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The Pretties follows a teenage girl's struggle against her world's beliefs. Everybody in her world eventually becomes beautiful and in turn everybody essentially becomes the same. They also receive brain lesions that permanently ruin their memories from their ugly past. Tally is against this idea and runs away to a world where everybody is accepted for who they are, called the Rusty Ruins. The people of the Ruins, the Smokies, have a cure for the lesions. Her goal throughout the journey is to get the cure mass produced and sent back to her world where everybody can have their memories. In her journey to the Ruins, Tally is faced with hardship and must use wilderness skills, hide from the Specials, and survive. This book teaches the importance of perserverance, being impulsive but smart, and how to love what really matters in life.
Full review now posted... Elliot McBride The Seduction of Elliot McBride is the fifth book in Jennifer Ashley’s amazingHighland Pleasures series. It’s romantic, witty, poignant, and deliciously sexy… it’s everything I love in historical romance! Juliana St. John was raised to be very proper. After a long engagement, her wedding day dawns—only for Juliana to find herself jilted at the altar. Fleeing the mocking crowd, she stumbles upon Elliot McBride, the tall, passionate Scot who was her first love. His teasing manner gives her an idea, and she asks Elliot to save her from an uncertain future—by marrying her… After escaping brutal imprisonment, Elliot has returned to Scotland a vastly wealthy yet tormented man. Now Juliana has her hands full restoring his half-ruined manor in the Scottish Highlands and trying to repair the broken heart of the man some call irredeemably mad. Though beautiful and spirited, Juliana wonders if that will be enough to win a second chance at love. As I said in my earlier, partial review, Elliot is to the McBrides as Ian is to the Mackenzies, except that Elliot wasn’t born as he is now. His “madness” comes from being captured, held as a slave and tortured, mentally and physically. I’m not sure which is more compelling, the hero that once knew freedom and then lost it, or the hero who knew only “madness” until his soul mate came along and showed him peace… well, thankfully we don’t have to choose, we can love them all. And love them all, I do. I can’t put my finger on what it was, but The Seduction of Elliot McBride seemed to have a somewhat different feel to it. More complex, more detailed, more fleshed out... Revisiting the Mackenzies and their families was, of course, pure bliss, so maybe that's part of it. And getting to know the other McBride brothers a bit, learning more about the demons they battle, has me impatiently looking forward to their stories, and could be part of it, too. Or maybe it’s my love of truly scarred and tortured heroes that gave this one such a special feel, I don’t know, and in the end it doesn't matter because I loved it! Start to finish, loved it! Something else I really enjoyed was the different cultural feel. Elliot’s Indian servants, those he brought back to Scotland with him, were a big part of what made the story so interesting and entertaining. Their devotion to Elliot made them people I couldn’t help but care about, even though most of them had little dialog – in English, that is. And hearing about their’s and Elliot’s lives in India was fascinating, so much so that I’ve decided I need to find more historical romance novels with this theme. Juliana and Elliot make the perfect couple. Friends from childhood, they grew into adults and while they always only wanted each other – but neither knew the other felt the same – they went their separate ways, making lives apart. But that friendship is what gives their romance such a solid foundation and makes their impromptu wedding not only believable, but beautiful. Juliana knew the boy that Elliot had been, could see the man he had become, but knew the man he had the potential to be – a mix of the two – if only he could put the horrific events of the past behind him. She’s a strong heroine… sometimes a bit stubborn, but smart, compassionate, loving… she truly is perfect for Elliot. And about Elliot… something else I said in my earlier review, but I’ll say it again; He is an amazing hero, and I can tell you, without hesitation, that Elliot will always hold a piece of my heart – the part that was torn out while reading his story. He earned it, he deserves it, and it will forever be his.