is a gathering place for readers to share the books that
came into their house last week and explore great book blogs.
Warning: Mailbox Monday can lead to envy, toppling TBR piles and humongous wish lists.
June Host is: Bellezza @ Dolce Bellezza
|cover images via netgalley.com|
We discuss the books that we've read
and what we're planning to read for the week.
Read and talked about last week:
From Notting Hill with Love..... Actually- adorable!! I ordered two more books by this author!
Ceremony in Death (audio)- this series still delivers and the narrator is fantastic!
Bookish Thoughts to share this week:
The Last Camellia by Sarah Jio
Halfway to the Grave (audio) by Jeanine Frost
I finished Entwined with You in less than two days. Story still kept me interested and the sex was HOT, HOT, HOT! Currently reading It Had to Be You and liking it so far!
All of those books look perfect for you!ReplyDelete
I agree with the pleasing quality of those summery covers in your first photo. I have From Notting Hill...Love. Actually as well as The Firebird. Not sure when I'll open them, but you've reminded me to get busy!ReplyDelete
Have you read Sylvia Day? I have one of her books (I think) on my shelf.... Should I pick it up or leave it?ReplyDelete
Looks like I'd better get into Sylvia Day haha. Can't wait for your thoughts this week. Yippee Cat and Bones and of course I want to know about Sarah Jio's latest :)ReplyDelete
I picked Sea Grass Island too, who can resist a gorgeous cover and Karen liked The Newcomer, so I might make a start on that series. Have a fab week and happy, happy reading!!
Don't you love when you find a new author? You get to explore their backlist :) It's fab!ReplyDelete
I love Robyn Carr!!!ReplyDelete
Looks like fun summer reading! I might have to go search for the book, Sea Glass Island....so pretty! Enjoy and relax!ReplyDelete
I just read my first Sherryl Woods book and wasn't impressed... but I finished Robyn Carr's The Newcomer and LOVED LOVED LOVED it ... I have all ready pre-ordered the next two in the series!! :)ReplyDelete
I am reading Firebird right now and it is great :)ReplyDelete
Looks like lovely reading there! Enjoy your new books! :)ReplyDelete
Looks like you got some good ones. EnjoyReplyDelete
I snagged Brenda Novak's book and I'm so tempted by Sea Glass Island because I have the first two in the series. Trouble is, I need to read those yet! Decisions, decisions...ReplyDelete
Those look like great summer reads Staci--enjoyReplyDelete
Looks like some great books for the summer. Enjoy!ReplyDelete
Glad you are having fun with your books!ReplyDelete
I only recently started reading Robyn Carr. I have started with her Virgin River series and am enjoying it very much. Enjoy your books.ReplyDelete
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Great titles and I agree, those first three have very captivating covers. Do you often choose a book by it's cover? I do. Have a great week...you've made me want to try Entwined with You.ReplyDelete
Sea Glass Island looks good. Always Watching is on my shelf. I am not sure what I think about it. I guess I will have to begin it to really find out. :)ReplyDelete
ENJOY your week.
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They sound good, enjoy!ReplyDelete
You're right, they do scream summer!ReplyDelete
Lovely covers on your first three books! enjoy them all.ReplyDelete
Will look forward to your thoughts on the new Sarah Jio. Violets of March was wonderful - exactly the right book at the right time for me. My mom loved it, too.ReplyDelete
You need to get started on all those Agatha Christie books you have in the title picture. But I really came by to say I hope you have a great week.ReplyDelete
They certainly do look good...can.not.resist :) I was actually thinking a summer reads post was in order before long. Just because it is fun to make lists! NetGalley naughtiness has a certain ring to it by the way. LOL! Are you up for focusing on those books in July or August??? Because I NEED it!!!! Desperately!ReplyDelete
They do look like the perfect beach books. Enjoy!ReplyDelete
I joined Paris in July too :)ReplyDelete
I love the covers on Sherryl Woods books. They are always so pretty. I have the Sylvia Day books on audio. Just need some time to listenReplyDelete