Who knows the feeling that even though you have tons of books on your TBR pile, you haven’t got enough books yet and there’s always some new upcoming releases you’re mad excited about? Yeah… I gave in to that feeling yesterday and pre-ordered two books I’ve been dying to read ever since I heard about them.

The first book being The Elite by Kiera Cass. My friend gave me The Selection for my Birthday in September and boy didn’t I finish that book real quick. I’ve been patiently waiting for the sequel ever since, though I have to say that now that the moment is finally here I can’t wait to have that book in my hands, smell the brand new book smell and read it!

Those spoilers Kiera Cass has been releasing have me going mad, so my friend and I already agreed that we wouldn’t sleep until we finished the book. What I also can’t wait to do is finally discuss this said book with the same friend. Having said this, I just realized that I never did a review on The Selection -shame on me- so I will be writing my review today.


The second book that I pre-ordered is The Boyfriend App by Katie Sise. In The Boyfriend App by Katie Sise, super-smart, somewhat geeky Audrey McCarthy can’t wait to get out of high school. Her father’s death and the transformation of her one-time BFF, Blake Dawkins, into her worst nightmare have her longing for the new start college will bring.

But college takes money. So Audrey decides she has to win the competition for the best app designed by a high schooler—and the $200,000 that comes with it. She develops something she calls the Boyfriend App, and suddenly she’s the talk of the school and getting kissed by the hottest boys around. But can the Boyfriend App bring Audrey true love?

The first time I heard about this book was during TeaTime and to be honest, this isn’t really the usual type of book I read, but this one peeked my interest and after reading what it was about I got madly excited. I am really excited to start reading this book and, of course, to write a review on it. To make things short: I can’t wait to get my hands on this one.