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Friday, April 12, 2013

The Practice Proposal by Tracy March + giveaways!

Liza Sutherland isn’t looking for love. Not from a charity-auction date she didn’t even bid on and especially not with Nationals first baseman Cole Collins, the guy she obsessed over as an awkward teenager. She won’t get involved with a notorious player, no matter how attractive Cole is. 

Cole Collins is up for contract renegotiation, but after too many late-night parties, he’ll need some positive publicity before he can make the roster. His agent, Frank, pitches Liza as the perfect prop…only Cole didn’t account for Liza no longer being just a teenager with a crush. She’s gorgeous and smart and he’s instantly hooked.

When Frank makes Liza a deal she can’t refuse—a bet she will fall in love with Cole or a cool half mil goes to charity—the game is on. But neither bet on the real feelings that surface. Could a fake fling turn into an official forever?
ebook229 pages
                                                                            Published March 11th 2013 by Entangled: Bliss 
                                                         Source: Publisher provided copy. Thank you Entangled Bliss!

I was incredibly excited to start "The Practice Proposal." It has tons of stuff that I love: romance, secrets, and baseball. A romance about baseball was like a dream come true for me, because I LOVE the game. It seemed like the perfect summer read.

"The Practice Proposal" was a quick and cute read, but for me, that's really it. I don't know if I went in with too high of expectations or what but the story itself fell a little flat. 
When you have two people make two different bets that neither of them know about pertaining to love something is bound to blow up in their faces, but even when problems arise, nothing really happens. There is build up to some kind climax, but it never seems to happen and that was a bit disappointing. I was waiting for a really good fight to break out, because if you love someone they are worth fighting for right? 

Other than that it was an enjoyable story that I was able to get through in one sitting, as it's not too long.
It's a cute romance that doesn't take a lot of time to read, so it's a good book to spend a lazy Saturday curled up on the couch drinking a glass iced tea with.
It's sweet and has some adorable moments. So if you're looking for a summer romance to kick off the season, this would be it!

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Now, on to the giveaways!
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There is a tour-wide giveaway for a Kindle Paperwhite (US/Canada Only).

Not only do we have the that giveaway, we also have this giveaway. Yep, that's right, two giveaways!
This one is for a Practice Proposal bracelet!

All you have to do to enter is leave a comment telling me who you would like to pull a "Practice Proposal" with. Is it an actor, musician, sports player? Remember, this could end in love ;)
Winner will be chosen randomly.
Make sure to also leave an email to get in touch with you if you win.
This giveaway will run from April 12th-April 20th.
The winner will have 48 hrs to get back to me or a new name will be drawn,

Monday, April 1, 2013

Top Ten Boys That Make Me Wish I Was Fictional.

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It's pretty safe to accuse me of being obsessed with books that have a killer romance in it.
I have a lot of book boyfriends. A lot.
Here are some of the guys that make me wish I were fictional and on the same pages as them.

1. Peter from My Blood Approves by Amanda Hocking
My Blood Approves (My Blood Approves, #1)  

Dark, brooding, and beautiful. He's my kind of guy.

2. Dimitri Belikov from Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead
Vampire Academy (Vampire Academy, #1)  
Vampire-ass-kicking hunk of Russian. I wouldn't mind switching places with Rose.

3. Four from Divergent by Veronica Roth
Divergent (Divergent, #1)  
Oh, Four. Let's run away together.

4. Noah Shaw from The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin
The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer (Mara Dyer, #1)  
He's rude, crass, and conceited...but we love him so much.

5. Etienne St. Clair from Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins
Anna and the French Kiss  
He made me want to run away to a Paris boarding school. *le sigh*

6. Conrad Fischer from The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han
The Summer I Turned Pretty (Summer, #1)  
This boy and the beach sound perfect. Take me there.

7. Augustus Waters from The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
The Fault in Our Stars  
The boy is humorous. But not in an immature way. That kind of humor wins my heart. Every time.

8. Jericho Barrons from Darkfever by Karen Marie Moning
Darkfever (Fever, #1)  
Powerful, broodingly good-looking, insanely wealthy, frighteningly intelligent, and has exquisite taste. Bottom line: He's the stuff of heroes. ;p

9. Vlad Tepesh from Once Burned by Jeaniene Frost
Once Burned (Night Prince, #1)  (He's on the I didn't really have to think of anyone)
He was so intriguing. I can't wait for book two so I can just lose myself in that one.

10. Trevor from Pivot Point by Kasie West
Pivot Point (Pivot Point, #1)  trevor-pivot-point(I haven't decided who I picture as Trevor, yet)
Loved him from the beginning. Can't wait to see what happens in book 2!

That's my list of 10 men that have me wishing I lived in between the pages with them.
Who are the guys on your list?