Happy Monday, and welcome to Turning Pages!
Trying to catch with my TBR and review pile, I haven't been doing too much book shopping, sadly. But in the last two weeks, and I did pick up two books in a few random places, and thought it would be cool to share and see if any of you read and enjoyed them.
The two books I purchased in the last few weeks are Pretty Little Secrets, by Sara Shepard!
"A's making a list and checking it twice.
Rewind to junior year in Rosewood, Pennsylvania, to a winter break no one has ever heard about. . . .
Alison's murderer is in jail, A is dead, and the pretty little liars can finally relax. Or so they think. But there's a new A in town—me. I'm watching these girls day and night, and you won't believe what I've uncovered. Hanna's desperate for a very personal session with her trainer. Emily is number one on Santa's naughty list. Aria's old flame from Iceland is about to land her in hot water. And Spencer's resorting to some backhanded tactics to get what she wants.
What happens on holiday break stays on holiday break—right? But guess what. I saw. And now I'm telling.
Taking place between Unbelievable and Wicked, Pretty Little Secrets is a very special Pretty Little Liars tale revealing the liars' never-before-seen misadventures over their junior-year winter break."
And Dead Witch Walking by Kim Harrison.
"The underground population of witches, vampires, werewolves—creatures of dreams and nightmares—has lived beside humans for centuries, hiding their powers. But after a genetically engineered virus wipes out a large part of humanity, many of the "Inderlanders" reveal themselves, changing everything.
Rachel Morgan, witch and bounty hunter with the Inderland Runner Services, is one of the best at apprehending supernatural lawbreakers throughout Cincinnati, but when it comes to following the rules, she falls desperately short. Determined to buck the system, she quits and takes off on the run with an I.S. contract on her head and is reluctantly forced to team up with Ivy, Inderland's best runner . . . and a living vampire. But this witch is way out of her league, and to clear her name, Rachel must evade shape-changing assassins, outwit a powerful businessman/crime lord, and survive a vicious underground fight-to-the-death . . . not to mention her own roommate."
I'm excited about both books, and have heard a few good things about each. If you've read either, comment down below with your thoughts, but please, no spoilers!