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April 13th – 19th: Is there a fictitious town in a book that you would love to live in? What makes it appealing? (submitted by Elizabeth @ Silver’s Reviews)
Strawberry Valley, Oklahoma featured in the Original Heartbreakers series by Gena Showalter. I feel in love with Strawberry Valley the moment of it’s introduction. I really like the small town feel of Strawberry Valley and the festivals they do. It all reminds me of my small town growing up, but also the peace, the relaxing feeling you get living with natural around you.
Koa Point, Hawaii featured in Aloha Shifters: Jewels of the Heart by Anna Lowe. Who doesn’t like a tropical island to live on? To have your own private beach to relax on with a sexy shifter at your side. Ya, that would be nice. I like the slow pace of life, not the hustle and bustle.
Nocturne Falls featured in Nocturne Falls series by Kristen Painter. Who wouldn’t love to live in a paranormal town where they celebrate Halloween 365 days a year? I love paranormal creatures, so this would be a fun town for me plus you could dress up as anything and no one would find it not normal.
I have just finished the 3rd book in Richelle Mead's series "The Vampire Academy". I loved this book so much...
Too many things happened all at once and I loved every moment. I loved Rose and Dimitri so much. I can't believe what happened which I won't say due to spoilers for other people that want to read this book but know that it will tear you apart inside.
Richelle Mead is amazing and her writing style is so easy to follow which is why I'm loving this series so much. I very excited to read her other series Blood Lines which I'm pretty sure involves Lisa still.
Lisa and Christian are so cute together by the way.
Ralf sounded like an asshole btw.