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Remember Me by Romily Bernard Blog Tour Stop


Read an excerptSynopsis:
In the sequel to Find Me, Wick Tate, sarcastic teen hacker, is back and once again dealing with criminals and corrupt cops…and a brooding new love interest. Will Wick persevere when some secrets refuse to stay hidden?
Wick had thought her troubles were over.
But she should’ve known better.
Not only is she embroiled in a new murder case, which starts with a body with “Remember Me” carved into it and doesn’t stop there, but she also discovers new evidence surrounding her mother’s suicide…which leads her right back to her imprisoned deadbeat dad. And she has to deal with her flirty new hacker friend, Milo, sniffing around—which her boyfriend, Griff, isn’t too happy about.
The pressure might be too much as secrets—including Wick’s own—climb to the surface.
Remember Me is an edge-of-your-seat thrilling read that’ll have readers turning the pages at lightning speed! The paperback of Find Me is on sale simultaneously, and a digital original novella from Romily, featuring Griff, is on sale just a few weeks before!

Find Me was one of my favorite books that I read in 2013, so I was excited to dive back into Wick's story. Remember Me was even better than the first one, with the same awesome mystery and cast of characters that I loved in the first book.

Remember Me picks up pretty soon after where Find Me leaves off and even though I read Find Me over a year ago, it's easy to remember all the details as Remember Me mentions everything you need to know.

The mystery was just as great as the one in the last book, and while I did eventually guess who the murderer was, it was still a thrilling story. Romily Bernard is extremely talented at writing books you can't put down :)

Wick is an awesome character, and talent-wise at least, she reminds me a bit of Mac from Veronica Mars. Her skill with computers is so cool to read about. One thing I was surprised about is the introduction of a sort-of love triangle. The summary hints at one and I didn't think that any guy could move me from Team Griff. Griff is super sweet and an all around great guy. However, Milo (the new love interest introduced) had so much in common with Wick and they seemed to have a connection. My favorite love triangles are always the ones with two equally great guys, and I'm torn about who I want Wick to end up with. I'm curious to see who she'll finally pick in the next book.

Remember Me is an extremely entertaining, thrilling novel. If you haven't yet read Find Me, you definitely should, as this series is an amazing one! I'd give Remember Me 5 out of 5 flowers.

              




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I graduated from Georgia State University with a Literature degree. Since then, I’ve worked as a riding instructor, cell phone salesgirl, personal assistant, groom, exercise rider, accounting assistant, and, during a very dark time, customer service rep.
So don’t let anyone tell you a BA degree will keep you unemployed.




Finding reading time when school's started back

Hey guys, Sara here, I thought I would try something a little different today. Hope that's alright.
Now that school has started back up (for everyone who's still in school) things are getting busier and it's harder and harder for me to find time to read! Between school, homework, other activities, and needing to eat and sleep there's got to be a place to work in reading right? I hope I'm not the only one having difficulty with this! ;) A few grades ago it wasn't that hard to find time, but the older you get the more work you have! And since schoolwork should definitely come first, it's easy to say you are too tired to read and turn on a reality show or get online after you've finished it. So here are a few ideas I've found to work pretty well:

1) If you've got a lot of studying to do it's nice to take a quick break in between subjects or projects, sometimes I like to read a chapter or two during one of those breaks. It gives my mind a rest and I can relax for at least five minutes before picking up a textbook again.

2) If you set rewards for yourself after a long day or work or lots of studying, make reading one of them!

3) Bring a book in your bag or have one nearby. That way if you have a free moment somewhere in your day it's right there to keep you occupied. Maybe it's a train or car journey, quiet moment at work, or while your eating dinner. Whenever.

4) Pick up the book you've been meaning to get around to instead of watching a TV show. This is something I struggle with a lot. If I'm tired, I'm much more likely (at the moment) to put on something to watch then to pick up a book. Yet if I do actually start reading, I can't stop and it has the same calming effect as watching something would.

5) Challenge yourself to read a book or two over the weekend. Or you can challenge yourself to have a certain amount of books done at the end of the month or make a list with the ones you want to read in a certain period of time.

And when it comes to reviewing the books that you've gotten around to reading, I think the best thing is to go ahead and write it. Maybe not edit it and make it all pretty, but get all of your thoughts out. That way you won't forget what you've read and thought. Because I always forget something if I don't do it immediately. So there are some the tricks I use to fit in some reading time. Do you have any other ones? I would love to hear about them!


Sara Bennett happens to be a slightly crazy girl. A slightly nerdy girl. A slightly strange girl who likes being that way.  A slightly obsessed girl when it comes to things she loves. A girl who cries when reading books. A girl who desperately wants her own personal library. A girl who is a total bookworm. A girl who would rather read than watch reality tv. A girl who wants to be an author someday. A girl who loves her Savior. And a girl who just loves to read.

Midnight Thief by Livia Blackburne Book Review

Growing up on Forge’s streets has taught Kyra how to stretch a coin. And when that’s not enough, her uncanny ability to scale walls and bypass guards helps her take what she needs. But when the leader of the Assassins Guild offers Kyra a lucrative job, she hesitates. She knows how to get by on her own, and she’s not sure she wants to play by his rules. But he’s persistent—and darkly attractive—and Kyra can’t quite resist his pull. Tristam of Brancel is a young Palace knight on a mission. After his best friend is brutally murdered by Demon Riders, a clan of vicious warriors who ride bloodthirsty wildcats, Tristam vows to take them down. But as his investigation deepens, he finds his efforts thwarted by a talented thief, one who sneaks past Palace defenses with uncanny ease. When a fateful raid throws Kyra and Tristam together, the two enemies realize that their best chance at survival—and vengeance—might be to join forces. And as their loyalties are tested to the breaking point, they learn a startling secret about Kyra’s past that threatens to reshape both their lives. In her arresting debut novel, Livia Blackburne creates a captivating world where intrigue prowls around every corner—and danger is a way of life.
Pages: 376
Source: Publisher

The Perilous Sea by Sherry Thomas Book Review


After spending the summer away from each other, Titus and Iolanthe (still disguised as Archer Fairfax) are eager to return to Eton College to resume their training to fight the Bane. Although no longer bound to Titus by a blood oath, Iolanthe is more committed than ever to fulfilling her destiny—especially with the agents of Atlantis quickly closing in.
Soon after arriving at school, though, Titus makes a shocking discovery, one that makes him question everything he previously believed about their mission. Faced with this devastating realization, Iolanthe is forced to come to terms with her new role, while Titus must choose between following his mother's prophecies—and forging a divergent path to an unknowable future.

Rites of Passage by Joy N. Hensley Book Review

Rites of Passage
Sam McKenna’s never turned down a dare. And she's not going to start with the last one her brother gave her before he died. So Sam joins the first-ever class of girls at the prestigious Denmark Military Academy. She’s expecting push-ups and long runs, rope climbing and mud-crawling. As a military brat, she can handle an obstacle course just as well as the boys. She's even expecting the hostility she gets from some of the cadets who don’t think girls belong there. What she’s not expecting is her fiery attraction to her drill sergeant. But dating is strictly forbidden and Sam won't risk her future, or the dare, on something so petty...no matter how much she wants him. As Sam struggles to prove herself, she discovers that some of the boys don’t just want her gone—they will stop at nothing to drive her out. When their petty threats turn to brutal hazing, bleeding into every corner of her life, she realizes they are not acting alone. A decades-old secret society is alive and active… and determined to force her out.At any cost.
Now time's running short. Sam must decide who she can trust...and choosing the wrong person could have deadly consequences.
Source: ALA
Release Date: September 9, 2014
Pages: 416 pages