WWW Wednesday – July 11, 2018

Dear book-lovers,
Welcome to WWW Wednesday! This meme is hosted by Taking on a World of Words. The idea of this meme is to answer three W questions, which are:
What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?


Oh, ah… I have barely been able to put down the book I started reading just few hour ago…I haven’t paid much attention to time, as I’m reading my third book today as I started reading one already last night. So now I’m about 12% in The Mistake (Off-Campus #2) by Elle Kennedy. I have loved all her co-writing as Erin Watt books and finally today I picked up Elle’s books. Oh, ah…yeah, I’m loving this addictive, entertaining, hot and intense new adult romance with hockey players. Ice-hockey is my number one sport, kind off, the only sport for me 🙂 I also have started P.S I Still Love You (To All the Boys I Have Loved Before #2) by Jenny Han but even thou I really enjoyed the first book in the series, for some reason I wasn’t able to get into this one, so I have put it a side for time being after reading 31%


So this has been a great reading week, since last Wednesday as I have read like almost 8 books. That’s something, but I’m getting as much reading as I can as I won’t be able to read much for a month now, as I’m traveling to Latvia again, for one more wedding, a couple of birthdays and some more fun family and friend’s time. But let’s get to the books that I have read this past week. A List of Cages by Robin Roe was the first book, and I very much enjoyed it, even thou, it was quite a dark and hard read that punched me in the stomach and heart several times. Next was one of my most anticipated reads of this year One Small Thing by Erin Watt that didn’t disappoint. It was an intense and a bit dark read but the same time it offered that beautiful and light hope of sunshine. I really enjoyed this book that shows that Erin Watt is still one of my favourite and an unbeatable contemporary romance author. As the Netflix TV series are soon approaching then my next reading choice was To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before #1) by Jenny Han. It was adorable, sweet, cute and fun read, of course part of it could be that one of my favourite tropes is the fake relationship one. So afterwards I started the second book in the series but I couldn’t really get into it anymore, so I just decided to find some more fake relationship YA books. I ended up reading Blackmail Boyfriend (Boyfriend Chronicles #1) by Chris Cannon, which was fun, easy and entertaining read even with all the clichés, predictability, childishness and some unlikable characters, however, the ending was a bit disappointingly cringe worthy, but I still kind of enjoyed reading this as I was craving something kind of like this story. But still wanting more of some easy, light, fun, sweet and cute story, so I got my hands on Play With Me (Grover Beach Team #1) by Piper Shelly, which was even better and more enjoyable than the previous book I read. To change things a bit around then today I went next for something entirely different – a poetry book The Princess Saves Herself in this One (Women Are Some Kind of Magic #1) by Amanda Lovelace. Mhh-hmm, OK, I have to return some library books tomorrow, so I had to read this book just because of that 🙂 It is hard to rate and review this book because it didn’t feel like a poetry book. This book was in four parts, where I didn’t much understand and felt kind of confused for the first three parts, but the last part and the messages that the author tried to deliver in a new and interesting way I liked. However, overall I didn’t like this book much but it was very fast read, it didn’t even take an hour to fly trough. And finally I choice NA contemporary romance that just stole my heart away with introducing me to the hottest ice-hockey player named Garrett Graham in The Deal (Off-Campus #1) by Elle Kennedy. Oh my… What an addictive, steamy, swoon-worthy, entertaining and very enjoyable read. But the same time the story did look at some dark issues of rape and abuse as well, however, it was romantic, sweet and full of banter and fun as well. I think this was the best book of the week. So, yeah, this was a very good reading week with some great books of 5 YA contemporaries, poetry, and NA contemporary romance.


Yesterday I would have said I have no idea what next but today is a different story. When I finish my current book in Off-Campus series, I’m going to read the next two as well, so The Score (Off-Campus #3) and The Goal (Off-Campus #4) by Elle Kennedy for sure will be finished by the end of this week. These hockey players have stolen my heart for now 🙂

Tell me in comments – What books have you recently read, are currently reading or plan to read next? You can also share your WWW post link here in comments 😉

Happy reading,
Lady of Bookland

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2 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday – July 11, 2018

  1. I have read now all four books from the Off-Campus series and enjoyed them all very much. My favourite out of them is The Deal and The Mistake is second 🙂 This was the first time that I have read 8 books in one week, must admit that it feels amazing 🙂


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