Wednesday, 1 February 2012

A Few To Munch On

1.) Cool Beans (by Erynn Mangum)
Rating: 5
Quick Synopsis: For those who like coffee, chocolate, friends, ice-cream and obsessing over all four, Cool Beans (book 1 of 3) is definitely the book series for you! Maya Davis is a barista and struggling to juggle her ambitions, love life (which is so non-existent) and the "web we weave when we begin to deceive". Can good come out of all the dramas of her life? And could she possibly find something that means more to her than coffee? (Answer: Not likely!)
What to eat next: MissMatch series by Erynn Mangum and Austenland by Shannon Hale

2.) Aurelia (by Anne Osterlund)
Rating: 4
Quick Synopsis: For Crown Princess Aurelia, life is simple, perfect. Though unbeknown to her, all this is about to change. Assassination attempts, court intrigue, secret plots and scandals she knew nothing of are about to rise to the surface. Who is trying to kill her? Could it be the enemy? Her stepmother? Or could it be one of those closest to her - someone she trusts? In the midst of danger and her inner struggle for freedom, Aurelia also has to deal with the biggest danger of all...(yes its so cheesy) love. 
What to eat next: Bewitching Season by Marissa Doyle and the Gemma Doyle Trilogy

3.) Silent Governess (by Julie Klassen)
Rating: 5 (If I could give it a 6, I would.)
Quick Synopsis: Olivia Keene flees her small town in the dead of the night - running away from her past, her shame and her own secret. Little did she know she'd stumble across the secret of another - the esteemed Lord Bradley - after being attacked in the woods. A secret which could mean the demise of everything he has; his reputation, title and the life he knows. As a precaution, Lord Bradley takes her on as a governess for his niece and nephew. Unable to speak due to an injury sustained during the attack, she remains silent, though this does nothing to stop Lord Bradley's growing attraction for her. But can they be together when so many secrets threaten to tear them apart? BEAUTIFULLY WRITTEN and one of my favourites!
What to eat next: The Apothecary's Daughter by Julie Klassen and Brightly Woven by Alexandra Bracken

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