Monday, August 13, 2012

MEET THE POLL: Choose the FIVE that move you THE MOST

Each week we share with you what we are reading and enjoying. The following made the top of our lists last week. Please help us determine which 5 of these will be featured as fics of the week, next week, by choosing FIVE from the poll on the right!

Boundaries Undefined by Mylisssa-rec'd by Nic
High school is a raging screaming battle that's mostly in her head. She won't be happy until she has him, but hell if she'll ever tell him. She sees only deception in his deepest truths,while he doesn't know the falsehoods of what he reads from her actions. Someone has to bend or the other will break. AH E/B Rated: Fiction M

Bright Like the Sun by Dryler-rec'd by Jordan Costanza
 When Bella goes to live with her father in Forks, things go much better than she expected. At least until a slick parking lot, a careening van, a broken arm, and her weird lab partner from biology get in the way. Rated: Fiction M

Dancing On My Own by Coldplaywhore-rec'd by Evilnat
She's displaced, uncertain and loathes living with her mother. Bella is surrounded on all sides by what she could become, but she just wants someone to tell her who she is. Rated M for the usual. Rated: Fiction

Dark Goddess: E&B Version by Lissa Bryan-rec'd by Dessie Dhiee Masen
A free-spirited archaeologist & a shy, absent-minded genius find a 500 year old vampire who thinks she's a goddess. They're try to sneak back to the US, teach her about the modern world, and trying very, very hard not to fall in love with the Dark Goddess. OOC/AU/Rated M

Evening the Score by DiamondHeart78-rec'd by Jenn Granat
Bella is a relationship-weary sports journalist. Edward is a playboy, ex-pat American soccer player in London. When they meet, will they connect or kill each other? Rated: Fiction M

Holding On & Letting Go by Jenny0719-rec'd by Twilover76/Nic
Masen Valley, SC. Population: 10,789. It was a tiny dot on a map; an escape of sorts for Bella Swan. But when circumstances bring a certain member of Masen Valley's founding family back to town, she finds that the past isn't as easy to leave behind as she thought it would be. Or let go. Rated: Fiction M

House of the Horde by Raggdoll of Twilight-rec'd by Livie Live
Bella endures the dark side of LA. After being abducted and taken into the Hollywood Hills, she learns that humans are not at the top of the food chain. Can she escape or will she fall victim to a treacherous vampire? Rated: Fiction M

Letting Down the Walls by Edward's My Obsession1971-rec'd by Shayna Bowe
Bella is a transfer to U Dub from Phoenix with severe self-esteem issues from a chronic disease. Edward is a med school student seeing patents at his Dad's practice. When they meet, will Bella let Edward in her life or is she too damaged for love? Rated: Fiction M

Politics and Prejudices by Damsell-rec'd by Evilnat
Bella Swan, speech writer to Senator Cullen is new to politics & D.C. Edward Masen, Chief of Staff to Senator Volturi having grown up surrounded by politics is jaded by it all. Can Bella survive this new world & can Edward overcome his prejudices? AH Rated: Fiction M

Power Ten by LauraLoo7-rec'd by Nic
Edward Cullen is the stroke of the Brown University Crew Team. Bella Swan is his new, shy, clumsy sophomore coxswain. Can they learn to get along for his most important season, or will he toss her out of the boat before they reach the finish line?Rated: Fiction M

Radio Edit by PinkHoodie85-rec'd by Dandie Goose
Bella, an intern for a popular Radio Morning Show in South Florida, enlist the help of her co-hosts to help gain the self confidence to catch the eye of a certain bronze haired neighbor. Rated: M

Sticky Sweet by SunKing-rec'd by Suebee Betafairy
City Girl Bella meets Class Clown Edward when she moves to small-town Tennessee. He's gorgeous, flirtatious, and possibly downright nuts. Can she hold onto her heart around a guy who flirts with anything that breathes? So much fluff. Rated: Fiction T

The Affair by Johnnyboy7-rec'd by Nic/MonicaNP
After the death of her father, Isabella Swan moves to the East coast where she meets dentist Edward Cullen. He's older, a father, and married. Sometimes, you can't tell your heart who to love. Rated: Fiction M

The American President by Rushed-rec'd by Ysar Fanfiction
As the President of the United States, Edward Cullen finds it difficult to meet women. So his brother secretly employs the services of an escort agency to help fulfill certain presidential needs. Rated: Fiction M

The Cellar by Iambeagle-rec'd by Jordan Costanza
Boy meets Girl. Girl's friend throws up on Boy's shoes. A story about wannabe hipsters, awkward moments, and soul mates. Rated: Fiction M

The Heist by KreativeKreature-rec'd by Nic
Have you ever felt like every event in your life is out of your control? Like it's all a lie? Hoax? Sham? "I'm no one, and pretty soon… you will be too." Welcome to The Heist.
Rated: Fiction M

The Loving Kind by Thimbles-rec'd by Nic
There were nine words on the square of paper. Nine simple words that I have waited over a year to hear: "I was wrong. I miss you. I love you." My biggest mistake was falling in love with Bella. My second was telling her. Rated: Fiction M

The Price of Balance by Averysubtlegift-rec'd by Lynn Pepper
Bella is a girl with a tragic past.The mysterious Edward sweeps in and seems to be balancing out some of the bad in her life.But can love really heal wounds,and what is the real price of balance?Will they be able to pay it?AU - Rated: Fiction T

The Search by Amber1983-rec'd by Dessie Dhiee Masen
When Bella Swan flees to London to escape her painful and humiliating past her new life is knocked off its axis by her charismatic and ambitious boss, Edward Cullen. Can Ed unravel Bella's secrets and get what he wants without revealing his own demons...and his heart? Rated: Fiction M

The Veil by Belladonna Cullen-rec'd by Nic/Edmazing/Suebee Betafairy
You always have the choice between life and death... until you don't. There is poetry at the beginning and end of our journey, but it's what you make of the interim that counts. BxE
Rated: Fiction M

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