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V is for Villain by Peter Moore

Here's the synopsis to Peter Moore's awesome super villain book V is for Villain: 



     Brad Baron is used to looking lame next to his big brother Blake (A.K.A Artillery of the elite Justice Force). While his brother got the looks, muscle and super powers Brad got the brains. Even in his high school he's a social outcast where having super powers is the norm. So when he makes friends with a crew of kids who are more into political action than weight lifting he's all in especially when he gets to spend time with the girl Layla who may have a totally illegal and secret super power. And with her help Brad begins to hone his own illegal and secret power of his own. 

     But when they get caught up in a world of nefarious villains, super battles, and startling family secrets, Brad has to choose which side he's one. And once he does, there's no turning back. 

So I just have to say that I am a huge fan of this book. This is the first time that I've read anything of …

Book Updates!

Here are two books coming out later on in the year that I am very excited to share:

So I am beyond excited for Shannon Messenger's third book in the Keeper of the Lost Cities series. Now just know that it doesn't come out until September 2nd 2014 but I am so very excited!! So here is the epically awesome cover of Everblaze:



All fans of Keeper of the Lost Cities are allowed to have a fan girl moment! I certainly did. And it's got Fitz!! Admire those teal eyes for a bit and then go to Shannon Messengers website: www.shannonmessenger.com and fall in love with her and her writing. And if you haven't read her books yet look them up. Like right now. Don't even finish reading this. Just go and look it up! :)

Here's the synopsis for it that came out a few weeks ago: 

Sophie Foster is ready to fight back.

She is getting stronger, and with the elusive Black Swan group ignoring her cries for help, she's determined to find her kidnappers on her own-before they find her. 

The Chapel Wars by Lindsey Leavitt

Ok so before I get started on telling you about this lovely book I wanted to quickly say that I will be posting every Tuesday and so with that out there let me show you the cover of The Chapel Wars:




Here is the synopsis for The Chapel Wars:

Sixteen-year-old Holly wants to remember her grandpa forever, but she would rather forget the wedding chapel on the Las Vegas strip that he left her in his will. Then, there is her grandpa's letter. Not only is Holly running the business with her recently divorced parents, but she also needs some serious money and fast. Grandpa also insists that Holly reach out to Dax, the grandson of her families enemy and owner of the cheesy chapel next door. No matter how cute Dax is, Holly needs to stay focused  on her disjointed family, her group of guy friends, work, school... and Dax. No, not Dax. Holly's chapel represents everything she loved in her past, while Dax might represent everything she could love in the future. As for right now, there is a …