
 with the holy trinity of hot boys (as Katy so eloquently described him), 
Daemon Black.

Do you participate in That's What He Said Thursday? 
Or just have a favorite quote you want to share?
Tell me below!

1989 Book Tag

Charnell from Reviews from a Bookworm has created an awesome original book tag based of the lyrics from Taylor Swift's 1989 album. I wasn't tagged but it looks like fun so I'm doing it anyway. I'm a rebel like that. If you're interested in playing along, I TAG YOU.

"You can want who you want, boys and boys and girls and girls."
A Book With LGBT Themes

Every Day by David Levithan is the one that immediately comes to mind since I just read it. Main character A inhabits the bodies of someone new every day and throughout the course of the book that includes LGBT characters. It's interesting to note that, as a reader, we never even know A's gender. He just... is.

"You can tell me when it's over if the high was worth the pain."
A Book That Hit You Right In The Feels... But Was Totally Worth It

Without a doubt, this one goes to Ugly Love by Colleen Hoover. As Miles' story unfolded, I experienced all the feels. From heartbreak to sadness to hope and joy. Oh yeah, this one had it all.

"The rest of the world is black and white, but we're in screaming color."
A Book Which Had Vivid World-Building

I'm pretty much a straight-up contemporary girl and it's not like there's a lot of world building there. But I do stray now and then and The Coldest Girl in Coldtown by Holly Black is an outstanding example of world building. I could see it all so clearly: the Last Stop Cafe, the Coldtown, Lucien's mansion. It was like watching a movie while I was reading.

"I'm a nightmare dressed like a daydream."
A Book You Hated... But Loved the Cover

Hated might be too strong a word here, but I definitely didn't like The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin. There is *so* much love for this entire series but after reading the first one, I was done. Unreliable narrators are a major pet peeve/deal breaker for me so... I was out. But that cover... le sigh.

"The haters gonna hate."
A Book Or Series Everyone Seems To Love But You Can't Help But Hate

Again, hate is too strong a word for this one, but everyone positively *gushes* over I'll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson. And I just... no. 

"I've got a blank space baby, and I'll write your name."
Your Latest Book Boyfriend/Girlfriend

My heart will forever belong to Daemon Black, but my *latest* book boyfriend is Will Cooper from the Slammed trilogy by Colleen Hoover. He's not a badass, he's not a tortured soul who needs rescuing, he's not a bad boy with a heart of gold. He's just a sweet, caring, thoughtful, romantic Good Guy. Every girl should be so lucky to have a Will Cooper in her life. 

"I wish you knew I'll never forget you as long as I live."
A Book Or Series You Know You Will Always Love

My first thought when I read the first book in the Lux series was "where have you been all my life?" This paranormal romance series has everything I love: swoony romance, action, snarky humor, twists I didn't see coming. I connected to the characters, I loved the story lines, I hated to see it end. Loved it. So there. 

"I can see the end as it begins."
A Book Or Series You Wish Could Have Gone On Forever

This series actually hasn't ended yet but I know it's coming. And that gives me a big frowny face. The Rosemary Beach series by Abbi Glines is like book crack for me. I am so invested in these characters and their lives and I'm fairly certain that if I drove across the state to Rosemary Beach I would run into them all and we would totally hang out. For real.

Thanks to Charnell for creating such a fun tag! And if you've done the tag, please link it in the comments so I can check it out! :)

Top 5 Wednesday: Anticipated Releases (for the Rest of the Year)

Top 5 Wednesday was created by Lainey at GingerReadsLainey.
Click HERE for a complete list of participants.

This week's topic is an easy one for me. There are some upcoming releases that I'm so excited for that I didn't have to give it too much thought. Here (in order of release date) are the books that are giving me the biggest grabby hands:


Every Last Breath by Jennifer L. Armentrout
July 28, 2015

Not long to wait for this one! Less than a week and this will be in my greedy little hands. This is the final book in the Dark Elements trilogy and I can't wait to see what happens. #TeamRoth!

Until Friday Night by Abbi Glines
August 25, 2015

A new Abbi Glines series? Yes, please!

After You by Jojo Moyes
September 29, 2015

Me Before You was one of my favorites of 2014 and I was thrilled when I saw there would be a follow-up.

November 9 by Colleen Hoover
November 10, 2015

Doesn't even matter what it's about. It's Colleen Hoover. 'Nuff said.

Oblivion by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Expected in December 2015

Mere words cannot express my level of excitement over this. Another (unexpected!) entry in the Lux series. This time from Daemon's POV. Merry Christmas to me!

Any upcoming releases that have you ready to stalk the book store/mailbox? 
Comment below with what books you're most excited for!