Happy Holidays! I hope 2017 was a great year for you!
Here are the books I picked up since last month’s post. The only physical ones I got were from my The Broke and Bookish Secret Santa (you can see all that I got here), but I picked up quite a bit of eBooks. I will be linking this post up to The Deliberate Reader.
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Got as a Gift
Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins
I’ve wanted to read this book forever!
This one is on my Goodreads TBR.
Another one from my Goodreads TBR, and recommended by my secret Santa.
From my Goodreads TBR as well.
This one was one of my secret Santa’s favorites, and she thought I’d enjoy it.
Okay, so all of these were purchased because they somehow ended up on my Amazon wish-list (I use this like a TBR as well), and their price has now been changed to free! I don’t have reasons behind these, since I added them so long ago.
Return to Love by Kristine Kingsley
Amongst the Flames by T.K. Chapin
Across the Ages by RaShelle Workman
Beautiful Entourage by E. L. Todd
Nora Roberts Land by Ava Miles
A Love that Never Tires by Allyson Jeleyne
Emmaline Waters, This Is Your Life by Maggie Bloom
Finding the Way Back by Erin Landy
Bundle of Trouble by Diana Orgain
Forever Fredless by Suzy Turner
Daughters of the Night Sky by Amie Runyan
This may have been an Amazon First book.
Borrowed eBook Through Kindle Unlimited
I loved the first in this series, so I had to pick up the second!
Rough Around the Edges Meets Refined by Rachael Anderson
I loved the first in this series as well! So on to this one, the second in the sereis.
An Embarrasment of Riches by Gerald Hansen
This one caught my eye – there are a couple of lottery themed books I want to read.
Short Adventures of a Loooong Dog by Jessica Neal
The title caught my eye!
Stick in the Mud Meets Spontanaeity by Rachael Anderson
I love this series! Best romance books I’ve read in a while!
Unexpectely Hers by Jamie Beck
These romances take place in a ski town, so they’re perfect for winter.
This is a Novella, which I desperately needed to reach my goal of reading 100 books in 2017. 🙂
Sneezy the Snowman by Maureeen Wright and Stephen Gilpin
This looks adorable. I need to know why the snowman in sneezing!
The Lemonade War by Jacqueline Davis
I needed a quick read to reach my goal of 100 books, so I picked this one up. (Yes, I judged it by the cover.) Thankfully, I wasn’t dissappointed!
What’s new on your stack?
What a great haul! Some good winter reading ahead!
Yes! I’m very excited to curl up with some of these books and a cup of cocoa. Thanks for stopping by! 🙂
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