Thursday, October 15

Contest Part 2



Amanda from Novel Addiction said...

+5 - "Eyeliner of the Gods" by Katie Maxwell. It's YA.. and one of my favorites by Katie Maxwell, along with "Got Fangs?" and "Circus of the Darned." xD

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Unknown said...

+1 follower
+5 Perfect Chemistry by Simone Elkeles is exactly this!


Unknown said...

Lol, never mind the +1 I added for following. Sorry, it's habit!

Sara said...

+5 Answer:

What about Meridian by Amber Kizer?
Also, Poison Study by Maria V. Snyder... I totally saw those in the YA section today!

Also, for the other contest, I thought of another:
The Key to the Golden Firebird by Maureen Johnson!


Chloe said...

+5 Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick! New and AMAZING.


Karla said...

+5 Im going to post more than one just in case

Beastly by Alex Flinn (?)
Nightt World 1(Daghters of Darkness)
Night World 2(Huntress)
Jessicas Guide to Dating on the Dark side (?)

Natalie said...

+1 Follower

+5 Boy Meets Girl by Meg Cabot

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Thanks for hosting!

Sheere said...

+5 The only ones that came up in my mind are Hush, Hush and The Declaration.

brizmus said...

This is a super hard question. I am sure I know some books like that, though.
This time the movie Jersey Girl comes to mind. Why is it always easier for me to think of songs and movies?
And speaking of movies, I think I just thought of a book! I'm pretty sure that in "Someone Like You" by Sarah Dessen this is going on.

Llehn said...

+1 Follower.
+5 Flipped - Wendelin Van Draanen


ReggieWrites said...

+ 5 Answering Question
What about Going Too Far by Jennifer Echols?


Brodie said...

Wow, another freakishly awesome contest! LOL

+5 I can't say whether it's good or not, because I haven't read it but a friend of mine read "Perfect Strangers" by Jahnna Malcolm a few years ago and that's pretty much enemies who fall in love, etc


Sara said...

She went all the way by Meg Cabot! She's so money by Cherry Cheva - the don't particulary hate each other, but they're far from friends! And it's a great book :P


Ellz said...

Michelle Rowen-Bitten and Smitten
The Viscount Who Loved Me
Some Girls Bite, Chloe Neill


Jax said...

leaving paradise and the girl she used to be......

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Brittany said...

+ 5 Beautiful Creatures by: Kami Gacia and Margaret Stohl
Why I Let My Hair Grow out by: Maryrose Wood
and Bloom by: Elizabeth Scott.



Raspberry said...

North and South. Forgive me for listing my favorite, but they HATE each other at the beginning of the book and are totally happy together in the end.

holdenj said...

+5 How about How to Ruin My Summer Vacation? Amy and Avi??

+1 follow


Flip The Page! Book Reviews said...

+5 The best classic book where the characters totally hated eachother first and then ended up loving eachother is Wuthering Heights duh!
A newer book is This Lullaby by Sarah Dessen! She can't stand Dexter but ends up fallinng in love with him!!!

+1 for being a follower!


Kat Duncombe said...

+5 A great and Terrible beauty by Libba Bray


Amber @ A Little Pink in the Cornfields said...

+5 Stupid and Contagious by Caprice Crane


Staysi said...

+5 Hawksong by Amelia Atwater- Rhodes


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Ina said...

+1 follower
+5 can't believe nobody mentioned them:
Susan Elizabeth Phillips This heart of mine
Linda Howard Mr. Perfect

Thank you so much for this contest!

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Megan said...

Awesome giveaway! Please enter me.

+1 - Old follower
+5 - Answering question
The Bodyguard series by Cindy Gerard. There are 6 books in the series and they are all great novels.


Pamela said...

My all time favorite: Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

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AnAddictedBookReader said...

Awesome, thanks!
What My Mother Doesn't Know and the sequel What My Girlfriend Doesn't Know (the 1st one the boy isn't really the main character, but the 2nd one the girl and boy are definitely the main characters) by Sonya Sones are really good with a main girl and boy!
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Kelsey said...

Great contest!

+1 follower

She's So Money- Cherry Cheva
Two Way Street- Lauren Barnholdt (this one is kind of back and forth)
You Are So Undead to Me by Stacey Jay

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Erica said...

How to Hook a Hottie by Tina Ferraro is one :)

Jenny N. said...

+5 Becky and Luke from the first Shopaholic book by Sophie Kinsella


Justine said...

+1 follower
All about Vee by C. Leigh Purtill
The Last Song by Nicholas Sparks


I ♥ Book Gossip said...

+5 Bella and Edward Twilight

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+1 Follower

Anonymous said...

1. Perfect You by Elizabeth Scott
2. Flirting With Boys by Hailey Abbott
3. Going Too Far by Jennifer Echols
4. Something, Maybe by Elizabeth Scott
5. Scribbler of Dreams by Mary E. Pearson
6. The Book of Luke by Jenny O'Connell
7. Leaving Paradise by Simone Elkeles

+1 already a follower
+5 answering question

Shalonda said...

+5 Jason & Kyra by Dana Davidson

It's one of those books that was not highly publicized but is well worth a read.

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L said...

+5 hmm.....I can only think of Zombie Queen of Newbury High(well, they didn't exactly know each other in the beginning, but then they started to fall for each other-does that count?) and I think Elsewhere by Gabrielle Zevin is one also.


book weirdo said...

+5 pants on fire by meg cabot
FAT CAT by robin Brande?

Kate said...

I'm going to second "The Declaration" by Gemma Malley, I loved it.

And my original choice is:
"The Knife of Never Letting Go". Well actually I have two options but both are quite crap in terms of your criteria (so I understand if you don't accept this entry, but I recommend the book nonetheless).

"The Knife of Never Letting Go" by Patrick Ness introduces a character who was always taught to hate females (and that there were none of them left), so if I'm correct in remembering, the main character (a guy) was shocked when he saw a female. I believe they had an argument at some point (but it took ages before she would even speak to him). I loved this book.

And my other choice is:
"The Thirteen Treasures" by Michelle Harrison. I can't remember all of this. But there was a guy called Fabian. The main character (a girl)always thought he was weird, a loner and clingy. But there is a reason for this. And it turns out that he really cares about her. Go on, you know you want to read it.

I think these books are more about characters that dislike each other, rather than hate each other.

throuthehaze said...

+1 already a follower

+5 Fire by Kristin Cashore

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Diana Dang said...

Hm, Zombie Blondes by Brian James!

I'm a follower!

Alyssa F said...

Austenland by Shannon Hale

Also, do you ever do Manga? If so, the two main characters from Saint Tail are complete enemies and then love each other by the end. It's a cute story, but you have to get through all 6 books to get to the love part.

Gosh, this was so hard! The minute I try to concentrate all of my ideas go poof!

Alyssa F said...

Just thought of another: Recipe for Disaster by Maureen Fergus. She HATES Harold at the beginning.

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Sherry said...

These aren't young adult but the Anita Blake vampire hunter series has this. The guy likes Anita but she hates him, somewhere down the line they end up together, theres a lot going on and it's on the 17th book now. It's amazing.

Already a follower.


Milka said...

+1 already a follower
+5 The mother of all these "lets first hate each other and then fall in love" is Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, my favorite book of all time.

Pam said...

+5 Meg Cabot's Queen of Babble series comes to mind...Lizzie has a crush on Luke but he certainly hates her...

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Wrighty said...

Another tough one!

+5 I don't remember if they hated each other but Katniss and Peeta from The Hunger Games, Santa Olivia by Jacqueline Carey.


Wrighty said...

Already s follower!

Rebecca said...

+5 Howl's Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones and Right Where it Hurts by David Hill


Michelle said...

I'm a follower!

I just finished Perfect Chemistry by Simone Elkeles and it was great

or, try Going too Far by Jennifer Echols

both great!


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Alessandra said...

I'm a follower!

+5 Uhm... Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman. I haven't read the book yet, but they tell me it's very good.


Anonymous said...

Never Slow Dance with A Zombie
Lock And Key

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Natascha De Marco said...

+5 bridget Jones Diary
Lover Unbound
Wondrous Strange
Eyes Like Stars
The Summoning
The Agency: There's a Spy in the

=D Pleaaasee let me be winner number 2!!

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