Wishlist Wednesday is hosted by Pen To Paper and is a chance to share the book you're currently lusting after. It's weekly because we're bookworms and we love to read. A lot. So sometimes our MOST WANTED is quickly read and replaced.
I'll also be posting a non-book wishlist item. But it will probably be book-related because let's be honest, I can't help myself. Books are my life.
Seven days aboard a luxury cruise.
The perfect getaway from it all.
At least, that’s what Georgia Cantwell was hoping for.
Georgia wishes she could run away from the nightmare that has consumed her life, but she can’t. With her inbox filling with menacing emails, all she can do is try to get through her sorority’s winter break cruise without anyone realizing how wrecked she is. So she really doesn't need Jace McLaren seeing through her tacked-on smile when no one else seems to notice.
Growing up with a father in jail, Jace knows from experience that if you’re going through hell, there’s no way out but through. He has always steered away from girls like Georgia with her ice-queen attitude, but she’s in real trouble, and despite himself he pushes past her walls.
As much as Georgia tries to ignore it, Jace won’t let her pretend with him. But she can’t risk telling him the truth. Her past would ruin his trust, her family, her future—everything.
But out on the open ocean, there’s nowhere to hide. And when Georgia’s secrets come tumbling out, it might take more than Jace to save her.
I read the first chapter when the author posted it on her blog and since then I've been looking everywhere to get a little more. The story gripped me straight away and I wanted to find out everything about Georgia and what happened and what's going to happen.
Plus, a crusie ship. Close, closed quarters. No where to run from your feelings. Hello, romance!
What book are you most looking forward to?
THE NOT A BOOK
This week it's the A Plot To Love dress from ModCloth. Unfortunately it's no longer available, but if enough people "love it" they'll bring it back. So head on over and love it, because I need this dress so bad.
Failing that, I've been dropping not-very-subtle hints to Lady Vintage London about them making a book-print Day Dress and my idea has had lots of support so fingers crossed.
Either way, I badly need a book print dress. Do you know of any?