Saturday, April 26, 2014


A great feature hosted by Tynga's Reviews where bloggers get to feature the new books they received over the past week.

North of Need (Hearts of the Anemoi, #1)
North of Need  (Hearts of Anemoi #1) by Laura Kaye (paranormal romance)
I love the idea of a snow god and have been intrigued by this book for awhile.

Lord of the Fading Lands (Tairen Soul, #1)
Lord of the Fading Lands (Tairen Soul #1) by C.L. Wilson (fantasy)
I have had a copy of this for awhile, but never got into in paper so I decided to try it in audio.

Interlude in Death (In Death, #12.5)
Interlude in Death (In Death #12.5) by JD Robb (romantic suspense)
Continuing my slow (but enjoyable) jaunt through the In Death series...12 down, 26 to go.

Dangerous Seduction (Nemesis, Unlimited, #2)
Dangerous Seduction (Nemesis Unlimited #2) by Zoe Archer (historical romance)
I loved the first Nemesis book and am ready to see what kind of adventures Zoe Archer comes up with next.

Splintered (Splintered, #1)
Splintered (Splintered #1) by A.G. Howard (YA fantasy)
I've read mixed reviews about this series, but I finally got it from the library so I can make up my own mind.

What I Thought Was True
What I Thought Was True by Huntley Fitzpatrick (YA contemporary)
Fitzpatrick's debut (My Life Next Door) is a favorite so I'm definitely excited to read more of her work.

Daughter of the Blood (The Black Jewels, #1)
Daughter of the Blood (Black Jewels #1) by Anne Bishop (fantasy)
I love Bishop's Others series and wanted to try some of her other work.

The Unexpected Duchess (Playful Brides, #1)
The Unexpected Duchess (Playful Brides #1) by Valerie Bowman (historical romance)
This will be my first Bowman historical and I am excited to try it!  Received from Netgalley.


I READ... 
Poster Boy by Anne Tenino
Betrayal in Death by JD Robb
My Dearest Enemy by Connie Brockway



  1. Yay for new books! I've been looking for something new to read in the romance genre. You said you liked Maya Rhodale, right? Those wallflower books? I will have to try those. Any other recommendations? I love books with a lot of humor, like Julia Quinn and Tessa Dare.

    1. I do really like Maya Rodale...the Wallflowers series is good, but I also enjoy her Writing Girls books. Some other authors you may like are Celeste Bradley, Eloisa James (who I've mentioned), and Courtney Milan. Milan isn't super light, but I think you might enjoy her unique writing style. She has a novella (The Governess Affair) that might give you an idea of what she writes about. Thanks for commenting!

  2. Got to love the historical romances at times. I really enjoy Maya Rodales books a lot. Great haul and have a lovely weekend.

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  3. Looks like some good reads, I hope you enjoy them all!


  4. Nice assortment of books. I love the broad range you choose. I am a big fan of the JD Robb books and can't wait for the next one. I am in the process of buying them for my Kindle and re-reading them as I do. Come see what I got this week at Ms. Martin Teaches Media and Inside of a Dog. Happy reading!

  5. 12 down, 26 to go; what?!? And I thought I had the hard life of catching up on the Stephanie Plum series. The cover of Splintered is so beautiful, but it's description never pulled me in. I hope you like it. As for Anne Bishop, I've been meaning to try one of her books one day. Happy reading!

    Thanks for visiting my haul.

  6. What I Thought Was True is a book that I keep seeing everywhere! :) I need to read one of her books since she gets so many rave reviews! I hope you enjoy this one! :)

    I also like the look of Splintered! IT looks like such an eerie retelling of Alice in Wonderland! :) xx

    Thanks for sharing!

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  7. Splintered and what I thought was true look awesome!!

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