Sunday, January 13, 2013

MEET THE POLL- What we read in TLS this week:

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!

A Letter to My Husband by VioAlexandru-rec'd by Mercyrus Tales
Well, they're married. So why isn't it everything wonderful? All human, OOC, mature themes.
Rated: Fiction M

A Startling Infatuation by Textcrazy2011-rec'd by Cutestkidsmom
Hurt when he was younger Edward finds it hard to trust his family, let alone find a girl who's worth the effort to romance. But what happens when he meets Bella, the owner of a low key bookstore? Will he open up his heart or spend the rest of his life in the shadows? AH
Rated: Fiction M

Bella? Marie? by Nyomixx-rec'd by Nic
Learning to trust again can seem impossible if your heart was broken by someone you loved. So when Edward discovers he's slept with Bella, his son's loving but awkward nanny, after not recognizing her at a club, can he see past her glasses to the beautiful girl within? And can Bella forgive her father after his ultimate betrayal and embrace her future? MA/OOC/AH/
Rated: Fiction  M

Bright Like the Sun by Dryler-rec'd by JadoreJAC
 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

Fame by BlueIsSoul-rec'd by Nic
Childhood sweethearts, Bella and Edward were meant to be forever. That is until he got what he always wanted. Rated: Fiction M

Hatchet by PrettyKittyArtist-rec'd by Les Sharpe
Edward Cullen rules Forks. He does what he wants, when he wants. What happens when he meets his match and she's got a lesson or two for him to learn? Rated: Fiction M

Humbug by Iamvican-rec'd by Vampshavelaws
"If I could work my will, every idiot who goes about with 'Merry Christmas' on his lips, should be boiled with his own pudding." Yeah, Dickens kind of had a point.
Rated: Fiction M

Lumina by Samrosey-rec'd by Six Dlbfive
All he thinks about is her, and what he sees when he's with her; the lines, colouring her special, he sees the fast paced stutter of her flowing beauty and he smells her, wants to taste her. She thinks college is awkward, like a test before the actual stuff happens. She doesn't know what he is. She just thinks he's a boy, as awkward as her. Vamps - AU - E/B. 1st person POV
Rated: Fiction M

Mask of Indifference by Isabella N Edward-rec'd by MoniNP
One night in Vegas changes Bella's life forever. What happens when she finds that the man she met that night, Edward Cullen, is not only her new boss but the father of her son? How will Edward react when he realizes that Bella has been keeping this secret from him?
Rated: Fiction M

Moment of Victory by RMacaroni-rec'd by Twific Crackmum
There, in the middle of the exit, where we'll walk right by it on our way out to the field, is the trophy, the prize, the most coveted award for a footballer — the World Cup. The round base holds two athletes stretching up, the world on their hands, in their moment of victory. Only the greatest have held that golden statue, and today, the US finally has a chance. ExB. AH. All EPOV
Rated: Fiction M

Now and Then by Troublefollows Edward-rec'd by Nic
Right now, she can't remember. He can't forget or let go. Then, she fell in love fast and hard. So did he. Can the heart remember what the mind has forgotten? Edward can only hope.
Rated: Fiction M

Pearls and Swine by Bellasunshine-rec'd by Nic
Set in the sweltering landscape of Miami, this story follows Isabella Swan, a school teacher who made the hit list of one of Miami's top crime families. What happens when the son of another crime boss is asked to take care of the problem? "Family above all else."
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

Royal Duty by LiveInDakota-rec'd by Evilnat
Life as a princess isn't a fairytale like they would lead you to believe. Sometimes decisions are made you don't like. Sometimes you don't have a choice at all. Barely out of school, it seems Bella's future has already been decided, with a marriage she doesn't want and a nation she doesn't know how to rule, but not everything is at it seems, and Edward Masen is no exception. E/B. Rated: Fiction M

Secret Sex by Erinbatt-rec'd by Six Dlbfive
Edward and Bella have a little secret...or so they think. A friendship that evolves into a very sweet love story. If only anyone knew about it... AH / Canon pairings. Rated: Fiction M

Sins of My Past by Content1-rec'd by MoniNP
Bella was left by Edward to clean up the ruins of her life after his betrayal. What happens when Edward finds out that not all was as it seems. What are the consequences of his sins and what will he do to get her back? Rated: Fiction M

Stay by FictionFreak95-rec'd by Suebee Betafairy/Obsmama/Nic
Sometimes a blast from your past is exactly what you need to ignite your future. AH, BxE.
Rated: Fiction M

The Earth, It Trembles by Ginginlee-rec'd by Obsmama
A girl, a boy, a God, a life, a rebirth, an escape, an attempt at living again.
Rated: Fiction M

Through the Oak Door by Struckatthesky-rec'd by Jedigirl SC
One kiss sparks the clues, but what do they all mean? Bella dreams of her future self, knowing the life she lives ends in tragedy. How can she change her story when she already knows the ending? The door is there, but where is the key? AH, ExB, Rated M. Rated: Fiction M

Violent Delights by JadoreJAC-rec'd by Cutestkidsmom
I knew his world moved too fast and burned too bright, but I just thought, how can the devil be pulling you toward someone who looks so much like an angel when he smiles at you? Maybe he knew that when he saw me. I guess I just lost my balance. I think that the worst part of it all wasn't losing him. It was losing me. Rated: Fiction M

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