28 November 2011

It's Monday What Are You Reading? #6

It's Monday What Are You Reading is a weekly meme hosted by Book Journey in which we plan our reading week!

                                                 Currently Reading

                                        Crave by Melissa Darnell

                                                       New Beginnings by Rebecca Emin

Reading Next

Darker Still by Leanna Renee Hieber

Firelight by Sophie Jordan

I am enjoying Crave and I am nearly finished so I can't wait to start Darker Still. I am yet to start New Beginnings but when I do I don't think it will take me long to read as there isn't many pages and then I can finally start Firelight I have had this for a while now and I really want to read it.


  1. I hope you enjoy all of the books you have lined up for this week.

  2. I read Firelight over the summer and I really enjoyed it! Kind of reminded me of Twilight but writing and plot were better IMO. :)

  3. Nice! Darker Still and Firelight were both pretty good! Happy Reading!

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  4. I really need to read Firelight. I won it from the author a while back and I have never read it yet. Maybe this week or next week. :)

    My Monday list if you'd like to take a look: http://rachelreader.blogspot.com/2011/11/its-monday-what-are-you-reading-9.html

  5. I've heard loads of great things about Darker Still lately! I hope you have a great reading week :)

  6. I'm so excited to read Crave! Can't wait to see your review :)

  7. I've never seen those, but I'll read your review and then make my final decision to read the books. Darker Still, for some reason, reminds me of Taylor Swift as a brunette. They look alike if you look at them from slightly far away. Either that, or I need a new pair of contacts!

  8. I love the cover of Firelight! Happy reading!

  9. I love the cover of Crave. Thanks for following me on twitter. I am now following you on twitter and GFC. Stop by and check out my book review blog: