What Happens At Christmas (Millworth Manor #1) by Victoria Alexander – I couldn’t not get this when it was free. I love a lot of Victoria’s other novels.
Making Pretty by Corey Ann Haydu – I’ll be honest, I wanted to read this before I even read the description. Corey’s two previous novels OCD Love Story & Life By Committee were fantastic and I know that this will be great regardless of the topic chosen. I did read the description, though, and it sounds fascinating.
The Secrets Of Attraction by Robin Constantine – I absolutely adored The Promise Of Amazing and I’m eager to read another novel set in that world.
Encore To An Empty Room (Exile #2) by Kevin Emerson – I just finished Exile recently (I haven’t even reviewed it yet) and I loved it. I’m super excited to see where Kevin takes this amazing story.
The Improbable Theory Of Ana & Zak by Brian Katcher – This novel is pitched as The Big Bang Theory meets Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist. I don’t see any possible way that could go wrong.
Made You Up by Francesca Zappia – This has the possibility to end very badly, but it sounds fascinating nonetheless.
Trouble From The Start by Rachel Hawthorne – Contemporary romance with the right level of drama? GIMME!
The Devil In Denim (New York Saints #1) by Melanie Scott – Words cannot express how excited I am about this…and maybe a little nervous. Audible contacted me about doing some audiobook reviews and I’m all for that since I have grown to love them. I’m also incredibly nervous because I’ve never had audiobook notes for my reviews before. Either way, this sounds like a good place to start!
A few weeks back Cambria Hebert resurrected the Teespring campaign for the hoodies in her novel #Nerd. I immediately reserved mine and it came this week. Look how awesome this thing is! And it’s so fucking warm! I wore it all weekend and was never cold!
So I went a little eARC happy this week. Harper Teen updated their Edelweiss catalog and there were too many amazing things to ignore. I feel like I downloaded too many, but I didn’t get all of them, and passed on a few I actually do want to read, but could live without. Sometimes limiting my downloads is more difficult than you can imagine.