At the beginning of the month, I had to renew my irewards membership. They actually sent me a letter before my trip to tell me how much I saved... 154.01$ Guess it is worth to be a member LOL. Although I know my buying books habit has changed a lot this year... I still renewed it and we'll see next year.
Here is what I got this week...
In the mail:
13 by Kelley Armstrong - Yay!! Final book of the series - for now. I'm excited to read this one... I just don't know if I should go back and read what I missed, LOL. Probably, right?
Haven by Kay Hooper - I'm reading this one right now. I'm just sooo happy Ms Hooper has finally released a new book! It's been two years and I needed my fix! LOL.
All Seeing Eye by Rob Thurman - This is a new UF series by Ms Thurman. I've really enjoyed her Cal Leandros series and I like her writing in general. I think this is going to be a bit similar to Ms Hooper's FBI SCU series in the sense that the main character is psychic... Looking forward to reading it :)
At the bookstores:
The Care and Feeding of Stray Vampires by Molly Harper - I love the Jane Jamison series by Ms Harper. I'm not as fond of vampires as werewolves, but Ms Harper makes them fun :) I do hope this spin-off series is not too similar though.
Almost a Scandal by Elizabeth Essex - This book features one of my favorite themes, the cross-dressing heroine :) I think this is Ms Essex' debut novel, so hopefully, it'll be a solid effort :)
The Secret Mistress by Mary Balogh - Massmarket paperback release of The Secret Mistress. This book is connected to More Than a Mistress which I read and loved. Angeline does appear in that book and she was such a character and I was curious about her romance with Edward, so was very happy when I found out that Ms Balogh has decided to re-visit those characters :)
A Woman Made for Pleasure by Michele Sinclair - I've read a book by Ms Sinclair and enjoyed it, but have not been keeping up with her. I have to admit the reason why I picked up this one was the cover was so striking. Hopefully, the story will be good :)
Wild Texas Rose by Jodi Thomas - I don't love Ms Thomas' western romances as much as her contemporary ones, but this is Duck's book! I definitively want to read his romance! :)
A Lady Can Never be Too Curious by Mary Wine - Well kudos to Kensington for coming up with great covers. I have no idea what the story is about and I've never read Ms Wine, although I'm pretty sure she mostly writes historical... It'll be an interesting book to read!
Pretty good haul right? LOL, if it was an Olympic discipline, I'm sure I would medal :P