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Saturday, April 19, 2014

Weekly Wrap Up (13)

Weekly Wrap Up is a summary of the current week's blog posts, a look at what you'll find on the blog next week, and a overview of books I read this week!
This Week at The Hiding Spot
Giveaway: Rose and the Lost Princess/Holly Webb (Win It!)
Blog Tour: Ask Me/Kimberly Pauley (Post)
Review: What I Thought Was True/Huntley Fitzpatrick (Review)
Review: The Summer I Wasn't Me/Jessica Verdi (Review)
Review: To All the Boys I've Loved Before/Jenny Han (Review)
Q&A Session with R.R. Russell/Wonderlight (Interview)
Next Week
Review: Don't Call Me Baby/Gwendolyn Heasley
Review: On the Rocks/Erin Duffy
Q&A Session with Corinne Demas/Returning to Shore
Review: Returning to Shore/Corinne Demas
Review: Open Road Summer/Emery Lord
Q&A Session with Jennifer Swann Downey/Ninja Librarians
Read This Week

Open Road Summer by Emery Lord
Road trip, plenty of romantic tension, and a spunky, sarcastic main character? This book had everything I love, so I obviously adored it! Emery Lord has landed a spot on my must-read list. (Goodreads)

Don't Even Think About It by Sarah Mlynowski
This book sounds pretty fluffy. And, in ways, it reads like fluff, but it has surprising depth. It was a quick read and left me looking forward to the next book, Don't Think Twice. If you're looking for a healthy dose of humor, this one is a great read! (Goodreads)

The Art of Lainey by Paula Stokes
I'll be honest, I wasn't hooked on this one from the start. I'll discuss more in my review, but it took me awhile to warm up to this MC. But, when I did, I quickly fell for this contemporary YA in which the MC uses Sun Tzu's Art of War to win back an ex. Love is a battlefield after all. (Goodreads)

The Taking by Kimberly Derting
I've been a fan of Derting's books for years. I read an arc of her debut, The Body Finder, fell in love and never looked back. The Taking is the first in a new trilogy and it is so good. A girl disappears for 5 years than suddenly reappears... and she hasn't aged a day. There's mystery, angst, and a romance that had me glued to the page! (Goodreads)

The Inventor's Secret by Andrea Cremer
Technically I'm only halfway through this one, but I'll be finish it in the next hour or so. This is the start of a new trilogy?/series? from Cremer. I was hooked from the first page - there's steampunk goodness, a corrupt government, secrets, corsets, plunging necklines, and simmering attraction. Win! (Goodreads)

Tell me what you've been reading in the comments! Have we read any books in common lately? What have you read that I need to read?!


  1. I've just started To All The Boys I've Loved Before. So far, it's really good. I will give you my complete opinion, hopefully at the end of the weekend (if I can finish all my school work). I'll definitively cheek Open Road Summer later. Roadtrips + music + romances always make good stories (in my opinion)


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