Stacking the Shelves (156)

Stacking the Shelves

This feels like a bigger stack than last week, but the numbers tell me no. It’s not like I NEED any more books! Although…

proper amount of books is n+1

You would think that ereaders would make it more difficult for the cat to interfere, but no. If I have a print book, LaZorra just sits on the book. But when I put my iPad up on the table, she starts rubbing her cheek against the corner until it folds and closes. I love the little witch, but there are times when she can be a little kitty nuisance. Actually, a lot of times. Sometimes I call her the “omninuisance”. As a superpower, its awesomely destructive. Or intrusive. Or all of the above.

I couldn’t resist the Candace Robb book bundle. After becoming reacquainted with her work in The Guilt of Innocents and A Vigil of Spies, I saw this bundle and wondered if I had read them before. Yes and no. I read the first one, A Trust Betrayed a while back. I still have my paperback on the shelves. But it looks like books 2 and 3 were never released in the States. Now I just have to find time to read them!

For Review:
Abigail’s Christmas by Blair McDowell
Anything for You (Blue Heron #5) by Kristan Higgins
Between a Vamp and a Hard Place (Midnight Liaisons #5) by Jessica Sims
Chains of the Heretic (Bloodsounder’s Arc #3) by Jeff Salyards
Fish Stick Fridays (Half Moon Bay #1) by Rhys Ford
Grant Park by Leonard Pitts Jr.
The Lady’s Command (Adventurers Quartet #1) by Stephanie Laurens
Make Me Stay (Hope #5) by Jaci Burton
Noah (Hell Squad #6) by Anna Hackett
Sisi by Allison Pataki

Purchased from Amazon:
A Cruel Courtship (Margaret Kerr #3) by Candace Robb
The Fire in the Flint (Margaret Kerr #2) by Candace Robb
A Trust Betrayed (Margaret Kerr #1) by Candace Robb

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