Monday, July 4, 2016

What we're reading in TLS this week:

Happy 4th of July!!  With the year half over, it's a good time to add some fresh recs to your reading list. Here are some of our favorites from the past two weeks.  Check them out and let the authors know where you saw them featured.  Have a great week!

♥ Nic & Six

A Night to Remember by sexysiren1981-rec'd by Midnight Cougar
AH AU Edward Cullen is a celebrity bored with fame. His life is colourless and dull when he hits someone with a lot of hair, a mouth that would make a sailor blush and eyes the colour of chocolate. His life is changed forever. Rated M

A Snowfall Kind of Love by TheFicChick-rec'd by Nic
There's one thing on my grown-up Christmas list, and while it includes a number of specifics in varying degrees of dirtiness, it really all boils to the one thing I've wanted for a year and a half: a do-gooder with unruly hair and a Mister Rogers sweater, and a lifetime of nights that would land me squarely on the naughty list. Rated M

Begin Again by Pattyrose-rec'd by Everyfreakingbody
You can't always start over. Life gets real, and memories of first love, no matter how passionate it may have been, get relegated to weekly, monthly, yearly, and then…occasionally. Until it's time to begin again. E&B. Rated M

Compass by anna.who.was.mad-rec'd by LayAtHomeMom
On the cusp of her thirtieth birthday, travel blogger Bella Swan is ready to set down roots after a decade of being on the run. When the boy she (sort of) hated in high school crosses her path, Bella quickly learns that exotic locations have nothing on home-grown love. Rated M

Gravity Series 2: Sin & Innocence by drotuno-rec'd by Nic
The sequel to Blood & Glory: Gravity's business is booming, but what happens when a ghost from the past shows up, taking the only thing that matters? Can the team work together to fix it, or will they rip apart at the seams? Rated M

Kush by LayAtHomeMom-rec'd by Everyfreakingbody
"One hit will make you change your mind." Rated M

Liquor, Lube, and Latex by Livie79-rec'd by Nic
It's his birthday and I'm giving him the one thing he really wants. Rated M

Of Kith and Kin by Chicklette-rec'd by Nic
"The greatest thing you'll ever learn is just to love, and be loved in return." -Nat King Cole. This story is about that. AH, Canon pairings. Rated M

Red Right Hand by MissWinkles-rec’d by Midnight Cougar
"You're one microscopic cog in his catastrophic plan, designed and directed by his red right hand." A selection of The Fall chapters from Edward's POV. Definitely, definitely, definitely rated M.

Starry Eyed Inside by Rochelle Allison-rec'd by Nic
High School Fictional. No one sends Bella into a tailspin quite like Edward Cullen... but can she make him hers? The ups and downs and all arounds. Rated M

The Governess by IBACULLEN-rec'd by Nic
Isabella, desperate for a job after college agrees to move across the country to apply to be governess for two young children. She soon finds out that the Cullen Estate and the Master that resides within are dark and frightening. For the sake of her charges, she must attempt to find a way to reach the heart of the man who looks at her as no more than a servant. Rated M

The Wedding Party by Spanglemaker9-rec'd by Nic
The perfect person appears at the worst possible moment, and one unforgettable encounter changes everything. Rated M

Tropic of Virgo by'd by Sixdlb5
He's a young but jaded musician writing lyrics for his band, and she's a naive, frustrated poet looking to break out of her shell; their words collide online. What happens when they meet in high school, unaware of their literary connection? Rated M

Unfinished by Remedy25-rec'd by LayAtHomeMom
We were friends until two years ago, when he left. I moved on until he moved back. Now, we just might be able to be friends again-or I'm just fooling myself. Oh, and also, that guy I just assaulted in the coffee shop? Apparently he's my new boss... Rated M

Whispers by hereforthestories11-rec'd by LayAtHomeMom
New in town, Edward decides to have a little fun with the students of Forks High. He had no idea how a few simple whispers could cause such horrible consequences. Rated M

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