Your weekly round up of all things bookish!
Reviews this week:
- [10 Nov] Guarding Sophie by Julie Brannagh ★★★
- [11 Nov] Designed for Murder by Avery Flynn ★★★★
- [11 Nov] Off Limits by Kelly Jamieson ★★★★
- [12 Nov] Slater's Leverage by Claudia Shelton ★★★
- [12 Nov] Thunder Rolls by Dee Davis ★★★★
- [12 Nov] #Heart by Cambria Hebert ★★★★
- [13 Nov] Incumbent by Joanne Schwehm ★★★★★
- [14 Nov] Set Free by Kelly Collins ★★★
Incumbent was my favorite read this week! Such a great story and it was my first Joanne Schwehm book! I can’t wait for the rest of the series!
#Heart was good and I am super sad to see this series end!
And in case you missed it, check out the #FreebieFriday post! There are some great freebies and awesome sales!
What is coming up next week:
Crush by Kim Karr (Romantic Suspense)
My Soul to Keep by Kennedy Ryan (New Adult)
Licked by Brooke Blaine (Romantic Comedy)
Unlawful Justice by KC Lynn and K Langston (Romantic Suspense)
Knowing Fey by Rachel Storm (Paranormal Romance)
Drakon by Jamie Magee (Paranormal Romance)
Campaigning for Christopher by Katy Regnary (Contemporary Romance)
Compass by Jeanne McDonald (Contemporary Romance)
I can tell you, there are a couple of 5 star reads this week! You will want to add them to your TBR for sure!!
New Releases for November 16-22:
Crush by Kim Karr (#2 in the series; must be read in order)
Tethered Bond by Emma Hart (#3 in the series; must be read in order)
Tricky Twenty Two by Janet Ivanovich (#22 in the series; should be read in order)
Off Limits by Kelly Jamieson
Campaigning for Christopher by Katy Regnary (#4 in the series; stand alone)
Ignite by Kelly Elliott
Hearts of Blue by LH Cosway (#4 in the series; stand alone)
My Brother’s Keeper by Alanea Alder (#5 in series; must be read in order)
What new release are you most excited for?
In other news…
This past week was busy for me! I had parent teacher conferences which makes for a long day at work. Then Thursday I came home from work to find the dogs had knocked down the gate and got into the kitchen and the trash. Sadly, this is not the first time they have done something like this. However, around 1 am that night, they started to get sick. Calleigh (the smaller brown and white dog in the picture) remained very ill and around 11 am Friday I finally called the vet. We took her in and they feared she had an obstruction. After x rays and ultrasounds, they didn’t find anything. So, they kept her on IV fluids and gave lots of meds. We were able to bring her home Friday night. So, Saturday was spent cooking rice for the dogs since its all they are allowed to eat for the weekend. Thankfully, both are just fine now! Sadly, my wallet is NOT! I have 1 more full week of work before Thanksgiving break and I am excited to have time to read more books!! What are you all looking forward to?