My ninth IMM post - here we go.
Books I received this week.
In The Post:
Deadly Heat - Cynthia Eden
Deadly Lies - Cynthia Eden
I read the first book in the Deadly series a few weeks ago, it was pretty good so I decided to get the other two. You can read my review of Deadly Fear here.
This Side of the Grave - Jeaniene Frost
Read it. Loved it. Reviewed it here.
Falling Under - Gwen Heyes
Infinity - Sherrilyn Kenyon
City of Ashes - Cassandra Clare
City of Glass - Cassandra Clare
As you probably all know the fourth book in the Mortal Instruments series comes out next month, I want to get it and read it along with everyone else. However I have not read the first three, so I decided to join the MI re-read challenge (although it would just be a read challenge for me) which would give me that added incentive to read them all before the end of the month. I bought City of Bones (which I am reading right now) a few years ago so I just had to buy the other two.
Tortall and Other Lands: A Collection of Tales - Tamora Pierce
Raising Demons - Rachel Hawkins
AKA Demonglass to all you non-UK readers. It really needs no explanation
Loved her first novel A Blue So Dark and her second one sounds even better.
At The Shops:
The Book Of Tomorrow - Cecelia Ahern
The Two Pearls of Wisdom - Alison Goodman
I have been working so much lately that haven't actually been out shopping at all this year. But I got out of work early on Monday and took a quick trip into town and of course I couldn't come home without a couple of books.
Dark Mirror - M.J. Putney
Darcy's Voyage (Pride & Prejudice Continues) - Kara Louise
I love Pride and Prejudice stories, whether they be alternatives or continuations or modern re-tellings - I will read them all. This was free on amazon this week so I thought why not.
I know I have a netgalley ban going on but you have to understand it's Kelley Armstrong - one of my all time favourite authors!!! I couldn't resist. And to be honest I didn't think my request would actually be accepted as I am a fairly new blogger and I still get turned down for other books. I got so excited when I got the email though - I can't wait to read it.