TBR of the Week: Deer in Headlights, by Staci Hart (Hearts and Arrows #1)

Hi, there! Hope everyone had a wonderful Sunday 🙂 I wish I had been more productive this weekend, but to tell you all the truth, I was too tired. I needed my 22 hours of sleep (yes, I’ve slept 11 hours in a roll from Friday to Saturday and another 11 hours from Saturday to Sunday) and I needed my I’m-doing-nothing-time too. Also, I hang out Instagram a lot today, something that I could hardly afford this week. I’m getting there 🙂

Anyway, let’s talk about our TBR of the Week: I chose the first volume of Hearts and Arrows, by Staci Hart: Deer in Headlights 🙂 I won this book through the author’s newsletter a couple of weeks ago and sounds cool:


Lex is everything Dean needs — but he can’t have her.

It doesn’t matter that she’s beautiful or that her art and poetry speak to his shredded heart. She’s the new drummer’s girlfriend, the latest in a long line of drummers past. He promised the band he’d stay away to protect their record deal, so he’s left with no choice but to deny his heart for the sake of their music.

Dean is everything Lex wants — but she can’t take the risk.

When Lex meets Dean, she’s sure it’s only attraction that has her so hung up on the dark, damaged lead singer, but the more she learns about him, the more she wants him. Love has never been worth the sacrifice, until now. But she can’t put her heart on the line — she won’t — even though she wants to for the first time.

If only they knew they were just pawns in a much bigger game. And in this game of love, Aphrodite never loses.

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Why I think it’s interesting: well, I loved Wasted Words (review here) and this is a freebie. I LOVE freebies and definitely will take a couple of days to read it eventually 🙂 I still dream of reading all the books that I got on my shelves – both physical and virtual. I know, totally delusional, but I have to keep trying, right? 🙂 And keep reading, haha!

That’s it, thanks for reading! Sometimes we don’t really have good and reasonable reasons why we want to read certain books, haha!


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