Happy Friday! The weekend is finally here! It’s time for Friday Reads, in which I share with you all what I plan on reading this weekend. Friday Reads is a query that was started on Twitter and has been carried over to the book blogging/vlogging community. It is also a part of my Daily Post; to learn more about it click here.
Witnessing a brutal murder at work is only the beginning of Celia’s problems. The fact that the victim is a vampire only proves to complicate her life even more. The vampires of New England have always had an undetected existence among humans but with the unprovoked death of one of their own, the lust for revenge has begun. Celia’s concerns are magnified when a hunter from Dallas arrives in town. With Jay’s sexy smile and rugged ways, Celia finds herself wanting to spend time with him despite being mysteriously linked to the nest that is threatening to become extinct if Jay gets his way. When four bodies are found drained of blood; Jay teams up with a local bunch to take out all the undead which coincidentally, includes her boyfriend Victor. Celia won’t stand seeing anything happen to Victor but refuses to hurt Jay as well. Confusion, lust, rage and violence intertwine as worlds collide. Celia will soon discover that her neat little start to unravel.-Goodreads summary
I received Sweet from the author and publisher via Goodreads in exchange for an honest review. Currently, I am 50% into it and find it to be a fairly easy read. After completing The Book Thief, Wilkerson’s conversational writing style is easy to comprehend, which makes this book a fairly quick read. Despite its writing style, I do have some issues with the book, which I’m sure will be detailed in my review. I hope to be finished with it tonight, as I am trying to complete many of my ARCs and write my reviews!
When 13-year-old Gretchen Harris’s mother is murdered at Gretchen’s 8th Grade graduation party, everyone in the town of Delphi, California, suspects a power struggle within the Oculus Society: Delphi’s version of the Junior League. Gretchen’s best friend, Jessica Shaw, might even hold the key to finding the culprit withThe Plotinus Ability: the Oculus Society’s jealously guarded secret power to trade souls, which hinges on a kiss. Gretchen’s hope at finding the murderer ends in tragedy when Ariel Miller—the class outcast—stalks Gretchen and Jessica and surreptitiously films them exchanging a kiss to test if the Plotinus Ability is real, not knowing their motives. The ensuing YouTube video (“Popular Girls = Secret Lovers”) goes viral, Gretchen’s and Jessica’s lives are further shattered, and they vanish from Delphi.
Flash forward two years later: Ariel is suddenly the most popular junior in town, but wracked with guilt over what she did to Gretchen and Jessica. When both girls reappear after their mysterious absence, Ariel finds herself pawn, suspect, and key player in their scheme to bring the murderer to justice.-Goodreads summary
I was provided Projection from the publishing company (Soho Teen) via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. I have approximately three weeks to get this book read and reviewed, so I definitely need to start this one! I’m looking forward to the mystery elements in this story. Of course, there will be a review published in the future! Hopefully, I get this finished this weekend so I can check another ARC off my list!
*What are you reading this weekend? Comment below!*