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Waiting on Wednesday: Ruby's Misadventures with Reality by Samantha Bohrman

 "Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that you are eagerly anticipating.

Today, I am waiting on:  
Ruby's Misadventures with Reality by Samantha Bohrman!

From Goodreads:
She's off to see the killer...

Lawyer Ruby O'Deare might not be living the American dream, but it feels like it every time she visits her small town megamall. The shoes! The lighting! Prince Charming spotted in the food court! It's a dream, right?

But all dreams must come to an end.

Ruby's does when she wakes up after a one-night stand with the town's sexy zoning commissioner, Noel West. Actually, that part is good. It's the expired Dollar Store condoms she finds that feel too real.

And then her favorite client Estelle turns up dead.

Ruby is determined to find out the truth behind the curtains of Ozcorp, the company that owns the heavenly megamall and has the most to gain from her client's death. She just hopes the zoning commissioner she might be falling for isn't caught up in the danger.
I love a good mystery and this one sounds fun!  From Entangled's suspense line, this book is a bit of a twist on the Wizard of Oz! Fun! Ruby's Misadventures With Reality is scheduled for release on July 14, 2015 and you can pre-order here!!

What books are you waiting on this Wednesday??


  1. I've never heard of this book before! I'm not sure if it'll be my kind of book, but I'm adding it to my TBR and if I see positive reviews for it, I'll definitely end up reading it! :D Also, I'm curious about how it'll be related to The Wizard of Oz!

    Aimee @ Deadly Darlings

  2. Nice pick! That's totally new to me! Hope you enjoy it once you read it!

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    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower :)

  3. Ooh, I'd never heard of this book! I love new twists on old stories, and it sounds like this will be a unique and interesting murder mystery twist on the Wizard of Oz. :)

  4. I haven't heard of this one before, but it sounds really good! I hope you enjoy reading it.
    My WoW

  5. Oh this sounds like a lot of fun! I enjoy reading cozy mysteries quite a bit and this sounds like a lovely one. :)

  6. This one looks so awesome!! I just got it on NG recently. Hope you enjoy it once you read it! :)

  7. This one is definitely new to me! I've never heard of this author! I'm not entirely sure this book is really my kind of read... but it does sound interesting! I hope you get to read it soon! :D

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  8. Wow this sounds so thrilling! Thanks for introducing it to me :D

  9. I've never heard of this book! Woah, those shoes O_O I hope you enjoy this book when you read it!

    Thanks for visiting my blog! Have a fantastic day :)

    Alyssa @ The Eater of Books!

  10. Never heard of this book before, but it's def. going to my TBR-list, especially with those shoes on the cover.
    Thanks for sharing!

    My WoW

  11. I'm really glad this book is out soon! It oddly reminds me of Rock Chick - in the sense of mystery/crime/humour? Yes or no? Anyways, thanks for sharing such a great pick ~ happy reading!


    1. That would be amazing!! I love Rock Chick and I hope this is in that vein!!

  12. My first thought was how much I love those shoes and I want a pair of them really bad. This one sounds really good. I am going to have to check into it! Great Pick :)

    Amber ❤ The Book Bratz
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  13. Got me on this one, too! I'm adding it :) It sounds waaaaayy too funny and cute! Fantastic find!

  14. This one is new to me, but it sounds like a great read. I'll definitely check it out. Thanks for stopping by my WoW!!

  15. New to me but I hope you like it!

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    Leydy @ OUaT

  16. this looks like a complete blast!!!! I'm so happy that you brought it to my attention, because I'd never heard of it before!

  17. Nice pick! New book to me, but it sounds like a good one :)

    Thanks for sharing and stopping by my blog earlier!

  18. This one is new to me and it sounds fascinating! Thanks for the heads up :)

  19. Oh wow this one sounds really awesome! Thanks for introducing me to it!

  20. A contemporary mystery with a Wizard of Oz twist... Intrigued!

    Thanks for stopping by.


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