Stacking the Shelves (604)

A relatively short stack this week, but still with PLENTY of interesting books on tap! YAY!

The prettiest covers look to be It Takes Two to Torah, Key Lime Sky and A Vengeful King Rises – with an honorable mention for The Hero She Craves.

Ahem. Definitely ahem.

This is a week where it’s damn difficult to decide which are the books I’m most interested in, but it’s a toss-up between Guard the East Flank, The Most Human and A Vengeful King Rises for entirely different reasons. Buchman is returning to the characters of his first military romance series, Night Stalkers. Barnes is taking the research into the Regency era that forms the foundation of her usual romances and turning it to mystery/suspense in the vein of the Sebastian St. Cyr and Wrexford & Sloane series(es). Meanwhile the subtitle of Adam Nimoy’s book about his father Leonard gives this reader at least the impression that the son had as much difficulty reconciling himself with his father’s famous alter ego as the man himself did.

We’ll certainly see in the weeks ahead!

For Review:
The Animal is Chemical by Hadara Bar-Nadav
Becoming Janet by Janet Singer Applefield
Guard the East Flank (Night Stalkers Reload #1) by M.L. Buchman
The Hero She Craves (Unbroken Heroes #3) by Anna Hackett
It Takes Two to Torah by Abigail Pogrebin and Rabbi Dov Linzer
Key Lime Sky by Al Hess
The Most Human by Adam Nimoy (audio and ebook)
A Vengeful King Rises (House of Croft #1) by Sophie Barnes
Who Really Wrote the Bible by William M. Schniedewind

Purchased from Amazon/Audible/Etc.:
Hell for Hire (Tear Down Heaven #1) by Rachel Aaron

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