Monday, July 7, 2014

Book of the Month: June 2014

Hello and welcome back.
I missed last month event but given that I haven't done much reading lately, it's not so awful. Anyway, I'm posting the best book of June.
These days I'm reading a bit more because I have two weeks off work and classes.

Anyway,
I used to participate on an event hosted by BOOK WHALES where the main idea was to share the best book we read the previous month. I would like to continue with the idea, so from now on every first Monday of each new month I will post the best book from the month before.
If you want to join let me know in the comments and maybe I set up a linky for all to join :)


THE BEST BOOK OF JUNE WAS:

READ MY REVIEW: HERE.
Broken Ties (The Mentalist Series, #0.5)
Title: Broken Ties
Author: Kenechi Udogu
Series: The Mentalist Series #0.5
Release Date: May 2014
Format: e-book
Source: free in all the sites
"There was nothing unusual about the night everything changed. No flashing lights in the sky, no searing fire in my belly; no sign whatsoever to suggest the shift which was to come...Nora Brice did strange things to me. Strange and awful things..."
Paul Colt has a problem, and it is not one most teenage boys face. Yes, he likes a girl; one he’s pretty certain he’ll do foolish things for, given the chance. But he can’t go after her, or any other girl for that matter. That’s what he gets for being an Averter; forced to toe the line for the propagation of the collective. He knows some rules are okay to trifle with, and there are some which should never be broken. The gravest of them all?
Don’t fall in love.
Ever.
This is the story of how Paul breaks that rule.
This prequel novella to the Mentalist Series can be read before or after Aversion, Book One of The Mentalist Series, but will be differently appreciated if read after.
ADD IT TO YOUR TBR-LIST: GOODREADS
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