The Runaway Viper, by Kirsty-Anne Still
The second book in The Viper Series by Kirsty-Anne Still is out now, and will be on sale for 77p/99c for one week only.
Having already broken rule number of Clara Delvine’s rules by falling in love with one of her clients, Joely Gilbert knows she is past the point of no return. After defying all of the orders Delvine lives by, Joely believes becoming the first runaway Viper Girl is all too good to be true.
However, remaining uncaught for months, Jace Mason gives Joely the life she’s been searching for – the man she wants, the house she dreamt of, the love she cherishes.
But how long can you outrun the devil when she’s after blood?
After all, Delvine never loses a girl, and she’ll do anything to make sure she has Joely back to finish her contractual obligations.
What happens when Joely’s left with the biggest decision of her life, the decision that was always hers to make – kill her heart or kill the man she loves.
Clara will make sure Joely never strays from The Viper Rooms – ever again.
But can The Boss tame a runaway viper?
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Hey all my fellow Book Nerds out there! I recently finished City of Heavenly Fire, by Cassandra Clare.
Cassandra Clare is one of the greatest storytellers I have ever had the privilege of reading!! In The Mortal Instruments series, she created this amazing, intriguing world – coinciding simultaneously with our regular, everyday world. She has made us fall helplessly in love with Jace Herondale, our perfect male specimen. Jace is one of the best characters I’ve ever been introduced to. He’s witty, sarcastic, conceited, charming — everything, all wrapped up into one character. Clary Fray is perhaps one of the boldest female characters I’ve read in a long time. Strong, confident, intelligent, caring – Clary is that female character that we all can relate to in one way or another. Together, these two characters have walked us through an amazing tale of Nephilim, Angels, Demons, Vampires, Faeries, and Warlocks – heroes, heroines, villains, fallen heroes, rising villans, and so much more. In these books, you witness different varieties of beings set aside their differences and prejudices and work together for a common cause.
Get yourself a copy of The Mortal Instruments: City of Heavenly Fire, and follow Clary and Jace one last time as they fight the largest, most important, and most brutal war of their lifetime against Clary’s own brother: Sebastian Morgenstern. Can Clary, Jace, Alec, Isabelle, Simon, and the rest of the crew pull together again to defeat Sebastian and his army of Endarkened Nephilim warriors? Or has Sebastian finally found the one way to defeat the Nephilim.
I had such a good time reading this last installment of The Mortal Instruments. It absolutely thrilled me how Cassandra Clare has expertly linked The Infernal Devices to The Mortal Instruments, while setting the stage for The Dark Artifices, coming Fall 2015. The character development throughout TID and TMI has been exceptional. I don’t doubt for a second that The Dark Artifices will be equally as amazing.
Cassandra Clare is, quite simply, one of the best authors of her time, to have created the world that she did, that keeps all of us craving more, and more, and more.
Book Nerds HIGHLY, HIGHLY recommends that you read both existing series: The Mortal Instruments — and — The Infernal Devices, if you haven’t already.
We are already dying to start The Dark Artifices.
Thank you, Cassandra Clare, for sharing your brilliance with the world.
(Recommendation by Book Nerds, Hil).
Blue Notes, by award winning author Carrie Lofty. A wonderful love story! Our main character is an unbelievably talented pianist. She was born Rosie Nyman, and came from a terrible childhood, with horrifying parents. As a child, she was subjected to so much negativity and darkness. She eventually was placed into the foster system, but managed to be one of the very few to luck out with amazing foster parents, who she later feels more connected to than she ever did her biological parents. In an effort to leave the past behind, she went so far as to change her name to Keeley. Despite her terrifying past, Keeley ends up moving forward with life (or trying to) and attends college at Tulane, where she excels as a pianist, pouring her heart and soul into her music. After eavesdropping on her practicing one day, Keeley meets the beautiful, brooding Jude, who happens to be New Orleans royalty. However, Keeley has no idea who he is, and brushes him off as she (quite literally) sprints away from him. Not long after, they meet again at a local club, where Jude dares Keeley to push her boundaries and her comfort level. Keeley rises to the challenge, making it a night she will never forget. Eventually Keeley finds out who Jude is, billionaire playboy whose parents died tragically, leaving him to run a massive corporation at such a young age. Jude consistently pushes Keeley and opens her up in ways she has never experienced before. All the while, Keeley struggles to hide her jaded past from Jude. When Keeley’s past catches up with her and she’s exposed as her original self, Rosie Nyman, will what these two lovers share be able to withstand the frenzy that follows?
Book Nerds recommends you check this book out for yourself!
(Recommendation by Book Nerds, Hil).
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It’s like Sex & The City on steroids!
UNSCRUPULOUS by Avery Aster
Contemporary Romance, Stand Alone Full Length Novel, HEA, No Cliffhanger, 80,000 words/259 pages, (M/F)
At thirty-three Warner Truman is one of the richest men on the planet, a spa mogul who buys and sells resorts at will. He holds powerful executive’s careers in his well-groomed hands. Nothing is beyond Warner’s reach…until he meets her.
Stunning, tantalizing, and perverse, Taddy Brill captivates Warner’s carnal desire like no woman he’s ever met. A self-made millionaire, Taddy is tougher than steel, more brilliant than diamonds and, at twenty-seven, she’s never depended on a man for anything…until she meets him.
The more Taddy plays with Warner’s affections, driving him to erotic heights, the more she is confronted by a dark past. But before she can love him, Taddy must meet her worst fears head-on or risk losing it all, including herself.
She lost her boyfriend and didn’t know if she would be able to come back from that. For the longest time she was nothing but lost. She returned to school and tried to return back to her old self, but it was him who brought her back. The guy she loved.
He had always been in love with her since the first time he laid eyes on her. Then she dated his best friend and he figured that he lost his chance. When his best friend died he didn’t worry about himself, all he could think about was how she was hurting and could do nothing but be there for her.
She loves him. He loves her. Fate kept them apart and brought them together. He vowed to protect her no matter what. But what lengths will he go to to keep that vow? Will their love be strong enough to survive it all? Or could this be their happy ever after?
“Canary, you have always been my forever since I saw you at that party. I’ve learned to be patient and wait for our time to come. I knew that once our time came it would be an epic romance of grand proportions. I believed that when I became the guy you deserved that you would be mine. I’ve worked so hard to become that guy and I promise you today that I may have my faults but I will always put you first. I vow that I will protect you, if you fall I will pick you up; I will be here by your side through good times and bad.
“I don’t know what I ever did in my life to deserve you but I won’t do anything to jeopardize us. What we have is something special, something everyone strives for, we are that couple that everyone is jealous of. I love you with every fiber of my being. I promise all of this and more until the day I die.”
About the author:
When C.L. King isn’t hard at work writing you can usually catch her reading, baking cookies, dancing to music, or just simply being crazy. She has a huge passion for baseball and the theatre. But her true nerd side comes out when she is doing math for fun. She has an old soul which is evident with her love of the 70s show Emergency. If you want to get on her good side bring her an Ocean Water from Sonic. Even though she tries to focus on one project at a time she always seems to be working on multiple projects at once, it’s a good thing that she is highly organized. Just don’t take her to a book store, you do that and you are likely able to spend hours browsing.
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Just finished Can’t Shake You, by Molly McLain (a River Bend novel). This was a nice romance novel to read. The main characters, Josh & Carissa, had met years earlier and instantly fell hard for one another, but neither of them acted on it beyond that first night. Shortly after, Josh was deployed. While he was gone, Carissa started dating his best friend, Reed. Now Josh is back from deployment and Carissa is single. Problem is– Josh is too noble of a man to pursue his best friends ex, even though he had her first- nobody knows about that. Carissa ends up hiring Josh to help her with an investment property – which adds even more hurdles, because Josh does NOT mix business with pleasure. How in the world can these 2 figure this out without hurting other people in the process? Is it even possible? Check it out! Book Nerds definitely recommends!
(Recommendation by Book Nerds, Hil).
Take Me For Granted, by KA Linde. GREAT READ! If you love seeing a bad boy rock star womanizer fall hard for a nice, classy, good girl – then this is the book for you! Bad boy Grant is a local rock star, who is headed for the big time with his band, who go by the name ContraBand. Grant is accustomed to having any female he’d like, partying hard, and having absolutely no attachments. He doesn’t do feelings. But when he first meets Aribel, he’s momentarily caught off guard by her immediate rejection. This doesn’t deter him, however. What started as a simple conquest developed into a burning need. Aribel flips Grants world upside down. Likewise, Grant opens Aribel’s eyes up to a world that had previously been passing her by. The two of them are so unbelievably different, and the proof of that is in their clashing opinions and witty arguments. Can they each give a little of themselves to each other, in a way that neither of them have ever done before? You’ll have to read the book to find out. This was such a fun read. Definitely recommend!
Knockout by JC Valentine is book 1 of the Wayward Fighters novels. Let me start out by saying that right now, I have a tiny obsession with MMA fighters, and I’ve read a few books now where the male character was a fighter. However, Jami “The Judge” Weston, may just take the cake. Warning: Jami will invoke drooling, swooning, and sighing. He may also piss you off. Oh, but he’s so worth it. Ally comes from a family where spousal abuse was a regular occurrence. Back then, as a young boy, Jami was her protector, her savior, her light. The books begins with Ally and Jami being reunited after years and years. Jami doesn’t know who she is at first, but that doesn’t last long. For Ally, who never stopped loving Jami, she feels as if she’s finally gotten a missing piece of herself back now that Jami is a part of her life again. But does she really? Jami makes it very clear that he is not looking for anything more than a physical relationship with her. He doesn’t have room for the distraction that a deeper relationship would bring with it. Can Ally handle something like that?
Check out this book to find out.
Tapout, book 2, is scheduled to be released Summer 2014. Enjoy!
Recommendation by Book Nerds, Hil.