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My favorite thing about this one is the characters. Everyone loves a guy with an accent. And trust me, you'll love this guy too. You'll also love the scene in the bar. This is like the ultimate forbidden romance.

I read the final version of this on a plane to Frankfurt. I sat huddled in my seat alternating between feeling swoony and weepy. This was a recommendation by Lisa above.

She sent me an email telling me I had to read Rule. It took me a few weeks, but I downloaded it and read it in one sitting. I love Rule. He's a great character and the drunk scene you'll know which one when you read was so realistic. I was a little worried that I wouldn't fall in love with Quinn who is a total bad boy and sort of okay, a major jerk, but I did!

His transformation is fabulous, and I'm so excited to read the next book.

Now, what else should be on my TBR list? So I'm addicted to New Adult. When twenty-one-year-old Leah Carter's latest one night stand burglarizes her apartment, her roommate forces her to attend therapy for sex addicts. Leah insists she isn't a sex addict; she just doesn't do relationships. After all, sooner or later, everyone lets you down. At first, the group sessions are little more than an education on how to be promiscuous. Until she meets the newest addict—blue eyes, killer body, and a smile that tempts relapse.

Psychology student Will McLean is posing as a fellow addict while researching a case study on unusual addictions. But the more he learns about Leah, the more certain he is that his desire to break through her walls and unearth her secrets has nothing to do with his assignment. As the uncertainties spike alongside the sexual tension, the only thing Leah knows for sure is that falling in love would be disastrous.

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Too bad love might be one addiction she can't kick. If you're an NA fan, this is another new novel you'll have to add to your to be read list. Here's an excerpt: Leah hated Thursdays. So what? She was twenty-one and single. There was nothing wrong with wanting to make the most of it.

Who decided sex was an addiction anyway? It was a de-stresser. She made a face at the platter of cookies set on an uneven seat a few feet away. She had tried one of them a few meetings ago, and it had nearly broken her tooth.

They were sturdy enough to survive a nuclear apocalypse. They were cockroach cookies. Maybe that was the key to these therapy sessions—to knock everyone out with stale confections so they were incapable of having sex.

Here's what I love about Addicted to You, other than Will, the really hot guy with an accent. These characters are working through issues while trying to find where they belong in the world. They're confident in certain areas of their lives while in other areas, they're fumbling to get through each day.

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And of course, a Happy Release Day announcement isn't complete without a giveaway : Enter below! She had self published and was sky-rocketing through the ranks. Despite my skeptical position on New Adult as a genre, I loved her premise and smart query, so I requested the manuscript.

She sent it immediately, and I sat at my desk and started to read. Here's the rest of the story: Cora Carmack made me laugh. During those chapters I couldn't help laugh out loud. That night at the event, I couldn't stop thinking about Losing It.

I couldn't wait to get back to it so that I could finish reading. And I couldn't stop talking about it. I brought up New Adult to everyone who would listen.

Then I told them about this great self-published book I was reading. At least two people told me they downloaded it that night. When I got home, I continued reading--I read until very late into the hours of the morning and sent Cora Carmack a gushing email about how much I loved it. Here's why I loved it: It had all the things that I want in any manuscript: great characters, great writing, page-turning storytelling.

I couldn't stop thinking about it. It made me laugh and swoon and cringe and even get a little teary eyed. The characters felt so real to me. His transformation is fabulous, and I'm so excited to read the next book. Now, what else should be on my TBR list?

So I'm addicted to New Adult. When twenty-one-year-old Leah Carter's latest one night stand burglarizes her apartment, her roommate forces her to attend therapy for sex addicts. Leah insists she isn't a sex addict; she just doesn't do relationships. After all, sooner or later, everyone lets you down. At first, the group sessions are little more than an education on how to be promiscuous. Until she meets the newest addict—blue eyes, killer body, and a smile that tempts relapse.

Psychology student Will McLean is posing as a fellow addict while researching a case study on unusual addictions. But the more he learns about Leah, the more certain he is that his desire to break through her walls and unearth her secrets has nothing to do with his assignment.

As the uncertainties spike alongside the sexual tension, the only thing Leah knows for sure is that falling in love would be disastrous.

Too bad love might be one addiction she can't kick. If you're an NA fan, this is another new novel you'll have to add to your to be read list.

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Here's an excerpt: Leah hated Thursdays. So what? She was twenty-one and single. There was nothing wrong with wanting to make the most of it. Who decided sex was an addiction anyway? It was a de-stresser. She made a face at the platter of cookies set on an uneven seat a few feet away.

She had tried one of them a few meetings ago, and it had nearly broken her tooth. They were sturdy enough to survive a nuclear apocalypse. They were cockroach cookies. Maybe that was the key to these therapy sessions—to knock everyone out with stale confections so they were incapable of having sex. Here's what I love about Addicted to You, other than Will, the really hot guy with an accent. These characters are working through issues while trying to find where they belong in the world.

They're confident in certain areas of their lives while in other areas, they're fumbling to get through each day. And of course, a Happy Release Day announcement isn't complete without a giveaway : Enter below! She had self published and was sky-rocketing through the ranks.

Despite my skeptical position on New Adult as a genre, I loved her premise and smart query, so I requested the manuscript. She sent it immediately, and I sat at my desk and started to read.

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Here's the rest of the story: Cora Carmack made me laugh. During those chapters I couldn't help laugh out loud. That night at the event, I couldn't stop thinking about Losing It. I couldn't wait to get back to it so that I could finish reading. And I couldn't stop talking about it. I brought up New Adult to everyone who would listen.

Then I told them about this great self-published book I was reading. At least two people told me they downloaded it that night. When I got home, I continued reading--I read until very late into the hours of the morning and sent Cora Carmack a gushing email about how much I loved it. Here's why I loved it: It had all the things that I want in any manuscript: great characters, great writing, page-turning storytelling. I couldn't stop thinking about it.

It made me laugh and swoon and cringe and even get a little teary eyed. The characters felt so real to me.

Even more than that, here's why it changed my mind about New Adult: Losing It made me feel like I was in my early twenties again. More than that, I knew how she felt while struggling to fit into the adult world. I'd been lost, frustrated, and insecure. That's why I fell for New Adult and what I love about it: that these authors and their books have managed to capture all of those different and complex feelings in such a visceral way.

And of course that they've thrown a good romance into the mix doesn't hurt since I love all things romance. But don't take just my word for it. I asked everyone else at New Leaf what they loved about New Adult, and here's what they said: Joanna Volpe : After reading so many dark and heavy stories for so long which I do love , New Adult offered up something that could be equally meaty in terms of emotion, but lighter in tone.

And dang are they sexy! And there was so much out there to choose from! So I think what really made me fall for the genre as a whole is the immediacy of it all, both in downloading and in the stories themselves. I have bought an embarrassing amount of them, and I just fly through them!

I'll admit: I wasn't a fan of New Adult at first because it seemed like many writers were trying to write a YA, insert a lot of sex, and say 'tada! New Adult!City of Lost Souls, Shadowhunters. Serpent's Kiss, Il bacio della strega, 3. Nov 19, Alyssa marked it as to-read. Respect, Respect, Lauren Dane.

After all, sooner or later, everyone lets you down. She sent it immediately, and I sat at my desk and started to read. download cora carmack Books at Indigo. And of course that they've thrown a good romance into the mix doesn't hurt since I love all things romance.

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