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This week's question:
Annie's Song by Catherine Anderson really surprised me, I wasnt sure I would like it as te blurb sounded like it might be a very angsty read, but instead it was a really great book, which although had some tear jerking moments was mostly very uplifting.
I have to go with Wicked as they Come by Delilah S. Dawson. This is not normally what I go for since it's a bit of a steampunk/urban fantasy/paranormal romance mix but that's not the only thing worth mentioning about this book. This book surprised me. Definietely in a good way since it was totally unexpected that I was completely glued to the pages. But more than that is the originality of the storyline and the world Ms. Dawson created. Truly a unique book, series, storyteller!
There's actually a few books that shocked the hell out of me, but for this post I will pick Lyon's bride by Cathy Maxwell and Fifty Shames of Earl Grey. Let me tell you why. With Lyon's bride, I took on the book blindsithedly, and pretty much judged it by it's cover. I thought the cover did not do justice to the writing and plot of the book. *whispering* I didn't like the cover much. And for Fifty Shames of Earl Grey, well, I never thought a parody would be worth my time. I actually thought it could be offensive for *whispering again* my love for Christian Grey. But it wasn't and it was a good fun read. Lesson learned.
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