by Alessandra Torre
Cover Designer: Sommer Stein / Perfect Pear Creative Covers
In some ways, I was so ordinary. Waking up in bed with my Paul, my surfer boyfriend, our life filled with sandy toes and tan lines. I stocked books during the day and danced with him to Bob Marley at night.
In other ways, I was unordinary. I’d dust off the sand and step into Stewart’s limousine. Zip up my evening gown and slide into my other life. Champagne and maid service. Orgasms and my businessman.
My life was a tide, pulling me back and forth between the two men. Soothing. Peaceful.
Then the undertow came, pulling my lives together, my men colliding, my breath shortening, arms flaying against the current, my heart breaking in its strength.
I should have known it would never work out.
About the Author
Alessandra Torre is an award-winning New York Times bestselling author of fourteen novels.… Read the rest
With 6 new categories!
One thing I love about these reading challenges is that it’s opened the door to books I likely would have never have chosen to read and introduced me to authors I wasn’t familiar with and I love to feel like I’m learning and growing as a reader.
I read a lot of really great books in 2018 and I can’t wait to see what 2019 has in store! Next December I’ll come back and tell you what each of my selections was and do some quick mini-reviews. You can check out the results of my 2018 Badass Books Reading Challenge here.
So keep scrolling and find out what’s in store for your 2019 Badass Books Reading Challenge!
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The results are in! Did you meet your 2018 reading goals?
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The 2018 Badass Books Reading Challenge has been, by far, the most rewarding part of my first year of blogging and this post is the perfect way to bid farewell to 2018 and re-focus on all my goals for 2019.
Most importantly – a million thanks to everyone who participated! I loved seeing your comments, tweets, and updates throughout the year!
I probably won’t be able to keep this post short and sweet – I read 62 books in 2018 and many of them fell into multiple challenge categories. So feel free to skim through what interests you and then head on over to see what I have in store for the 2019 Badass Books Reading Challenge!
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