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Feature and Follow Friday #2

Alison Can Read Feature & Follow

The Feature & Follow is hosted by TWO hosts, Parajunkee of Parajunkee’s View and Alison of Alison Can Read. Each host will have their own Feature Blog and this way it’ll allow us to show off more new blogs!

Q: What is your guilty pleasure as far as reading? Is it a genre, or is it a certain type of book?

My guilty please is definitely contemporary romance -- YA, NA and adult.  I read far more contemporary than anything else.  In terms of a certain type of book, I would say that my ultimate guilty pleasures are suspenseful romances like those by Linda Howard.  However, I definitely have a very guilty fondness for books set in college or boarding school (The Keatyn Chronicles by Jillian Dodd, Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins, Just One Day by Gayle Forman, The Ivy series, My Favorite Mistake by Chelsea Cameron, etc. etc.), no matter the genre.

I am just starting out so I would love love love followers via GFC or email.  Thanks for stopping by!  Link up your FF below!


  1. I love YA and NA contemporary romance! I haven't read Linda Howard, but I'm a sucker for suspense added to a building love story. New GFC follower and I added you to google+. Here's my FF.

    1. Oh I think you would love Linda Howard then -- she writes thriller/suspense romances -- my favorite is Dying to Please -- so good!

      Going to check out your FF now :)

  2. I love all three age-groups! :D

    New follower via GFC.

    Click HERE for my FF.

    Louisse @ The Soul Sisters

  3. I haven't read much romance in the YA and NA genre. I prefer to read YA Dystopia or Fantasy.

    New Follower via GFC

    My FF @ The Creative Forum

    1. What's your favorite series -- either fantasy or dystopian? I am always on the look-out for good ones!

      Going to check out your FF now :)

  4. I'm also into romance, too. But I can't read it all the time, otherwise it would get too cheesy for me.

    New Follower via GFC!

    Johanna @ Challenging Reads

    1. I agree! I do try to read mystery, dystopian and paranormal to break it up!

      Going to check out your FF now

  5. Thanks for stopping by Cherie Reads! I'm a new follower via G+ and GFC.

  6. Hopping through. New follower! Love boarding school books. Everything from Harry Potter to Anna and the FK.
    My Hop

  7. I find most boarding school books odd to read now, because I went to one. It didn't live up to my Harry Potter expectations haha
    Thanks for stopping by :)

  8. Hopping thru. Thanks for stopping by my blog. New follower via GFC.

  9. I love Anna and the French Kiss :) :)
    Liked to know about your Guilty Pleasure :)
    FF really come up with great questions..
    New follower via GFC. thanks for visiting.

    Ankita @ Booklok Coffee FF

  10. Ooh, yes, those are pretty fun :)

  11. I used to be a contemporary fan when I first found romance but now I really have trouble reading it I dunno if it just mirror's real life too much I don't know. I might have to give it a try again.

    Thanks for stopping by. New follower

  12. I am loving the New Adult Fiction genre!! I can't put those books down and I hope they will soon become more and more popular with book stores and such. I haven't read a bunch of contemporary though 8(. Loved Anna and the French Kiss, one of the best books ever!!

    Thank you for stopping by and old follower!!

  13. I need to read more contemporary! Happy Friday!

  14. Romance is the best genre ever!!! I wish I had my own love life but I always read other people's love life :((

    old follower

    hopping through

    My FF

    Win a Shatter me T-Shirts and a Signed Copy of Unravel me

  15. I've been meaning to venture into NA contemporary since I've seen a few reviews pop up from the blogs I follow. But I don't know where to start! Any recommendations?

    Also, thanks for stopping by my blog! New follower via RSS.

    1. YES YES YES! Will leave you a comment with a bunch of recs on your blog now :)

  16. romance seems to be a popular choice! I guess it sells and that's why so many books have that element! :) thanks for stopping by!
    returning the follow. Hop on over anytime!



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