Watercolour Smile

Watercolour Smile

Jane Washington / Jun 26, 2019

Watercolour Smile Maybe I was stupid to have agreed to this but when all of the options that you have in life are dangerous ones you can only choose to do something reckless or turn a blind eye and allow the cards t

  • Title: Watercolour Smile
  • Author: Jane Washington
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  • Page: 116
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  • Maybe I was stupid to have agreed to this, but when all of the options that you have in life are dangerous ones, you can only choose to do something reckless, or turn a blind eye and allow the cards to fall as they may and I was sick of being blind Seraph Black has endured a vicious stalker, a change of schools, a bonding, a triple murder, and than her fair share o Maybe I was stupid to have agreed to this, but when all of the options that you have in life are dangerous ones, you can only choose to do something reckless, or turn a blind eye and allow the cards to fall as they may and I was sick of being blind Seraph Black has endured a vicious stalker, a change of schools, a bonding, a triple murder, and than her fair share of uncomfortable situations but it seems like the world isn t done with her yet The messenger is back with a systematic vengeance that knocks her flat, and not even her self proclaimed secret keepers are prepared for how far he is willing to go to get what he wants She is walking on eggshells, trying to keep everyone at a distance Especially those that are closest to her Unfortunately, there is one person who keeps slipping through the cracks Silas Quillan, the gift in her life that keeps on taking Every time she turns around, he s taking something else from her her choices, her privacy, her freedom, her sanity and if she s not careful, the the next victim might just be her heart Warning While this book is intended for a young adult audience, it is not recommended for persons younger than 15 years, due to some disturbing themes.

    DIY watercolour heart cookies The Sweet Escape Creative I have a post that will make you smile today If it doesn t then you re dead on the inside Whether you love or hate Valentines Day you can t deny your love for these pretty watercolour heart shaped sugar cookies This project marked a few firsts for me first time Mary Seacole Early life, Mary Seacole was born Mary Jane Grant in Kingston, Jamaica, the daughter of James Grant, a Scottish Lieutenant in the British Army, and a free Jamaican woman Her mother was a doctress, a healer who used traditional Caribbean and African herbal remedies, who ran Blundell Hall, a boarding house at East Street, considered one of the best hotels in all of Kingston. William Blake British writer and artist Britannica William Blake William Blake, English engraver, artist, poet, and visionary, author of exquisite lyrics in Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience and profound and difficult prophecies, such as Visions of the Daughters of Albion , The First Book of Urizen , Milton , and Paul s Cartoons Caricatures Adelaide s Premier Cartoon Christmas brought a set of Derwent Inktense pencils They re not watercolour pencils but ink pencils That means the pigment behaves quite differently in many ways. Hip Hip Hooray Bespoke Wedding Stationery Invitations Welcome to Hip Hip Hooray We create stylish wedding and party stationery that makes people smile Whether you re walking down the aisle, in search of the perfect birth announcement or planning a children s party or baby shower, we ve got you covered. D E S I G N L O V E F E S T DRESS YOUR TECH today s dress your tech feature is julie song, an illustrator and hand lettering artist download her free wallpapers below she has some of these designs available as prints here my favorite is the floral border, what about you click to download the JULIE SONG downloads Georgetown Art Express Looking for something fun and cool and exciting for your child s birthday Georgetown Art Express to the rescue We specialize in helping kids explore their creativity, express themselves and im press their friends and parents Parties are . hours in length Cost . Choose from a variety of art projects acrylic canvas paintings, air dry sculpture, watercolour paintings Emotion Images Pixabay Download Free Pictures Download stunning free images about Emotion Free for commercial use No attribution required Animal Art Wall Art Prints From bright modern prints to emotive watercolours, animal art is a great way to add a touch of personality to your walls Whether you re looking for a reminder of a beloved family pet or a witty twist on traditional animal pictures, this collection is sure to bring a smile to your face. Sheila Hancock Early life Sheila Hancock was born in Blackgang on the Isle of Wight, the daughter of Ivy Louise ne Woodward and Enrico Cameron Hancock, who was a publican Her sister Billie is nine years older and worked as a variety artist until retiring to Antibes in at the age of After wartime evacuation, Hancock attended the Dartford County Grammar School and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

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        Jane Washington is 25 years old, lives in Brisbane, Australia and has MDD, or Multiple Dependency Disorder It s not a real disorder, but it should be She s dependent on the moon to write, and she s dependent on coffee so that she can spend as much time with the moon as possible.She s dependent on both writing and anti social behaviour to each act as an excuse for the other, and she s dependent on the awkwardness of both to save her from questions I.e Why do you never come to parties It s a writer s thing We hate parties She has a dependency on the internet to prevent too much work from getting done on any given day, and an even bigger dependency on Disney movies, to keep the dream alive.She s been accused of being a Vampire, with her super pale skin and aversion to sunlight, but she can t stand the sight of blood, so if she is a Vampire, then she s a pretty bad one.


    720 Comments

    1. What a rare and pleasant surprise for a YA series - book 2 was better than book 1! Some things haven't changed. Seph is still the special-est of special snowflakes, everybody still worships every cell in her perfect body, and the relationship dynamics are still iffy at best. But now we have plenty of interesting story to balance the negatives.Liiiiiike: -Silas-Zevgheri intrigue & politics-insights on the Messenger-Silas, being Silas-side characters like Poison, Danny, and Jayden fleshed out- [...]


    2. I really enjoyed the first book in this series, and I couldn't wait to read this one. I liked the main characters and I was excited to see the relationships develop in the second book. Sadly, that is not what happened. If anything most of the relationships seemed stunted. It was extremely frustrating to read. Questions that you are hoping to get answers to in this book don't really get answered. You are just left with more questions for the most part. Despite that, I was mostly enjoying this boo [...]


    3. Book two of a series actually didn't suck! SCORE! SO, I view this one as the New Moon of the series. You know, when the author throws some angst in there, tries to take away the romantic lead Edward, separate the hero and heroine, the heroine Bellameets new people and spends a lot of time with them over the romantic leads, etc. You know the score. That happens here. But we all know how it's gonna end up, so don't let the angst bother you. Embrace it! It's wonderfully over the top and like a soap [...]


    4. Holy shit. I cannot believe that just happened. When I started reading this book I was honestly trying to figure out how this would go. I thought the storyline would be easy enough, typically bad guy/protect the girl stuff and it sort of started that way at first, easy enough with scenes from every girl's not so serious pervy fantasy and the background plot. but noooo it turned out to be a complete and utter mind fuck, especially if your half way through. it'll get you utterly frustrated (especi [...]


    5. Why do I always like the sociopaths? This was the question that haunted my mind throughout the series. Usually I like the reverse harem trope and I cheer for all the guys more or less equally. However, this time I have a major preference for one of the guys and of course it has to be the brooding mass murderer. What surprised me most is that we get character growth. Most of these type of books have almost no character development, especially when it comes to the female lead. Once she falls in lo [...]


    6. After finishing this book I'm almost at a loss for words. Because it was everything I could have hoped for and more.And also because it ripped my heart out a few times and, as if that wasn't enough, shoved it in an incinerator, sending me in a cycle of never ending pain. You don't do that to someone's heart.And now I have a Silas-size hole in said damaged heart, in my aching head, and in my wounded soul. It's a pretty big hole in case you're wondering.Anyway.I'm not gonna lie-- underneath the ex [...]


    7. My thoughts about this book are similar to those of the first book.fer to thisI believe this book was more heavily focused on developing the relationships and characters and roles of the individuals thats the author had previously introduced to us. I enjoyed the same writing style of the author however, I do believe this book included more dark matter as well as melancholy. The writing and world building was ever as confusing beforeSome of my questions were answered however I have new ones now a [...]


    8. ****WARNING - Prepare for GIF overload ****Hey look there, is that a bird, is it a plane or is it yes it is, it's that damn flock of flying pigs!!! this seriously not funny anymore - I think I am being stalked by BaconWell where were we?- yes another 4 stars for a YA book, I know, I know, this is two in a row and it's starting to look like a Black Swan event and a sure sign of the end of the world, but let's not worry about that and concentrate on my review.I must admit I didn't start well, the [...]


    9. So I enjoyed book one of this series but it left a lot of questions unanswered. So when this book came out I jumped at the chance to read it. I'm so frustrated with this book. First it just goes around in circles. She keeps pushing the boys away but I don't even understand why. Then between Weston and her Stalker with no real answers and just confusion. Nobody ever tells her anything. I'mSo confused. Then with memory loss thing. Omg! Sure why don't we just start over again! I'm literally getting [...]


    10. Watercolor Smile picks up right where Charcoal Tears ends and behaves much like another installment of a serial instead of a separate arc of the same tale, expanding upon the things we were teased about in book #1 and revealing some bigger pieces of the puzzle surrounding the antagonizing factors of the story and how all these things are connected.It’s actually kind of hard to write a review about this one without any spoilers, since the book doesn’t want to reveal major plot points even in [...]



    11. The sequel to Charcoal Tears is quite possibly even more fantastical as Seraph grows in her confidence and strange super powers.Along for the ride are some hilarious support characters including Poison and Clarin who provide some comic relief in an otherwise intense story.Meanwhile the mysterious stalker continues to threaten Seraph's new life, and even the four guys fated as her "pairs" are unable to protect her.



    12. Despite leaving her abusive father, and escaping her violent stalker, Seraph's life is only getting more dangerous. She has to hide her powers, and hide her growing connection to the four guys that would do anything to protect her.I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.First of all, let me say that this all comes down to a matter of taste. The book itself is well-written, and I can see why it's popular. It just didn't do it for me.The premise is interesting - Sera [...]



    13. Free copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.I liked the first book so much that I was both excited and wary to read this one. I'm not a big fan of series books, because most of them lose steam for me the further I get into them. That did not happen here, and my excitement for the series actually increased with this second book. Many authors drag their stories out with filler to lengthen them enough to fill several books. I expected at least a little bit of filler here, but [...]


    14. 2 out of 5 starsI'm really not sure what I just read The story felt chaotic and all over the place. I was really hoping that this installment in the Seraph Black series would be better than the first. That most certainly did not happen. While the premise of the series is interesting, the plot and character development seem stunted. Seraph is a fairly interesting leading lady with a decent back story, I just really longed for more. So many things happened in the book that seemed trivial. By the t [...]


    15. Holy shit! So much going on. So many answered questions only to raise so many more.So much hate for so many assholes. So much betrayal. So much fucking love for Silas!So many revenge plots I have in my head.So many emotions right now.So much dreading the wait for number three.






    16. Excuse me as I pen a letter full of feels intended for the cruel author of this here novel.


    17. I take back what I said in my review of the first book! And Ima go edit that booger to include that. I was wrong. I can admit when I'm wrong, I'm a big girl like that. This is NOT AN ACADEMY RIP OFF! I repeat NOT AN ACADEMY RIP OFF!!! This series is leaps and bounds different and infinitely better. The plot is WOW. Sooooo much more thought out and intricate. The twists, the turns; YASSS GOOD STUFF. Seraph is a strong heroine without being obnoxious about it. The guys are so unique and I love the [...]


    18. It would seem that life and its warped sense of humor isn’t finished with Seraph yet, aren’t surviving stalkers, murders and bonding enough to dish out to any teen? The messenger isn’t finished with her, and he is back with wicked poetry, threats and worse, as Seraph’s life continues to be ground up and pulverized like yesterday’s bad fish. The boys are there, but something has happened, as if they have been brainwashed not to believe in her, but why and by whom? Just when she needs al [...]


    19. "Even if I closed my eyes and pretended it was you, it'd be like a cocaine-addict shooting up with water—""Super weird analogy," Cabe interjected.You're still keeping secrets Jane. I think you're worse than the Adairs. I've reread that scene at the cove multiple times now; I even tried looking in between the lines. Then I finished the book and had to go straight back to read it again. I don't know why I'm so hung up on that scene, it's not the most known pivotal event in Watercolour Smile. But [...]


    20. I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.When I read Jane Washington's books, as soon as I sit down and start reading, I immediately get sucked into the world she is writing about, which is a great feeling. I really, really loved this book, even though a few times certain things happened to rip my heart into shreds and just feel horrible for Seph. Which admittedly, I liked, because it made for a better story. I really loved the secondary characters Poison and Clarin, we ge [...]


    21. ★4 Stars★What an unexpected surprise this book was! It’s been so long since I read the first book in this series that I almost forgot it existed. But alas… book two is finally out! And it was AWESOME. Thumbs UPI love reverse harem books (there aren’t enough of them in the world). Seraph and all her guys make for addictive reading, and I’m loving the dynamics that are happening between them all. There were so many unexpected surprises throughout this story! My mind was spinning at all [...]


    22. I bought the last 2 on sale thinking oh I liked this seriesy to realize I had loved it but this love hurts.Have you ever read a series or book that grabs you by the mind, eyes and throat and hurts your heart? Because this one is one for me. Somehow, in order to live a normal life I dampened the first book in my memory. This one brought it all back!This series gets more dark and more in depth on how the pairs are trying to cope with having Seph need space and how Seph is coping with 4 very domina [...]


    23. I'm so excited for this book, I'm having trouble containing myself.Edit: Okay, I promised Jane a review when she oh-so-graciously gave me a copy back in February. The problem? This book makes me feel so much. You know those really killer ones that bring out those emotions even your grandmother's funeral didn't? (Or maybe I was just a heartless 10 year old.)I had to put it down. The book-addict who will stay up until four AM to finish a book had to PUT IT DOWN.Let me start by saying I'm about hal [...]


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