Stacking the Shelves (440)

Stacking the Shelves

For this reader, new book covers always give me “bright shiny object” syndrome – the only logical response to which is “grabby hands”. They all look SO PRETTY and I want to read them all RIGHT NOW. Which just isn’t possible – dammitall!

For Review:
Anchored Hearts (Keys to Love #2) by Priscilla Oliveras
Black Girls Must Die Exhausted by Jayne Allen
The Clover Girls by Viola Shipman
The Collector’s Daughter by Gill Paul
The Corpse Flower by Anne Mette Hancock
Death at Greenway by Lori Rader-Day
The Decagon House Murders by Yukito Ayatsuji
The Devil’s Dictionary by Steven Kotler
The End of Men by Christina Sweeney-Baird
Grave Reservations by Cherie Priest
Half Sick of Shadows by Laura Sebastian
Havoc (Miranda Chase NTSB #7) by M.L. Buchman
How to Kidnap the Rich by Rahul Raina
An Invincible Summer (Wyndham Beach #1) by Mariah Stewart
Lady Sunshine by Amy Mason Doan
Light from Uncommon Stars by Ryka Aoki
Local Woman Missing by Mary Kubica
Lola on Fire by Rio Youers
The Mismatch by Sara Jafari
The Moon, the Stars, and Madame Burova by Ruth Hogan
The Most Beautiful Girl in Cuba by Chanel Cleeton
Near the Bone by Christina Henry
Not Your Average Hot Guy by Gwenda Bond
The People We Keep by Allison Larkin
The Queen of the Cicadas by V. Castro
Razorblade Tears by S.A. Cosby
The Sorceress Queen and the Pirate Rogue (Heirs of Magic #2) by Jeffe Kennedy
Slewfoot by Brom
A Spindle Splintered by Alix E. Harrow
The Summer Seekers by Sarah Morgan
The Temple House Vanishing by Rachel Donohue
Ten Things I Hate About the Duke (Difficult Dukes #2) by Loretta Chase

4 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (440)

  1. So many pretty shiny books (lol). I know exactly how you feel. This is an awesome list though – I am so excited to pick out a few must-reads for my Spring TBR pile. I am currently on a domestic thriller/crime/suspense kick. I recently finished “Girl with the Rose Tattoo” by Larry Weiss. I like it a lot because although it’s considered to be a crime fiction thriller I think that it has so many layers to it that it’s hard to stick it in one genre. The book follows Tina, a young 18 year old woman, who finds herself living a life she never imagined. She is stuck with Rob, an abusive partner in a biker gang that treats her like his property. She tries to better herself but it’s hard to do with a partner who belittles you and sabotages your advancements. Tina lives in fear and it isn’t until she’s pregnant that she decides to stand up for herself and keep the baby. Rob kicks her out and she is forced to figure out how to start over, alone. He and his biker gang do not make things easy for Tina and she is lucky to meet her protector/ally/mentor/friend Jenny. As I said there is so much character development and heartfelt moments that really make this feel like a wide range of genres but the surprises along the way and occasional violence brings you back into crime/thriller territory. Hope you will check it out. This is a book that has a lot to offer! (website – If you end up checking it out let me know what you think.

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