Hello infamous Monday!
Well this is going to be a crazy week for me. I am currently reading Champions: At Fire’s End by: Charlotte Jain. I was given an ARC by Ms. Charlotte to review. Here is the GRs on the book:
Bestowed with control over fire and water, April and Kyle were raised by Immortals with a single purpose – win the war. After finally uncovering the remaining Champions’ identities, April and Kyle must launch themselves into their final battle for survival. Winner takes all. But the Immortals are growing restless, and time is running out.Four mortal champions
Two immortal factions
One eternal victor…..
On top of that I am currently in the process of making two birthday cakes for this weekend. One for my beautiful niece who turns 16 and my son who also turns 16 in two weeks. I am going to try my hand at a drip cake and mirror glazed cake. I will definately post pictures of my completed projects. I am so excited to do these.
If you are looking for a new read today check out Kept. This was a really good romantic story. A single mom of a 6 year old, who’s husband died in a car crash vs a man who lost his son and wife. It’s a classic tale of Beauty and the Beast. Check it out:
She’s a pain in my ass.
She’s everything I know I don’t want or need.
She’s the reason I’ve fought the darkness for so long.
And yet, she has no idea who I am.
I had no right to Lucy. She was never mine to have. My interest in her should’ve remained no more than an undisclosed business arrangement.
The day she forced her way into my life, everything I worked so hard to secure began to unravel. From that moment forward, my life has been a mixture of chaos and excitement.
Lucy awoke the beast I’ve struggled to live with. Now it’s up to her to ensure the threat of its ghost no longer holds the power to ruin me.
He hates me.
He’s guarded and locked down tight.
He’s a brute.
Yet, he opened my eyes to a future I was certain didn’t exist.
My life was ordinary. As a single mother living only to make ends meet, I stopped wishing for more. My hopes and dreams in finding Prince Charming ceased to exist. Life forced my priorities to change.
Then I walked into Michael Holden’s office and saw pain not so unlike mine reflecting through his icy gaze. He incited feelings I believed to have long since died.
Michael awoke the spring of hope I thought I’d finally set free. Now it’s up to him to show me fairy tales really can come true, if you believe.
Due to content, this book should not be read by those under the age of 18. 5 Star Romance
Enjoy your Monday and don’t let it get you down. Now go read something good. #happyreading