In case if you don’t know, ‘It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?’ is a place to meet up and share what you have been, are and about to be reading over the week. It’s a great post to organise yourself. This meme started with J Kaye’s Blog and then was taken up by Sheila from Book Journey. Sheila then passed it on to Kathryn at the Book Date. And here we are!
Hello Everyone! It’s Monday and my second post of this meme. Last week was just okay. I had flu and that’s why I was bit lazy. I never get fever, temperature stays normal but I was feeling tired and that heavy head due to stupid running nose, I just hate it. I couldn’t sleep because of it so reading was good. I completed 2 books and 1 short story.
Last week I finished~~~
I enjoyed reading Daughter of Isis (Descendants of Isis #1). I will post review tomorrow.
What I’m reading this week~~~
Lose Me. by M.C. Frank
Jane Austen meets New Adult fiction in this compulsively readable romance.
“Today is not the day I die.”
Ari Demos starts every day with this thought. Fresh out of high school, she’s landed a coveted role as a stunt double in a new Pride and Prejudice adaptation starring the Hollywood phenomenon Weston Spencer. But this job isn’t going to be easy: Ari will be performing complicated water stunts and driving fast cars along the narrow cliffs of Corfu. One false step and she could lose not only her job, but her life.
And then Wes Spencer, Mr Darcy himself, arrives in Greece. He’s got dirty blonde hair, a mile-long yacht and a bored look on that gorgeous face. Ari wants nothing to do with the rich actor boy, but on the day she meets him, she has an accident. One that almost claims her life. And now she can’t hide from the truth any longer:
She might be much closer to losing everything than she thought. She might be dying. And the British actor is the last person she’d expect to save her life.
She’s a hard-working island girl. He’s adored by millions.
Falling in love was never supposed to be a part of the job.
Staying alive was never supposed to be a part of growing up.
Was this story ever meant for a happily ever after?
Tareh Chronicles: King’s Promise by Michael Stott
Sam, the King’s second son, after escaping into the wilds across the mighty White River, falls ill and is unable to fend for himself. Lal, a poor girl from the village, runs away from home to avoid an arranged marriage to an old man. Drawn by the smoke from Sam’s smoldering fire, she finds him weak and near death.
The two new friends set about surviving in the unforgiving wilderness. Unfortunately, young and inexperienced Human children are not equipped for life outside. Aid comes in the form of a family of Neanderthals, still in existence on Tareh, and well adapted to living in the forest.
Together they discover a shared history of a time long ago, when Neanderthals helped Humans, and a King made a promise to his Neanderthal friends. Can the two learn from each other now? And can Sam fulfill the ancient promise of his family line?
These are big books around 300 pages each so if I could finish it before weekend,
I will read next~~~
Son of Set (Descendants of Isis #2)
All 3 totally different genre. I like it that way. 😉
Fire of questions- What are you reading this week? How was you last week? Anything exciting happened? Have you read any of these books? What do you think about them?? Share your thoughts in the comment-box below.
Happy Reading! 🙂