My Mailbox Monday, Feb 25

So our snowstorm turned into a rainstorm, which I have mixed feelings about: I suppose I'm glad we don't have another foot of snow but all this rain is making everything a slushy, icy mess!  Oh, New England...

Here are my arrivals for the week.  To learn more about a book, click on the title -- it'll open in a new tab/window.

What did you get this week?

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Comments

  1. Ha!!!! We got one of the same this week!!!! But different formats, I bet!

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    1. I bet! (Or maybe...) By the way, how much Starbucks do we need to buy for each other???

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  2. Hi Audra,

    What a fantastic haul you have this week and all of them are new authors to me, except for the book we have in common, 'Dance The Moon Down' by Robert Bartram. I am really looking forward to reading this one.

    I have marked a couple of your other books, 'Grave Consequences' and 'No Turning Back', although to be honest, they all sound good to me, there isn't one there that I wouldn't read.

    Thanks for being a great February host for the meme and have a good week,

    Yvonne.

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  3. Another great mailbox. I'll be curious for your thoughts on the Bergen books. I totally forgot to include Rocamora in my mailbox this week -- I received it, too (now I'm off to edit my post).

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  4. I've heard And Then I Found You is really good!

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  5. Another ground round up of books! I'm in the middle of Wuthering Heights right now, so Wuthering Nights made me chuckle :)

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  6. I really enjoy Patti Callahan Henry's novels so I hope her new one is another good read. Thanks for hosting MM in February!

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  7. Crave Consequences looks really good! Happy reading.

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  8. It really feels like everyone is linking up with The Maid and The Queen this week. I hadn't seen it until tonight, but now I'm really intrigued by it.

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  9. Oh, I really want to read Grave Consequences since I read the first book in this series and really liked it.

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  10. I eyed several of these for review - Enjoy!

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  11. You always have a great selection of books, and Grave Consequences caught my eye. Happy reading!

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  12. Excited to see you have a Joanna Hines title in your collection. I think she is an author that deserves much greater success - I really enjoyed her titles Surface Tension and Improvising Carla and have Angels of the Flood in my TBR pile. Look forward to hearing what you thnk of this title.

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  13. The Wuthering Nights book is one I'd be interested in. Happy reading

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  14. Great books! I like the look of Wuthering Nights too :)

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  15. Nice selection.I read the Rocamora books for a book tour.

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  16. I'm going to be reading the Rocamora books for a blog tour too! What an amazing mailbox!

    Here's what I got:
    http://abookishaffair.blogspot.com/2013/02/mailbox-monday_25.html

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  17. Wuthering Nights? WHY. I don't know, perhaps it's me, but this wave of ~classics with a 50 shades twist~ is getting old. Although I can totally see Heathcliff being into BDSM..

    I'm hoping you enjoy The Maid and the Queen much more than I did! It was one of my very first DNFs. To be honest, I think it was more of an "it's not you, it's me" deal. While there were definitely parts that interested me, it just wasn't the right book for me at the time.

    ..yikes. Enough with the Debbie Downer comments. :) Like always, lovely haul & I cannot wait to read your reviews!

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  18. A nice mix of some good titles, enjoy!

    http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2013/02/mailbox-monday_25.html

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  19. What an abundance of wonderful literature! I was asked to review Zarumba, too, and it sounds quite compelling. Glad to see it in your stack.

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  20. Wow...what a great mailbox.

    I like the looks of GRAVE CONSEQUENCES. :)

    ENJOY!!!

    Elizabeth
    Silver's Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday

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  21. All of these are new to me! Where have I been that I have not heard of these books? I am interested in a lot of them, and will have to see if my library list grows longer after you review them!

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  22. Rain is better than snow... at least once the snow's cleared. Loving the cover of And Then I Found You! Just one for me this week, and plenty else to read so it's all good.

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  23. Oooh, Margaret Fuller: A New American Life looks awesome. Fuller is a figure unknown to me, and it sounds like I really need to change that!

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  24. Wuthering Nights: NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

    That is all.

    X_X

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  25. Great mailbox! I got The Maid and the Queen too and I'm looking forward to your review.

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  26. You always have an amazing mailbox. Enjoy them all. Thanks for hosting.

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