#FF “Best and worst reads for 2016. Which would you recommend, which would you not?” {13-Jan-2017}


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This week’s prompt:

Best and worst reads for 2016.
Which would you recommend, which would you not?

My best read for 2016 would have to be

I love this author and I have read other books by her too.


Cauldron Bubble (Toil & Trouble #1) by Wendy Knight

Version: Kindle Edition

223 pages | Pub Date: 11 Oct 2016 | Six Inch Heel Press

“You’ve just always been the powerful one. I’m the smart aleck.” “We’re the same. I’m night, you’re day. You have to have both to have life.” “You can hide in the shadows.” “And you can shine like the sun. This prophesy is about both of us.”
Destiny doesn’t think she’s anything special. The daughter of an outcast witch. Her twin, Fate, is her best friend, so that’s awesome. They’re experts in love potions and selling them to crazy high school kids.
So they can buy more shoes.
But that all changes when their school is attacked by warlocks—warlocks who want her power for their own. The attack launches her onto the path the stars have chosen for Destiny, Fate, and their long-lost father.
Oh, and Quin.
Quin, who’s the son of a witch, only tolerating Destiny’s presence because she can save his mother. Except along the way, that all changes, and he realizes Destiny is everything he never knew he wanted. The only problem is she thinks if love can be made from a potion, it can’t be a real thing.
If they survive this, he’s going to prove her wrong.

The Worst Read of 2016

This one I just couldn’t get into.


A Year and a Day by Isabelle Broom

Version: Kindle Edition

416 pages | Pub Date: 17 Nov 2016 | Penguin


A heartwarming and heartbreaking story about love and life in one of Europe’s most romantic cities, Prague.

‘Evocative, will clutch at your heart. Perfect escapism is a winter evening’ Sunday Mirror

Welcome to a city where wishes are everywhere

For Megan, a winter escape to Prague with her friend Ollie is a chance to find some inspiration for her upcoming photography exhibition. But she’s determined to keep their friendship from becoming anything more. Because if Megan lets Ollie find out about her past, she risks losing everything – and she won’t let that happen again . . .

For Hope, the trip is a surprise treat from Charlie, her new partner. But she’s struggling to enjoy the beauty of the city when she knows how angry her daughter is back home. And that it’s all her fault . . .

For Sophie, the city has always been a magical place. This time she can’t stop counting down the moments until her boyfriend Robin joins her. But in historic Prague you can never escape the past . . .

Three different women.

Three intertwining love stories.

One unforgettable, timeless city.


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One thought on “#FF “Best and worst reads for 2016. Which would you recommend, which would you not?” {13-Jan-2017}

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