Stacking the Shelves (577)

Not a lot of review copies in this stack, but I’ve clearly given in, or leaned in, or both, to my love of the Barker & Llewelyn series and am in the process of collecting the ones I don’t have eARCs of, which is unfortunately most of them. So there’s that. The prettiest cover ‘award’ certainly goes to A Botanist’s Guide to Society and Secrets, but all the covers in that series have been pretty – even if the plants and flowers pictured thereon are of the deadly and poisonous variety.

Normal Women is a book that made my curiosity bump itch, because we all have ideas and beliefs about exactly what roles average, “normal” women played in history, and I’m hoping to learn something of how much of that popular opinion is remotely correct. We’ll see.

For Review:
A Botanist’s Guide to Society and Secrets (Saffron Everleigh #3) by Kate Khavari
The Hero She Needs (Unbroken Heroes #1) by Anna Hackett
Normal Women by Philippa Gregory

Purchased from Amazon/Audible/Etc.:
The Black Hand (Barker & Llewellyn #5) by Will Thomas
Fatal Enquiry (Barker & Llewellyn #6) by Will Thomas
The Hellfire Conspiracy (Barker & Llewellyn #4) by Will Thomas
The Limehouse Text (Barker & Llewellyn #3) by Will Thomas
Murder Your Employer by Rupert Holmes

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14 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (577)

    1. It’s on ALL the best of the year lists, but it turned out to be a ‘Not Right Now’ book for me when I started it. The tone just wasn’t working for me, but Your Reading Mileage May (definitely) Vary. A friend of mine really enjoyed it. You have a good weekend too!
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