Release date: April 20th 2015
Publisher: TSW Books
What do you do when your freedom and privacy is threatened?
About the Book:
Bristol is trying to move on from a cheating ex. The last thing she wants are roses, gifts, and suggestive notes popping up at her apartment and at work.
When Bristol meets Mason—a charming and sweet guy who wants a chance with her—she’s convinced that he is the mystery guy trying to capture her heart. The thought fizzles when what appeared to be harmless turns into something much more terrifying, and Bristol realizes that Mason isn’t capable of such things. Not in his position.
Bristol’s secret admirer is determined on having her for himself, no matter what. Will she have the courage to fight when control and privacy is being taken from her?
Shane Morgan is a Amazon Bestselling author of contemporary romance, suspense, and urban fantasy. She lives in Rhode Island with her amazing husband, who doesn’t mind being surrounded by so many books or inspiring the male characters in her stories. Aside from writing, Shane enjoys blogging, helping other authors, reading, listening to music and watching movies.
Well, it’s been quite a while, so I figured I should just right in and get all of my bookish things updated now that it’s October. As you can see, I’ve been on a Halloween-centric horror/suspense kick, and I’ve found some pretty good books for the occasion. (I really should do a Halloween special post, now that I think of it.) Anyway, I was on vacation, and now that I’ve retrieved some American books over my birthday, I have a list for you:
FRIDAY FINDS showcases the books you ‘found’ and added to your To Be Read (TBR) list… whether you found them online, or in a bookstore, or in the library — wherever! (they aren’t necessarily books you purchased).
- Seconds Away by Harlan Coben – This is the latest suggestion from the Orange County Public Library’s Teen Book Club.
- Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea by April Genevieve Tucholke – I was searching writing advice for horror young adult literature authors, and came across this.
- Bound to You by Christopher Pike – more than likely I read this at some point in my life, but with the new cover, I’m not sure.
- Doctor Sleep by Stephen King – I got this for my birthday. It’s release was two days before, and we made a specific trip to Target to grab it.
- Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell – I may have mentioned this book before, since it’s being talked about so much lately. It was another birthday book.
- Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake – I’m trying to find good young adult horror, and this one came up in my search.
Also, I’ve been reading The Shining and Princess in the Spotlight. Two totally different types of books, I know. I needed to mix it up a bit. I’m really into the King book, but The Princess Diaries books are going to be my new guilty pleasure, right along with my Pretty Little Liars books.
To play along, just answer the following three (3) questions…
- What are you currently reading?
- What did you recently finish reading?
- What do you think you’ll read next?
What are you currently reading?
I decided to read Carrie by Stephen King again for about the third time. It’s a great story, though I sort of don’t like the story as a historical account, but it makes sense. It needs that element of other people telling the story, so you can understand what Carrie’s going through. She’s not capable of explaining how weird her mother is because she has nothing else to compare it to. I’m almost finished. I put it down last night right as things were kicking off at the prom.
What did you recently finish reading?
I still am only half way through with Stunning. I read chapters here and there, but I’m not sucked in like I use to be (especially because now the mystery’s been solved, basically.)
What do you think you’ll read next?
Until the End: Final Friends Trilogy: The Party, The Dance, and The Graduation by Christopher Pike. I would really love to say that I’m going to read through all three of these books again. I’ve had it since my first trip back to Florida in 2011 and I just recently started rereading the first book. I absolutely loved Christopher Pike novels when I was in high school, and I distinctly remember this series to be more detailed and engaging as a young adult novel than the shorter books. I wanted to rekindle that excitement in reading for myself again. I want to remember what made me love a book when I was 15 years old.
By the way, the covers looked like this when I read them in the 90s:
Happy Reading and Happy Wednesday!