The Edge of Never by J.A. Redmerski

If you don’t own this book, shame on you. Redeem yourself now, add it to your reading list, and read it next. Seriously. It’s that good.

[su_quote]It’s like irresistible poison: I’m mesmerized by the way it’s making me feel though it has the potential to crush my soul and I drink it down anyway.[/su_quote]

The Edge of Never

Wreck Me by J.L. Mac

Read this now before the 2nd book comes out. You’ll be left wanton and wanting.

[su_quote]HOLY CRAP, WHAT THE EFF JUST HAPPENED? – My 4.5/5 star review[/su_quote]

Wreck Me

Fallen Too Far by Abbi Glines

This ridiculously lovely-yet-heartbreaking story is a must-read, especially for anyone who knows the Gulf Coast beaches.

[su_quote]Because I’ve had a taste and I’m not sharing. This isn’t just for fun. I may be slightly addicted.[/su_quote]

Fallen Too Far

The Coincidence of Callie and Kayden by Jessica Sorensen

One of my favorite books of 2012, but it ends in such an abrupt way, it left me dying to read the 2nd book that comes out in August.

[su_quote]Her fingers wrap around my arm. “You don’t have to go anywhere. I feel safe with you.”
I pause. “Are you sure?”
“Yeah, you make it seem like everything he did doesn’t exist.”[/su_quote]

Coincidence of Callie and Kayden

Consequences by Aleatha Romig

The first of a trilogy, I was left screaming at Aleatha Romig. But thank goodness Truth is out now, but then at the end of Truth, I wanted to scream all over again.

[su_quote]I just. I…don’t. OK, I’m seriously pissed. – My 4.5/5 star review[/su_quote]

These are $.99 books I have on my to-read list, but I haven’t yet read them:

$.99 Books You Must Have

Suicide Note

Collide (Volume 1)

Find You in the Dark

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