Waiting on Wednesday (135)

Waiting on Wednesday is hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine.

Here are my picks for the week....

Spies and Prejudice by Talia Vance
Fields’ Rule #1: Don’t fall for the enemy.

Berry Fields is not looking for a boyfriend. She’s busy trailing cheaters and liars in her job as a private investigator, collecting evidence of the affairs she’s sure all men commit. And thanks to a pepper spray incident during an eighth grade game of spin the bottle, the guys at her school are not exactly lining up to date her, either.

So when arrogant—and gorgeous—Tanner Halston rolls into town and calls her “nothing amazing,” it’s no loss for Berry. She’ll forget him in no time. She’s more concerned with the questions surfacing about her mother’s death.

But why does Tanner seem to pop up everywhere in her investigation, always getting in her way? Is he trying to stop her from discovering the truth, or protecting her from an unknown threat? And why can’t Berry remember to hate him when he looks into her eyes?

With a playful nod to Jane Austen, Spies and Prejudice will captivate readers as love and espionage collide.
Ooh, doesn't this one sound amazing?! To me, it seems like a mix between The Naughty List by Suzanne Young and The Fidelity Files by Jessica Brody, two books I LOVED. Plus, I can't wait to find out more about Tanner!

Spies and Prejudice will be released June 2013. 

The Language Inside by Holly Thompson
Emma Karas was raised in Japan; it's the country she calls home. But when her mother is diagnosed with breast cancer, Emma's family moves to a town outside Lowell, Massachusetts, to stay with Emma's grandmother while her mom undergoes treatment.

Emma feels out of place in the United States.She begins to have migraines, and longs to be back in Japan. At her grandmother's urging, she volunteers in a long-term care center to help Zena, a patient with locked-in syndrome, write down her poems. There, Emma meets Samnang, another volunteer, who assists elderly Cambodian refugees. Weekly visits to the care center, Zena's poems, dance, and noodle soup bring Emma and Samnang closer, until Emma must make a painful choice: stay in Massachusetts, or return home early to Japan.
This one sounds like a more serious contemp but a good one nonetheless  I'm not the biggest fan of the cover, though.

The Language Inside will be released May 2013.


  1. Wow great picks! I've heard of the first one, but not the second. It looks really sad-but good. I'll definitely add it to my TBR!

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  2. I just added The Language Inside to my TBR yesterday! It sounds so good.

  3. Great picks! I haven't heard of Spies and Prejudice. It sounds good though! :) I've seen The Language Inside out, it sounds pretty good too. I think I added it to my list already, I'll have to check! Ha!

  4. I adore all references to Austen so Spies and Prejudice is a must read for me!


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