Thursday, February 27, 2014

Feature Follow # 12




Feature Follow is a weekly blog hop. For more information and to join go to Parajunkee'sblog or Alison Can Read's Blog This weekly feature is all about meeting new bloggers and making new friends. Post a comment on this post saying that you're a follower and I will follow back.

Question of the Week: Change the Plot. If you could, what book would you change the ending or a plot thread? Go ahead and do it...change it.


Taking Chances. I would have not made it a series and Harper should just have picked Chase to begin with and there wouldn't be a second book! What the hell?!?! What an awful freakin series. The writing is great, just that Harper picked the wrong guy, Chase should have had his happy ending. I hate this series.

My Review




19 comments:

  1. I couldn't even read the second one in this series - good pick.

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    1. Thanks, I wouldn't have read the second one either but I made the stupid mistake of reading it first.

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  2. I haven't heard of this series before.
    Followed you back on Bloglovin'

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    1. You wouldn't want to because it sucks. Sorry to say. Thanks for following.

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  3. I totally agree. I was shaking my head when she chose the other guy. The ending really threw me off. Thank you for stopping by and following. :)

    New GFC follower

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  4. Oh yes it was sort of a depressing read followed you :)
    My FFF
    Rimsha@Ramblings of a Bookworm

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    1. Yes it was depressing & I really wish I could change the storyline.

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  5. This is totally new to me! Never heard of it. A shame it didn't end the way you wanted it too!

    Here's my Follow Friday

    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower :)

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    1. Yeah well, sometimes love triangles suck if the one you're going for doesn't get the girl.

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  6. New books to me! Old follower! :)

    http://www.tashbrilliantbookblog.blogspot.co.uk/

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  7. Hopping through. I'm not familiar with the book. I haven't really gotten into NA type books. I should.
    My FF

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    1. Omg it's the best. I know you're over vampires & werewolves and so am I, NA is a great way to get away from it.

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  8. Haven't read this book before. But I should! :)

    New GFC and bloglovin follower :)

    -Kimi at Geeky Chiquitas

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    1. I don't really recommend it but if you do try it let me know if you like it.

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  9. I haven't heard of this one before, and it's too bad you didn't enjoy where the story went :(
    Thanks for stopping by earlier. Have a wonderful weekend.

    Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews

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  10. I'm not familiar with the book so I can't comment

    New GFC follower

    Thea @ Gizzimomo's Book Shelf

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  11. I hate when I feel betrayed by a book. I think sometimes authors write awful endings that they know the readers will hate (and that don't make sense!) just because they want to write more. Or maybe I'm just being cynical ;-)

    Jessi
    http://www.thebookcove.com/2014/02/feature-and-follow-12-plot-change-up.html

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    1. No you're right, it's so true! It's like she wrote a book with a love triangle, she was seriously in love with both of them, then she chose the wrong guy. Then the author turns around and writes a book about the other guy who she didn't choose and about his tragedy. Hell no! That sucks.

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