The Nerd’s Word #8: Waiting On The Dark Light by Sara Walsh + Swooning Over The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern


theNerdsWord The Nerds Word #8: Waiting On The Dark Light by Sara Walsh + Swooning Over The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern

“Waiting On” / On My Wishlist:

A book I cannot wait to get my hands on.
hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine & Book Chick City

13512495 The Nerds Word #8: Waiting On The Dark Light by Sara Walsh + Swooning Over The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern

The Dark Light by Sara Walsh
Expected publication: August 28th 2012 by Simon Pulse 

Mysterious lights have flickered above Crownsville for as long as Mia can remember. And as far as she’s concerned, that’s about the only interesting thing to happen in her small town.
That is, until Sol arrives. Mia’s not one to fall for just any guy, but she can’t get intense Sol—or the brilliant tattoo on his back—out of her mind.
Then Mia’s brother goes missing, and Mia’s convinced that Sol knows more than he’s sharing. But getting closer to Sol means reevaluating everything she once believed to be true. Because Sol’s not who Mia thought he was—and neither is she.

Shoulders…

Hoo-WOW.

THAT is one sex-ay cover.

Gawd. I have nothing more to say. I was rendered speechless.

And that, my friends, is why I am waiting for this book…

LOL!

What are you waiting on?

Swoon:

Lines and/or scenes from a book that made me swoon.
hosted by the girls at YA Bound

My swoon this week from The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern  isn’t the typical kissy swoon. It’s my favorite Marco-Celia scene.

“Do you remember all of your audiences?” Marco asks.
“Not all of them,” Celia says. “But I remember the people who look at me the way you do.”
“What way might that be?”
“As though they cannot decide if they are afraid of me or they want to kiss me.”
“I am not afraid of you,” Marco says.

 The Nerds Word #8: Waiting On The Dark Light by Sara Walsh + Swooning Over The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern

JoAnne

My name is JoAnne and I am a sucker for fairy tales. When I was a kid, I dreamed of becoming a princess, finding my handsome prince and living happily ever after. But my parents talked me into taking up law instead. I get a strange high from reading young adult and new adult novels. I know people secretly judge me for reading books not for my age. But frankly, I don’t care. I know what makes me happy – coming-of-age stories, spine-tingling romances, fictional boyfriends, and fairy tale endings.

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