Tell Me Something Tuesday is a weekly discussion post hosted by Rainy Day Ramblings. This week’s topic:
2014 has been a year of series conclusions. What were some of your favorite end books?
This was a wonderful year for several of our favorite series. We got to read the epic finales. I have to be honest – when a series comes to a conclusion I always go through a bittersweet moment. I’m sad to have to say goodbye to those characters I grew fond of, but I know I’ll be able to re-read the series whenever I want.
Here are the end books of my favorite series in 2014:
Today I wanted to share some quotes from books I’ve read THIS year and that I can’t stop thinking about. Quotes that made me swoon, made my heart beat faster, gave me food for thought…Quotes that went straight to my Goodreads list.
Like I said these come from books I’ve read this year and that will end up on my favorite list of 2014.
One of the many great things about romance novels is that we fall in love with those couples whose love stories we follow throughout the books. In this and this posts I talked about some of my favorite ones and today I’m sharing more amazing fictional couples with you…
Four years ago, my dreams were shattered in an instant.
I tried to pick up the pieces and glue them back together the best I knew how, but something was always missing.
A father for my two girls.
But then, Brody Murphy landed on my doorstep, literally. He was a carefree, playful hockey player who barged into my life and messed with my head. He left me more confused than I had ever been.
What if the one thing I thought I needed was the only thing holding me back?
MY RATING: 4 bright stars
“She clearly had some deep scars and should be easy to walk away from, but instead of running the other direction I wanted to scoop her up, clean her off and make her world good again.” — Room For You
Can a heart be so full of joy when reading a book? Yes, it can with Room For You by Beth Ehemann. This is one of the sweetest stories I’ve ever read! Not the cheesy kind of sweet, though. Far from it. It’s a story that has a real sweetness, real characters, the key word being REAL.