Book of the Month: March

Posted March 31, 2015 by Erin in Book of the Month, Recommendations / 2 Comments

Book of the Month: Marchby D. Hart, Heather Demetrios, LH Cosway
Genres: Contemporary, New Adult, Romance

March was an AWESOME reading month! We decided to start a BOOK of the MONTH feature. Many other book bloggers do this, and I love to see their favorites.  Here is what WOW'ed us in the month of March 😉

Erin’s favorite

I’ll Meet You There by Heather Demetrois (5 Star Review)

“Everything- the moon, the fireworks, the fields- had an otherworldly beauty, and I shivered, greedy for these bits of loveliness the universe was throwing our way tonight.”

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Bethany’s Favorite

Forgotten Treasures by D. Hart (4 Star Review)

“Every moment has to mean something with you. Only you, Bay. You are my epic love story.”

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Kristi & Sarah’s Favorite

Hearts of Fire by LH Cosway (5 Star Review)

“Everywhere his eyes looked, I felt positively laid bare. Molested by disinterest.”

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 Here are the books being released in April, that we are DYING to get our hands on!

Beautiful Secret By Christina Lauren

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Silver Bastard by Joanna Wylde

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Elements of Chemistry Parts 1-3 by Penelope Reid

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The Traveling Woman by Jane Harvey-Berrick

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About D. Hart

I’m a…

Mom
Firefighter Wife
Sister
Sister-In-Law
Daughter
Aunt
Friend
Multi-genre Writer
Reader
and so many other ordinary things.

I love my life and am so grateful for all of the support. I have the courage to live a dream.

About Heather Demetrios

10 Things I might Tell You If I Met You At A Party:
I got a tattoo in the middle of a rice field in Cambodia. More specifically, a shack in the middle of a rice field.

My mother was struck by lightning when she was pregnant with me. I think this explains my latent superpowers.

I am an Ambassador of What.(Find out what I mean by that here)Can I get a what, what?

My great-grandfather and great-grandmother met during World War One—he was a wounded soldier, she was his nurse. And people wonder why I’m a hopeless romantic.

In eighth grade my science teacher forced everyone to do a science fair project. Mine? What Are The Effects Of Bleach On Plants? True story.

I used to have my own theatre company, called Theatre Yawp! We sounded our barbaric yawps over the roofs of Los Angeles.

During my senior year of high school, I had to learn how to knit for a part in Ten Little Indians. One of my best friends killed me onstage while I was knitting.

I honestly can’t remember who my first kiss was. Maybe I blocked it out?

My first job was at a cookie store in my local mall when I was sixteen. Best. Sugar. Cookies. Ever.

I beat out a popular cheerleader at my school in the race for freshman class secretary. How, you ask? I do a mean impersonation of a stoner.

That fancy bio where i try to sound smart

When she’s not traipsing around the world or spending time in imaginary places, Heather Demetrios lives with her husband in New York City. Originally from Los Angeles, she now calls the East Coast home. Heather is a recipient of the PEN New England Susan P. Bloom Discovery Award for her debut novel, Something Real, which Publisher’s Weekly called“[An] addictive yet thoughtful debut” about reality TV stardom. She is the author ofExquisite Captive, the first in the Dark Caravan Cycle fantasy series, as well as I’ll Meet You There. Coming from Macmillan in Winter 2015, I’ll Meet You There is a love story about a young combat veteran and a girl trapped in their small town, both struggling to escape the war at home. Heather is the founder of Live Your What, an organization dedicated to fostering passion in people of all ages and creating writing opportunities for underserved youth. She is proud to have an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from Vermont College of Fine Arts. You can always find her on Twitter (@HDemetrios) and pretty much any social media site you can imagine.

About LH Cosway

L.H. Cosway has a BA in English Literature and Greek and Roman Civilisation, and an MA in Postcolonial Literature. She lives in Dublin city. Her inspiration to write comes from music. Her favourite things in life include writing stories, vintage clothing, dark cabaret music, food, musical comedy, and of course, books.

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