For The Reading Quest, I’ve challenged myself with reading 13-17 books from…
I am participating in a book-reading challenge in August and September! I’ve…
2017 is here, and so far, not a big improvement over 2016,…
2017 is here, and so far, not a big improvement over 2016, to be honest with you. I completely missed the boat when everyone was sharing what books in 2017 they were most looking forward to, so I thought I’d do it now. We can all use some good things to hope for. 🙂
If the book is available for preorder, link will take you to Amazon. If not, link will take you to Goodreads. I hope you find some books you like! Maybe we can read them together.
Vapor Trail by Lia Cooper – Pub Date: Feb 10
If you like solid murder mysteries, awesome supernatural magic, and guys in love, you will like Lia Cooper’s books. Come for the hot werewolves, stay for the mystery. This is the sequel to the second trilogy set in this universe, and I can’t wait to read it.
The Love Interest by Cale Dietrich – Pub Date: May 16
A YA novel love triangle… where the two guys fall in love with each other. That’s really all I needed to hear to be sold on this. The fact that it’s some kind of spy thriller that turns the love triangle trope into an intentional scheme? That’s just icing on the cake.
I am a huge fan of R. Cooper, and have read (almost)…
I am a huge fan of R. Cooper, and have read (almost) everything she’s written. If you have any interest in feelsy love stories between two guys (often with supernatural stuff going on), you need to read basically everything she has ever written.
But let’s talk about Firebird.
This book is a TREASURE. It is the crowning jewel in R. Cooper’s already stunning array of amazing books, and I am just… “book hangover” does not begin to cover it.
Firebird is told in a series of short stories, all in the same world as Cooper’s other “Beings in Love” books.
Cooper is the absolute queen of the “mutual pining” story. All of her characters are distinct, complex people with their own personalities, and yet she weaves them together with their perfect counterpart, in an brilliant, entertaining story like absolute magic. Every time.