What’s Next? (#19) – Knowing Me, I’d Have To Kill You In Love

What’s Next is a weekly event hosted by Icey Books that helps bloggers/readers decide on their next book to read. You decide my next read in the comments!

IMG_4498Knowing Me Knowing You by Helen Bailey:

Chantelle ‘Channy’ Allen is just about enduring her slightly bored teenage existence, trying not to die of embarrassed every time her parents’ ABBA tribute band perform a cringing medley of hits in front of all her friends. But then Channy finds out something that turns her world upside down; something that makes perfect sense, but at the same time seems utterly ridiculous. Something  that Channy is intent on investigating – despite the distraction of gorgeous French exchange student, Antoine. But Channy’s about to learn a valuable life lesson: sometimes curiosity is a dangerous thing…

IMG_4500Famous In Love by Rebecca Serle:

Fame comes before a fall… When Paige Townsen gets picked to star in the movie adaptation of a blockbuster book series, her life changes practically overnight. Within a month she’s thrown into a world of gossip, rumour and deceit. The only people who know what she’s going through are her two male co-stars, but her feelings for them are getting complicated. Paige knows it’s a mistake to fall in love on the set of a movie, but days of on-screen romance change her mind. The question is, can she keep what happens behind the scenes a secret when the world is watching her every move?

IMG_4503I’d Tell You I Love You, But Then I’d Have To Kill You by Ally Carter:

“Do you ever feel like you’re invisible? I know I do – just call me Cammie the Chameleon. But at my _____ school, that’s seen as cool. Why? Because the Gallagher Academy might say it’s for geniuses, but it’s really a school for spies.” Cammie Morgan might be capable of killing a man in seven different ways, but she’s about to begin her most dangerous mission yet: falling in love.

What do you think that I should read next? Leave a comment on what you think I should read…

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