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Hosted this month by
Tassy Morgan's Bluff- unsolicited copy from Plume
Insatiable- review copy from Morrow Paperbacks/HarperColliins
The Sweetness of Tears- review copy from Morrow Paperbacks/HarperCollins
Hosted by Sheila @ One Person's Journey Through a World of Books
We discuss the books that we've read and what we're planning to read for the week.
Read and reviewed last week:The Apothecary's Daughter- great Regency historical fiction
Nerd Do Well- guest post by my son Marc who did a great job!!!!!!!!!
Reviews for this week:
The Girl Who Would Speak for the Dead- Tuesday
Wish You Were Here- Thursday
Six Sentence Saturday- Love On Assignment
On my nightstand:
I agree - Marc did a great job, he needs to review more books!!ReplyDelete
The Sweetness of Tears looks like something I would like. Enjoy your books!
Almost all new titles to me. Something about the cover and title of The Sweetness of Tears intrigues me.ReplyDelete
Looks like you have a full week ahead for you. Hmmm...I wonder what book is on your nightstand!ReplyDelete
I always love to see what you've gotten Staci. I don't see any Mr. Darcy this week - guess you can't always have him! LOLReplyDelete
I like the cover for Tassy Morgan's Bluff. I'm not sure why, I just do. Have a great week!ReplyDelete
What???? A ? with what's on your night stand??? I don't think I have ever seen that from you :):):):):):) The books you got look awesome! :):):):):):):):):):):)ReplyDelete
Enjoy your books! You know, I have not read a single Cabot yetReplyDelete
The Sweetness of Tears sounds really good. Love the cover of Tassy Morgan's Bluff. Happy reading!ReplyDelete
How strange for Cabot to write a vampire title.... curious to read your review but I will pass on this one.ReplyDelete
Oooh, I'm glad to hear you like The Apothecary's Daughter...I have it on my Kindle and may need to bump it up to the top of my to-read list :)ReplyDelete
I loved Marc's review and really want to read Nerd's Do Well because of it. I am also very anxious to read your thoughts on Insatiable. Have a great week!ReplyDelete
marc does do a nice job--he must have learned it from his mother.ReplyDelete
Looks like you got some good books. Hope you enjoy them and have a great week!ReplyDelete
I also received Tassy's Bluff. I was quite surprised. Enjoy your week Pumpkin!ReplyDelete
I enjoyed reading both Insatiable and The Sweetness of Tears. Nice books to get! Happy reading!ReplyDelete
Looks like you got some good books Staci - enjoy! I loved Marc's review!ReplyDelete
I love Meg Cabot. I look forward to seeing what you think of it.ReplyDelete
Tassy Morgan's Bluff sounds like a cute and sweet read. I hope you enjoy all your new books.ReplyDelete
All three sounds good-- I want to know what you think of Insatiable. I generally avoid supernatural/vampire books, but it sounds very intriguing... Enjoy!ReplyDelete
Curious about your thought on The Girl Who Would Speak for he Dead...hope we didn't steer you wrong in choosing this book!ReplyDelete
Hmmmmmm....wonder what's up with your nightstand?? Guess we have to stay tuned! :)
I see you're reading Never Knowing, can't wait to see what you think, I'm dying to read it!ReplyDelete
Looking forward to more of Marc's reviews lol.
Have a great week and happy reading :)
I love the cover of Tassy Morgan's Bluff! I hope you enjoy your books!ReplyDelete
I'm curious about your nightstand!ReplyDelete
It's Tuesday so I am a little late for the party, but I am reading The House of Tomorrow, Across the Universe and If I Stay. A really weird selection of books to read all at once.ReplyDelete