WWW Wednesday- February 3, 2016

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Hey Guys!

WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Sam @ Taking On A World Of Words. Simply answer the following questions:

What have you recently finished reading?

What are you currently reading?

What do you think you’ll read next?


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Remembrance (Mediator #7) by Meg Cabot

I LOVE THIS BOOK! I think it may be my new favorite in the series. It was everything I wanted and I loved seeing the gang back together. Fluff & BADASS all in one! Full review HERE.

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Seven Ways We Lie by Riley Redgate

I am LOVING this book so far. I thought that a book with seven POVs would be a little overwhelming, but each character has such a distinct voice and story. I can’t wait to see how things turn out because I’m pretty sure it’s going to get crazy!

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Beautiful Burn by Jamie McGuire

The Deal by Elle Kennedy

I need to read Beautiful Burn ASAP because it is expiring next month on my Scribd account. I am crossing my fingers so hard that this book does not disappoint because I was NOT happy with Beautiful Sacrifice! Plus, I’m a sucker for childhood best friends turned lovers :D!

I am also FINALLY going to start The Deal! I am excited to see what everyone is raving about!


That is all for this week’s WWW Wednesday? What are you guys reading this week? Leave me your links down below! 

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I'm Ari, a local NYC bibliophile and a forever daydreamer. You can usually find me with my nose buried in a book and my head up in the clouds. I am also a coffee addict and a chocolate connoisseur. I fell in love with the romance genre about three years ago and I haven't been able to stop reading about happily-ever-afters, which is ironic because I'm a bit of a cynical romantic in real life, haha. I hope you all enjoy my blog and fangirling with me about all the smutty reads!

5 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday- February 3, 2016

    1. I finished it yesterday. I liked it more than I was expecting. I wasn’t too sure about the seven POVs, but all the stories connected to one another, but at the same time, they were able to stand on their own. It’s so relatable and that’s what I liked most.

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