Lisa laukia # 129 – 2021 m. October 19

I will rejoin the “I can’t wait for Wednesday” posts I host Regards End.

The third week of October and the number of books is falling again, as usual at the end of the month.


I am interested in the opposite Outsiders part of the flash.

Here is an excerpt from Goodreads:

From a recognized author Moxie an exciting gender review is coming Outsiders explores the deep bonds of friendship between women and what it takes to be a “bad girl”.

1964. Houston, Texas.

Evie Barnes is a bad girl. So do all her friends. They are the ones who wear bright makeup, laugh too much and run with the boys. Most of all, they protect theirs from the world. So when Evie is rescued from the “right” side of the tracks by an unimaginable good girl, there are doubts about every rule she has always lived. Now she has to redefine what it means to be a bad girl and rethink everything she knew about loyalty.

In this exciting story of murder, mystery and tragedy, Jennifer Mathieu re-imagines SE Hinton Outsiders from a feminine perspective. Bad girls never say die has all the drama and heartache of that teenage classic, but with a feminist approach fits only our times.

Sounds good? Add to Goodreads HERE.

I love the cover and it looks like it might be a good secret! Also, I like the sci-fi aspect.

Here is an excerpt from Goodreads:

From the exciting voice of Sacha Wunsch emerges a heartbreaking psychological mystery in a world where memories can be shared — and one girl can’t trust them.

Improved memory has changed everything. By sharing someone’s memory, you can experience anything and everything without any risk: instantly learn any skills, travel the world from home, and keep all your precious secrets forever. Nova’s parents invented this technology, and it is slowly taking over their lives. Nova does not object – usually. She knows that improved memory is a gift.

But Kade says Nova doesn’t know the cost of this technology, which has taken the world by storm. Kade leads a secret vlog that catalogs a real experience, always moving and strangely afraid of Nova, even though she feels more comfortable with it than ever before. Suddenly, there are things Nova can’t stop noticing: how her parents no longer catch her eye, questions no one wants to ask her, and the relentless feeling that something is forgotten …

Sounds good? Add to Goodreads HERE.

I’ll admit, the cover hit me the most.

Here is an excerpt from Goodreads:

At night, Ankou is a legendary, constantly young mercenary. During the day, the witch’s curse leaves him with only bones. After a never-ending cycle of death and resurrection, Ankou only wants to find the death that was prophesied to him, especially when he begins to rot while still alive …

After the release of the Kaer-Ise kingdom, Flora, a loyal princess maid, is attacked and left dead. As the only one to survive the massacre, Flora desperately wants to find the princess she served. When Ankou agrees to help her find the princess and teach her in exchange for help breaking his curse, she agrees. But how can she kill the immortal? Especially the one she is slowly beginning to understand – or maybe even love?

Together they will solve mysteries, fight monsters, break curses and race not only against time but also against fate itself.

Sounds good? Add to Goodreads HERE.

I liked the first book in the series, the second was like that, but I’ve been enjoying the stories of these two characters for a while now! I won’t wait to pick this up!

Here is an excerpt from Goodreads:

April Parker’s single mother lived in Willow Creek for twelve years with a wall around her heart. Being an empty nest, she decided to leave her beautiful little town and asks her friend Mitch for help with some home improvement projects to get her house ready for sale.

Mitch Malone is known as the life of every party, but mostly because of the clothes he wears to the local Renaissance fair – a loop (and not much more) that perfectly shows his muscular shape. While he agrees to help the dove, he also needs grace: during the upcoming family dinner, she pretends to be his girlfriend so he can avoid lectures on residence and a “more serious” career than a high school coach and gymnastics teacher. April reluctantly agrees, but when dinner turns into a weekend trip, it becomes hard to tell what’s real and what’s just to show. But when the weekend ends, their fake relationship must end.

As summer begins, Faire returns to Willow Creek, and April volunteers for the first time. When Mitch’s family suddenly shows up, April pretends to be Mitch’s girl again … something that is no longer so fake. Despite the obvious connection, April claims they have just started operating. But when there is an opportunity for something real, she must decide whether to change her plans — and open a heart — a moving tuft that can only be the love of her life.

An accidentally in love novel filled with Renaissance Faire floral crowns, quilts, corsets and sword fights.

Sounds good? Add to Goodreads HERE.

Final thoughts:

Well, looking at some of the names I recorded on my blog calendar, I realized that the couple didn’t even sound like much to me, and then there was one that the pub days were earlier and I didn’t “understand, so I reduced my number to 4!

Have you already read any of these? What new books are you waiting for this week?

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