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Friends Without Benefits - Penny Reid

A good summer read. 
It's nice to read a romance where, for once, it's the man who's more attuned to his feelings than the woman. Nico is totally besotted, had been in love with Elizabeth forever. She thinks you can only be in love once and she is sure he hates her. 
I can't wait to read more of Penny Reid

Involution - Johan Heliot

Normalement, j'adore les romans de Johan Heliot. Celui-ci ne m'a pas fait grande impression. Je n'ai été convaincue ni par les personnages, ni par le drame qui se jouait. C'est bien écrit et c'est court donc je l'ai lu vite malgré le peu d'intérêt que j'avais pour l'histoire.

Ancillary Justice - Ann Leckie
"Luxury always comes at someone else's expense. One of the many advantages of civilization is that one doesn't generally have to see that, if one doesn't wish. You're free to enjoy its benefits without troubling your conscience."
The Bad Boy Billionaire: What a Girl Wants - Maya Rodale
"Sam, all kinds of women read romance novels. Red states, blue states. Happily married, or single. Young, old. Lots of education. Or a little. There are too many of them to fit neatly into that stupid stereotype."
The Wicked Wallflower - Maya Rodale
"I am reading the sort of sentimental novel men dismiss as rubbish but could actually stand to learn a thing or two from."
The Way of the Knife - Mark Mazzetti
"So lucrative had the arrangement become for the Pakistanis that a joke circulated in Islamabad that for each terrorist the ISI helped capture, two new ones needed to be created to keep the racket going."