Hi guys! 
Today I'm bringing you another book haul!! I've been doing some serious book haulage lately and I was going to wait and do one huge haul, but I think lots of littler ones is much funner, for me and you guys!!

The Works

Jessie Hearts NYC by Keris Stainton
Synopsis - Jessie's just arrived in New York, hoping to forget about her awful ex.
New Yorker Finn is in love with his best friend's girlfriend.
They might be perfect together, but in a city of eight million people, will they find each other?
It was 3 for £5 in The Works, which is a discount book store in the UK, and my boyfriend got one book and I got two.
I was drawn to this book because of the gorgeous golden cover and I love books set in New York city so I thought this sounded like a good read for me!

The Eyre Affair - Jasper Fforde
Synopsis - There is another 1985, somewhere in the could-have-been, where the Crimean war still rages, dodos are regenerated in home-cloning kits and everyone is deeply disappointed by the ending of 'Jane Eyre'. In this world there are no jet-liners or computers, but there are policemen who can travel across time, a Welsh republic, a great interest in all things literary - and a woman called Thursday Next.
I've seen a few people talking about this book on booktube and I just love this cover! I love how vintage and ''used'' it looks.

Sainsbury's

I Heart Paris by Lindsey Kelk
Synopsis - Angela is in the city of love – but romance is taking a nose-dive…
When Angela Clark’s boyfriend Alex suggests a trip to Paris at the same time as hip fashion mag Belle asks her to write a piece, she jumps at the chance.
But even as she’s falling for the joie de vivre of Paris, someone’s conspiring to sabotage her big break. And when she spots Alex having a tête-à-tête with his ex in a local bar, Angela’s dreams of Parisian passion all start crashing down around her.
With London and her old life only a train journey away, Angela can’t decide if should stay and face the music or run away home…
Sainsbury's supermarket were also have a 3 for £5 deal on all of their books so I jumped straight on that wagon, and I kept all three for myself this time! 
I Heart Paris is the third book in the I Heart... series by Lindsey Kelk, I've read the first one and I didn't own the second one yet when I bought this one, but I knew I loved the series so thought I was going to buy it eventually so might as well snap it up as part of this deal!

Wife 22 by Melanie Gideon
Synopsis - A successful marriage is like growing a temperamental plant – you have to work hard and tend to it carefully, as Alice Buckle is just discovering.
Despite her husband, two children and straight-talking best friend, Alice suddenly feels lost. Is it just that she’s turning the age her mother was when she lost her? Or is it that she and her husband seem to have run out of things to say to each other?
Help comes in an unexpected form. When Alice starts unburdening herself to a complete stranger online, she starts to see things in a new light. Freed by the anonymity – she is known only as Wife 22 – she suddenly remembers all the reasons she fell in love with her husband in the first place.
But in the course of baring all, is Alice risking losing everything she once held so dear?
This was a bit of a filler pick, because I couldn't find another book amongst the choices that were available that was on my wishlist, but I thought the synopsis of this book sounded really intriguing and it makes a change from the YA books I've been reading lately.

Noughts & Crosses by Malorie Blackman
Synopsis - Sephy is a Cross – a member of the dark-skinned ruling class. Callum is a nought – a ‘colourless’ member of the underclass who were once slaves to the Crosses. The two have been friends since early childhood. But that’s as far as it can go. Until the first steps are taken towards more social equality and a limited number of Noughts are allowed into Cross schools… Against a background of prejudice and distrust, intensely highlighted by violent terrorist activity by Noughts, a romance builds between Sephy and Callum – a romance that is to lead both of them into terrible danger…
I've heard amazing things about this book from Megan Olivier on Youtube so when I saw it amongst the choices I snapped it up!
It sounds like a really interesting premise that turns the tables of racial prejudice, but also maintains a great story in there too, I'm really looking forward to reading this one!

And that's my haul (for now!), expect more to come veeeery soon!!
TTFN x
Hello and welcome to my (slightly late) Friday reads post!
I enjoy watching these videos on Booktube so I thought I'd try and do one of these posts every week too! 
This Friday I'll be reading this book;
Scorch Trials by James Dashner!
Synopsis - Solving the Maze was supposed to be the end. 

Thomas was sure that escape from the Maze would mean freedom for him and the Gladers. But WICKED isn’t done yet. Phase Two has just begun. The Scorch. 
There are no rules. There is no help. You either make it or you die.
The Gladers have two weeks to cross through the Scorch—the most burned-out section of the world. And WICKED has made sure to adjust the variables and stack the odds against them. 
Friendships will be tested. Loyalties will be broken. All bets are off. 
There are others now. Their survival depends on the Gladers’ destruction—and they’re determined to survive.
I didn't immediately enjoy the first Maze Runner book, it started off a bit slow and I took ages to get into it, but ended up really enjoying it, but Scorch Trials started off pretty gruesome and brutal, and I enjoyed it from the very first page!
It has a lot more detail in it than the first book, a lot more brutal fight scenes and descriptions of gore and disease, which sounds awful but it's actually a good thing for me! It's a much more exciting book than the first one in the series.
I'm currently about 230 pages into this, so should finish it this weekend! 
Check out my February wrap-up for my final verdict on this book :)
Thanks! x





Hi lovelies!
For Valentines Day this year my lovely boyfriend got me some of the books on my wishlist and I thought I'd share them with you :) 
The Maze Runner Series by James Dashner
He got me all four books in the series, Maze Runner, The Scorch Trials, Death Cure and the prequel to the series Kill Order.
I'm currently reading The Scorch Trials which I'll tell you some more about in my friday reads post, but I'm thoroughly enjoying it and I'd already read Maze Runner but it's great to have all matching covers (book bloggers will appreciate the need for matching covers haha!).
These books were on my recent wishlist post on this blog, so that means I can buy some other books in their place!
Synopsis - When the doors of the lift crank open, the only thing Thomas remembers is his first name. But he's not alone. He's surrounded by boys who welcome him to the Glade - a walled encampment at the centre of a bizarre and terrible stone maze. Like Thomas, the Gladers don't know why or how they came to be there - or what's happened to the world outside. All they know is that every morning when the walls slide back, they will risk everything - even the Grievers, half-machine, half-animal horror that patrol its corridors, to try and find out.

A Walk To Remember by Nicholas Sparks
I'd heard so much about this book, and about the film too which is apparently very good but obviously I can't watch that before I read this book!
It sounds like a tearjerker and Nicholas Sparks has a reputation for great, emotional storytelling.
SynopsisIt is 1958 and seventeen-year-old Landon is revelling in his youth: dating girls and even claiming to have been in love. He is a world apart from shy, reclusive Jamie Sullivan, a Baptist's daughter who carries a bible with her school books, cares for her widowed father and volunteers at the orphanage. But fate will intervene.
Forced to partner up at the school dance, Landon and Jamie embark on a journey of earth-shattering love and agonising loss far beyond their years. In the months that follow, Landon discovers the true depths of the human heart, and takes a decision that is so stunning it will lead him irrevocably down the road to manhood...

I was SO happy with these books, I'm dying to read them all and, as I said before, I've moved onto The Scorch Trials immediately!!
Toodles x
Hello again guys!
Today I'm going to share my review of a book called How To Fall In Love by Cecelia Ahern.
 The dust jacket looked like this, a beautiful cobalt blue with gold lettering and a gold lovebird design on the front, with Cecelia Ahern written in white lettering.
The dust jacket has a sort-of waxy texture, it feels like the packaging of Nars makeup products, if you know what that feels like! But because of that texture it attracts fingerprints so I decided to take the dust jacket off, to be honest I prefer hardback books without the dust jacket anyway!
 I really like the actual book design as well, this gorgeous white book with gold lettering and some more lovebirds on the side of the book, it looks great on my bookshelf!

Synopsis - She has just two weeks. Two weeks to teach him how to fall in love – with his own life.
Adam Basil and Christine Rose are thrown together late one night, when Christine is crossing the Ha'penny Bridge in Dublin. Adam is there, poised, threatening to jump.
Adam is desperate – but Christine makes a crazy deal with him. His 35th birthday is looming and she bets him that before then she can show him life is worth living .
Despite her determination, Christine knows what a dangerous promise she's made. Against the ticking of the clock, the two of them embark on wild escapades, grand romantic gestures and some unlikely late-night outings. Slowly, Christine thinks Adam is starting to fall back in love with his life. But is that all that's happening… ?

My non-spoiler review - I read this book in less than 24 hours because I got so involved in the characters that I just felt like I HAD to know what happened to them all! 
Adam is a seemingly perfect guy, aside from the fact he was about to throw himself off a bridge when we meet him, but he has demons he needs to face upto.
Christine is the girl who talks him down from the bridge, but mistakenly makes a promise to him that she will show him the reasons why he should live, and he gives her a matter of weeks to do so!
I loved the relationship between these two characters, it was warts and all with them, he would go off in rages sometimes and she would try and hide things from him, but in the end they were completely honest with each other and became dependant on each other, in a good way.
The writing style is Cecelia's usual readable style, you feel like you're listening to a friend tell a story rather than being conscious you're reading a book about people you don't know, and that don't actually exist!
Also Cecelia gives you the ultimate ''happy endings'', Adam is basically an ideal man and does things that real men rarely ever do, he has that Disney factor! haha.
I was so happy with the ending of this book, I was so scared that Cecelia wasn't going to give the ending I wanted to see but I was super thankful when I read it and she completed the story perfectly, in my eyes anyway!
Rating - 5/5
Hello fellow booksessives!! 
I've seen a lot of these tags floating round booktube so I thought I'd give one of them a go because I always enjoy watching them!

1- Where do you buy your books from?
I buy my books from Amazon mainly! I find their prices are always the best, and if you have Amazon Prime then you can get next day delivery for free so there'll be no long wait for your book!
I also buy some from The Book Depository and I find that charity shops and supermarkets are also great places to buy books from, just today I bought three books for £5 in Sainsbury's!

2- Do you ever pre-order books and, if so, do you do this instore or online?
I've pre-ordered only a couple of books in my time, and these have been ones I've reeeally wanted to read as soon as possible! The last one I pre-ordered was Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell.
I always order them from Amazon again, because you get a pre-order price guarantee, which means that if the price lowers at any point after you buy it, they'll reimburse you the difference, which you can't argue with!
Also, with Amazon Prime the book will arrive on the exact day it gets released!

3- On average, how many books do you buy a month?
I wouldn't say I buy a LOT of books every month, I think so far this month I've bought about seven or eight, which isn't so bad! And I do try to clearout my old books and make room for new ones quite a lot, so I don't get too bogged down in them.
4- Do you use your local library?
My local library isn't the best and it doesn't get updated that much because of lack of funding being put into libraries in the UK, but lets not open that can of worms!!
I read basically every book in the kids library when I was a youngster, and I love libraries in general so if mine ever got more stock in that I was interested in I would definitely go a lot more.

5- And, if so, how many books can you/do you borrow at one time?
I'm not sure how many I CAN borrow, I don't think there's a limit, but when I have been I don't borrow too many at a time just because I don't like to keep reissuing them and dodging fines haha.

6- What is your opinion on library books?
I love libraries, and library books, I think they're a great way to get kids into reading and also if you're trying to get into reading more and you want to try out different types of books it's a great place to go to pick up free books that you can just take back with no hassle or fuss if you didn't enjoy them!

7- How do you feel about charity shop/second hand books?
I've bought lots of books in charity shops and I don't have a problem with it at all, as long as they're in decent condition that's all I'm concerned about! 
8- Do you keep your read and TBR pile together/on the same shelf or not?
Yep, I just keep them all together! I like all my books to play nicely together, no segregation here, my books live in a free society!

9- Do you plan to read all the books that you own?
Of course! I wouldn't buy them if I wasn't going to read them, I don't have the money for those shenanigans haha!

10- What do you do with books that you own that you feel you will never read/felt you did not enjoy?
I don't have any books that I don't think I'll read, but as for books I didn't enjoy, I'd just give them away to a charity shop or a friend! Best to pass them on than just mindlessly hoard them.

11- Have you ever donated books?
Like I said, if I don't enjoy them then definitely! I'd rather pass them onto a charity shop so that someone else might enjoy them than just keep them in my room gathering dust.
12- Have you ever been on a book-buying ban?
Not so far! But I'm fairly new to this book obsession so watch this SPACE....

13- Do you feel that you buy too many books?
I don't think I do, but I suppose it's all relative! I buy way more books than a lot of people I know, but I'd rather spend my money on something like books which are mind-expanding than yet more nail varnishes that I don't need haha.

There we are! My first ever tag :) I tag whoever wants to do this, it's a very enjoyable little thing to do :) 
Toodles! x
Happy Valentines day book-babies!
I know this post is very late, but I wanted to post my first wrap-up, and didn't want to wait until March to do one, so here it is!! 

Synopsis - She has just two weeks. Two weeks to teach him how to fall in love – with his own life.
Adam Basil and Christine Rose are thrown together late one night, when Christine is crossing the Ha'penny Bridge in Dublin. Adam is there, poised, threatening to jump.
Adam is desperate – but Christine makes a crazy deal with him. His 35th birthday is looming and she bets him that before then she can show him life is worth living .
Despite her determination, Christine knows what a dangerous promise she's made. Against the ticking of the clock, the two of them embark on wild escapades, grand romantic gestures and some unlikely late-night outings. Slowly, Christine thinks Adam is starting to fall back in love with his life. But is that all that's happening… ?
This was probably my favourite read of last month, I read it in less than a day because I just HAD to know what was going to happen with the characters! 
My friend Frances bought me this for Christmas, it had a nice dust jacket on it which was bright blue with gold lovebirds on it, but I prefer hardback books without their dust jackets on for whatever reason, I always have! I just think books look amazing when they're the old-school covers without the dust jacket :) 
Anyway, this book was a lovely, fluffy read, it was nothing extremely taxing, just one of those typical Cecelia Ahern books that makes you wish real life was as magical! 
I'll be doing a full review on this book anyway so I'll quit blabbing :)
Rating - 5/5

Synopsis - "I fell in love the way you fall asleep: slowly, then all at once."
Despite the tumor-shrinking medical miracle that has bought her a few years, Hazel has never been anything but terminal, her final chapter inscribed upon diagnosis. But when a gorgeous plot twist named Augustus Waters suddenly appears at Cancer Kid Support Group, Hazel's story is about to be completely rewritten.
I'll be doing separate reviews on all of these books, but I will say (and nobody shoot me, because I realise I'm in the minority) I didn't enjoy this book half as much as I thought I would.
I found the characters to be unbelievable at times, the things that they would say is totally not the kind of things the teenagers I know would say!
The story had so much potential to be heart-breaking, but the delivery just wasn't there for me, feel free to call me soulless! 
Rating - 3/5

Synopsis - Get ready to meet Angela Clark as she flees the world’s worst wedding for a new life…
It's official. Angela Clarke is in love – with the most

fabulous city in the world.

Fleeing her cheating boyfriend and clutching little more than a crumpled bridesmaid dress, a pair of Louboutins and her passport, Angela jumps on a plane, destination - NYC.
Holed up in a cute hotel room, Angela gets a New York makeover from her NBFJenny and a whirlwind tour of the city that never sleeps. Before she knows it, Angela is dating two sexy guys. And, best of all, she gets to write about it in her new blog (Carrie Bradshaw eat your heart out). But it's one thing telling readers about your romantic dilemmas, it's another figuring them out for yourself …
Angela has fallen head over heels for the big apple, but does she heart New York more than home?
This runs a close second to How To Fall In Love for the spot of my favourite book of last month! Again, a very fluffy read but I really really loved it, and not just because the lead character was called Angela and is a Libran, just like me! 
I loved how descriptive the writing was, I felt like I could really visualise what was going on and, most importantly, what everyone was wearing!
Rating - 5/5

Synopsis - If you could wish for one gift this Christmas, what would it be?
Lou Suffern wishes he could be in two places at once. His constant battle with the clock is a sensitive issue with his wife and family.
Gabe wishes he was somewhere warm. When Lou invites Gabe, a homeless man who sits outside his office, into the building and into his life, Lou’s world is changed beyond all measure…
This was a lovely Christmassy tale that I read over the festive period and into the New Year, it was a bit of a trippy one, you really have to suspend your beliefs and just go with it but I really enjoyed it! 
I both felt sympathy and anger towards the lead character Lou, he isn't the nicest of men at the start of the book, let's put it that way! 
Rating - 4/5

Synopsis - France, 1916. Sophie Lefevre must keep her family safe whilst her adored husband Edouard fights at the front. When she is ordered to serve the German officers who descend on her hotel each evening, her home becomes riven by fierce tensions. And from the moment the new Kommandant sets eyes on Sophie's portrait - painted by Edouard - a dangerous obsession is born, which will lead Sophie to make a dark and terrible decision.
Almost a century later, and Sophie's portrait hangs in the home of Liv Halston, a wedding gift from her young husband before he died. A chance encounter reveals the painting's true worth, and its troubled history. A history that is about to resurface and turn Liv's life upside down all over again . . .
In The Girl You Left Behind two young women, separated by a century, are united in their determination to fight for what they love most - whatever the cost.
This was a super-interesting book! A really unique story and Jojo's usual great writing made this a very enjoyable read.
A lot of the reviews I've read said they enjoyed Sophie Lefevre's story more than Liv Halston's, but I really liked both of the points of view equally, but the Sophie Lefevre arc was more unique than Liv Halston's, I will admit that!
Rating - 4/5

Synopsis - When the doors of the lift crank open, the only thing Thomas remembers is his first name. But he's not alone. He's surrounded by boys who welcome him to the Glade - a walled encampment at the centre of a bizarre and terrible stone maze. Like Thomas, the Gladers don't know why or how they came to be there - or what's happened to the world outside. All they know is that every morning when the walls slide back, they will risk everything - even the Grievers, half-machine, half-animal horror that patrol its corridors, to try and find out.
When I first read this about a year ago I couldn't get into it at all! But then I picked it up again last month and I couldn't put it down haha weird how your tastes sometimes alter isn't it?!
I love a dystopian novel, and this one had a strong lead character who I could empathise with, which I think is always key for me to get into this type of book.
Rating - 4/5

Hope you enjoyed my first wrap-up post!! This was fun, same time next month yeah?!
Toodles! x
Hello my pretty little bookworms!! 
I thought I'd do a post of the books that are top of my wishlist as soon as payday rolls around (doesn't it always feel like forever between paydays, especially at the start of the month?).
Of course I will probably buy more than I list here, I'm the queen of the impulse purchases! 

Synopsis - Celebs, sunshine and beautiful boys…enough to lead a girl astray?
Angela Clark can’t believe her luck… she’s an English girl living in New York with a dream job at hip magazine The Look and a sexy boyfriend.
Her latest assignment takes her to Hollywood to interview hot actor and fellow Brit James Jacobs.Thrown in at the deep end she heads west with best friend Jenny dreaming of Rodeo Drive and Malibu beach.
Soon Angela discovers that celebrity life in Hollywood is not all glamour, gloss and sunshine. Despite his lady-killer reputation, the only person who seems genuine is James.
Then a paparazzi snaps them in an uncompromising position and suddenly Angela is thrust into the spotlight for all the wrong reasons…
Can she convince all those close to her – especially her boss and her boyfriend – not to believe everything they read? And will Hollywood ever win Angela’s heart?
I read I Heart New York last month and loved it so much, I even gave it 5 stars on GoodReads! 
It was a quick read at only around 200 pages and I really connected with the main character because she was called Angela (like me) and was a Libra (like me!) and she had quite a similar character and love of expensive handbags haha.
I'm super excited to read the sequel and find out what happens to Angela next! 

Synopsis - Angela is in the city of love – but romance is taking a nose-dive…
When Angela Clark’s boyfriend Alex suggests a trip to Paris at the same time as hip fashion mag Belle asks her to write a piece, she jumps at the chance.
But even as she’s falling for the joie de vivre of Paris, someone’s conspiring to sabotage her big break. And when she spots Alex having a tête-à-tête with his ex in a local bar, Angela’s dreams of Parisian passion all start crashing down around her.
With London and her old life only a train journey away, Angela can’t decide if should stay and face the music or run away home…
I'm also going to buy the third book, as these aren't lengthy reads I think I can definitely get through them both before the next payday when I'll buy the rest of the books!
This book being set in Paris reminds me of Sex And The City which makes me very excited!

Synopsis - When journalist Ellie looks through her newspaper's archives for a story, she doesn't think she'll find anything of interest. Instead she discovers a letter from 1960, written by a man asking his lover to leave her husband - and Ellie is caught up in the intrigue of a past love affair. Despite, or perhaps because of her own romantic entanglements with a married man.
In 1960, Jennifer wakes up in hospital after a car accident. She can't remember anything - her husband, her friends, who she used to be. And then, when she returns home, she uncovers a hidden letter, and begins to remember the lover she was willing to risk everything for.
Ellie and Jennifer's stories of passion, adultery and loss are wound together in this richly emotive novel - interspersed with real 'last letters'.
I adore Jojo Moyes' book, and this sounds similar to The Girl You Left Behind, which is also written from a double perspective.
It sounds really intriguing and I just love Jojo Moyes' writing, I'm on a mission to collect all of her books!

Synopsis - When the doors of the lift crank open, the only thing Thomas remembers is his first name. But he's not alone. He's surrounded by boys who welcome him to the Glade - a walled encampment at the centre of a bizarre and terrible stone maze. Like Thomas, the Gladers don't know why or how they came to be there - or what's happened to the world outside. All they know is that every morning when the walls slide back, they will risk everything - even the Grievers, half-machine, half-animal horror that patrol its corridors, to try and find out.
I've recently read the first Maze Runner book and I thoroughly enjoyed it! I really like dystopian novels so this was right up my street and I can't wait to read the rest in the series.
It makes more financial sense to buy this box set as it also has the prequel The Kill Order in it as well, and to buy them all separately would be much more expensive!

Synopsis - Eleanor is the new girl in town, and she's never felt more alone. All mismatched clothes, mad red hair and chaotic home life, she couldn't stick out more if she tried.
Then she takes the seat on the bus next to Park. Quiet, careful and - in Eleanor's eyes - impossibly cool, Park's worked out that flying under the radar is the best way to get by.
Slowly, steadily, through late-night conversations and an ever-growing stack of mix tapes, Eleanor and Park fall in love. They fall in love the way you do the first time, when you're 16, and you have nothing and everything to lose.
Set over the course of one school year in 1986, Eleanor & Park is funny, sad, shocking and true - an exquisite nostalgia trip for anyone who has never forgotten their first love.
I've heard so so much about this book on Megan Olivier's Youtube channel, she really raves about it! 
I haven't read any Rainbow Rowell books before, but I have Fangirl to read also so hopefully I'll enjoy her writing style.

Synopsis - She is pretty and talented - sweet sixteen and never been kissed.
He is seventeen; gorgeous and on the brink of a bright future.
And now they have fallen in love.
But . . .
They are brother and sister.
This is a pretty controversial subject to write a book on, but I've heard it's beautifully written and heart-wrenching, I know that this will probably be a depressing read as it's a doomed romance right from the start, but I'm still excited to read it!

And there we go!! I really don't need to be buying more books but hey-ho!! I have a book blog to justify all of my literary purchases now ;) 
Toodles! x
Hello bookends!!
As this is my new blog, and I've never done a review on here before, I thought I'd start with my favourite ever book, Me Before You by Jojo Moyes.
Why do I love this book?
My favourite book is a highly contested title as I've been reading avidly since I was four years old! And I've read so many amazing books that got me hooked and made it so I couldn't put them down, but one book that soared above all of the rest of them as soon as I started reading it was Me Before You by Jojo Moyes.
I love this book because it's both happy and sad, funny and heartbreaking and completely inspirational. The characters were so original because, as much as I loved them, they also frustrated me at times and I would find myself thinking ''No! Why would you do this?'', because I was thinking of them as real people! As much as I've read so many amazing books, it's very rare that I get sucked into the characters like that, which is testament to Jojo Moyes' excellent writing.
As for the ending, well I won't spoil it, naturally, but safe to say it was the first time that I was literally sobbing at a book, I've had the odd tears in my eyes when it came to books before but these were full on, chest-heaving sobs! 
Don't let that put you off though, the tears were both happy and sad tears and I promise, if you read this book you WILL love it!

My review
This story centres around Lou Clark, a girl whose day-to-day life is mundane, but enjoyable for her.
But her life changes when she loses her job at The Buttered Bun tea shop and has to go and work for Will Traynor, who was in a motorcycle accident which took away his desire to live.
He pushes everyone away and lives a joyless life....until Lou comes along!
She bursts into his world and as well as her changing his life, he also helps change hers for all time.
There's not much else I can, or want to, tell you after that, I wouldn't want to spoil any of the plot at all because I think it's such a beautiful book with such faultless writing that it needs to be experienced first hand to do it any justice whatsoever.

I've since read another Jojo Moyes book called The Girl You Left Behind and that was a brilliant read, I didn't enjoy it as much as Me Before You but this was an exceptional book so that doesn't take anything away from The Girl You Left Behind.

Apparently MGM are adapting Me Before You into a film, which fills me with dread because films are notorious for absolutely trashing my favourite books, but fingers crossed that won't happen here!!

You can buy Me Before You at Amazon for £3.50
Toodle-oo! x
Hi-de-hi campers!
My first ever book haul on this blog is about to commence, and I'm pretty stoked! 
I haven't bought many books this month, but definitely enough for a good old haul! 
I bought all of these books from Amazon because I just find they do the BEST deals, but if you know any great book retailers then let me know!

Synopsis - Cath and Wren are identical twins, and until recently they did absolutely everything together. Now they're off to university and Wren's decided she doesn't want to be one half of a pair any more - she wants to dance, meet boys, go to parties and let loose. It's not so easy for Cath. She's horribly shy and has always buried herself in the fan fiction she writes, where she always knows exactly what to say and can write a romance far more intense than anything she's experienced in real life.
Without Wren Cath is completely on her own and totally outside her comfort zone. She's got a surly room-mate with a charming, always-around boyfriend, a fiction-writing professor who thinks fan fiction is the end of the civilized world, a handsome classmate who only wants to talk about words . . . And she can't stop worrying about her dad, who's loving and fragile and has never really been alone.
Now Cath has to decide whether she's ready to open her heart to new people and new experiences, and she's realizing that there's more to learn about love than she ever thought possible . . .

I'm super excited to read this book because I've heard SO much amazing stuff about it! I love the cover, from the mint green colour to the super-cute illustrations, and let's face it, who amongst us isn't a bit of a fangirl about something?! *cough*Supernatural*cough*...
This is the most expensive of the bunch at £5.24.

Synopsis - Mother of three and wife of John-Paul, Cecilia discovers an old envelope in the attic. Written in her husband's hand, it says: to be opened only in the event of my death.
Curious, she opens it - and time stops.
John-Paul's letter confesses to a terrible mistake which, if revealed, would wreck their family as well as the lives of others.
Cecilia - betrayed, angry and distraught - wants to do the right thing, but right for who? If she protects her family by staying silent, the truth will worm through her heart. But if she reveals her husband's secret, she will hurt those she loves most . . .
Once again, I've heard a lot about this in the booktube community and on GoodReads so I'm very much looking forward to reading it!
I love the cover too, the colours are amazing, although I don't know what a butterfly in a jar has to do with a husbands secret affair!
This was £3.80.

Synopsis - Kitty Logan has lost her way…
As a journalist, she’s spent the past few years chasing the big scoops – no matter the consequences. When she makes a terrible mistake, she finds herself mired in scandal, her career implodes and even her personal relationships are tested to the limits.
At a loss, Kitty finds distraction in a list of one hundred names her late mentor and boss, Constance, has left her. Kitty’s been given one final chance, the most important assignment of her life – to write the story behind the one hundred names as a tribute piece to Constance. As she tracks down the people on the list and tries to work out what connects them, Kitty meets some extraordinary people.
Can these strangers’ stories help her finally understand her own?
I've just finished Cecelia Ahern's latest book ''How To Fall In Love'' and I adored it and gave it 5 stars on good reads (I'll be doing a full review on here soon!) so after I read that I went on Amazon and picked up the few Cecelia Ahern books I didn't own!
This one sounds interesting, but slightly different to Cecelia's usual books.
The cover is different too, you can't tell from this picture really but it's textured, giving it a wood-like effect.
I got this one for £3.50.

Synopsis - Lose yourself in the magical world of No.1 bestselling author, Cecelia Ahern.
Are you taking your life for granted?
Lucy Silchester is. She’s busied herself with other stuff: friends’ lives, work issues, her deteriorating car, that kind of thing. But she’s stuck in a rut – and deluding everyone. Only Lucy knows the real truth.
Time for a wake-up call – a meeting with life. And life turns out to be a kindly, rather run-down man in an old suit, who is determined to bring about change – and won’t let Lucy off the hook.
Sometimes we all need to make time for our life…
Sorry for the slightly blurry picture! I didn't realise until I put it on the computer.
This sounds more like a classic Ahern! I love the bright pink cover and think this sounds like a nice, fluffy read :).
This is available for £3.86.

Hope you enjoyed this post!
Lots of love x
Hello beautiful bookworms!!
This is my second foray into the world of blogging, I also run the blog Beauty She Wrote but I thought instead of putting book reviews and the like on there, I would start a whole new blog! 
So for my first post I thought I'd just entertain you with some of my favourite book quotes from Pinterest, who doesn't love a bit of pinning in their spare time?! 
Toodles! x