Mailbox Monday #45

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We’re having some hot weather here, skipping spring and going straight to summer. I have a little cold of all things, maybe because of the weather change. Here’s hoping this week is less stressful and crazy than last week.

Books, E-Books & Audiobooks for review:

Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe (Audiobook) by Benjamin Alire Sáenz, read by Lin-Manuel Miranda. 2013 Printz Honor, a coming of age story of friendship that looks wonderful.

A Spear of Summer Grass  by Deanna Raybourn – Set in Kenya in the 20s, Delilah is exiled from Paris until her scandal dies down.

The Week Before the Wedding by Beth Kendrick – A romantic comedy about a bride-to-be whose ex-husband shows up before the wedding, complicating matters.

Game. Set. Match. by Jennifer Iacopelli – A New Adult sports romance that takes place at a tennis academy.

inhale, exhale by Sarah M. Ross – I shared a steamy excerpt from this book a little while ago. A summery new adult romance.

Viral Nation by Shaunta Grimes – The first book in a new post-apocalyptic series. Look at that dog on the cover!

The Truth About You & Me by Amanda Grace – A forbidden romance teacher/student book. Amanda Grace=Mandy Hubbard.

Teardrop by Lauren Kate – A new supernatural book from the author of the Fallen series.

Turn Around Bright Eyes: The Rituals of Love and Karaoke by Rob Sheffield – Music bio by the author of Love is a mix tape and Talking to Girls about Duran Duran.


Unraveling by Elizabeth Norris – This was a kindle daily deal, and you know I can’t resist those.

Second Chance by Katie Kacvinsky – Sequel to First Comes Love, which I finished today.

Die for Her by Amy Plum – Revenants novella about Jules.

In the Stillness by Andrea Randall – This book sounds emotional and intense and has been getting some good reviews.

Let me know what you’re reading in the comments. Have a good week!


14 thoughts on “Mailbox Monday #45

  1. BermudaOnion says:

    Those will keep you busy for a while! Turn Around Bright Eyes intrigues me.

  2. Tammy Sparks says:

    Great books, Lucy! I’m supposed to be getting Viral Nation soon, and I’m going to be on her blog tour. Can’t wait! Game Set Match looks like a lot of fun. Enjoy:)

  3. Mari says:

    You got a lot this week! Enjoy.

  4. kay says:

    Die for her was cute! A good way to refresh your memory before losing the last book. I’m curious about Viral nation, I hadn’t heard about it before. Enjoy your new books!

  5. Mary says:

    I think A Spear of Summer Grass sounds good. Enjoy!

  6. They all look great! I like the look of the Deanna Raybourn, I’m into those sorts of books at the moment.

  7. Wow! What a nice selection of books…hope you enjoy them all. And thanks for visiting my blog.

  8. Wait wait wait! There’s a novella out about Jules? When did this happen? Thank the reading gods for you! Without you I’d miss so much! 🙂 thanks for the heads up!

  9. Quinn says:

    I have Unraveling from the library and I’ve heard it’s really good. I’m excited to read it. Enjoy all your goodies and happy reading 🙂

  10. Candice says:

    I’ve been wanting to read Unraveling! Hope you enjoy it. Also, a new book by Lauren Kate? Hooray!!! Loved the Fallen series!

  11. A Spear Of Summer Grass caught my eye, a great mailbox .

  12. Elizabeth says:

    Wow…what a mailbox. ENJOY!!

    I just got back in town so I am late in visiting everyone’s Mailbox Monday posts.

    Silver’s Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday

  13. fishgirl182 says:

    you got a ton of books this week! viral nation looks really interesting. i am always interested in those kinds of stories plus is sounds like it could have biological stuff, which i love. i can’t resist a good kindle daily deal either. i think i missed unraveling sadly. oh well next time. hope you are having a good week, lucy!

  14. Leslie says:

    Wow, nice assortment this week. Most of them are new titles for me.

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