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Weekly Wrap Up

Hey readers, here we are at the beginning of our first full week of 2020, how has your reading journey been so far? This previous week I was able to get through the following books.

Completed Readings

#1

Counting on You

Title: Counting on You: Billionaire Workplace Steamy Romance

Author: Lexy Timms

Reading Source: Kindle

Synopsis:

“He asked me what my favorite position was. I said CEO.”

Abby and I have been down this road before. Trying to put together a relationship.

But I messed everything up that time.

There’s no sign that things will be any better this time, but we can’t seem to stay away from each other.

If she doesn’t want to be in the public eye, then so be it: we’ll keep our relationship a secret.

How long will that work for? And can we still be there for one another if we’re constantly hiding?

Maybe we need to redefine the terms of this. But if I lose her over this, I don’t know what I’ll do.

Counting the Billions series:
Book 1 – Counting the Days
Book 2 – Counting on You
Book 3 – Counting the Kisses

~Goodreads~

#2

Taken by the Fae

Title: Taken by the Fae (Mated to a Fae)

Author: Maia Starr

Reading Source: Kindle E-book

Synopsis:

The Fae King has hired me to capture her.
The woman who is my fated mate.

The prophecy tells him that Celeste is a threat.
She’s the human and dragon hybrid that lives on Earth.
Prophecies mean everything in the Fae world.
A world that’s much more magical than the human world.
It wasn’t until I met Celeste that I realized how magical she was.
One touch and I knew she was mine.
Celeste doesn’t know of her power.
She doesn’t know who she truly is.
I have to claim her… to protect her sweet innocence.
Which means cheating the prophecy.
I can’t let the King harm her and drink her blood.
Celeste and I have to become one to defeat him.
We need to fight together.
Can the power of our fated togetherness win back her freedom?

Note: This is Book 1 in the series “Mated To A Fae”. All books in the series can be read as standalones with a HEA and no cliffhangers.

Warning: Adults Only!

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