Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Waiting on Wednesday #189 - Tonight the Streets Are Ours & The Masked Truth

"Waiting On Wednesday" is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating. Be sure to post a link to your Waiting on Wednesday below!

This week's pre-publication "We can't wait to read it!" selections are...

Author: Leila Sales 
Release Date: September 15, 2015 
Published by: Farrar, Straus & Giroux/MacMillan 

Seventeen-year-old Arden Huntley is recklessly loyal. Taking care of her loved ones is what gives Arden purpose in her life and makes her feel like she matters. But she's tired of being loyal to people who don't appreciate her--including her needy best friend and her absent mom.

Arden finds comfort in a blog she stumbles upon called "Tonight the Streets Are Ours," the musings of a young New York City writer named Peter. When Peter is dumped by the girlfriend he blogs about, Arden decides to take a road trip to see him.

During one crazy night out in NYC filled with parties, dancing, and music--the type of night when anything can happen, and nearly everything does--Arden discovers that Peter isn't exactly who she thought he was. And maybe she isn't exactly who she thought she was, either. (Summary from Goodreads)

First, I love the cover, dreamy! Sounds like an intriguing romantic, but not in the typical way romances go--like no true romantic ending, story. We'll see!! 

Author: Kelley Armstrong 
Release Date: October 13, 2015 
Published by: Doubleday

Riley Vasquez is haunted by the brutal murder of the couple she was babysitting for.

Max Cross is suffering under the shadow of a life-altering diagnosis he doesn't dare reveal.

The last thing either of them wants is to spend a weekend away at a therapy camp alongside five other teens with "issues." But that's exactly where they are when three masked men burst in to take the group hostage.

The building has no windows. The exits are sealed shut. Their phones gone. And their captors are on a killing spree. (Summary from Goodreads)

This sounds VERY intense! Plus, it's Kelley Armstrong! Can't wait to try this one. 

What are you waiting on this week?


  1. Tonight the Streets Are Ours sounds right up my alley. Thank you so much for sharing!



  2. Wow, that does not sound like a Kelley Armstrong story at all, but I like the sound of it. Awesome choice!