Stacking the Shelves — November 4th, 2017


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Stacking The Shelves is feature/weekly meme created by Tynga’s Reviews in which you share the books you are adding to your shelves, both physical and virtual. This means you can include books you buy in physical stores or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks!

Curly Carla’s Haul

(All Ebooks unless otherwise specified)

Got It On Sale:


  • Fatal Pursuit (Aegis #3) by Elisabeth Naughton. This was free to me from my kindle for Samsung app. Great app, everyone should get it, one free book a month. Who could pass that up?
  • Beauty and the Mustache: A Philosophical Romance (Winston Brothers #0.5, Knitting in the City #4) by Penny Reid. Now, this one I got on sale for free but the title is a bit misleading. You see, there are two series that kinda sorta intertwine with each other by Miss Reid. While this reads Winston Brothers book 1 in the title, the blurb reads that it is the 4th book in the Knitting in the city series. Which actually makes sense if you are reading both series as I have. At any rate, it can be read as a stand alone if you so choose.
  • Monarch (The War of Princes #3) by A.R. Ivanovich. I snagged up this one and the last one they were on sale for 99 pennies each, in fact at the time I write this, they are still on sale. So if I was you I would go and grab these while you can. The whole series is on sale for 99 cents each!
  • Lastland (The War of Princes #4) by A.R. Ivanovich. Again, got it on sale and it’s still at the sale price!
  • 33 Amazing Recipes for Homemade Brownies by Pamela Kazmierczak. I saw this on my eReaderIQ daily email and figured with baking season approaching I could try some new recipes.
  • Crushing on Cooper (Camp Firefly Falls #3) by Violet Vaughn. The blurb pulled me in.
  • The Black Chapel (Chapel #1) by Marilyn Cruise. I have some guilty pleasure books, fake marriage to billionaires are one of them. Pretty sure this book is still free if you also have a guilty pleasure like me.
  • All of Me (The Bridemaids Club #1) by Leeanna Morgan. The cover is adorable and I could use a feel good love story right about now. Also, I’m pretty sure this is still free.

Lenoreo’s Haul

(All Ebooks unless otherwise specified)

NetGalley ARC Requests Approved:


  • Love on the Tracks (Snow & Ice Games #1) by Tamsen Parker from Swerve (St. Martin’s Press) — releases December 5th, 2017.  An Olympic athlete (and a luger to boot) and a celebrity?  Sign me up!

ARCs from Authors/PR Companies:


  • Jacob’s Ladder: Gabe (Jacob’s Ladder #1) by Katie Ashley from L. Woods PR — releases November 7th, 2017.  I was invited to review this book, and it sounded pretty good, so I figured why not!  I actually just finished reading this one, and it wasn’t my kind of writing…review will be coming soon.  Ah well!
  • After Lucas (Stonegate Series #2) by Tudor Robins — released October 31st, 2017.  I still have to read the first book in this series!!  I’m so behind you guys.  But I’ve truly enjoyed the books I’ve read by this author, so I’m excited to have another!

Preorders That Went Live:


  • Butterfly: A Public Enemy Standalone by Cambria Hebert — released November 3rd, 2017.  I love this author, so it was a no brainer to preorder her newest book…  This one sounds great too, I kind of want to sneak it in right now!

Got It On Sale:


  • Trust by Kylie Scott — I read a NetGalley ARC of Trust this summer, and I LOVED IT (read my review here).  So when I got an eReaderIQ alert that this book was on sale for 99 cents from its usual $4.99, I jumped all over it!  And good thing too, b/c it was only a one day sale.
  • Stage Kissed by Cassie Mae and Kelley Lynn — This book was rereleased on November 1st, with a brand new cover!!  I had the old copy, but I bought this new one too because it’s currently on sale for only 99 cents!  I can’t recommend it enough, read my review here and Curly Carla’s review here.


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