November 2015 Voting
I’m really hoping that I’m not premature in re-joining this meme. It’s one of my favorites and I would love some help picking what to read next – but I haven’t been great about reading, blogging, or reviewing in recent months so we’ll so how it goes. I currently have 42 books on my “need-to-read-for-review” shelf on Goodreads and I’ll feel much better once I get back on track with those. So my three choices come from that stack this month. I have 1 publisher request, 1 Netgalley, and 1 author request for you to chose from. I won’t tell you which is which – you can guess… that adds to the fun, no? They are also all three book from series I’ve already begun and enjoyed – so I SHOULD be gauranteed to at least like (if not love) all of them.
My Three Choices
- Death Before Daylight by Shannon A. Thompson
Two eternities. One ending.
“Harmony would only come with destruction.”
The moment Eric and Jessica are reunited, they are torn apart. After the appearance of a new breed of shades and lights, the powers shift for the worse, and all three descendants find themselves face-to-face in the Light realm. When Darthon is in control, the last thing everyone expects is to finally hear the truth.
While Jessica learns the reason of her creation, Darthon’s identity is exposed to Eric—and only Eric—and Eric can no longer defend himself. With the eternities of the Light and the Dark resting on Jessica’s shoulders, she must choose who she will be—a light or a shade.
In the end, someone must die, and the end is near.
- The Rogue You Know by Shana Galen
Narrated by Beverley A. Crick
Gideon Harrow has spent his life in London’s dark underworld, and he wants out. A thief and a con, he plans one last heist to finally win his freedom. But when everything goes wrong, he finds himself at the tender mercies of one of Society’s most untouchable women-Lady Susanna Derring.Susanna has spent her life in London’s glittering ton under the thumb of a domineering mother, and she wants out. When a wickedly charming rogue lands at her feet, she jumps at the chance to experience life before it’s too late. But as she descends into London’s underworld, she finds that nothing-not even Gideon-is as it seems. As excitement turns to danger, Susanna must decide what price she’s willing to pay for the love of a reformed thief.
- The Black Ship by Diana Pharaoh Francis
Banned from the sea by a vindictive master pilot and cast out of Crosspointe’s Pilot Guild, Thorn believes his life is over–until he’s conscripted to serve aboard the rogue ship Eidolon, which is pitch black, a shadow in the night, and sails with an unknown purpose.
Thorn finds himself pilot to a mutinous, wreck-cursed crew, taking orders from an insane captain, and battling not only the terrifying magic of the sea, but also a traitor to whatever secret mission the Eidolon serves. The saboteur is desperate to stop the black ship from making port even if that means killing every soul aboard.
Certain his kidnapping and duty on the black ship is no coincidence, Thorn must find a way to survive long enough to get the answers he needs. Who destroyed his life? And why?
Thanks for playing along! Now head over to Because Reading for the linky! Even if you’re not joining in, you can vote 🙂