Stacking the Shelves #43

Posted May 4, 2013 by Liza in Memes & Features, Stacking the Shelves / 9 Comments

Stacking the Shelves is a meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews in which we feature all the book goodness that we received, borrowed or purchased during the previous week. All links are to Goodreads.

Another busy week comes to an end (sort of…), now the weekend errands and the cleaning begin. *Sigh* Well, as you know I’m not getting too many books lately as BEA is fast approaching 🙂
Purchased (or Free) for Kindle

The Stranger She Married by Donna Hatch – I’m reading this one now, a regency romance (which I love), so far, so good.
Constant Hearts by Donna Hatch – Since the book above was going well, I got this novella by the same author. 

Crushed by Dawn Rae Miller – It just sounded good, right?

Library


Breaking Point by Kristen Simmons – I enjoyed Article 5 and can’t wait to read the sequel.

Rebel Heart by Moira Young – I started this audio book already and I’m loving it!  This is the sequel to Blood Red Road. 

For Review


Grasping at Eternity by Karen Amanda Hooper – This book sounded like a blend of the paranormal  reincarnation and lost love, I couldn’t help myself!  Thanks to Starry Sky and Netgalley.

PODs by Michelle K. Prickett – I love dystopians, and this one sounds awesome.  Thanks to Spencer Hill for the opportunity!

That’s it for me… What’s stacking your shelves this week? Have you read any of these?


Liza
Liza

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9 responses to “Stacking the Shelves #43

  1. Grasping at Eternity looks really nice and interesting. I love the Kindle Freebies. PODs looks interesting. Spencer Hill Press looks interesting.

    Grace

  2. Rebel Heart was quite good 🙂 I like the writing style of the author (it’s pretty unique!) I haven’t read Breaking Point, but I have read Article 5, but honestly don’t remember anything about it. I should probably reread it before getting into Breaking Point.
    My StS

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