Bibliophile's Retreat

Bookish Musings, Banter & More

~Mailbox Monday~

Marcia at The Printed Page hosts this each Monday. Check out Marcia’s posts for more info and to read what other participants are saying plus leave your own links for the current week.

Slow week but that gives me more time to dig through books I haven’t gotten to yet. Reviews will go up as I get to the books. In the meantime click bookcovers or titles to read more. Don’t forget to check out author sites too.

A Stranger’s Wish (Amish Farm Trilogy #1) by Gayle Roper
Harvest House (February 1, 2010)
Thanks to Harvest House for a review copy.
(ISBN#9780736925860, 224pp, $10.99)

Asking For Trouble (London Confidential #1) by Sandra Byrd
Tyndale House (March 4, 2010)
Thanks to Tyndale House for a Review Copy.
(ISBN#9781414325972, 272pp, $6.99)


7 comments on “~Mailbox Monday~

  1. bermudaonion (Kathy)
    March 15, 2010

    Enjoy your new treasures! They both look good.

  2. Yvonne
    March 15, 2010

    They look good. Enjoy!

  3. isn’t mailbox monday just addicting…makes you want so many more books. Happy reading.

  4. Alayne
    March 15, 2010

    I definitely think a slow week can be a blessing in disguise. Happy reading! My mailbox is at The Crowded Leaf.

  5. Beth(bookaholicmom)
    March 15, 2010

    I find myself enjoying the slow weeks as my tbr piles get larger and larger. Both of your books look like great reads! Enjoy them both!

  6. Callista
    March 15, 2010

    Slow weeks are good, to play catch up. I was doing good not requesting/accepting too many books but then I got a bunch of offers and it started again LOL. My IMM is up.

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