Saturday, March 06, 2010

This Week In Books or I Swear It's Not My Fault *still looks guilty*


One More Skein by Leigh Radford

Borders. I still don't know how to read knitting patterns, but when I do I will be using this book!


Fever Crumb by Phillip Reeve

For review. Not familar with this one, could be interesting.

Too Much Temptation by Lori Foster


To Tame A Dangerous Lord by Nicole Jordan
The Accidental Princess by Michelle Willingham

I go to Walmart like twice a year, but um, I might have to start going their more often for romance novels!


The Family Rescue by Kara Kennox
Jude's Law by Lori Foster
When the Duke Returns by Eloisa James

At Last Comes Love by Mary Balogh

Tangled Up In You by Rachel Gibson

Not Another Bad Date by Rachel Gibson
Delicious by Sherry Thomas

Tempted All Night by Liz Carlyle

Bedded, Or Wedded? Julia James

Library bookstore.... er.

Hunted by P.C. Cast and Kristin Cast
Vintage Veronica by Erica S. Perl

Surprises for review. Haven't read the House of Night novels but you never know!

Noonie's Masterpiece by Lisa Railsback with art by Sarajo Frieden
Proof by Seduction by Courtney Milan

Amazon Vine

To Romance A Charming Rogue by Nicole Jordan


Something About You by Julie James (already read)

After loving her first book of course I had to run right out and get her newest on release day, at Borders of course! I had to pluck it off the shelving cart, it wasn't even shelved yet! LOL!


Pink Slip Party by Cara Lockwood
A Reliable Wife by Robert Goolrick

These are from Amazon, good sale on A Reliable Wife and I just adore the cover of Pink Slip party!


Undercover Wife by Merline Lovelace
Heart of Stone by Diana Palmer
Salzano's Captive Bride by Daphne Clair
The Desert Prince's Proposal by Nicola Marsh
The Last Cowboy Hero by Barbara McMahon
Return of the Warrior by Rebecca York

Her Sheikh Boss by Carol Grace

Motive: Secret Baby by Debra Webb

Solving the Mysterious Stranger by Mallory Kane

Under Suspicion, With Child by Elle James

In The Manor with the Millionaire by Cassie Miles
With the M.D.... at the Altar? by Jessica Andersen

Caitlin's Cowboy by Barbara McMahon
His Bid For A Bride by Carole Mortimer

At the Sicilian Count's Command by Carole Mortimer

The Greek Millionaire's Secret Child by Catherine Spencer

The Sicilian's Ruthless Marriage Revenge by Carole Mortimer

The Midwife's Baby by Fiona McArthur

The Rebel Doctor's Bride by Sarah Morgan

Before you tell me I'm crazy point your gaze at Bookfairy G (and her mom!) this is their doing! ;)


The Wimpy Kid Movie Diary by Jeff Kinney
Never Say Never by Lisa Wingate

For review.

Saturday: nothing


  1. Don't waste your time on the House of Night books. They are so bad, it's not funny.

    Wow, a lot of books!

  2. Oh, wow! I don't know how you're going to choose what to read first!

    Have fun reading :D

  3. LOL I actually really like the House Of Night books. hehe

  4. I agree with Laura about the House of Night books. I tried reading them. Actually made it through a couple of them. But no, they are not good at all. I think too many authors are trying to get rich from their books over this vampire phenomenon.

  5. Hey, would you mind giving Bookfairy G and her mom my address? Just kidding! What a fantastic week!

  6. Holy jackpot of books!

  7. !!!!!!!!!

    I second Laura's comment. DO NOT READ THE HOUSE OF NIGHT BOOKS. They're horrible, horrible.

    I bet you you'll read those when you're in your mid-30's. :P

  8. Holy moley that's a lot of books!

  9. Bermudaonion - sure just send me your address and maybe the book fairy will visit you too! Lol

  10. Anonymous8:16 PM

    Wow. Enjoy all your books. I just read the first House of Night book. It was pretty good.

  11. Whoa, just like whoa o-o Enjoy them!

  12. Losts of books. I agree with Carol and Laura about the House of Night series... I couldn't get past the second book.

  13. k i still don't have any idea who Bookfairy G is... do enlighten me? :)

  14. Sorry book fairies to remain anonymous unless they choose to reveal themselves!

  15. Anonymous11:20 PM

    I couldn't read knitting patterns for a long time too, but then I got a reference knitting book, which explained the abbreviations (among other things)and now I can't believe it took me so long to figure it out. It's amazing how many more things I knit now cause I can read patterns.

  16. You are truly out of control! Seriously, you have enough for a used bookstore, I think. :P

  17. Wow that is a whole lot of books! I wouldn't even know where to start. I'm one of the people that like the House of Night novels, but it really is split down the middle from the people that I know of who've read them.

  18. Oooh, what a fantastic romance haul! I'm proud of you. Sherry Thomas' Delicious was one of my surprise favourites last year—hope you enjoy it!

  19. Oh my goodness, you are gobbling up the romance books eh? And I beleive you, you would never by this many books *shifty eyes* I blame Book Fairy G too for the insane jealousy I am feeling right now, look at all the books! haha

  20. geekreads- Is there a specific book that helped you learn to read patterns? Would love to know the title!

  21. WOW!!!!!!! What a week!

  22. Wow, you sure had a fantastic week! I am currently reading a romance, loving it, and wondering why I don't read more of them. Let me chime in on the "love it" side of the House of Night books. Enjoy! Happy reading!

  23. Wow ... I mean WOW! What a great haul! I hope you enjoy all your books. Have a terrific week.

  24. wow great mailbox! I know the guilty feeling, it starts when I try to find place on my shelves...

    Jennifer @ Mrs. Q: Book Addict

  25. LMAO...we must be kindred. I tell myself each week, that it isn't my fault. Even though I didn't have a big purchase this week, I have had some doozies in the recent past. It really isn't our fault...Here's mine.

  26. Aww thanks Lori! At least you understand me! ;)


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