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Home Is Where The Heart Is
by J A Fielding


This was alsmost like 50 Shades and I absolutely love it. A billionaire and a struggling real estate agent. Lavish mansions in England and a beautiful and exciting love story unfolds for you on the pages. Will absolutely be reading the others in this series
 
 


Fifty Shades Of Grey
by E.l. James


I read all three of these books a few years ago and reread it as part of my activites for the summer reading program and it was just as good as it was the first time I read it. Love this triology
 
 


Vampire Academy
by Richelle Mead


I read this entire collection awhile back and they were really good. I attempted to reread them all again but after this one I lost my interest. The book is good just not something that held my interest to reread.
 
 


Torment
by Lauren Kate


I really loved this book and am super excited to read the entire series.
 
 


Carter Diamond 1
by Ashley


This book is really an awakening about the street life but was very well done. I really enjoyed it
 
 


BFF's
by Brenda Hampton


Ratchet, Ratchet, Ratchet......lol, but good. I will be reading the other 2.
 
 


BFF's 3
by Brenda Hampton


Surely an unexpected ending but I really did like these books. Although they were really ratchet, the story line proves to show a awesome friendship between these women. Well done B. Hampton
 
 


Luck Of The Devil
by Meghan March


I love, love, love this forge trilogy thus far. Can't wait to read the third one.
 
 


Artemis Fowl Atlantis Complex
by Eoin Colfer


Orion was absolutely hilarious. While it would be strange for there to be interspecies romance, I am hoping that some of Orion's feels for Holly are shared with Artemis.
 
 


One-Punch Man vol 2
by ONE


I love how eager Genos is. He's extremely cool, but is serious and looks up to Saitama to a fault. And then Saitama's punchline is one of dismay due to missing a super market sale.
 
 


One-punch Man vol 1
by ONE


A hilarious satire of super heroes. While the art of Murata is beautiful and breathtaking, the main character, Saitama is drawn in such a flat and ridiculous way. There is no power ups like many shounen manga, because Saitama is already at the pinnacle of strength
 
 


One Piece vol 91
by Eiichiro Oda


Luffy next ends up in Wano, a very feudal Japan-like country, and picks up the hanging plot with Momonosuke, but without Momonosuke. And now Oda reveals that time travel is possible in the One Piece world.
 
 


One Piece vol 90
by Eiichiro Oda


Jinbei does the infamous deed of staying behind so his friends can escape, in which most fictional characters end up with their death flags. Oda gives us more tantalizing bit of the wider world and it's politics. I'm so curious to see Robin discover true history and the void century to see how the world was set up.
 
 


One Piece vol 89
by Eiichiro Oda


Katakuri, for the Big Mom arc, seems to be Luffy's main opponent to defeat. I really don't understand why is big secret is so embarrassing due to the strange creatures and characters that inhabit Oda's world.
 
 


One Piece vol 88
by Eiichiro Oda


The werebunny Carrot is rather cool when she transforms. Big Mom is too big of an opponent to fight directly as a Yonko rather than a Shichibukai level, so all the Straw Hats can do is to just try to escape.
 
 
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