OK, obviously I'm a bit behind on my wrap up posts but here you have it.The Breakaway
Honestly, an OK read but not very realistic or memorable
Alice in Wonderland
Ooookay. Lewis Carroll may have been on something when he wrote this.
Out of the Easy
Very engrossing. It was hard to deal with some of the stuff in it but overall a great story.
The Other Queen
Very disappointing. I usually love Gregory's books but this one fell flat with completely unsympathetic characters.
For Darkness Shows The Stars
Started out OK but the author should have just left this story to the professionals (Jane Austen). It's a retelling of Persuasion, in case you didn't know.
I had to re-read this one and restore my faith in the beautiful story and the awesomeness of Captain Wentworth.
Sadly, this one was a DNF for me. I really despised the main character. He wasn't doing all he was doing for something he believed in. It was all for what someone else, anyone else, believed in and then it just got all "hunger games on prozac" and I lost interest.
To All The Boys I've Loved Before
If you HAVE to do a love triangle do it this way! Jenny sure know's how to twist my emotions.
So there you have it favorites were Out of the Easy, To All The Boy's I've Loved Before and Persuasion of course. Least Favorites were Alice in Wonderland and obviously (since I didn't finish it) Red Rising.