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Etched in Bone by Anne Bishop


Wow, wow, wow! I was able to get an ARC from netgalley of this book and I want to assure everyone out there that it is as amazing as you imagine it is going to be. But first what’s the book about? Here is the blurb:

After a human uprising was brutally put down by the Elders—a primitive and lethal form of the Others—the few cities left under human control are far-flung. And the people within them now know to fear the no-man’s-land beyond their borders—and the darkness…

As some communities struggle to rebuild, Lakeside Courtyard has emerged relatively unscathed, though Simon Wolfgard, its wolf shifter leader, and blood prophet Meg Corbyn must work with the human pack to maintain the fragile peace. But all their efforts are threatened when Lieutenant Montgomery’s shady brother arrives, looking for a free ride and easy pickings.

With the humans on guard against one of their own, tensions rise, drawing the attention of the Elders, who are curious about the effect such an insignificant predator can have on a pack. But Meg knows the dangers, for she has seen in the cards how it will all end—with her standing beside a grave.

I’m going to be honest with you guys, this series is in my top five must read/buy right now so when I got to get a copy of this I was literally ready for an all nighter. I love the world Anne has built, I love the characters, and most of all I love the style of Anne’s writing in this series. I’m a big Patricia Briggs and Ilona Andrews fan so this type of series is of course on my radar but I feel Anne does something that they don’t, she forces you to follow stories at a slow burn pace while keeping them so intriguing that you can’t put the book down. Allow me to explain, at times you feel as if you are just going through day to day things with the characters and yet at the same time you know life changing, possibly world changing events are happening. No author makes me desire that less happened and more happened all at the same time, but not in a bad way! In book four (this was book five) she almost broke me she did this so skillfully and fortunately this was a bit easier on my feeble heart but still, one of my favorite books of the year. I will still be buying it and can’t wait to write a more in depth, spoiler type review, once it has been published.

Fans of this series, preorder this right now! If you haven’t started this series yet, get the first book Written in’ll be hooked before you know it!

Here is a link for the book on Amazon and goodreads. I hope you check out this series, it is worth it!

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Into the Fire (Bridge Series #2)
by Meredith Wild
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Release Date: June 21, 2016
Darren Bridge is living a bachelor’s dream. When he’s not running into burning buildings
with his crew, he’s training the flavor of the week at his brother’s gym. Few women have
ever been off limits…until Vanessa. Smart, beautiful, and legs for days, she’s unlike
anyone he’s ever met. Too bad he’s sworn to leave her alone.
Overworked with no end in sight, Vanessa Hawkins hasn’t had a vacation in nearly two
years. When Cameron and Maya’s destination wedding takes her out of the office for a
much-needed break, she finds herself struggling to resist her attraction to the best man.
Darren is dangerously good-looking with enough charm to make any hot-blooded
woman want to drop her panties and enjoy the ride, no matter how long it lasts.
When they return to the city, Darren realizes the single life has lost its glimmer. But with

everything else on her plate, Vanessa doesn’t have room in her life for a man, let alone

a player. Can Darren find his way into her heart and convince her that he’s worth the



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Over the Edge (Bridge #3)
Release Date: October 25, 2016
Olivia Bridge has always been a good girl—good grades, good friends, a good job that
her wealthy parents handed her. The only thing missing is a husband to complete her
role of the perfect daughter.
Then she walked away from it all.
Desperate to carve out a new life that is truly hers, Liv takes on the challenge of helping
her brothers open a new fitness center in New York City. When she comes between two
men who couldn’t be more different or more determined to turn all her goodness inside
out, she has to decide how far she’s really willing to step outside of her family’s


On My Knees (Bridge Series #1)

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Haunted by the responsibility of caring for her troubled family, Maya Jacobs gave the
only answer she could when Cameron asked her to marry him. Years later, entrenched
in a soulless professional routine, she distracts herself from the lingering regret of her
decision with a “work hard, play hard” lifestyle that guarantees no man will ever find his
way into her heart again.
Cameron Bridge has spent the past five years married to the military, trying to escape
the painful memory of losing Maya. After fighting his own war in the desert, he starts a
new life in New York City, with his siblings, Olivia and Darren, by his side. When fate
brings Maya back to him in the heart of a city filled with its own hopes and shadows, can
Cameron find the girl he once loved in the woman she’s become?
Into the Fire (Bridge Series #2)
by Meredith Wild




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Do You Reread Past Books/Series?

I just finished the new JR Ward book as you all know and it inspired me to reread some of the older BDB books. The more I thought about it the more I realized that when I’m in a reading slump or before one of my favorites puts out a new book, I’ll reread some if not all of their series. Is this odd? Do you have favorites you continually go back to? Are there certain series that you have to reread past books before the new one is released? I’m curious to see where I stand..