I love this meme hosted by Sheila at Book Journey. It is a great way to organize my reading for the week and see what I have waiting for me on my book shelf.
I have been having a few really bad reading weeks and have barely read 50 papges since last week. Real life has taken a top priority and reading/blogging has had to take a back seat (and I'm talking, back of the bus kind of back seat) as of late.
This week I hope to finish Wherever You Go. I am loving this book so far, the writing is really unique and the story is taking me places I didn't expect to go.
I also hope to start reading Ghosts of Our Pasts by Sophia Duane
A love beyond understanding, a loss unfathomable, a grief unbearable.
He was her anchor and hero, and in the blink of an eye he was gone. Emily Martin has spent the past ten years creating a life of comfort, but still being held back by the weight of the past. As a successful owner of a small gourmet food store in SoHo, her fierce independence is a brutal lesson learned as the result of a tragic loss in her youth.
But after years of giving away only pieces of her heart, Emily is beginning to realize that this leaves her with nothing in the end. For while love is fraught with risk, turning away from love may be the biggest risk of all…
Will Darcy once held the world and his future in the palm of his hand. Engaged to marry the love of his life and on the cusp of a brilliant financial career, he loses everything in a horrifying act of violence that still ripples through his life almost ten years later.
A shell of the man he once was, frozen in grief, he surrounds himself with the beautiful things she loved that only remind him of all that was lost. She was only feet away, but he could not save her. As life tumbles forward around him, Will has to make a decision—to live in the pain of the past or reach out to grasp a new chance at life and love.
Thrown together by fate, these two wounded souls in the heart of a wounded city must do what neither of them have done in years: open up and learn to love.
I seriously doubt it if I will get to anything else this week but here is hoping!
What are you reading this week? Don't forget to leave your link!