I think we’re all pretty much familiar with the Popsugar Reading Challenge that comes out every year, however if you’re not I’ll direct you to a previous post that explains it. Now, I’ve made a list of the novels I’d LIKE to read for this challenge, but I’ll probably end up deviating from it. Here we go:

*I own


Red = Completed (or read)

A book based on a fairy tale

Cinder – Marissa Meyer


A national book award winner

Holes – Louis Sachar

A YA bestseller

City of bones – Cassandra Clare*


A book you haven’t read since high school

High school wasn’t that long ago for me, so I don’t know if I’m going to do this one.

A book translated to English

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo – Stieg Larsson*

A Romance Set In The Future

Naked in Death – J. D. Robb


A book set in Europe

Firelight by Kristen Callihan

A book that’s under 150 pages

Shrek! – William Steig

A New York Times Bestseller

The Girl on the Train – Paula Hawkins*

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Lustlocked: A Sin du Jour Affair by Matt Wallace

The staff of New York’s premier supernatural catering company, has their work cut out for them in this outrageous follow-up to Envy of Angels.

The Goblin King (yes, that one) and his Queen are celebrating the marriage of their son to his human bride. Naturally the celebrations will be legendary.

But when desire and magic mix, the results can be unpredictable.

Our heroes are going to need more than passion for the job to survive the catering event of the decade!

Outlander [Tv Series]


Outlander is a series by Diana Gabaldon. I haven’t read the books however, I did like the TV Series until it became too much for me. Every other episode there was either a rape, attempted rape or a sex scene, ugh I felt horribly filthy after watching each episode. But I LOVED me some Jamie! Check out the trailer below:

Bad Boy’s Baby by Sosie Frost

280923063.5 stars

★ ★ ★ ★

Star professional quarterback Jack Carson has the worst reputation in the league. He’s arrogant and gorgeous, and if he’s not in bed with a new woman, he’s sleeping off the party in a jail cell.

But now he’s gotten in trouble too many times and needs my help to protect his career. As his publicist, I’ve hidden his dirty exploits and silenced the sexy rumors…but I missed the hottest scandal of the year. Apparently, Jack and I are dating.

When the manwhore lies to the league and claims we’re in a committed relationship, he jeopardizes both our jobs. I can’t trust the tattooed bad boy, but now I’m stuck defending him. I have to make him seem respectable—no matter what.

But his shameful reputation isn’t fixed with a few photos of us on a date. With the league determined to expel him for bad-behavior, Jack has only one option to convince them he’s wholesome, dependable, and responsible.

Jack Carson wants to start a family.

And he’s chosen me to give him the baby.

*Warning: This review will not be like my others, since this is a New Adult novel, I will have adultish comments about it. For once I’m acting my age :d*

Let’s just get this out the way first: Horrible title and terrible blurb.

Now that that’s over, shall we begin?

There was a substantial amount of people who couldn’t even bare the sample, yet along reading the book to completion – I rather enjoyed it. Since I read a fair amount of New Adult novels I switched off my YA mode and switched on my NA mode – this is required – before reading this book. NA novels tend to have seriously cocky and egotistical hero’s that make you want to cut your eyes out from their constant noise of self-praise, and Jack Carson was no different. He’s an egotistical asshole. It’s irrefutable. He parties hard, thinks he’s God’s gift to women, and is a serious manwhore.

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