by Elizabeth Loraine
Publish date: August 2010
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The High Regent has called members of each royal vampire family to council. Katrina Von Dracek wonders what this will mean to her. Does the council really intend to start a new coven in the Americans or is there something else? All Katrina's vampire senses tell her evil is around them and that she will be the one called upon to save them all.
Being a book about Vampires, I expected Katina: The Beginning to be very not original. But I was wrong. This book definitely differentiates against all the other vampire books. It's like reading a book from a different time, not very modern at all. That what I though was great about it.
Elizabeth creates a world of action, romance and thrill. You wouldn't guess what will happen next. It always keeps you wanting to read more. It was a wonder I finished reading this book in a matter of hours.
I always thought that there will be a happily ever after with Quinn and Katrina. I was shocked when she started having feelings for Damien. Although Damien is nice in his own way, I prefer Quinn. Quinn's character is very alluring and when I read about his looks I can only conclude to say he is hot :)
I found this book to be quite similar to Vampire Diaries so if you love The Vampire Diaries. This book should definitely be on your to-read list.
I enjoyed reading this book so I really cannot wait to start reading the next book in the series! A gripping read.
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In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by Kristi at The Story Siren. It's a great way to showcase the books you've gotten over the week, whether they are bought, borrowed or free.
Raised by Wolves by Jennifer Lyne Barnes
Runaway by Meg Cabot
I loved reading Runaway, the entire triology is awesome so that is an absolute must read series!
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(From the author of Pretty Little Liars)
Publish Date: December 2010
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Foster kid Emma Paxton has only just discovered Sutton Mercer, the wealthy twin sister she never knew she had, when Sutton drops off the face of the earth, asking Emma to cover for her at home, school, and with her friends—just for a few days. At first Emma enjoys trying on her sister’s fabulous life: her fiercely loyal friends, her adoring boyfriend, her close-knit family. But as Emma is drawn deeper into Sutton’s world she finds the friends are not so fabulous, the boyfriend is not who she wants to be with, and the family is clinging to long-buried secrets and a veneer of functionality. And worst of all, Sutton may not be coming back. In fact, someone may have made sure she never could…and that someone knows Emma is not who she claims to be. Emma will need all her wits to survive The Lying Game...
I really can't wait to read this book seeing as the synopsis sounds very gripping and it's writtin by Sara Shepard the author of pretty little liars?
Did you read this book? or Do you want to read it too?
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Labels: Book Reviews, Cathy Hopkins, Contemporary, Must reads, Young Adult · Who posted this? Sunny at 17:23
by Cathy Hopkins
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Lucy feels like everything is changing around her, and suddenly she is required to make all sorts of decisions. Everyone knows who and what they want to be except her. Izzie has become friends with the glamorous Nesta, and Lucy isn't certain she likes this new threesome. Nesta and Izzie look sixteen, but Lucy, at fourteen like them, could easily pass for a twelve-year-old. But then the day Lucy sees the most wonderful boy crossing the street, things do start to change – in all areas of her life.
Well, what can I say... The Mates, Dates series is simply amazing!
The series is based upon 4 best, best, best friends… trust me they have this bond which is unbreakable and just so damn cute! Lucy, Nesta, Izzie and T.J…
The four friends go through crazy cat fights, inflatable bras, hilarious teenage crises and how could I ever possibly forget this last one… BOY’S!
The best thing about the series is that each book is from a different friend’s perspective, showing exactly how each girl deals in the dilemmas they face.
The most interesting thing is that it has every day issues a normal teenager like me and yourself face day in and out of our lives.
Well i think I've said enough now!
All i can say is that Lucy and her new lover boy (he's hot) are just the most cutest couple ever!! This is basically one funny, appealing story of friendship, boys and one teenager’s journey of discovery... I really encourage you to read!