Title: White Hot Kiss (The Dark Elements #1) Author: Jennifer. L Armentrout Genre: Fiction, Romance Pages: 400 Published: February 2014 ————————————————————————————————————————————— So yeah, we are officially back to the demons and fantasy genre… *crickets chirp*. Don’t look at me with those looks, you know you love them just as much as I do! Layla Shaw is half demon and half Warden. For as long as she can remember, she’s been forced to suppress the demon side of her, and adhere to the rules and lifestyle of the Wardens; the group of heavenly creatures tasked with protecting mankind and the earth from the ravages of demon-kind. Not that that’s been a terrible life considering the Warden’s raised her as their own and she’s always had the über gorgeous and über protective older brother figure Zayne looking…

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Title: The Christmas Wedding Author: James Patterson and Richard DiLallo Genre: Fiction Pages: 304 Published: 2011 —————————————————————————————————————– Gaby Summerhill has been widowed for almost three years. It’s been hard, to say the least, and her four children have all moved on to lives of their own. Sadly, they haven’t been together for Christmas in Stockbridge Massachusetts since their father’s death. But this Christmas, Gaby has a surprise that will startle them all. She’s getting married again. Oh and if that isn’t enough, she has, not one but three prospective suitors and ‘the one’ will only be revealed on the big day; Christmas Day. Jacob, Marty and Tom have known Gaby all her life and have all been there for her. But who will she chose to join the family? Will everyone come together as she…

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  Title: Looking for Alaska Author: John Green Genre: Young –Adult Fiction Pages: 368 Published: March 2005   Now when we think of John Green we immediately think, oh yeah, duh, the author of that incredibly touching and beautiful story The Fault in our Stars. The one that soon became a best seller and was even made into a movie featuring my queen Shailene Woodley? Sound familiar? Yes of course it does. If not then, chances are you’ve been living under a rock on another planet far far away, in which case, I’m sorry for you. Anyways, turns out that The Fault in our Stars was Green’s 6th book and it became a hit because it was so real and a story that had never really been written about before. I can vouch for the…

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Title: The Journey’s End Author: Jane Woolfenden Genre: Fiction Pages: 477 Published: 2013 All Isabel wanted was a momentary reprieve from the loneliness and desperation that had plagued her life up till now. Thankfully, finding herself on a reclusive island in Malaysia for a two-week vacation after a business week in KL turned out to be exactly what she needed. Little did she know that there, she would find the one person destined to turn her world upside down and have her question what it is that she has always wanted from life. All Lee wanted was to protect the little piece of heaven (his nature friendly hotel, Buah Lodge) that was his to boast, from the destructive multi-million dollar companies that sought to level the forest and his home along with it. Little did…

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