September Wrap Up and October TBR!

September went so slow compared to the rest of the summer months – I’m not alone right?! Anyway, while it doesn’t look like I’m doing well reading books-wise, I’ve actually managed a decent about of pages read this month xD So I call it a partially successful reading month!

Wrap Up

The Rain by Virginia Bergin A Bit of Bite by Cynthia Eden

The Rain by Virginia Bergin [384 pages]
A Bit of Bite by Cynthia Eden [45 pages]

Along with:

2 chapters of Shingeki no Kyojin = 90 pages.
2 chapters of Kuroshitsuji = 50
pages.
Progression with A Game of Thrones = 95 pages.

Total Pages: 654 pages.

Run-Over TBR from Last Month

A Game of Thrones (A Song of Ice and Fire, #1) The House of the Four Winds (One Dozen Daughters, #1) Peter Jackson: A Film-Maker's Journey

TBR – similar to my Top 10 Tuesday from two weeks ago as it is the Halloween month! ^_^

Warm Bodies (Warm Bodies, #1) The Soul Ripper (Twisted Souls #1) The Demon: Episode 1 (Sacrifice Me, #1)

October ARCS

Frozen (Heart of Dread, #1) Two Hundred and Twenty-One Baker Streets: An Anthology of Holmesian Tales Across Time and Space Sky Pirates (The Chronicles of Light and Shadow, #3)

Also, as NaNoWriMo is less than a month away, I need to seriously start thinking of ideas and get something solid in my mind to want to write asap when November does in fact begin xD

Also [again] the Year-A-Thon October Week is next week [6th – 12th] and the theme is Stephen King/Horror!

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A Bit of Bite by Cynthia Eden

A Bit of Bite

A killer is stalking the streets of Crossroads, Mississippi, and it’s up to Sheriff Ava Dushaine to stop him. But when suspicion falls on werewolf alpha Julian Kasey—Ava’s ex-lover and the man who still haunts her dreams—Ava knows that she’ll either have to prove his innocence…or watch the whole town go up in flames.
[Summary from GoodReads]

Quickie Review: 3/5 Stars on Goodreads.

As it was only a 45 page story, the review will also be 45 pages short. This seriously felt like reading an episode of Supernatural! What with the modern setting and investigation and supernatural creatures being involved. The setting was perfect, the characters were pretty self-explanatory [no need to have developed characters for this type of story] and the theme of the story allowed it to not be character based but plot and crime-solving based. Fast-paced. The nice hint of saucy romance was just right and welcomed! I rather enjoyed it. I really liked the little twist we get as to whether a certain person is telling the truth or not. Overall, a quick and enjoyable read with a some naughtiness to make it all the more ‘real’ (I guess) and fun!