There are books that fit firmly into their assigned genre, and then there are books that fit firmly into their assigned genre. False Memory, by Meli Raine, is definitely one of the latter.
The book is tagged as a suspense, and, based on its summary and today’s teasers, it easily earns its place in the genre. I’m sure you’ll agree as soon as you take a look.
Before you do, though, stop by Meli’s rafflecopter, where she’s giving away a $25 gyft.com gift card.
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I’ve occasionally mentioned that I don’t always know what, exactly, draws me into a book’s summary. That isn’t at all the case with Ani Gonzalez’s Hex Marks the Spot.
There were a few key phrases that locked me in as soon as I read them:
- The main character’s hometown is the “Most Haunted in America”;
- There’s a hellhound chihuahua; and
- A necromancer has to save the world.
Those were, without a doubt, my favourite parts of this book’s summary. And we get a glimpse of each one of them in today’s excerpt.
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There was something in the summary of Laney Wylde’s If She Were Blind that instantly caught my attention. Maybe it was the idea of someone unknowingly trying to hire an assassin to target herself. Maybe it was promise of a tense mix of suspense and romance.
Then again, maybe it was the comparison to Veronica Mars. I do love that show, after all.
Regardless, something drew me in, and I couldn’t wait to read at least a little of this promising book. Today, we’re all lucky enough to check out an excerpt. Before we do, though, take a moment to enter Laney’s rafflecopter, where she’s giving away a Justice Always t-shirt.
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Sweet and funny–it’s such a wonderful combination. And I can’t ask for much more when it comes to a romance novel.
I knew when I read the summary for Jessie Donovan’s Crazy Scottish Love that I had found the exact type of comedic romance that I tend to enjoy most. Today’s excerpt only provided extra confirmation, and somehow managed to make me want to read the book more than I already did.
That wouldn’t have been an easy thing to do, let me tell you.
It will, however, be easy for you to get just as hooked on this novel as I am. Before you do, though, take a moment to enter Jessie’s rafflecopter, where she’s giving away a $25 Amazon (US) gift card, a tartan scarf, and a mini-swag pack of goodies from Scotland.
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I love getting inside a villain’s head. There’s just something really intriguing about finding out what motivates them, even when you don’t agree with what they’re doing–even when you’re utterly appalled by it.
I think that’s why I enjoy this excerpt from Death by the River, by Alexandrea Weis and Lucas Astor, as much as I do. It gives us a sneak peak into the mind of the main character, a young boy who is described right in the novel’s summary as a psychopath intent on making people suffer. There’s so much tension in this little but of text, and it definitely leaves me wanting more.
Before you take a look for yourself, though, stop over at Alexandrea and Lucas’s rafflecopter, where they’re giving away a $20 Amazon gift card.
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