Daisy's Book Haul
This will actually be more of a book SHELF haul than a book haul:
Between the last book haul and now, we moved to a new home and aside from it being a lot bigger, more comfortable and more beautiful, the added bonus is that we now have a spare bedroom solely devoted to my books. WHICH IS AWESOME. Obviously. And I've been happily shelving my books, so except for The Iron King by Maurice Druon, I didn't add physical copies to my library. Which I know have: a library. HOORAY!
Egalleys for review:
-Once Upon a Kiss by Jayne Fresina: I really enjoyed Miss Molly Robbins Designs a Seduction by the same author, and this sounds really entertaining as well!
-The Dark World by Cara Lynn Schultz: So obviously I hit request after I saw the words: centuries-old-battle between warlocks and demons. Duh.
-Played by Liz Fichera: I haven't read Hooked, but I'm curious about this one!
-Good Girls Don't Date Rock Stars by Codi Gary: an old love rekindled! I'm counting on lots of sparks!
-All Lined Up by Cora Carmack: I really enjoyed Losing It, and I need more books set in college!
-Thornbrook Park by Sherri Browning: a disowned widow! A steamy affair! Simmering tensions! All of me says yes to this!
-Mischief by Moonlight by Emily Greenwood: falling in love with your fiancee's best friend is probably never a good idea, but will also probably make for an interesting story.
-The Swap by Megan Shull: a guy and a girl swapping bodies. Come on, you know you want to read this! If it's anything like Freaky Friday, I'll be happy.
-Rites of Passage by Joy Hensley: I always love a good story about a girl in a line of work dominated by men. And there's a secret society involved.
-The Dolls by Kiki Sullivan: intrigue, betrayal and lies: YES PLEASE!
-Feral by Holly Schindler: this sounds both really creepy and fascinating!
-#scandal by Sarah Ockler: SO MUCH EXCITEMENT!! I'm so happy to be participating in a blog tour for this book and it sounds SO GOOD! And I think if anyone can handle something like kissing your best friend's boyfriend, it's Sarah Ockler.