Weekend Readings # 002

Welcome to Weekend Readings, thanks to Dre over at Sporadic Reads. Last weekend was disappointing, with not being able to get through one of my planned reads, but American Girl On Saturn was absolutely brilliant. I highly recommend it.

This weekend I'm planning on reading:

Sutter Keely. He's the guy you want at your party. He’ll get everyone dancing. He’ ll get everyone in your parents’ pool. Okay, so he’s not exactly a shining academic star. He has no plans for college and will probably end up folding men’s shirts for a living. But there are plenty of ladies in town.

Until the morning he wakes up on a random front lawn, and he meets Aimee. Aimee’s clueless. Aimee is a social disaster. Aimee needs help, and it’s up to the Sutterman to show Aimee a splendiferous time and then let her go forth and prosper. But Aimee’s not like other girls, and before long he’s in way over his head. For the first time in his life, he has the power to make a difference in someone else’s life, or ruin it forever

I added this one after seeing Adriana over at She's Got Books On Her Mind was enjoying it. Being made into a movie, certainly captured my interest.

The Redemption Of Callie And Kayden 

The dark secret Kayden has kept hidden for years is finally out. Worse, he's facing charges for battery. The only way to clear his name is for Callie to speak up , something he'll never ask her to do. Instead, he'll do whatever he must to protect her, even if it means letting go of the only girl he's ever loved.

Callie knows Kayden is going back to his dark place and desperately wants to save him. But that means admitting her own painful secrets aloud. The thought of breaking her silence terrifies her - but not as much as the thought of losing Kayden forever. Can she convince him they can make a fresh start together, or is she already too late?

I've been early awaiting book two in The Coincidence series. The first book, The Coincidence of Callie and Kayden was simply brilliant.


  1. I've wanted to see 'The Spectacular Now' ever since I first saw the trailer several months ago; I didn't know it was a book! Thank you for bringing this to my attention.

    1. I hadn't heard of the book or movie before seeing a friend read it. I seen the trailer too and looked like a quirky John Green Novel. The book was disappointing though, fingers crossed that the movie is far better.


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