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Favourite Books Of 2016!

Hey ForeverBookers,

WOW! What a year 2016 was...I surpassed my Goodreads goal with 76 books (my goal was 75)...Here's my top 10 list of favourite books (I just read them in 2016. Not all were published in 2016).

10) Divine By Mistake by PC Cast - a mythological romance. It's ADULT.

9) The Hollow by Jessica Verday - a YA urban paranormal, using certain parts of The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow.

8) Crave Me by Geneva Lee - A contemporary ADULT love story.

7) Timeless by Gail Carriger - a cute and funny historical, paranormal story. I'd say this was adult too.

6) Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige - a great story featuring elements of The Wizard Of Oz. For aged +14 readers.

5) A Year And A Day by Isabelle Broom - a cute contemporary with enchanting and mystical elements. Could be a trigger for those who have gone through a loss though.

4) Ascend by Amanda Hocking - another great fantasy. I love the main couple in this. One scene that could be classed as new adult.

3) The Thousandt…

COMPLETE ME by Geneva Lee COVER reveal.

The FINAL book in the Royals Saga. 
NOTE: The Royals Saga is an ADULT series! Release Date: January 9th 2017! Pre-order now: 
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The synopsis is coming soon. Keep looking at the Goodreads link below as it will be uploaded there first. 
The synopsis for the first book - Command Me: 
When he kissed me, I was shocked. He was a stranger and still so familiar. It wasn't until I woke up to my picture splashed on the cover of tabloids that I realized I knew who he was.
Prince Alexander of Cambridge.

Royal bad boy.

Exiled heir to the throne.

He isn't Prince Charming. He's controlling. He's demanding. He's dangerous. And I can't say no to him.

We both have secrets—secrets that could tear us apart or drive us closer together—and as the paparazzi exposes each one, I have to decide just how far I'm willing to go for King and Country.

For readers 18 and up due to mature, erotic scenarios.

Formerly titled For …

The Food Of Love by Amanda Prowse Review.

Hi ForeverBookers,

First of all Happy Christmas for tomorrow guys! Sorry that I've been gone so long again. I've just finished a great book that deals with the struggle of anorexia that I got from NetGalley.

NOTE: The Food Of Love should NOT be read solely by someone who is struggling with the disease I don't think as it's paints a really harsh reality at times to what the mental illness can do.

The Food Of Love is a contemporary novel that tells the story of a family that go through anorexia, one of the worst things a family can go through...

We start reading a scene in which the Braithwaite family are on holiday, years before the events of the rest of the book take place. Here, something happens to the youngest child, Lexi. Lexi is the one who years later suffers with Anorexia. Lexi just wants to look thin and pretty, like any girl. She doesn't believe she looks anywhere near  pretty or how a girl of her age should look.

The rest of the book deals with Lexi's…