The Week's Entrée #66

Hi! Welcome to another edition of The Week's Entrée!


June, guys, JUNE! Can you believe that? We're half-way through the year and it really feels like only yesterday we were starting the new year. It has been a good year so far and I really hope it stays that way. I've read plenty of wonderful books too and I'm crossing my fingers that I can complete my Goodreads challenge of 115 books (I've currently read 42 books!). How are you guys keeping up with your challenge?

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Book reviews in other sites:

I reviewed Soulless by Amber Garr at Kate Tilton, Connecting Authors & Readers

I was expecting a lot more from this book and I tried really heard to like it, but it just wasn't a book for me. A shame really, the book's cover is GORGEOUS. I'm so in love with it!

Here's Soulless' summary:

When it comes to death and love…only one is guaranteed.

Four decades ago Nora died. A tragic event for someone so young; however, four decades ago Nora was also given a second chance to walk among the living.

A Death Warden with a mysterious past, her job is to escort the newly expired towards the light, battling with the Soul Hunters who want the freshly dead to help with their own evil purposes buried in the dark.

When Nora’s charges suddenly become targets, she realizes that the hunters are after far more than just souls. A shift in power between good and evil threatens to change everything, risking the lives of the only family Nora has ever known.

Devastated and angry, she’s forced to face the man she once loved – a man who chose darkness over her – in order to find the answers she needs to stop the horror from escalating. Yet, while a lost relationship still haunts her broken heart, a new Warden with secrets of his own will enter the mix and quickly alter everything Nora believed to be true.

Death is unavoidable…but sometimes, so is love.

Books I Got Last Week:

{For review}
From Netgalley, authors, etc.


I wasn't supposed to receive this book since I had opted out of reviewing it for the upcoming blitz, but being that it WAS sent to me via Netgalley and it IS sitting there looking all pretty and damn right awesome, I just can't bring myself to ignore it. Isn't that cover beautiful?

To Read This Week:


I know I already said I was reading this book a few of weeks ago but I clearly did not. But now I AM reading Dragons Are People, Too and it's actually quite good so far. ;)

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And that's it for The Week's Entrée! Hope you have a wonderful start of the month. :)

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