Friday, August 29, 2014

Book Tour: Athena's Ashes! Giveaway+Author Interview!

Publisher: Clever Crow Press
Release Date: August 26th 2014


It’s Renna’s biggest job yet – convincing MYTH leadership that she’s put away her lock picks and is ready to save the galaxy, despite the dangerous implant in her brain. But with the Athena on the run, she’s working solo and facing her most ruthless enemy, the traitor Pallas, who’ll go to any lengths to destroy the MYTH organization. Including framing Renna for a devastating assault on MYTH HQ that leaves their defenses crippled and hundreds dead. 

Now that MYTH believes she’s a dangerous double-agent, Renna escapes their firing squad before they put more holes in her than a pair of fishnet stockings. But the ticking time-bomb in her head is the one thing Pallas needs to complete his master plan and he’s not about to let her get away. Even worse, he’s discovered the only thing that will bring Renna to her knees – threatening Captain Nick Finn.

Out of time and options, Renna’s got one shot to take down the traitor before he annihilates everything she loves, even though winning this battle may cost her everything.

1.      What’s your favorite thing about writing?
I think my favorite thing is being able to create whole new worlds and control everything that happens in them. I don’t have that kind of power in real life and sometimes it’s just nice to say This Thing is going to happen Here. Why? Because I want it to!

2.  What are your top 3 must-read books? 
Oh that’s such a tough question! How about top 3 series J The first is the Kate Daniels series by Ilona Andrews. There’s romance, a kick-butt heroine, and lots of action. The Grisha Series (Shadow and Bone, etc) by Leigh Bardugo. It’s YA fantasy of the best kind – smart, exciting, and romantic. And the third would be anything by Jane Austen. Pride and Prejudice is one of my comfort reads. (OMG I LOVE THE GRISHA SERIES TOO!!!)

3.      What are your favorite ice cream flavors? Sea salt Caramel gelato. (Yum!)

4. Do you listen to music while writing? If so, what music?
I mostly listen to movie soundtracks when I write. I love all the atmospheric, dramatic scores, and because most of them don’t have words, they don’t trip me up when I’m trying to write.

5.      What’s your favorite place to write and/or read? 
My favorite place for both is curled up on my corner of the couch. Where I usually end up writing is my desk at work. Not nearly as comfortable!

6.      What inspired the title of this book?
The Athena is the main space ship from The Star Thief (the first book in the series). If I talk too much about the ashes part, there would be spoilers. Let’s just say the poor ship has a rough time of it in this book.

7.      What’s the best advice you’ve gotten as a writer? 
Write what you love and would like to read. Write what interests you. Most of all, have fun with your stories. Writing is hard, but the moment you stop enjoying it, is the moment you should stop writing.

Thank you so much for stopping by!:)
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Jamie Grey spent most of her childhood writing stories about princesses who saved the day and pretending to be a daring explorer. It wasn’t until much later that she realized she should combine the two. Now, as a tech-obsessed gamer geek, her novels mix amazing scientific developments, future worlds, and the remarkable characters that live in them.

Jamie lives in Michigan with her boyfriend and their pets, who luckily tolerate her overspending on tea, books, and video games. You can learn more about her at, or follow her on twitter via @jamie_grey.

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Thank you so much to FFBC and the author for allowing me to participate in this book tour!!:) 

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Waiting on Wednesday Wk 18

Waiting on Wednesday is a meme hosted by the awesome Jill over at Breaking the Spine!:)
What I'm waiting on this week:
Plot blurb:
Sometimes, there are no words… 

The youngest of six talented sisters, Elyse d’Abreau was destined for stardom—until a boating accident took everything from her. Now, the most beautiful singer in Tobago can’t sing. She can’t even speak.

Seeking quiet solitude, Elyse accepts a friend’s invitation to Atargatis Cove. Named for the mythical first mermaid, the Oregon seaside town is everything Elyse’s home in the Caribbean isn’t: An ocean too cold for swimming, parties too tame for singing, and people too polite to pry—except for one.

Christian Kane is a notorious playboy—insolent, arrogant, and completely charming. He’s also the only person in Atargatis Cove who doesn’t treat Elyse like a glass statue. He challenges her to express herself, and he admires the way she treats his younger brother Sebastian, who believes Elyse is the legendary mermaid come to life. 

When Christian needs a first mate for the Cove’s high-stakes Pirate Regatta, Elyse reluctantly stows her fear of the sea and climbs aboard. The ocean isn’t the only thing making waves, though—swept up in Christian’s seductive tide and entranced by the Cove’s charms, Elyse begins to wonder if a life of solitude isn’t what she needs. But changing course again means facing her past. It means finding her inner voice. And scariest of all, it means opening her heart to a boy who’s best known for breaking them . . 

Beautiful cover? Check.
Awesome title? Check.
Glorious plot blurb? CHECK AND MATE.

*Squeal!* I can't wait for this to come out... in June 2015 (!!)

So what are you guys waiting on this week? 

Monday, August 25, 2014

Crossing the Ice Book Tour! Excerpt+Giveaway

Hi guys! I'm thrilled to be introducing Jennifer Comeaux's new book, Crossing the Ice! There's more info about the book below as well as an excerpt and a giveaway. :)

Release date: August 3rd 2014
Purchase: Amazon

Synopsis via Goodreads:
Falling hard never felt so good.

Pair skaters Courtney and Mark have one shot left at their Olympic dream. They vow not to let anything get in their way, especially not Josh and Stephanie, the wealthy and talented brother and sister team.

The heart doesn’t always listen to reason, though...

The more time Courtney spends with sweet, shy Josh, the harder she falls for him. But they are on opposite sides of the competition, and their futures are headed in opposite directions. Will their friendship blossom into more or are their paths too different to cross?

Jennifer Comeaux is a tax accountant by day, writer by night. There aren’t any ice rinks near her home in south Louisiana, but she’s a diehard figure skating fan and loves to write stories of romance set in the world of competitive skating. One of her favorite pastimes is traveling to competitions, where she can experience all the glitz and drama that inspire her writing. 

 I turned to Josh with my arms folded and my head cocked to the side. “So, you’re an athlete, a dancer and a musician? If you tell me you’re a skilled artist, I’m gonna have to hate you.”
He laughed. “I can barely draw a stick figure.”
“Whew.” I swiped my hand across my forehead.
“Even if I was the next Picasso, though, I wouldn’t have told you.” He paused and held my gaze. “I don’t like the idea of you hating me.”
My stomach fluttered. Josh didn’t often make extended eye contact, but whenever he locked those sinfully blue eyes on mine, I became a mesmerized puddle of swoon.

Thank you so much to the author and IFB Tours for allowing me to participate in this tour!

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Waiting on Wednesday Wk 17

Waiting on Wednesday is a meme hosted by the awesome Jill over at Breaking the Spine!:)
What I'm waiting on this week:
 Book Blurb:
Full of romance and nature magic, this debut fantasy is perfect for fans of Shannon Hale, Juliet Marillier, and Kristin Cashore.
“A beautifully realized world, a unique voice, and a compelling, action-packed story. This is a striking debut novel with a lovely folkloric flavor.” —Juliet Marillier, author of Wildwood Dancing
Lark has foreseen two things—she will fall for a young man with sage green eyes,and he will kill her.
Sixteen-year-old Lark Carew is happiest close to home, tending her garden and gathering herbs for medicines. But when her Sight warns her that monsters called Troths will soon invade her village, Lark is summoned on a journey to seek help from the legendary Riders of Tarnec. Little does she suspect that one of the Riders, Gharain, is the very man who has haunted her visions. Or that the people of Tarnec have called her there for another reason: Lark is the Guardian of Life, the first of four Guardians who must awaken their powers to recover four stolen amulets. Together, the amulets—Life, Death, Dark, and Light—keep the world in Balance. To take back the Life amulet, Lark will have to discover her true inner strength and give in to a love that she swears will be her downfall.

I can't wait for this one to be released! :) 

Released on Sept. 23rd, 2014
(Only a month left :D )

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Finding Keepers Blog Tour! Review+Giveaway+ Favorite Quotes

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Hi everyone! I'm super excited to introduce to you Finding Keepers, a touching tale of a foster kid who finally finds a family and a home.  There's more about the book and the author below, as well as my review and fav. quotes! :) Thanks for stopping by!:D

Genre: YA Contemporary
Release date: July 30th 2014
Purchase: Paperback | Kindle | Nook
Synopsis via Goodreads:
Starting a new life is never easy, but Alyssa Doe has turned it into an art form. Abandoned by her parents at age ten, six years in foster care has taught Alyssa how to get through life the hard way.
Now sixteen and growing desperate for a stable life, Alyssa finds herself puzzled by her newest keeper, twenty-five year old Jessica Sona. A feisty woman who does not accept no for an answer, Jessica’s insistence and passion for safety, family, and unconditional love begin to break down Alyssa’s walls and bring her hope, a dangerous emotion.
Can such a thing as family and love exist for a girl whose birth name is Doe, or will Alyssa be forever left finding keepers?

About the Author
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Fixing broken computers, wrangling a very spirited little toddler, and creating new fantasy worlds are all parts of the average day for Kristi Strong. While she has called Virginia her home for two decades, her head has rested in two countries, three states, and far too many houses to count. She was more than happy to give up her nomadic lifestyle and settle down with her husband, daughter, cat and chinchilla.

A sweet story full of heart. :)

After I finished this one, I admit an audible “awww” escaped me.  It was a touching tale of a girl who, after being tossed around multiple homes, finally finds a family.

And if that doesn’t melt your heart, I don’t know what will. ;)

It’s really the characters that made this story.  There wasn’t really an overarching plot or anything, but rather it chronicles the life of Alyssa and her struggles to get through each day.  I loved Alyssa and watching her grow throughout the book.  While she's not fully healed at the end, she’s getting there, and with a group of people that cares for her and loves her, you know she’ll be alright. ;)

 Another favorite character of mine was Jessica.  She was so supportive and understanding, and she had a big heart that was not only big enough for Alyssa, but for her friends as well. While I did see that semi-plot twist a mile away, it in no way took away from all the things Jessica had done for Alyssa.  In fact, I felt it just made me love Jessica even more. :)

As for her friends, I adored Caleb (and yes I did sort of want Caleb and Alyssa to end of together!) and thought Brianna was a great friend as well. They were her rock and her family, and it was so sweet how they stuck with her through everything. I did,however, get the feeling the book was perhaps a bit overstuffed?   Every character had their own issues, and while there was nothing wrong with that (the world isn't perfect), I felt that there were just a lot of stuff that sort of seemed to be added in to try to make some of the characters seem more complex. Nonetheless, I did like how the issues were dealt with in the story and how realistic it was.  Another thing was that the villains in this novel (well, Alyssa’s mother primarily) seemed a little one-dimensional with no real depth to them; I wish we were able to see different sides of them. However, that doesn't take away from the fact that Alyssa’s mother was terribly wrong to say and do those things.

Thanks for reading! :)

Rating: 3 out of 5

My fav. quotes!

-“Well, from where I stand, you need a person that you can be mean to, be psycho around, and that person is just going to have be me.”

-It was a compass, a perfect circle of silver surrounding a pale gold tree of life. The cardinal directions glittered with tiny diamonds, a bright green emerald indicating north.

“Now you can always find your way home, no matter where life takes you,” Caleb whispered, as everyone gathered around her.

-Alyssa felt her heart swell as Jessica just smiled at the teens and said, “Please, call me Jessica.”

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Thank you so much to the author and IFB Tours for allowing me to participate in this tour!:)

Monday, August 18, 2014

Cruel Beauty

15839984Author: Rosamund Hodge
Release Date:  January 28th, 2014
Publisher Balzer + Bray
Genre(s): YA Fantasy
Pages:  342
*Standalone, but there are other books in this universe*

~Spoiler Free~

Summary (Goodreads):
Graceling meets Beauty and the Beast in this sweeping fantasy about one girl's journey to fulfill her destiny and the monster who gets in her way-by stealing her heart.

Based on the classic fairy tale Beauty and the Beast, Cruel Beauty is a dazzling love story about our deepest desires and their power to change our destiny.

Since birth, Nyx has been betrothed to the evil ruler of her kingdom-all because of a foolish bargain struck by her father. And since birth, she has been in training to kill him.

With no choice but to fulfill her duty, Nyx resents her family for never trying to save her and hates herself for wanting to escape her fate. Still, on her seventeenth birthday, Nyx abandons everything she's ever known to marry the all-powerful, immortal Ignifex. Her plan? Seduce him, destroy his enchanted castle, and break the nine-hundred-year-old curse he put on her people.

But Ignifex is not at all what Nyx expected. The strangely charming lord beguiles her, and his castle-a shifting maze of magical rooms-enthralls her.

As Nyx searches for a way to free her homeland by uncovering Ignifex's secrets, she finds herself unwillingly drawn to him. Even if she could bring herself to love her sworn enemy, how can she refuse her duty to kill him? With time running out, Nyx must decide what is more important: the future of her kingdom, or the man she was never supposed to love.

This book was a big old ball of WHAT JUST HAPPENED?

It started off really strong; we had the world built, the setting set, and a heroine with internal conflicts.  Awesome. 

Then we meet Ignifex, and everything starts going downhill from here.  I kid you not, the moment she meets him-like not even a scene or two later- but the exact MOMENT she meets him, Nyx's actions become face-palm worthy.

There is insta-love with TWO guys.  (Double the trouble...) Not even going to go there. All I’m going to say is that it was BAD BAD BAD- and I was led to believe by the blurb that she was actually going to spend time with him (them?) as she fell in love. Tsk tsk. 

As for the characters-or more specifically, the love interests-it was raining pretty boy cardboard. The heroine, Nyx, had started off as a seemingly complex and multi-dimensional character, but I was wrong (so. wrong.), and she became a little annoying as the book went on.  I was also frustrated because she had potential to be such a great character: one rife with internal conflicts, but eventually overcoming them to become a stronger person. But alas, it was not so.   It also didn't help that the book started to really drag in the middle.  Nyx spends her time wandering the castle and kissing.  And I… do believe that’s all she does. Oh, and she eats dinner with the guy. But otherwise, this book is just her wandering around to find stuff.  By the end, a whole bunch of things suddenly happen- which was REALLY confusing- and the book ends in typical fairy tale style. WHAT?!

I was so disappointed with this book because I was really looking forward to it.   I absolutely love re-tellings of fairy tales, and that beginning really led me to think that this book was going to be one awesome retelling.


Thanks for reading! :)

Rating: 1.5 out of 5

Saturday, August 16, 2014

School of Spirits

Author: Rachel Hawkins
Release Date:   May 14th, 2013
Publisher Disney-Hyperion
Genre(s): YA Paranormal 
Pages:  297 pages
*As of now, it's a standalone, but there is potential for a sequel; spin-off of the Hex Hall series*

~Spoiler Free~

Summary (Goodreads): 
Fifteen-year-old Izzy Brannick was trained to fight monsters. For centuries, her family has hunted magical creatures. But when Izzy’s older sister vanishes without a trace while on a job, Izzy's mom decides they need to take a break.

Izzy and her mom move to a new town, but they soon discover it’s not as normal as it appears. A series of hauntings has been plaguing the local high school, and Izzy is determined to prove her worth and investigate. But assuming the guise of an average teenager is easier said than done. For a tough girl who's always been on her own, it’s strange to suddenly make friends and maybe even have a crush.

Can Izzy trust her new friends to help find the secret behind the hauntings before more people get hurt? 

Rachel Hawkins' delightful spin-off brings the same wit and charm as the New York Times
 best-selling Hex Hall series. Get ready for more magic, mystery and romance!

A fun book (for the most part), but forgettable.

My feeling towards this book went from “like” to “dislike” as the book went on.   At the beginning, this book was fun. The characters were fun, their dynamics were fun, and the plot was whipping along (but not too fast). Fun.

But towards the end, the book became predictable, REALLY rushed, and too neatly wrapped up. Not fun.

I had this same problem with Hex Hall too.  The beginning started off strong, and then the ending just ruined it.  The plot just built and built, but the ending gave us nothing- wait I take that back.  The ending left us with a big old:  WHAT just happened?? It went by SO fast, and it was SO random.

But as a whole- minus the ending- the book was enjoyable, but nothing crazy good. It was a good one-time read and one time read only.

As for the characters, I liked Izzy because she was a fun character, who, despite being all tough and "the monster cop," was also cringe-worthy  awkward, esp. when it came to boys. ;) And TORIN! Oh my goodness, his addiction to those teen chick TV series was HILARIOUS.  Not to mention, he was also swoony. ;) I loved their bickering friendship (?), and until Dex came along, I was actually rooting for her and him to get together. Since there aren’t any sequels planned at the moment (which I kind of want, kind of don’t-more on that later), I guess we won’t be able to see how their relationship turns out in the end because I think Torin has a crush on Izzy.  When Dex entered the picture, I thought there was going to be a love triangle (Nooooo!), but I was glad that Izzy shut that possibility down (sort of) and didn’t string the guy along (but who knows what’ll happen in the future?).

I also loved their group of misfits!  :) Romy and Izzy had a very sweet friendship, where Romy totally brought out the girly side (a bit rusty, but it was there ;) ) of Izzy, while Izzy and Dex (wink, wink) made for a really cute couple (NO INSTA-LOVE!! :D).  I love a cute, dorky romance, and  Izzy and Dex were that cute, dorky couple. ;)  With Izzy’s awkwardness on all things boys and Dex’s own loveable uniqueness, this relationship was my favorite thing about the book. :)

Now about that sequel…  If that sequel ends anything like this book, then I DON’T WANT IT. On the other hand, there were tons of things the author left open that I do want to see resolved.  If the sequel answered those with a fabulous ending, then maybe I’d read it.  But until then, who knows? ;)

Thanks for reading! :)

Rating: 2.5 out of 5

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Feature and Follow #10

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Hi everyone! This weekly meme is hosted by the awesome Alison at Alison Can Read and the wonderful Parajunkee! :)

This week's question:
                  Suggest a question! We need questions of the week for future FFs. Any ideas?

Cool prompt!  :) Here's a few that I've thought of (not sure if they've been done before though ^.^) 

1. What's the most interesting thing you've used as a bookmark? ( I used this as a prompt for our book club as well. :) )

2. Describe your favorite book character death scene. Why is it your favorite?  Was it a villain or a hero?  What made it so good? (Another prompt from book club ;) )

3. Have you ever been inspired by a book character to do something?  Who was the character and what was it?

4. Poetry out of book titles of a certain genre or for a certain theme:)

Thanks for stopping by!
So what are some of the questions you've thought of? :D

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Waiting on Wednesday Wk 16

Waiting on Wednesday is a meme hosted by the awesome Jill over at Breaking the Spine!:)

Missouri, 1849: Samantha dreams of moving back to New York to be a professional musician—not an easy thing if you’re a girl, and harder still if you’re Chinese. But a tragic accident dashes any hopes of fulfilling her dream, and instead, leaves her fearing for her life. With the help of a runaway slave named Annamae, Samantha flees town for the unknown frontier. But life on the Oregon Trail is unsafe for two girls, so they disguise themselves as Sammy and Andy, two boys headed for the California gold rush. Sammy and Andy forge a powerful bond as they each search for a link to their past, and struggle to avoid any unwanted attention. But when they cross paths with a band of cowboys, the light-hearted troupe turn out to be unexpected allies. With the law closing in on them and new setbacks coming each day, the girls quickly learn that there are not many places to hide on the open trail.
This beautifully written debut is an exciting adventure and heart-wrenching survival tale. But above all else, it’s a story about perseverance and trust that will restore your faith in the power of friendship.

The cover is so pretty!! And the plot sounds awesome. ;)  I can't wait for it to come out! :D 

Will be released on March 17th, 2015

So what are you guys waiting on this week? :)

Monday, August 11, 2014

Six Strings Book Tour! Review+Playlist+Giveaway

Hi everyone! I am super excited to be a part of the Six Strings tour! I really enjoyed this book, and I can't wait for the second one! :) 

There's more information about the book below, as well as my playlist and review. :) Thanks for stopping by!

Release date: June 18th 2014
Publisher: Booktrope
Purchase: Amazon

Synopsis via Goodreads:
Riley Witt is running out of time.

Battling Alzheimer’s disease, Riley’s grandmother Mary suffers from memory loss, mood swings, and a tendency to wander off.

As senior year approaches, Riley has to face the reality that the one person she depends on most is slowly fading. Making matters worse, when Mary does remember the past, she tells tales of time travel and visions. As Mary’s version of the past gets more confused, Riley knows they are running out of time together.

But when Riley discovers a guitar belonging to a famous rock star at Mary’s house, the truth behind the crazy tales finally comes out.

SIX STRINGS tells the story of Riley’s journey back to 1973 where she enters a world of music, long-lost family, and first love. Her adventure is all about discovering her past, understanding her present, and figuring out how to step into her future.

Jen Sanya Williamson is a graduate of the University of Arizona where she received a BA in creative writing. She spends most of her time with her junior high students, teaching and talking books. When not in a classroom, Jen is writing, watching TV shows from the ‘90s, or cheering on the Wildcats with her husband and children in her adopted hometown of Tucson, Arizona.
This book surprised me- in a really good way.  Based on the blurb, I didn’t think this was a time-traveling novel, and I still didn’t believe it until she, well, actually time-traveled. LOL. I really liked how that time traveling aspect was played out. Time-traveling in this book wasn't for some mission to save human-kind, but rather time-traveling is very personal for the traveler.  I’m still not sure as to why she leaps back (there are a few hints), but I’m assuming that will be cleared up in future books (which I am ANXIOUSLY waiting for!!). The book started off kind of slow, but it picked up its pace as it went on, and in fact, towards the end, I began nervously counting down the pages I had left.  This book ended too soon!! 

I was a bit indifferent towards the main characters in the beginning because there was a lot of telling, rather than showing, but as the book progressed, they all grew on me.  Riley was an interesting character because she does grow throughout the novel, but I feel her real growth is still to come in the future books.  This is just the beginning- and I'm so excited for that future awesome character development!! :) (In fact, I felt this book in general was really just to set up the series and to help set up the future books and the characters. Not a bad thing- except for the fact that I need more D':) 

I sort of sense a love triangle between Nathan and Lucas- and I have really complicated feelings about this (LOL). For one thing, Lucas is in the past, so I don’t know how that’s going to work?? But they actually had a great chemistry, and it wasn't insta-love (YAY!).  I liked their relationship, and while they’ve only known each for a few days, there was like this connection between them.  This couple had this feeling of those first few days when you first fall in love. :) With Nathan, he and Riley had been friends since they were young, and I felt his development was a little lacking.  I think this had to do with the fact that there was a lot of telling and not so much showing in the beginning of the novel; also, because they were childhood friends, we were supposed to just assume that they were close. I REALLY hope we do get to see more of Nathan’s and Riley’s relationship in future books.  As for the love triangle in general, I am not a big fan of them because they are tricky. BUT I have seen some great love triangles (even though I thought that that was NEVER possible), and I’m just assuming that there might be one here; I won’t know for sure until I get my hands on that second book… D:   
Final thoughts: This book has a warm feeling to it. I didn't really address this in the review because this warm feeling was more towards the end (even though it did sort of permeate throughout the book I guess?).  It's kind of hard to explain, but I think this warm feeling comes from the fact that this book is a lot about relationships and possibilities- and there’s always something about those two things that gives me a sense of hope. ;)

Thanks for reading! :)
Rating: 3.5 out of 5


One of the things I loved about this book is that it introduced me to so many new (well old new LOL) music. I liked a lot of them, but I only picked two from the book because I felt these were the ones that really fit with the mood of the novel.   

I’ve never done a playlist for a book before, so I’m not exactly sure if there was a certain way to do this or something LOL.  I picked the first two songs from the book, and the rest I sort of picked to suit the mood of the book I guess? :D. Click on the title to go to the Youtube video. :)

Desperado by the Eagles (I imagined this song was what Cordelia sounded like.)

A Whiter Shade of Pale  by Procol Harum (That scene where they’re just holding each other and talking... not heavily making out or anything... just enjoying each others' presence... I wish there were more scenes like this in books... )

Miracles in December by Exo (So I'm not really a fan of Exo, but I actually liked this song.  That title doesn't fit the book LOL, but I felt this song, along with Cordelia, would be something that Lucas would have sang for Riley-ya know, if he could speak Korean LOL :D And also this song is kind of dramatic, but the lyrics fit perfectly. ;) )

Yuugure no Yakusoku- Toradora Ost (Pretty piano song that I can imagine Riley playing.)

Yasashisa no Asioto- Toradora Ost (Nice guitar song I can imagine Lucas playing.)


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Thank you so much to IFB Tours and the author for letting me participate in this book tour!! :)