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In My Mailbox
September 12, 2010 posted by Christina

In My Mailbox #2

In My Mailbox is hosted by Kristi @ The Story Siren, inspired by Alea and explores the contents of our mailbox on a weekly basis.

My pile of books seems to be growing at an alarming rate. It kind of reminds me of this one episode of the muppets where the plate of spaghetti came alive, grew tall and attacked the chef.

Yes, I’m quite convinced my books will come alive and attack me unless I read them.

Well, maybe not but they are mean to me. I try to do my homework and I swear I can hear them calling, “Christiiiiiina….come read us, we’re more fun than that stuff. You know you want to. Reeeeead us, we love you….”

How am I supposed to graduate with that going on?

But I digress….

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For Review:

The Abused Werewolf Rescue Group by Catherine Jinks
Wave Length by Aj Betts
The Evil Within (A Possessions Novel) by Nancy Holder
Gang Lands: Russia by Ross Kemp


I also received The Luxe series by Anna Godbersen, which includes –

The Luxe
Rumours
Envy
Splendor

LOOK AT THOSE COVERS! Those dresses are to die for, I’m very eager to read them. You can check out our reviews of them here – The Luxe, Rumours, Envy and Splendor

Bought:

None this week!

Is there a book you particularly want to see reviewed? Leave a comment to let me know!

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Happy reading!

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5 Comments

  • Great mailbox! I know what you mean about the tempting nature of the TBR stack. I love the title of The Abused Werewolf Rescue Group. That one appeals to me the most. My mailboxes are here and here. Happy reading!

  • I need to read the Deluxe series! Happy reading 😛

  • The covers for The Luxe series are amazing! Thanks for posting pictures! Here is my IMM

    Enjoy!
    Missie, The Unread Reader

  • Ooooh! The Luxe books are beautiful! Those are definitely going on my “to read” list!

  • I know you’ve reviewed Jacyln Moarity’s latest book, but what about the previous ones? They’re really good and aussies definitely need to know!

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