Feb 29, 2012

Me and My Box: Wrap Up February

Very unproductive month on my part :( But is managed to get some work done, and finish my mid term for this semester. So yayyy!

As you might have noticed already, I changed my blog address from Smutty Dirty Bitch to The Nerd In Heels. Please remember to subscribe via Rss.

2012 TBR pile Reading challenge

For 2012 TBR pile Reading challenge I step upped from shaking a firm handshake and moved on to a friendly hug last month. So far I have finished reviewing only four books this month and nine last month, I say that's an okay dent.
  1. Some Girls Bite by Chloe Neill
  2. Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion
  3. Head Rush by Carolyn Crane
  4. Wander Dust  by Michelle Warren

Audio Book Challenge
For 2012 Audio Book Challenge my second pick was once again a cupcake book. 

The Iron Duke by Meljean Brook, Narrated by Faye Adele

If you haven't read or listened to this book, I recommend you do both. This is absolutely worth it.
My Book Boyfriend

Like January, February was also dedicated to Black Dagger Brotherhood boys, and I think it will continue some more this month and maybe a little bit in the next.
Butch O' Neal

I will be participating in Hounded read-along. If anyone is interested in joining in with us, please sign up over at Felicia's Geeky Blogger's Book Blog.

And some other posts where I ranted about my series addiction and how I figured out how to reply to blogger comments.

Review: Wander Dust by Michelle Warren

Wander Dust  by Michelle Warren
Series: The Seraphina Parrish Trilogy
Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy
Released: November 30, 2011
My Copy was provided by the author

Synopsis from Goodreads
Ever since her sixteenth birthday, strange things keep happening to Seraphina Parrish.

The Lady in Black… burns Sera’s memories.

Unexplainable Premonitions… catapult her to other cities.

The Grungy Gang… wants to kill her.

And a beautiful, mysterious boy… stalks her.

But when Sera moves to Chicago, and her aunt reveals their family connection to a centuries old, secret society, she is immediately thrust into an unbelievable fantasy world, leading her on a quest to unravel the mysteries that plague her. In the end, their meanings crash into an epic struggle of loyalty and betrayal, and she’ll be forced to choose between the boy who has stolen her heart and the thing she desires most.

Wander Dust is the breathtaking fantasy that will catapult you through a story of time, adventure, and love.
My Thoughts:

Every time I up and go trying to give a little bit of summery about the book that I read, I get side tracked and forget the most important part. What I actually thought of the book. So before I start getting side tracked again let me just say, I really liked it. 

I love reading paranormal YA and Wander Dust was an wonderful read with the right amount of para stuffed with some gorgeous science elements. 

Now a little bit about the characters, I LOVED the name Seraphina so much that I decided to name my gold fish baby Seraphina. And it response to the name too! It's really very cute. I was talking about my goldfish, if anyone's wondering. Sera was well put together character, acting like the sixteen year old that she is. Trying to get her father's attention by doing the most rebellious things she can come up with. The relationship between the father and her was next to non-existence which lead me to question, if that was her real father. Who knows maybe there is a bigger mystery in there!!

Bishop, I swooned every time I tried picturing him talking in his British accent. le sigh. Bishop's interference in Sera's life at first was questionable. I was confused if this boy was good or evil or in between. His mysterious nature puts an edge at first which he manages to maintain further by talking about his past with Sera. However he proves he is a friend to her, eventually. In other words, he is the perfect romantic boyfriend a sixteen year old girl can only hope for. I would have to say, Bishop is an intriguing character about whom I happen to have basket full of questions.   

Wander Dust is the first in The Seraphina Parrish Trilogy. If you are looking for something unique to read, I would definitely recommend you to check this book out. 

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About the author

Michelle Warren is the author of Wander Dust, the first book in The Seraphina Parrish Trilogy. She didn't travel the road to writer immediately. First, she spent over a decade as professional illustrator and designer. Her artistic creativity combined with her love of science fiction, paranormal, and fantasy led her to write her first YA novel. Michelle loves reading and traveling to places that inspire her to create. She resides in Maryland, in a historic Baltimore row-home, with her wonderful husband.

Feb 24, 2012

Reading, Listening and mostly Watching

I have been doing some listening, reading and watching  and I am listing them down on a post, if anyone's interested!


Wander Dust (The Seraphina Parrish Trilogy #1)
by Michelle Warren
I am quite enjoying the book. Hopefully will finish this within this weekend

The Force of Wind (Elemental Mysteries)
by Elizabeth Hunter
I love that Miss Hunter always uses a humangus library in her cover.


Nope it's not audiobooks. I am still on the audiobook look out, don't want to end up buying one I won't like. I am choosy when it comes to audiobooks. *~*
I can't seem to listening to these two songs for some reason. I am singing them EVERYWHERE on top of lungs. And trust me, me singing is NOT a good thing.

Feb 22, 2012

My Book Boyfriend: Phury

This week I am going to introduce everyone to another one of my BDB boyfriend. And he is my favorite, yes he is THE one. Phury from Black Dagger Brotherhood by J.R. Ward.
by Anyae

Phury, son of Aghony, is Zsadist's twin brother and a celibate who cannot truly live because of everything his biological brother has lost. Phury is incredibly loyal to his brother, even shooting off his own leg to save his twin. His noble nature went so far as to help release Vishous from being "Primale" to the Chosen. He eventually falls in love with the Chosen, Cormia, his first mate. His story is told in Lover Enshrined.

“Your scent is so strong,” she said in a deep voice.

“Yes.” He put the chalk down and inhaled, smelling jasmine. “So is yours.”

“You want to kiss me, don’t you.”

He nodded. “Yeah. I do.”

“You untucked your shirt. Why?”

“I’m hard. I got hard the moment you came into the office.”

Cormia emerged from the Primale temple, her lovely face stunned as she looked around. When she saw him, her hands clamped to her mouth and her eyes started to blink fast.

With a cry, she gathered her gorgeous pale lavender robe and ran toward him, tears streaming down her cheeks.

He caught her as she leaped up to him and held her warm body to his.

“I love you,” she choked out. “I love you, I love you . . . I love you.”

In that moment, with the world that was his in transformation, and his shellan safely in his arms, he felt something he never would have imagined.

He finally felt like the hero he had always wanted to be.
Phury was played by Travis Fimmel. I am now a bit tempted to read Lover Enshrined again.

My other BDB boyfriends 

MBB is an weekly meme hosted evey Wednesday by Missie at The Unread Reader  

Feb 20, 2012

I did it! I did it!

I DID IT!! I DID IT! Before I scare everyone off here is what I did, I activated the reply button thingy in my comment section!


When I activated it the first time around the comments font were so tiny! Like this. And as you can see I love my fonts bigger that might be because I hate wearing my glasses all the time! Eep. x_x

In other news, today is 21st Februry, International Mother Language day. To celebrate the day you say something in your mother tongue. I am sort of a mixed culture child but I was brought up speaking Bangla so here is something in that language.
আমি বাংলায় গান গাই আমি বাংলার গান গাই আমি আমার আমি কে চিরদিন এই বাংলায় খুজে পাই।
Those are a few quotes from a famous Bangla country song Ami Banglai Gan Gai by Babu.

So what do you think about the comment settings? I am planning on replying in every comment from now on. WOOT! Also have you said something in your mother tongue today?


Feb 18, 2012

Review: Head Rush by Carolyn Crane

Head Rush by Carolyn Crane
Series:The Disillusionists #1
The Disillusionists #2
The Disillusionists #3
Head Rush
Genre: Urban Fantasy, Romance, Mystery
Released: December 6, 2011
Buy Link
Synopsis from goodreads

In an attempt to put her unhappy past behind her, Justine Jones throws herself into nursing school and planning her wedding to Otto Sanchez, the man of her dreams. But something is off. Random details aren’tadding up…and is it her imagination, or are her friends and fiancé keeping secrets from her? And what’s with this strange sense of unease, and her odd new headaches?

Justine tries to stay upbeat as Midcity cowers under martial law, sleepwalking cannibals, and a mysterious rash of paranormal copycat violence, but her search for answers leads her into the most dangerous mindgame yet.

With the help of unlikely allies, including her paranoid dad and best frenemy Simon, Justine fights her ultimate foe…and unravels the most startling mystery of all.

Product Warnings
This book contains high-speed rollerblade chases, a mysterious green dashboard ornament, a father of the bride in full hazmat gear and a delicious kebab.
My Thoughts

It's been about a year that I read the first two books of The Disillusionists series and you know a year gap tends to make you forget what had happened in the books in the first place. So I went back read the first two books again and then read the third book. Seriously my memory is very weak remembering the characters. Let's face it I have tube-light syndrome. So even after I read the first two books before I got the the third one I was very confused why Simon was trying to be a brides made. I mean I specifically remember him being a boy. Le sigh tube-light syndrome. 

So before I get strayed off of the topic and babble some more, I LOVED the third book of Disillusionists series. The pacing was excellent, the story flowed smoothly and absolutely loved how everything wrapped up in the end. Thank you Galla for recommending this books to me, I loved them. Also thank you for introducing me to Gumby, I have very little knowledge about American pop culture from the 50's.

So if you are looking for a change in your reading, I would recommend you check out The Disillusionists series.

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About The Author

Carolyn Crane is an urban fantasy author with Bantam/Spectra. She has written three books for The Disillusionists series, (Mind Games, Double Cross and Head Rush) along with a short story for the seies Kitten-tiger & the Monk published in the novella Wild & Steamy.

Carolyn lives in Minneapolis with her husband and two daring cats, and enjoys running and animals and taking baths and eating Mexican food. And in her day job, she is a marketing writer. 

Find out more about Carolyn Crane from her website/ Blog/ twitter/ goodreads/ facebook

Feb 17, 2012

Sign Up Post: Kiss Me I'm Irish Read-Along

Hosted by Geeky Blogger's Book Blog, On A Book Bender, Smash Attack!, In The Closet With A Bibliophile and The Unread Reader

Another read-along YAYYYYY!

After doing Some Girls Bite by Chloe Niel read-along back in January I wasn't sure if I was going to do this one. However my turtle buddy Heidi from Rainy Day Rambling convinced me that I must do Kiss Me, I'm Irish read-along with her. So here I am, getting ready to kiss the Irish ;)

As you can see above, Felicia - Geeky Blogger's Book Blog, Amanda - On A Book Bender, Ash - Smash Attack!, Jen - In The Closet With A Bibliophile and Missie - The Unread Reader are the awesome bloggers that will be hosting this read-along for Hounded By Kevin Hearne.

So if you are interested in doing this read-along make sure to visit Felicia's Geeky Blogger's Book Blog and sign up for Kiss Me I'm Irish Read-Along.
Hounded by Kevin Hearne
Series: Iron Druid Chronicles, #1
Genre: Young-Adult, Paranormal
Released: October 15, 2011
Buy Link
Atticus O’Sullivan, last of the Druids, lives peacefully in Arizona, running an occult bookshop and shape-shifting in his spare time to hunt with his Irish wolfhound. His neighbors and customers think that this handsome, tattooed Irish dude is about twenty-one years old—when in actuality, he’s twenty-one centuries old. Not to mention: He draws his power from the earth, possesses a sharp wit, and wields an even sharper magical sword known as Fragarach, the Answerer.

Unfortunately, a very angry Celtic god wants that sword, and he’s hounded Atticus for centuries. Now the determined deity has tracked him down, and Atticus will need all his power—plus the help of a seductive goddess of death, his vampire and werewolf team of attorneys, a sexy bartender possessed by a Hindu witch, and some good old-fashioned luck of the Irish—to kick some Celtic arse and deliver himself from evil.

Feb 14, 2012

My Book Boyfriend: Vishous

MBB is an weekly meme hosted evey Wednesday by Missie at The Unread Reader 

This week I will continue my BDB book boyfriend with Vishous from Black Dagger Brotherhood series by J.R. Ward
by Anyae and geeport
Vishous is the most intelligent and the one who is specially gifted. His curse is his ability to prognosticate: he sees the future, though not the 'when' of events so he is tortured by his inability to save those he loves from danger. Tattooed on his face, his genitals, - which are scarred since his father tried to castrate him - and his entire hand, he has the ability of psychometry. All of this was inherited from his mother The Scribe Virgin. He falls in love with a human surgeon, Dr. Jane Whitcomb. His story is told in Lover Unbound. Although I still feel like he was meant to be with Butch.

Feb 13, 2012

Audiobook Review: The Iron Duke by Meljean Brook

The Iron Duke by Meljean Brook
Narrated by Faye Adele
Series: The Iron Seas #1
The Iron Seas #2
The Iron Seas Novellas
Here There Be Monsters
The Blushing Bounder
Genre: Steam-punk, romance
Publisher: Penguin Audio
Released: 1st November 2011
Length: 13 hrs and 23 minutes
Buy Link
Synopsis From Goodreads  
First in an all-new series where seductive danger and steampunk adventure abound in the gritty world of the Iron Seas.

After the Iron Duke freed England from Horde control, he instantly became a national hero. Now Rhys Trahaearn has built a merchant empire on the power-and fear-of his name. And when a dead body is dropped from an airship onto his doorstep, bringing Detective Inspector Mina Wentworth into his dangerous world, he intends to make her his next possession.

But when Mina uncovers the victim's identity, she stumbles upon a conspiracy that threatens the lives of everyone in England. To save them, Mina and Rhys must race across zombie-infested wastelands and treacherous oceans-and Mina discovers the danger is not only to her countrymen, as she finds herself tempted to give up everything to the Iron Duke.
 My Thoughts After and During Listening: 

Have you ever read a book that you love so much that you had to HAVE it in every format that is out there? I have, there aren't many of them but the few I found I try have them in every format that is available. The Iron Duke by Meljean Brook is one of them. After reading the book on 2011, I fell in love with the story and it's characters immediately. And yes, I have all three formats, paperback, ebook and the audiobook.

I think I say enough times just how much I love this book. The series is another matter. But this book in particular is one of my personal favorite. Meljean is an awesome story teller, there are content in this book that is considered to be not suitable for everyone. Even so this book is worth every penny. I loved listening to The Iron Duke in Faye Adele's voice. Her narration of this time takes you to the world of The Iron Duke with Rhys and Mina. Around chapter 22 to 23 I needed to turn the fan up, if I thought reading about Rhys and Mina's love scene was hot of boy was I mistaken. Listening to Mina and Rhys, dear-god-my-ears-are-bright-red-and-i-don't-mind-dying-from-sheer-embarrassment. 

Finally, recommended to anyone who reads steam-punk romance.

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About this author

Meljean Brook was raised in the middle of the woods, and hid under her blankets at night with fairy tales, comic books, and romances. She left the forest and went on a misguided tour through the world of accounting before focusing on her first loves, reading and writing–and she realized that monsters, superheroes, and happily-ever-afters are easily found between the covers, as well as under them, so she set out to make her own.

Find out more about Meljean Brook from her website / goodreads / blog / facebook / twitter

Feb 3, 2012

Review: Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion

Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion
Genre: Young Adult, Romance, Zombie 
Released: April 26, 2011
Buy Link

Book synopsis from goodreads
A zombie who yearns for a better life ends up falling in love—with a human—in this astonishingly original debut novel.

R is a zombie. He has no memories, no identity, and no pulse, but he has dreams. He doesn’t enjoy killing people; he enjoys riding escalators and listening to Frank Sinatra. He is a little different from his fellow Dead.

Not just another zombie novel, Warm Bodies is funny, scary, and deeply moving.
My Thoughts: 
I love zombie books and movie. I was sure that I knew everything there is to know about Zombies, mainly how to kill them! Most importantly ONE thing I was sure about that zombies don't talk or think (rationally) or do anything other than look for human Mac and mumble uhnnnnnn. After reading Warm Bodies, Isaac Marion changed my mind through the voice of R.
Warm Bodies, is told from R's point of view. And he is the hero. Who is R? R is a zombie. I know right? I was skeptical too when I first started the book. But as you can see even is the book is from a zombie's point of view I stuck with it. R isn't an ordinary zombie, he feels but like all the other zombies he gets high on human brain and their memories. After eating a specific human he starts to fee some more than he already did. The book synopsis gives the idea that R only regained memories of the human after eating his brain. But the thing is he was already different, the brain just gave him some memories to live. R struggles with his zombie life, zombie family and friends when he starts to change.

I picked up the book specially after seeing it was going to be turned into a movie, and I just wanted to read what the fuss was all about. I am looking forward to see how they adapt the thing in Hollywood version.R is being played by Nicholas Hoult and Teresa Palmer will be playing Julie.

Overall, Warm Bodies was really a good book, I would recommend it to readers like me who still think zombies don't have feelings. Maybe this will change your mind! 

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About the author

Isaac Marion was born in north-western Washington in 1981 and has lived in and around Seattle his whole life, working a variety of strange jobs like delivering deathbeds to hospice patients and supervising parental visits for foster-kids. He is not married, has no children, and did not go to college or win any prizes. Warm Bodies is his first novel. 

You can find him in his Website/Twitter/Facebook/Goodreads

Feb 2, 2012

Review: Some Girls Bite by by Chloe Neill

Some Girls Bite by Chloe Neill
Series: Chicagoland Vampires
Genre: Urban Fantasy, Mystery, Romance.
Published: April 7, 2009
Read for Tempting Tuesday Read-Along
Buy Link

Synopses From Goodreads
First in a brand new series about a Chicago graduate student's introduction into a society of vampires.

Sure, the life of a graduate student wasn't exactly glamorous, but it was Merit's. She was doing fine until a rogue vampire attacked her. But he only got a sip before he was scared away by another bloodsucker-and this one decided the best way to save her life was to make her the walking undead.

Turns out her savior was the master vampire of Cadogan House. Now she's traded sweating over her thesis for learning to fit in at a Hyde Park mansion full of vamps loyal to Ethan "Lord o' the Manor" Sullivan. Of course, as a tall, green-eyed, four-hundred- year-old vampire, he has centuries' worth of charm, but unfortunately he expects her gratitude- and servitude. But an inconvenient sunlight allergy and Ethan's attitude are the least of her concerns. Someone's still out to get her. Her initiation into Chicago's nightlife may be the first skirmish in a war-and there will be blood.
My thoughts:

I have had Chicagoland Vampires recommended to me too many times, I just didn't feel the love to pick it up till now. When I saw Missie was hosting a Some Girls Bite read-along with Tina, Rummanah and Jenny I thought I have the book, I haven't had a chance to do a read-along before so lets do this thing!

It was awesome. Reading four chapters a week and making turtle friends along the way, but I think most of the bloggers had already finished it. I am going off track with my thoughts about the read-along here.

So about the book, I liked the entire situation with Merit's vampiredom and how she grows to accept her situation. Under a month time Merit went from grad student to super sentinel, I don't think I would have come out of my hidie hole before a month had past.

Ethan, Merit's master and the head of Cadogan house is a bit of a jerk in the entire book. And I am told to be patient, apparently he isn't always so much of a jerk as the series continues. I would like him a little less jerky too.
Mallory, Merit's best friend got it on with a fellow sorcerer. I am sort of those readers that likes slow built up relationships. Mallory and Catcher were more like lust-in-first-sight than love. They are both GREAT characters individually and had a lot of potential to bloom in to a great relation that I would have liked but I just didn't feel the it here.
Now let me finish my character evaluation with one last character, Jeff. He is the ONLY were we meet in this book, he is twenty one and a lanky computer geek. I am thinking about grabbing him and then running towards the mountains. I even have a pair of handcuffs somewhere in the house to have him cuffed to the headboards. Too much! I think not.

At the end, I honestly don't think I would have liked this book if I was reading this on my own. Because of the read-along mainly, I loved reading this. But I plan to continue the series, soon.

Recommended to ... umhh ... readers like me who had second thoughts about picking up the book. Just wait for a read-along or something when you start!

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Series in order

Chicagoland Vampires #1
Some Girls Bite
Chicagoland Vampires #2
Friday Night Bites
Chicagoland Vampires #3
Twice Bitten
Chicagoland Vampires #4
Hard Bitten
Chicagoland Vampires #5
Drink Deep
Chicagoland Vampires #6
Biting Cold

About the Author
Chloe Neill is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Chicagoland Vampires and Dark Elite series.

She was born and raised in the South, but now makes her home in the Midwest–just close enough to Cadogan House and St. Sophia’s to keep an eye on things. When not transcribing Merit’s and Lily’s adventures, she bakes, works, and scours the Internet for good recipes and great graphic design. Chloe also maintains her sanity by spending time with her boys–her favorite landscape photographer/husband and their dogs, Baxter and Scout. (Both she and the photographer understand the dogs are in charge.)
Chloe Neill in her Website / Twitter / Facebook / Goodreads

Feb 1, 2012

My Book Boyfriend: Butch O'Neal

My book boyfriend of BDB boys continues. Today my book boyfriend is Butch O'Neal from Black Dagger Brotherhood series by J.R. Ward.
by Anyae
Butch/Dhestroyer is the only male human to be allowed within the Brotherhood, and is descended from Wrath. This connection to him allows him to be "turned" and he is initiated in the BDB. He has been through all the book of the brother hood. He lives at the "Pit", a two bedroom gate-house connected to the mansion where the King and other Brothers reside, with Vishous and he is a friend to all the warriors. An ex-homicide detective, he was lovingly given the nickname "Cop" by the vampires. He is the object of an ancient Lesser Prophecy, and has the ability to sense them wherever they are and can absorb them into himself. His story and his love for the vampire Marissa is told in Lover Revealed.

He took her mouth again, and now he kissed her with an ownership he had no right to, one hand shooting down to the small of her back, pressing her into his arousal. He felt this urgent need to stake a claim on her so that anything male would know whose woman she was. Which was nuts. Abruptly she jerked back. As she sniffed the air, she seemed confused. "Do human males bond?"

"Ah... we get emotional, sure."

"No... bond." She buried her face in his neck, inhaled, then started to rub her nose against his skin.

He gripped her hips, wondering just how far things were going to go. He wasn't sure he had the strength for sex, even though he was totally erect. And he didn't want to presume anything. But Jesus God in heaven he wanted it from her.

"I love the way you smell, Butch."

"It's probably the soap I just used." As her fangs dragged up his neck, he groaned, "Oh, shit... don't... stop..."

"Marissa..." It was all he could say.

As his voice seemed to have dried up, he kissed her, and while they embraced, a great cheer rose up into the vast foyer.

"I'm so sorry I was weak," she whispered in his ear. "Beth and Mary and Bella came to see me. I'm never going to be at peace with the danger you face as a member of the Brotherhood. I'm going to worry every night. But they trust their males to be careful, and I... I believe you love me. I believe you wouldn't leave me if you could help it. I... I believe you will be careful with yourself and that you will stop if the evil threatens to overwhelm you. If they can handle the fear of loss, so can I." He squeezed her even tighter. "I'll be careful, I swear. I swear."

They stayed on the floor, locked together, for a while. Then Butch lifted his head and looked at Wrath, who had taken Beth into his arms.

"So, brother," Butch said. "You got a knife and some salt? Time to finish a certain mating, you feel me?"

"We've got you covered, my man."
 My Butch is played by Noah Mills. My other BDB boyfriends...
MBB is an weekly meme hosted evey Wednesday by Missie at The Unread Reader 

Me and My Box: Wrap Up January

I have been very productive on January. I don't know though how much I succeeded. 

Here is what I did
Changed my blog addy and the name, as you can see! Now I am officially The Nerd In Heels
You can find my emotional diarrhea during that process on the changing name process and test post. I am not quite sure if I am over that state yet.

I was productive in other ways, which includes getting started on the reading challenges.
2012 TBR pile Reading challenge

For 2012 TBR pile Reading challenge I have finished quite a few books. I think I step up after shaking a firm handshake and move on to a friendly hug.
  1. Great Hexpectations by H.P. Mallory
  2. Long Hard Ride by Keta Diablo
  3. It Was The Dead Who Groaned Within by Kipp Poe Speicher
  4. Poison Study by Maria V. Snyder  
  5. Magic Study by Maria V. Snyder
  6. Fire Study by Maria V. Snyder
  7. Assassin Study by Maria V. Snyder
  8. Power Study by Maria V. Snyder
  9. Ice Study by Maria V. Snyder
Audio Book Challenge
For 2012 Audio Book Challenge my first pick was no doubt a cupcake book.

This book is every bit of cupcake in audio as it is in paperback. Just superb.

Tempting Tuesday
Hosted by Tina at Tina's Book Reviews, Rummanah at Books in the Spotlight, Missie at The Unread Reader and Jenny at Supernatural Snark.

I had a LOADS of fun with fellow bloggers doing this Read-Along and I promised Heidi from Rainy Day Rambling that I will join her in March for Hounded Read-Along starts :D

Some Girls Bite chapter discussions of chapter 1-4, 5-8, 9-12, 13-15 + Epilogue

My Book Boyfriend
January was mostly dedicated to Black Dagger Brotherhood boys, and I think it will continue some more this month and the next.