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Monday Funday: Wolfhunter River (Stillhouse Lake, #3) by Rachel Caine

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Gwen Proctor, a.k.a. Gina Royal, begrudgingly travels to the remote town of Wolfhunter after a woman named Marlene Crockett reaches out to her by phone. Fearing that helping Marlene and her daughter is somehow a trap of sorts, Gwen will go to the end of the earth to protect her family while getting to the bottom of what is happening in this small town.
What can I say about Wolfhunter River (Stillhouse Lake, #3) by Rachel Caine other than . . . WOW! I couldn't put this latest edition of the Stillhouse Trilogy down and stayed up way past my bedtime more than once. This fast paced, action packed book had me racing through the pages because I couldn't wait to find out what happened next. There weren't any slow parts in this book at all, and I think this one was my favorite one yet!
The characters came into their own in this story line, and we even learned more about some of their backstories, which I didn't think was possible at this point in the series. At one point in t…

Book Review: Temptation (The Secret Diaries, #1) by Janice Harrell

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Synopsis of Temptation (The Secret Diaries, #1): From the moment Joanna Rigsby moves to Barton City, North Carolina, she fixates on Penn Parrish and his friends. She desperately wants to date Penn and hang out with his group, so when he randomly asks her to The Bakery one day, she jumps at the chance. She slowly becomes part of their group but notices small oddities that makes her feel like she doesn't quite belong.
As a high school student, I absolutely fell in love with The Secret Diaries trilogy by Janice Harrell, and I'm still in love with it as an adult. I reread this book and the rest of the trilogy every few years. In fact, I've lost count of all the times I've actually read the trilogy. Of all of the young adult books I read as a teen, this would make for a great movie in my opinion.

Something I found interesting when I read it as a teen and as an adult is that when Joanna is at a party, she meets a girl who is very into celebrating the solstice and talks abou…