I’m not sure this has ever happened before. I absolutely loved everything I reviewed this week. While it probably won’t happen again for a long time, it made for a really fantastic reading week.
It helps that all of this week’s book were by authors I have read and loved before. “To all the books I’ve loved before” fits right in with the theme of Blair McDowell’s book, Romantic Road.
This coming week mixes some old favorites with some newbies, or new-to-mes at least. Baltimore Blues is the first book in Laura Lippman’s Tess Monaghan series. It’s been re-released to coincide with the upcoming 12th book in the series, Hush, Hush. I’ve heard good things about the series, so I decided to dive in.
A- Review: Ryder: American Treasure by Nick Pengelley + Giveaway
A Review: Romantic Road by Blair McDowell
A Review: Through the Static by Jeanette Grey
Guest Post by Jeanette Grey on the Power of What If? + Giveaway
A Review: In the Devil’s Nebula by Anna Hackett
A Review: Phoenix Legacy by Corrina Lawson
Stacking the Shelves (119)
Baltimore Blues (Tess Monaghan #1) by Laura Lippman (blog tour review)
The Chance (Thunder Point #4) by Robin Carr (review)
The Girl With All the Gifts by M.R. Carey (review)
The Marriage Charm (Brides of Bliss County #2) by Linda Lael Miller (blog tour review)
Ghost Phoenix (Phoenix Institute #3) by Corrina Lawson (review)