Merry Christmas everyone! I hope you had a great one. Isn’t it amazing how fast the year has gone? I’m kind of bummed but at the same time excited for what 2015 has in store for all of us. In just a few days, we’re going to say goodbye to 2014 and say hello to 2015. So before the year ends, and before I reveal my top reads for 2014, I thought I’m going to post a teaser and cover for two of my highly anticipated books for 2015.
More than a month ago, I read a book called Bad Romeo by Leisa Rayven. (Don’t ask me how to pronounce her name ’cause I wouldn’t know how.) Anyway, this is Rayven’s debut novel. Prior to my reading it, it had been getting a lot of good buzz from the book blogging community. That got me excited. Plus, the blurb promised a very angsty read.
If you’re on Scribd, you’ve probably heard that they’ve added 30,000 audiobooks to their subscription list. This made me happy especially this holiday season when things are hectic for me and I couldn’t find the time to read. So it helps to have some audio titles on hand that I could just load into my iPhone and listen to while doing my Christmas shopping or cooking or whatever it is that needs my attention this Christmas. I have come to appreciate the convenience that audiobooks offer when RL gets hectic for me, and listening to audiobooks is really a great way to keep up with your reading list.
It’s hard to find a good romantic suspense books that has the right balance of romance and suspense. This book has a great cloak-and-dagger element plus a hot second-chance at love story.
Blurb Charlotte and Nathan were supposed to be forever. They grew up together. Their families were intertwined. Charlotte was Nathan’s first love. Nathan was Charlotte’s first everything. Until they weren’t. How do you hold on to the person you know in your heart you are supposed to be with when everything and everyone in the universe is telling you it’s over? How many times does a heart break? When is enough…..enough? How long is forever?
About two years ago, I started my first blog, Ever After Romance Book Blog. It was an extension of my passion for reading. I was so excited to be blogging about books that I love and loathe, and getting ARCs that I totally over-extended myself. I got heavily involved with the blog tour circuit, and I signed up for every blog tour, cover reveal, release day blitz I could find. It was exhausting. Reading and reviewing became a chore. Worst of all, my blog doesn’t look like the blog that I had envisioned when I first started. Last November, I decided to formally close that blog and start fresh. Hence, The Racy Lit Reader is born. This time, I won’t be doing much promo tours. If I do, it will only be because I truly loved the book and want to share my “find” with others.