Today, Friday May 20th 2016 marks the day The Addicted Series by Krista and Becca Ritchie ends. The Addicted series starts with Lily and Lo in Addicted To You and as the story progressed we got to know Rose and Connor in Kiss The Sky and Daisy and Ryke in Hothouse Flower. If you still haven’t read the series then you can get the first book for free on Amazon here or on any other retailer. The recommended reading order can be found on Krista and Becca’s tumblr or be seen below.
In case you missed it, earlier this week I made a blog post for the surprise Addicted Series Lovefest for Krista and Becca and if you want to check it out you can do that here.
Some Kind of Perfect is a full-length epilogue novel that will include all of the POVs of the six main characters that have been present all throughout the series. You can now purchase Some Kind of Perfect on Amazon. To celebrate the release of Some Kind of Perfect I have decided to hold a little international giveaway on Twitter. The rules are simple, there will be three winners and each winner will get one Some Kind of Perfect bookmark and one bookmark of their choice from the ones in my pictures. Retweet the tweet below to enter.
RT & follow for the chance to win two bookmarks in celebration of Some Kind of Perfect release day. Ends 27/5 INTL. pic.twitter.com/DrQdJ4LwyN
— Olivia Chanel (@meadowssulli) May 20, 2016
Now I have to go and continue reading Some Kind of Perfect and die because it’s so perfect, beautiful and sad (because it’s ending). In other words, it’s bittersweet. I hope that when we have all read it we can cry over this amazing, epic and inspiring series together and remember where it all started. After all, falling in love was just the beginning.
2 thoughts on “Happy Some Kind of Perfect Release Day!”
The bookmarks are just dreamy, Olivia! It’s breaking my heart that this phenomenal series is ending. I wonder how many rereads I’ll be doing in the future? 🙂
Tanya @ Girl Plus Books
Thank you so much Tanya! I feel the same, I’ll probably do countless rereads. They’re just that good.