Best of the Bunch – July 2014

Posted July 31, 2014 by Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction in Best of the Bunch, Monthly Recap / 0 Comments

Best of the Bunch is a book blog hop hosted over at Always Lost in Stories on the last day of each month, where we can look back over the books we have read over this past month and give a Best of the Bunch award to our favorite book of that month.

July 2014

I thought I didn’t read quite as much this month because it was kind of a crazy month for me, but when I looked at the number of books I reviewed, it ended up being more than last month!

This month I reviewed the following:

  • Destiny by Cindy Ray Hale | Review | Rating: 4/5
  • Landline by Rainbow Rowell | Review | Rating 4/5
  • I Am the Mission by Allen Zadoff | Review | Rating 4/5
  • Sunshine by Nikki Rae | Review | Rating 5/5
  • Sun Poisoned by Nikki Rae | Review | Rating 5/5
  • Sun Damage by Nikki Rae | Review | Rating 4/5
  • Carrier by Anne Tibbets | Review | Rating 5/5
  • How to Get Ainsley Bishop to Fall in Love with You by T.M. Franklin | Review 4/5
  • Revolutionary by Krista McGee | Review | Rating 4.5/5
  • My Life From Hell by Tellulah Darling | Review | Rating: 5/5
  • Let’s Get Lost by Adi Alsaid | Review | Rating 4/5
  • The Rose Master by Valentina Cano | Review | Rating 4/5
  • Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarry | Review | Rating 4.5/5
  • Catching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally | Review | Rating 4/5
  • 15 Minutes by Jill Cooper | Review | Rating 4/5
And my July 2014 Best of the Bunch winner is . . .

Sunshine by Nikki Rae

I had a hard time choosing this month because there were a few books that I really loved. But I finally decided that the Sunshine series stuck with me the most. These books just surprised me in so many ways and were really impactful. I was really blown away!
Summary: Sophie Jean is pretty good at acting normal. She can pretend she’s not allergic to the sun. She can hide what her ex-boyfriend did to her. She can cover up the scars she’s made for herself. Ignore anything. Forget anything.

Then Myles enters her life, and he has more than a few secrets of his own. Sophie discovers that when she’s with him she is feeling too much. Remembering too much.

It’s one thing covering up her own dark past, but does she really need to worry about people finding out just how much Myles likes her? Or that despite how much she doesn’t want to repeat past mistakes, she kind of likes him back? Not to mention the fact that she now has to conceal that Myles drinks blood-that he says he’s about four hundred years old.

But Sophie can deal with this little glitch, no problem. Even if she’s putting the few people she loves at risk. Suddenly, those who were monsters before are just people, and the monsters? They’re real. Now being a normal human being is the least of her problems. Now she has to stay alive.

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