Release Day Blitz: Royally Yours by Emma Chase

Princess Lenora Celeste Beatrice Arabella Pembrook had an unusual childhood. She was raised to be a Queen—the first Queen of Wessco.

It’s a big deal.

When she’s crowned at just nineteen, the beautiful young monarch is prepared to rule. She’s charming, clever, confident and cunning.

What she isn’t…is married.

It’s her advising council’s first priority. It’s what Parliament is demanding, and what her people want.

Lenora has no desire to tie herself to a man—particularly one who only wants her for her crown. But compromises must be made and royals must do their duty.

Even Queens. Especially them.

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Years ago, Edward Langdon Richard Dorian Rourke, walked away from his title and country. Now he’s an adventurer—climbing mountains, exploring jungles, going wherever he wants, when he wants—until family devotion brings him home.

And a sacred promise keeps him there.

To Edward, the haughty, guarded little Queen is intriguing, infuriating…and utterly captivating. Wanting her just might drive him mad—or become his greatest adventure.

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Within the cold, stone walls of the royal palace—mistrust threatens, wills clash, and an undeniable, passionate love will change the future of the monarchy forever.

Every dynasty has a beginning. Every legend starts with a story.

This is theirs.

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Emma Chase is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the hot and hilarious Tangled series and The Legal Briefs series. Emma lives in New Jersey with her husband, two children and two naughty (but really cute) dogs. She has a long-standing love/hate relationship with caffeine.

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Halloween Book Recommendations

October is the perfect time to read spooky or mystery thriller books. Though they aren’t my go-to genres, it’s nice to read them once in a while when I needed a break from contemporary romance. Here are the books I’d like to recommend for Halloween season:

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That’s What He Said Thursday (#5): 9-27-2018

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That’s what He said Thursday is hosted by chapterbreak.net . In this meme, we get to post a favorite line from our favorite book boyfriends to their heroine. This is more of a dialogue kind of post and it’s not a physical description of the hero but a line spoken to their heroines. (for more information click here )

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“I’m falling in love with you, Gracelyn May,” I confessed, feeling my chest tighten from saying the words. “I’m falling in love with every part of you, but before I can give you all of me, I think I need to learn more about myself. About my wants, my needs, before I can be what you deserve.”

Jackson Emery to Gracelyn Harris | Disgrace by Brittainy C. Cherry

Beatrice

Top 5 Wednesday: My Favorite Book Covers

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This weekly meme is created by Lainey of Ginger Reads Lainey and with its new host, Sam of Thoughts on Tomes . You can check out the weekly topics on the Top 5 Wednesday – Goodreads Page. Here are my top five favorite book covers in no particular order:

  1. The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang – I’m a sucker for teal covers and this one was simple yet eye-catching.
  2. The Sun Is Also A Star by Nicola Yoon – The most creative YA book cover. Enough said. The string art was stunning. I love it.
  3. Wicked Heart by Leisa Rayven – Among Leisa Rayven’s books, this is my favorite book cover. I love this shade of blue (Sapphire Blue).
  4. One Day Soon by A. Meredith Walters – Simply beautiful. As for the story, you’ll fall in love and cry over this. One of the most underrated romance novels indeed.
  5. The Star-Touched Queen by Roshani Chokshi – Honestly one of the most breathtaking covers ever designed.

What are your favorite book covers? Let me know on the comments below or drop your T5W link.

Beatrice

That’s What HE Said Thursday (#4): 9-13-2018

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I’m excited to post another TWHST after three years! That’s what He said Thursday is hosted by chapterbreak.net . In this meme, we get to post a favorite line from our favorite book boyfriends to their heroine. This is more of a dialogue kind of post and it’s not a physical description of the hero but a line spoken to their heroines. (for more information click here )

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” I want to make love to you because I care about you. I want to worship your naked body with my own and learn all of your secrets. I want to please you, not for minutes, but for hours and even days. I want to see you arch your back in ecstasy and look into your eyes when I make you come.”

Gabriel Emerson to Julianne Mitchell | Gabriel’s Inferno by Sylvain Reynard

Beatrice

TV Series Thoughts (SPOILERS)| Meteor Garden (2018)

MG2018IMDB Rating: 8.5 / 10

My Rating: 8 / 10

No. of episodes: 49

Running Time: 45 min / episode

Genre: Romantic Comedy

Casts: Shen Yue, Dylan Wang, Darren Chen, Caesar Wu, Connor Leong, Li Jia Qi

Producer: Angie Chai

Synopsis:

Shan Cai is an 18-year-old girl from a family that’s barely able to make ends meet. Due to a turn of events, she gets accepted into a school that only accepts the upper class elites. She immediately clashes with her classmates especially Dao Ming Si who is spoiled, arrogant and a bully. She remains defiant even after becoming a target of a series of pranks intended to torment her and just when she’s about to give up, Hua Ze Lei always seems to show up to lend her a helping hand. Eventually, the four boys begin to acknowledge Shan Cai’s unyielding personality that is like her namesake which is that of a weed that can never be brought down. She also begins to see the good in the boys, which paves the way for friendship and an eventual romance. (IMDB) This is based on the Japanese shojo Boys Over Flowers written by Yoko Kamio.

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Top 5 Wednesday: Books I’ve Removed from my TBR

I’ve added a lot of books on my TBR list and as years went by, my reading taste changed and I lost my interest to some of them. I clean up my TBR pile every 6 months and here are my top 5 books I’ve removed. This weekly meme is created by Lainey of Gingerreads Lainey and with its new host, Sam of Thoughts on Tomes. You can check out the weekly topics on the Top 5 Wednesday – Goodreads Page

  1. The Avery Shaw Experiment by Kelly Oram – I added this book ages ago because of its blurb. Years gone by, I lost my interest. I’m taking a pass.
  2. Invisibility by Andrea Cremer and David Levithan – I forgot why I added this book.
  3. Torment by Lauren Kate – Since the first book was excruciatingly boring, I don’t see a point of giving the rest of it a chance.
  4. Beneath This Man by Jodi Ellen Malpas – As soon as I’ve read This Man and hated it, I removed the sequel from my list.
  5. Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher – This is one of the popular books during my college years. It’s a good thing I didn’t read it due to its problematic content.

What are the books you’ve removed on your TBR? Feel free to let me know on the comments. 

Beatrice