Before Perry and Aria, there was Roar and Liv.
After a childhood spent wandering the borderlands, Roar finally feels like he has a home with the Tides. His best friend Perry is like a brother to him, and Perry’s sister, Liv, is the love of his life. But Perry and Liv’s unpredictable older brother, Vale, is the Blood Lord of the Tides, and he has never looked kindly on Roar and Liv’s union. Normally, Roar couldn’t care less about Vale’s opinion. But with food running low and conditions worsening every day, Vale’s leadership is more vital—and more brutal—than ever. Desperate to protect his tribe, Vale makes a decision that will shatter the life Roar knew and change the fate of the Tides forever. (From: Goodreads)
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Hey guys, look what I’ve got!!!!! Thanks to all of you! 😀
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Hey guys, recently I’ve decided to share some of my favorite songs with you in my blog, so here’s the first one! P.S. Well, probably because I haven’t been able to read a lot so…just to make sure there’s still something new here. 😛
Who are “X Ambassadors”?
They are also stylized XA, is an American alternative rock band from New York.
Where did I find this song?
I’ve heard it several times on the radio, and the first time I heard it, I was totally overwhelmed by how amazing the melody is. And so is the lyrics. At the same time, I was reading Jennifer Niven’s All the Bright Places and suddenly felt how suitable it was for the character, Theodore Finch, and that’s when I started searching for this song on YouTube. Anyway, ever since I found it, I couldn’t stop listening to this over and over and over again. 😛 Such a beautiful song. I hope you love it, too.
Have you heard this before? Or heard of this American rock band?
Some people just don’t belong together, or at least that’s what the world would have them believe.
It was supposed to be just for the summer…
Reese Westfield comes from a world of old money, country clubs, cotillions, and expensive cars. She’s tired of dating Warren McCarthy just to make her father happy. Reese has long since had her eye on someone else, and this summer she’s determined to make it happen.
Growing up in Lake Loveless there has always been a strict monetary divide—there was the rest of the Lake and then there were the Waterman’s. Ace Waterman has worked for everything he has, and he doesn’t have a lot. He breaks his back doing grunt work while putting himself through college. He’s used to life passing him by.
Reese has loved Ace from afar for as long as she can remember. The summer of her freshman year she comes home with plans to land Ace in her bed at least for a few short weeks, and, if she’s lucky, forever.
Ace has loved Reese for as long as he can remember, but their friendship has never graduated beyond platonic, so when Reese comes home from her first year away and proposes the two of them have a summer fling, Ace is quick to comply. The rules: no strings, no expectations, just something hotter than the sun to set the sheets on fire.
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