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Bite Me! by Melissa Francis

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Bite Me! 

 (AJ Ashe, book 1)


Melissa Francis
Read a synopsis here!
Number of pages: 296
I wanted to like this book, I really did, but right off the bat it was sooo dry and a tad boring. Our story starts off with AJ being at her mom's wedding and she's considering how unfair it is that she will no longer be able to date her boyfriend, Ryan, because he is now her step brother (Awkward!). Anyways, she still obviously has feelings for him and he still has feelings for her but she pushes him away in the hopes that they will be able to move on from each other. AJ is also a vampire, but no one except her mom and twin sisters know because they are also vampires.
When AJ attends a party that night, on the last day of summer, she consumes some alcohol and is unsure of whether or not she turned one of her fellow classmates into a vampire. So, already within the first few chapters AJ is going through a huge amount of inner turmoil, but it just seems so...fake. Like she wasn't really all that fazed by it, and it didn't come across as real to me. I also didn't like the way she handled some situations. She could have been a really strong, central, female character but the way she is written is so...dumb. AJ sounds like a typical dumb blonde (not that I'm saying blondes are dumb, just stating the stereotype). I also didn't like how the story was a little too unbelievable; like that she was able to sneak out that easily or defy her mom that many times and get away with it. 
Anyways, AJ decides to go into some research from her past, all while trying to keep her two friends from fighting, coping with the fact that she can't show anything more than brotherly affection towards Ryan, and trying to hide the fact that she is a vampire. 
Something I really did like about this book though was AJ was already secure in the fact that she was a vampire and didn't really whine about it too much like "I'm so different! Wahhh!" or, "I have to drink blood and do all this other vampy stuff". It was just a fact; she was a vampire. Done deal.
But the rest of the story was dry, it never got exciting (although it definitely attempted to have some plot twists which were way too easy to see ahead of time). The cover really enticed me on this one, and it really shouldn't have. Sad to say, the story within is as tacky as the cover itself. There's also a sequel, but I won't be picking it up because the supposedly "cliffhanger" this one ended on doesn't compel me enough to buy the next one.
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Top Ten Tuesday #5

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January 29: Top Ten Most Frustrating Characters Ever

1. Bella Swan from Twilight by Stephenie Meyer
This is pretty self explanatory.

2. Edward Cullen from Twilight by Stephenie Meyer
Also self explanatory.

3. Sarah from The Unwritten Rule Elizabeth Scott
I didn't think she had any depth, and I really hated that book.

4. Astrid Jones from Ask the Passengers by A. S. King
She was just someone I couldn't relate to at all.

5. Kasey from Bad Girls Don't Die by Katie Alender
I loved her older sister but she just ruined the book for me.

6. Shari from Remember Me Omnibus by Christopher Pike
Again, another character I couldn't relate too, and she seemed a little dense.

7. Kerry from Witch Season by Jeff Mariotte
Another character I couldn't relate to unfortunately.

8. Jackie from Pop Tart by Kira Coplin and Julianne Kaye
She was wayy too much of a pushover.

9. All of the Taylor sisters except Jane from Distant Waves by Suzanne Weyn
Too freaky and unbelievable for me.

10. The twin sisters in Prophecy of the Sisters by Michelle Zink
I can't even remember their names that's how unmemorable they were. (Not to mention creepy and a tad annoying!)

As always leave a link to your list below in the comments and I'll come check it out and click that follow button over there!

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Confessions of a Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella

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Number of pages: 312
I absolutely loved everything about this book! I loved how it was set in London, Rebecca Bloomwood sounds like a girl that could definitely qualify as one of my best friends, and I just loved reading about all the different situations she got herself into (a lot of which sounded like things I would do...oops).
Rebecca, as you can tell by the title of the book, obviously has a problem with shopping (something I can personally relate to when I'm purchasing books). She tells readers of all the things she wishes to buy, yet confides in us how much debt she has. She absolutely has no self control when it comes to spending, which makes her even more adorable, and yet through all of this, she is in fact, a financial adviser for a spending magazine in London. Ironic right? I think this made the story even more hilarious!
Anyways, Rebecca goes through a series of schemes where she tries to control her spending and pay back her debt; for example she tries cutting back, making more money, and pumping up her resume and trying to land a variety of side jobs. Her failures affect her in small ways but Rebecca always finds a way to bounce back and try something new, which is very admirable in a female protagonist. I immediately took a liking to her and put her on my imaginary list of "Favorite Female Protagonists".
I flew through this story in a two day time period and it probably would have taken me only one day if I hadn't dragged it out so long (I didn't want the story to end before I had the next book available for me to read but I just couldn't help myself and flew through the last half of the book).
Definitely can't wait to read the next book, and for that matter, the rest of the series. This is considered "chick lit" but I think teens could read it as well because they could find Rebecca extremely relatable, and funny! 
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P.S. if anyone knows of any other good chick lit books/series please leave a comment below! I'd love to hear your suggestions!
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Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs

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Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children 


Ransom Riggs
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Number of pages: 249
Wow this book creeped me out. But in a good way! Sometimes I would be reading this at night and I'd have to set it down and burrow deeper under the covers because it would make me feel a little safer. No book has really creeped me out like this so it was cool to read a book like that.
I absolutely loved the incorporation of pictures along with the text. It made the story seem so much more real and gave more depth to the story. The pictures themselves also thoroughly creeped me out and sometimes I would have to cover them while reading an adjoining page because the looks in some of their eyes scared me. The scare factor definitely upped the rating on this book for me, it just made it that much better.
Anyways, the main character Jacob sets out on an adventure to find Miss Peregrine and her home of peculiar children after his grandfather dies in an extremely mysterious and suspicious way. The authorities chalk it up as rabid animals but Jacob knows that something else is going on because he saw them. The monsters.
Jacob finds the house on a lonely, tiny, island and all hopes seems to be lost as he travels through the ruined house that has been eaten away by animals, and overgrown by nature with trees and plants growing straight through the house. However, by a slight chance Jacob may be able to meet the peculiar children who once lived here after all.
This book is so hard to put down into words! It's so amazing, and quirky (and I think there might be a sequel...) There's definitely nothing else like this book; meaning, it's not too often that you see a young adult picture book. Nevertheless, this just shows that more authors should break the status quo and try something new because the pictures worked really really well! They didn't overpower the book, because the plot could definitely stand on its own without the pictures but it just added the extra creepy element to the story.
If there is a second book, then I cannot wait to get my hands on it because I'd expect it to be just as fantastic as this one!
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Top Ten Tuesday #4

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January 22: Top Ten Settings I'd Like To See More Of (Or At All)

1. More settings in historical Britain (for young adult readers!) Often I'll find historical fiction in historical Britain for adults but not a lot for young adults. Maybe something like in one of the monarch's mansions or castles?
2. Under the sea, but not something that is paranormal. A setting that would show that this is the normal way of life for people to live (like in submarine villages)
3. In the desert. This would make a great story for surviving the wild and lot's of situations that characters would have to overcome.
4. The rain forest. (See number three for my reason)
5. Outer space; 'nuff said.
6. Farm lands or some obscure states. Often there are a lot of books in LA or NY but I'd like to see something a little more Midwest that doesn't come across completely as "back country".
7. Planes. I know this sounds kind of like a weird setting but maybe something about flight attendants?
8. College campuses or dorms. Definitely don't see enough of these settings.
9. Ships. Another sort of obscure setting but definitely something that could lead to a great story (like kids who have to live on a ship or a cruise story?)
10. Anything out of the ordinary. In other words not a typical suburban neighborhood. What about a cobweb or a dairy farm? Anything that is totally unbelievable that makes the experience of getting away from the real world that much more desirable. 

As always, leave a comment below with a link to your Top 10 and I'll come check it out and if anyone has any good book recommendations that do, in fact, have these settings also let me know!
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Cruel Summer by Alyson Noel

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Cruel Summer 


Alyson Noël
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Number of pages: 229
I was pleasantly surprised with this book! I liked it a lot more than I thought I would. For me, it was a little tough getting into because Colby (the main character) seemed whiny and superficial, which she clearly states later on that she is, but she definitely grew and developed, which helped the plot move along.
This was one of those books that I always have an inner conflict with because I want to read it faster so I know what happens next, but I also want to drag it out and savor each page because it was just SO GOOD.
So the basis of this story is Colby is from sunny California, and her parents are getting a divorce so they ship her off to Greece to live with her, supposedly, crazy aunt Tally for the summer while her parents sort out all the legal issues of the divorce.
Colby feels that her parents are ruining her life and just as she had an "in" with the popular crowd and maybe a shot with a really hot guy she has to leave. However, a surprising twist occurs when she meets an even hotter more in depth guy in Greece, and learns a lot about her own superficial personality.
Colby wasn't someone I could completely relate with, but that didn't cause me to have less feeling for her. Often I would stop and think "oh my gosh, shut up and just get over it" but then I was like wait. Colby is going through some definite emotional turmoil, her parents divorce, and the possibility of being uprooted from her hometown. No teenage girl or boy ever wishes that, so I was definitely sympathetic towards her. One thing I absolutely could not relate to was Colby's fascination with the "popular" crowd at her school. I've always found these characters slightly annoying because once you graduate high school those people will never matter to you anymore so what's the point trying to fake your life for someone? Be yourself! Have fun! Don't blend in with the crowd! (Okay I promise, I'm done with my motivational speaking)
The scenery and setting was described so beautifully, it made me wish it was actually summer and that I was on a Greek beach. (I've been reading a lot of summer books lately...I think subconsciously I'm telling myself that I'm ready for winter to be over)
Anyways, I loved all the characters (except for Colby's "popular" friends. Ugh so annoying). They all had their own quirks and such different personalities that it was like I was meeting them in real life and I wanted to keep them close to me for a really long time. 
Overall, an excellent read and I cannot wait to check out more of Alyson Noel's work. Her way of writing is so..real. As if she took all the thoughts from my brain and threw them into a book with a different setting and different people. That's how you really connect with readers, and it feels great!
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Entangled by Nikki Jefford

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Number of pages: 303
Holy. Crap. What a fantastic book! (And a beautiful cover to pair it with) When I first started I didn't think I would like it because it felt sort of rushed for the first like quarter but in the end I though that was a good thing because it led to, not only, more character development later on, but also let the story move and flow faster. 
The cover was what really drew me into this book, and once I started reading I couldn't stop! The plot never slowed down for a second and I kept wanting to find out more and more. So here's what happens:
Graylee and her twin Charlene are both witches (so is their mom and a few other people in the town, and they often meet to practice and master their magic) and the twins don't get along very well. Graylee feels that Charlene is annoying and over-dramatic and Charlene feels that their mother dotes on Graylee more than herself. Charlene is also one of the most popular girls at school while Graylee blends into the crowd.
Right from the start we learn that Charlene's boyfriend has broken up with her and she plans to get revenge on the girl that stole her boyfriend, Blake, away. Around the same time Graylee dies in her sleep very suddenly.
Graylee doesn't realize this and one day wakes up in Charlene's body, but then learns from her mom that Charlene is not gone; the sisters are stuck sharing the same body. Graylee gets to be present every other day. Seeing this struggle that Graylee has to overcome while being in Charlene's body and dealing with her "rules" was interesting to see. Even though they are twins they act very differently within their own bodies and that was cool to see the characters overcome.
This obviously leads to complications within the girls' lives (i.e. whose friends to hang out with, what clothes to wear) and all the while Graylee is trying to figure out how she died. Graylee enlists the help of Raj who is a warlock (or a "healer" as his mom prefers to call themselves) and so begins the journey of a very confusing, roller-coaster ride of a friendship. Raj may be harboring hidden feelings for Graylee while Graylee believes that he despises her and will only help her if she teaches him her invisibility spell. 
The pair set out on the task of finding out how Graylee died and how she can live on her own, in either her own body, or a different girls' body.
This book was just so, so, so, GOOD! I like how the characters accepted the use of magic around their other friends who knew about it and could also perform magic, yet still managed to hide it from the general public. I also liked how real the story felt; as if this could happen to anyone. The settings could have been described a little better (but that's what imagination is for right?)
I know there are two more books after this one and I cannot wait to read them! (The rest of the covers are just as beautiful too) I am extremely impressed with this book and it is definitely classified as one of my all time favorites.
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Top 10 Tuesday #3

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January 15: Top 10 2013 Debut I'm Looking Forward To

1. Shades of Earth by Beth Revis (I loved the first book and can't wait to read the second one, and now the third one is coming out!! It's too much excitement!)

2. Unremembered by Jessica Brody (When I met her at a book festival she gave me a little leaflet with a short passage from the book in it and I've been pining for this book ever since)

3. True by Hilary Duff (I LOVED the first two books in the Elixir series and it left off on such a cliff hanger so I cannot wait for this book!)

4. Towering by Alex Flinn (another fairy tale retelling? Awesome)

5. Etiquette and Espionage by Gail Carriger (Curtsying and killing what more could a girl want?)

6. Invisibility by Andrea Cremer and David Levithan (Sounds awesome!)

7. Spies and Prejudice by Talia Vance (I love any sort of spin off book that has to deal with Pride and Prejudice)

8. Red by Alison Cherry (Sounds like a very original plot!)

9. Shadowlands by Kate Brian (I like a lot of Kate Brian's other work so I hope this one is just as good)

10. Revenge of the Girl with the Great Personality by Elizabeth Eulburg (I loved Prom and Prejudice by Elizabeth Eulburg so I hope this one is great too!)

As always, leave a link below and I'll come check out your list and hit that subscribe button over there!
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Prophecy of the Sisters by Michelle Zink

Read a synopsis here!
Number of pages: 343
So, I know this book was on my "To Read list of 2013" but I just couldn't get through it. I got to about page 60 or so and just gave up. I actually put off writing this review for awhile because I thought what's the point? I didn't like it. But I digress.
 I was waiting for it to get a lot more fast paced and for something to actually happen but nothing did. Perhaps I should have given it a few more pages but I just couldn't bear to continue on. I felt the characters weren't described well along with the setting, and I never like books that start out in the middle of an event happening. In this case, the twin girls' fathers funeral. That always confuses me.
This book was definitely a lot darker than I expected it to be. If I could summarize it in one word I think it would be gothic.
One of the good points was that it was a historical fiction novel (which I'm always looking for more of) but other than that I just couldn't get into it. Some of the characters (whose names I can't even remember because they weren't all that memorable) plain creeped me out. Which is good, I guess, but it was the sort of creep out that makes you not want to read a book and shove it in a corner where you won't have to try again until a much later date when you discover the novel in the back recesses of a shelf or cabinet. 
Will I try reading this again? Maybe during Halloween next year when I'm in sort of a creepy/spooky mood but not for awhile. It was just too weird for me. 
The style of this book sort of reminds me of Slice of Cherry by Dia Reeves so I guess if you liked or disliked that book it will give you a good indication of whether or not you will like or dislike this one. (As you may recall I did NOT like Slice of Cherry and also gave up about 60 or so pages in)
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P.S. I do like the cover though. It's very beautiful.
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Top 10 Tuesday #2

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January 8th: Top 10 Bookish Goals for 2013

1. Blog more consistently! I want to be able to keep up with my review requests and in general review more books than last year.
2. Finish my 2013 book goal. Last year I was only able to finish 80 out of 100 books and this year I would definitely like to be able to finish all of them.
3. Finish at least half of my To Be Read Pile. A lot of the books that are on my TBR I talked about in the previous Top 10 Tuesday, and like I said then, they have been on my shelf for more than a year so I’d like to finally read them (Reading them also gives me another excuse to go buy more books).
4. Read more books outside of my favorite genres. I realized I read A LOT of books from the YA romance or contemporary fiction genre and I’d like to branch out more to science fiction, action/adventure, dystopian, and historical fiction genres which I REALLY like but just never have time to hunt for really good books.
5. Be more frugal when buying books. Too often I buy way too many books when I don’t need them or when I’m running low on money so I’d like to buy some books this year but more in moderation.
6. Read more classics! I’m going to try to read at least one classic a month (hopefully more) along with whatever other book I’m reading because I received a ton of classics from my mom and they’re just waiting to be picked up and read. Plus it’s always fun to say “oh I’ve already read that” like a snooty reader.
7. Read more new releases. Often I’ll end up buying older books because they’re sometimes cheaper or more available but I would like to read some new releases from 2013.
8. Take advantage of my library more. This sort of goes along with the read more new releases because I do like reading from the library and then buying the book later, plus this will save me a lot of money if I find out that I don’t like a book after all (and I won’t have to wait for a package to be shipped to my house if I order something, I can just go to the library and pick it up and then order the book later).
9. Support local booksellers more, not just the big chains like Barnes and Noble. I often wander to two of my favorite used bookstores but not as much as I like and I often find better deals there so I will probably be going there more and more often.
10. Don’t let reading distract me too much from school work. Last year I had a major problem with reading distracting me from my work so this year I’m going to have to learn to divide up my time more. However, I am entering my second semester of senior year so it’s easy cruising from here on out!

What are your Top 10 Bookish Goals for 2013? Leave a comment or a link to your blog post and I’ll come check it out!
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Tan Lines by Katherine Applegate

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Tan Lines 



Katherine Applegate
Read a synopsis here!
Number of pages: 539
Out of the three books that I've read in the "Summer" series I think I like this one second best. The first book in the series, Beach Blondes, was definitely the most light hearted and was just a fun novel to read (with a whopping 700 pages!). Spring Break had too many issues that I didn't think we're believable (see my last review for more on that). But this one, it was good. Not great but good. It had that light hearted feel, but also delved deeper into the characters problems which was really nice. We were finally able to see some of the darker and more cynical sides of the characters, which was kind of relieving since in Beach Blondes they all seemed sort of picture perfect. Well, maybe not ALL of them...
Anyways, Summer is back in Florida for the summer and she has found an apartment with her cousin/friend Diana and her other friend Marquez. Summer hopes once again to rekindle her romance with Seth but he's all the way in California for an internship, and Austin, the guy she met over spring break is conveniently working just downstairs. Marquez is dealing with some guy issues of her own, but more importantly is dealing with some weight loss issues and her friends are constantly telling her to take care of herself and to stop losing so much weight so quickly, but in a typical Marquez fashion she doesn't listen. Good old Marquez, I wish more people were more headstrong like her. She's definitely one of the best characters in the book. If there was a spin-off series with her as the main character I think I'd like it even better than the "Summer" novels. Diana is her typical moody self, brooding when alone and being mysterious whilst in public.
There is one more book after this one in the series but I actually could see how this would be a good conclusion. The plot lines were worked out well and tied up quite nicely (although at times I felt it was tied up TOO quickly and nicely). I definitely can't wait to start reading the next one Sun-Kissed Christmas. The synopsis sounds like another crazy break from school for Summer. 
You know, on the outside she seems like the perfect character but when you really think about it, she goes through a lot with emotional family turmoil, trying to keep her friends from tearing each other's throats out, and dealing with the many boys in her life who "love" her (I put love in quotes there because I feel like all the characters throw the word around a little too loosely). 
Overall, a great ending to a few plot lines but I definitely can't wait to finish the series. After all the problems I had with Spring Break this was definitely a better follow up book and put my faith back into the series.
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Spring Break by Katherine Applegate

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Spring Break Reunion 



Katherine Applegate
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Number of pages: 211
This is the sequel to the omnibus Beach Blondes, also by Katherine Applegate, and you should definitely read Beach Blondes before reading this one otherwise you will probably get confused with the majority of the plot. Also this review may contain some spoilers if you have not read Beach Blondes.
Summer Smith is traveling back down to Florida from Minnesota so she can hang out with her two best friends Diana Olan (who is also her cousin) and Maria Marquez (who likes to go by just Marquez). Summer is also meeting up with her boyfriend Seth, in the hopes that this short week of Spring Break can help rekindle their relationship, to the amount of lust and love they felt last summer.
The entire party will be spending a week on a yacht which Diana's mom kindly borrowed from one of her friends and is lending to the girls.
On a connecting flight to Florida, Summer meets a guy named Austin Reed who jumps off the plane at the last minute, for no apparent reason. He leaves behind a book of lyrics and poems that he wrote and Summer jumps off the plane too, to go find him. By the time Summer has found Austin her flight has already taken off (with all her luggage on board) and she is stuck at the airport with Austin until later that night, which is when she can get another flight. 
Austin suggests they go to DisneyWorld instead of waiting in the airport and Summer reluctantly agrees. This is where I start to question Summer's judgement. Wandering off to DisneyWorld with a guy just because he's cute? That's seems a little sketchy, and something someone with a lot of sense would NEVER do. Also, he pays for her ticket; what a gentleman. But DisneyWorld tickets are expensive, so that's a little unbelievable too. Not to mention getting a cab to DisneyWorld and back to the airport? Austin must be very rich if he's doing this out of the kindness of his heart for Summer, but I digress.
The couple, who is not really a couple, has fun at DisneyWorld and they exchange a kiss, which Summer feels she simply cannot resist, even though, again, a girl with a lot more sense would say no firmly and declare that she has a boyfriend. Although, in Summer's defense she did say that a few times and Austin kept coming on to her, however if a strange man you just met could not understand what "no" meant then I'd be hightailing it out of DisneyWorld back to the airport if I were her. 
Once the troublesome twosome come back to the airport they land in Florida and take a cab to the marina where the yacht it docked. No where in the story is there a discussion about picking up the luggage, or luggage being lost, which would have been my number one priority. It all seemed a little to easy and perfect if you asked me. 
Summer, of course, insists that Austin stay on the boat with her and Diana (because Marquez has run away in the meantime to God knows where) and he agrees. Beats staying in a motel which was his original plan. However, that night he tries to kill himself and Summer miraculously saves him (from drowning) and brings him back to the yacht and finally asks him what is wrong. Austin confesses that his father has Huntington's; a genetic disease which slowly kills the person it affects. Austin is also unsure if he has the disease himself and is supposed to be tested for it during his time in Florida but is too scared; he's also too scared to visit his dad in the hospital. All very understandable, and Summer soothes him by letting him sleep in her bed. 
What. What the heck. Summer you have a boyfriend! 
Then the plot thickens, and her boyfriend Seth shows up a day earlier than he was supposed to and almost catches the two of them in bed together but Diana saves the day and pretends that Austin is HER boyfriend, even though Austin makes it extremely obvious to everyone, except apparently Seth, that he is in love with Summer.
After a few days Summer tells Austin he has to leave the yacht and never come back. Before that though she goes to the hospital with Austin to visit his dad, which is very kind of her. Austin becomes too close to her again and she demands that he leave. Conveniently, Seth see's the pair making out in a parking lot and mopes, cries, and accuses Summer of cheating. Seth is sort of a hypocrite though because last Christmas he got stuck in a truck with Diana and was making out with HER. Although Seth never tells Summer this. 
By this point I was rubbing my hands together manically and producing evil laughter with all the twists and turns these teens were taking.
The rest of the story...well you'll have to read that on your own to figure out what happens next. Although it is a little predictable. I do love this book, it's just a little too perfect and predictable sometimes. It's one of those guilty pleasure books for me and I can not wait to read Tan Lines which is the next omnibus in the series. 
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Top 10 Tuesday #1

(This is my first Top 10 Tuesday!) Check out all the info here at The Broke and The Bookish's blog.
January 1st: Top 10 Books I Resolve to Read in 2013
All of the books I choose for this list have been on my TBR pile for over a year so it's about time that I tackle them sometime in the next 12 months.

1. Matched and Crossed by Ally Condie (just in time to read the final installment)

2. The Maze Runner and The Scorch Trials by James Dashner (also just in time to read the final installment which will be out on paperback soon)

3. The Iron Fey series by Julie Kagawa (I've heard great things about them and I can't wait to start reading)

4. The Gone series by Michael Grant (I own the first two Gone, and Hunger, and I desperately need to buy the rest of them)

5. Monster High series by Lisi Harrison (I own the first one and, again, desperately need to buy the rest of them because I love all of Lisi Harrison's work)
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Where There's a Wolf, There's a Way 

 (Monster High, book 3)


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Back and Deader Than Ever 

 (Monster High, book 4)


Lisi Harrison

6. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak (Can't wait to read this because I've heard so many wonderful things about it)

7. A Million Suns by Beth Revis (Just in time to buy the next installment Shades of Earth which comes out this month!)

8. Prophecy of the Sisters by Michelle Zink (There is three books in this whole series, but I want to see how I like this first one before I go buy the next two)

9. The Year I Turned 16 Omnibus by Diane Schwemm (Still need to read this even though I'm not 16 anymore...)

10. Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick (Been waiting forever to read this and the rest of the series)

If you want leave a link to your Top 10 in the comments and I'll come check it out!
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