Mailbox Monday (78)
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Once again I did not receive any physical books, which is good for my overcrowded bookshelves! However, I couldn’t pass up on a few e-book deals!
In my (digital) mailbox for review:
Royally Lost by Angie Stanton - A girl falls for a runaway prince while on a vacation to Europe with her family. Looks cute!
The Glass Casket by McCormick Templeman – I’ve read the synopsis a few times and it sounds dark and mysterious, and Grimm fairytale inspired.
Hello, my name is Lucy and I’m a kindle deal addict. These were all in the $1-$4 range:
Tampa by Alissa Nutting - This book has generated a lot of opinions and I’ve been curious to read it for myself. It’s said to be inspired by the Debra LaFave case, and is about a female sexual predator.
Fortune’s Pawn by Rachel Bach - I remember Wendy raved about this book so I was excited to see it on the kindle daily deal list. Looks like an excellent sci-fi read!
NOS4A2 by Joe Hill - Another category that’s out of my comfort zone- Horror! I’ve heard good things about this creepy vampire novel.
The Shining Girls by Lauren Beukes - This one is about a time traveling serial killer, and I remember wanting to read it when it came out last year.
The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion - I have the audiobook but now I can switch off between audio and ebook. It’s described as a hilarious feel good read about a genetics professor looking for love.
The Camelot series by Ruthie Knox – This four-book series is in a new and affordable e-book bundle. I’ve liked what I’ve read by Knox so I’m excited to dig into this contemporary romance series.
Drop Everything Now by Alessandra Thomas - The third book in the Picturing Perfect series, and this installment has been compared to Magic Mike.
Fear of Falling by S.L. Jennings – A (dark) romantic New Adult book about the scars of abuse.
What’s new in your mailbox?
Posted on January 5, 2014, in Mailbox Monday and tagged Alissa Nutting, Books, E-book, Graeme Simsion, Lauren Beukes, Mailbox Monday, Reading, Young-adult fiction. Bookmark the permalink. 23 Comments.