Never wish upon a star.
Sixteen-year-old Abigail Crumble’s learning this the hard way.
During a moment of weakness, Abigail wished on the stars only to discover she’s cursed as a result. And she’s been on a journey to rectify her mistake ever since. Trouble is, the quest to rid herself of the curse has proven to be much more arduous than she could have ever imagined. And far from over.
Separated from her friends and believing them dead, trapped in the faelti camp and being held hostage by the evil Kai Sisu, Abigail is no closer to reaching Levana’s Dwelling and breaking the curse than she was the day she left her hometown
Ya / Paranormal / Fanstay
Kylie is a sheep in wolf's clothing. Her heart is more fragile than she let's on. Ben is a wolf in sheep's clothing. He knows how to fool the best. Impossible Bachelor thrives on illusions. The characters are not the image they present to the world, but a work in progress striving to find a happy ending as elusive as the stars in the sky. Broken by life, hurt by love, Kylie is afraid to trust her heart. Ben is the piece of the puzzle that could mend her soul and he'll break every wall she erects to build himself a home in her sheltered heart. Cardello makes complicated look like a piece of cake. A little rough around the edges, but a deliciously flavorful treat. (4.5 stars)
To all the Star Wars fans: May the 4th be with you.
I adulted so hard this week, including a five hour drive to/from Central London for a 15 minute VA medical appointment that could have been done via a telephone call. So I am going to enjoy this beautiful bank holiday for all it is worth, starting tonight with taking the family to a food truck rally on base (which means I don't have to cook dinner!).
Books: I finished The Miner's Lady (Land of Shining Water #3) by Tracie Peterson last night. So I am going to start on To End All Wars by getting part 1 (six chapters). I borrowed from OverDrive Harmony Cabins (Finding Home #2) by Regina Hart and He's So Fine (Lucky Harbor #11) by Jill Shalvis. I borrowed from RB Digitial When Snow Falls (Whiskey Creek #2) by Brenda Novak. Seems like a contemporary romance binge is coming this week.
Hope you all enjoy this first weekend of May.