WWW Wednesday #37


www-wednesdaysA weekly meme hosted by Samanneelizabeth formerly hosted by MizB all about, what we’re, Currently, Just Finished and About to Read

 


• What are you currently reading?

I wanted to go back to good old-fashioned historical romance and some kidnapping, not overtly explicit or anything.

 

• What did you recently finish reading?

This book was hands down the best book of 2017 for me. It was real, relatable in every way and a must must read.

 

• What do you think you’ll read next?

I’m getting back into this series. I enjoy when the MCs progress over the course of a few books and its even better when they’re married.

Happy WWW Wednesday!

 

 

Advertisements

REVIEW: At Any Turn

So You Want to Be a Hero?

Millionaire CEO Adam Drake, overcame a tortured past to build his own gaming empire. He’s in complete control of his life. With his new found love for brilliant geek girl blogger, Mia Strong, the last piece of his life is in place. He’s at the top of his game.

Your Princess Is in Another Castle.

Until suddenly, she withdraws from him, leaving him in the dark. Something tells him she needs help. But she’s too stubborn or scared to ask for it, and the more he tries to take control, the further he pushes her away. He can’t solve this problem by writing a check or a few lines of code.

He’ll have to dig deep and put himself at risk…or risk losing her forever.

Author: Brenna Aubrey

Series: Gaming the System

Published: April 15, 2014 by Silver Griffon Associates

Source: Goodreads

Thoughts:  I was on the edge of my seat the whole time, despite already having figured out the secret Mia had been keeping from Adam. And while I don’t agree with her reasons for keeping quite, reading from Adams perspective didn’t make me sympathize with him as much as I should have. Being a prodigious genius and nerd, he really did think like a robot at times, add in a eradicate memory and he was impossible to deal with. His heart was in the right place and when he could finally think like a human being and not a logic machine things seemed a lot better. And while I enjoyed this book immensely, the angst and drama gave me a headache. Mia is fiercely independent to the point of stupidity. But I would read the series all over again and I can’t wait for the rest of them to come out.

4+ STARS