Week In Review - April 16 to 22 (2)

Friday, April 22, 2011

This is a weekly feature on Fridays which wraps up my reading and reviews from the previous week. Enjoy!

Books read:
  1. Two for the Dough by Janet Evanovich
  2. Lost in the River of Grass by Ginny Rorby
*Links in this section go to Goodreads*

Reviews written:
  1. The Boy Next Door by Meg Cabot (had to redo - will be up later tomorrow)
  2. Lost in the River of Grass by Ginny Rorby
*Links in this section go to my review*

Reviews to write:
  1. Two for the Dough by Janet Evanovich (look for it on Monday)
To be read this week:
I don't think I'll get in anymore than two this week because of finals and papers coming up, but it'll be better than none.

It's always been just Kate and her mom—and her mother is dying. Her last wish? To move back to her childhood home. So Kate's going to start at a new school with no friends, no other family and the fear her mother won't live past the fall.

Then she meets Henry. Dark. Tortured. And mesmerizing. He claims to be Hades, god of the Underworld—and if she accepts his bargain, he'll keep her mother alive while Kate tries to pass seven tests.

Kate is sure he's crazy—until she sees him bring a girl back from the dead. Now saving her mother seems crazily possible. If she succeeds, she'll become Henry's future bride, and a goddess.

London's most notorious seducer, Nicholas Challoner lives solely for revenge . . .

The dashing, licentious Marquess of Ranelaw can never forgive Godfrey Demarest for ruining his sister—now the time has come to repay the villain in the same coin. But one formidably intriguing impediment stands in the way of Nicholas's vengeance: Miss Antonia Smith, companion to his foe's unsuspecting daughter.

Having herself been deceived and disgraced by a rogue—banished by her privileged family as a result and forced to live a lie—Antonia vows to protect her charge from the same cruel fate. She recognizes Ranelaw for the shameless blackguard he is and will devote every ounce of her intelligence and resolve to thwarting him.

Yet Antonia has always had a fatal weakness for rakes . . .

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