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Blog Tour The Wrong Side Of Kai Guest Post: Estelle Maskame's TBR List

So it is my turn on The Wrong Side Of Kai Blog Tour and I have a guest post from Estelle Maskame which is her TBR (To Be Read) list. So now over to Estelle...

On The Come Up - Angie Thomas
I absolutely loved The Hate U Give so I’ve been looking forward to reading more from this author because her writing style is so engaging.





Fangirl - Rainbow Rowell
This one has been a long-term item on my TBR shelves. This book was huge a few years ago and has so much hype, so I’ve been meaning to get around to it for a while now.




The Harry Potter series - JK Rowling
I know, I know... Am I even British? I’ve owned the entire series for a couple years now, but have yet to tackle such an intimidating stack of books. I swear I’ll do it soon though!





Into The Water - Paula Hawkins

A non-YA TBR addition. I do love a good thriller every now and again, and this one comes highly recommended to me by my mum. I just hope it’s not as addictive as The Girl on the Train because that one kept me up all night!




Opposite of Always - Justin A. Reynolds
I’d never heard of this book until it caught my eye in Waterstones recently and was sucked straight in by the blurb. A boy who’s stuck in a loop of time while he tries to stop his girlfriend from dying? Count me in!




Scared Little Rabbits - A.V. Geiger
I’m not sure if A.V. Geiger is published in the UK, but I was lucky enough to receive an American ARC of her latest book and I am SO excited to dive into it. It’s a YA thriller and if it’s anything like her previous novels, then I’ll devour the whole book in one sitting. 




To Kill a Mockingbird - Harper Lee
Again, another book I feel as though I should have read years ago. I’ve been dying to find out what all the hype is around this book and why it’s such a classic. 





Thank you to Estelle and Ink Road for the guest post and opportunity to be on the blog tour!

Find out more about The Wrong Side Of Kai here...


Vanessa Murphy doesn't do relationships.

With a father who doesn't notice her, it's easy for her to sneak around with her latest fling, Harrison Boyd. But when an explicit video of Vanessa hooking up with Harrison is leaked the morning after she ends things with him, her life is thrown into chaos.

And Vanessa wants payback. Enter Kai. With his own vendetta against Harrison, Kai proposes revenge, and the two pair up to ruin Harrison Boyd's life. At first, they are nothing more than an illicit partnership. Teammates working towards the same mission.

But – between late-night stakeouts and crime committing – Vanessa is drawn into Kai's life. And, as the two grow closer, she finds herself letting Kai into hers.



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