Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Cover Reveal

Options by Abbi Glines

Expected release date is February 5, 2013

This is the first book in a new trilogy.

About the book:
Two paths.
Two completely different roads.
Each one standing before me.
Each one holding a different destiny.

In life you're just supposed to choose one path.
In life you're not given the chance at choosing one specific future.

Until now.
Until me.

Why am I different? I don't know. But I'm going to see those roads and walk down each one. When it's over I'll know which one to choose because I'll know my - options.

Goodreads page
Abbi Gline's website

I don't know about y'all, but this book looks really good to me! I cannot wait to check it out! And the cover is GORGEOUS!

Sunday, July 29, 2012

In My Mailbox (11)

In my mailbox hosted by The Story Siren is a great way to show people the books you received this week.

For Review:
The Enchanted Truth by Kym Petrie

Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire

Short-Straw Bride by Karen Witemeyer

Charlotte Street by Danny Wallace

Vision by Galen Snowden & Cathy Newcomb

The Lost Stones by Paul Rimmasch

The Cowboy's Sweetheart by Brenda Minton

Gifted (Through R.A.K.):
My Heart for Yours by Jolene B. Perry and Steph Campbell

Loving Summer by Kailin Gow

Saturday, July 28, 2012

Review Copy Cleanup


I am going to be participating in the Review Copy Cleanup in August. It runs all month long, and it will be a great way for me to get through a lot of my review books. I have so many I can barely keep up! But I love it! :) Hopefully this will help. You can sign up here.

Friday, July 27, 2012

Beyond a Beating Heart

Beyond a Beating Heart by Joshua David Snell

Amazon summary:
After an accident sends his friend into a coma, a young protagonist must face the questions of purpose, value, and the nature of life in the shadow of mortality.

My review:
This is a very short story, around 17 pages, but it drew me in from the very beginning. It is a beautiful story about loss and how to deal with it. I think it has the potential to be even better, if Josh were to continue the story and dive deeper into redemption after a loss. It was a very touching story that I would recommend to everyone. I loved the part at the end where the pastor says everything shouldn't go back to normal after a loss.

5 stars

I received this book for free in return for an honest review.

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Something Blue

Something Blue by Dianne Christner

Goodreads summary:
Life is going well for Megan. She’s always wanted to marry a missionary and now she’s working with Chance, a charming and daring missionary pilot. Then Micah Zimmerman moves into her parent’s home as a pastoral candidate for their Conservative Mennonite church—and he doesn’t look anything like the gawky young man who had a crush on her in college. As Megan struggles with her own personal identity and faith, she begins to see the true difference between Chance and Micah. Will her insight come too late, or is there still time to find the hero of her dreams?

My review:
This book was almost frustrating to me. In the beginning, Megan goes back and forth between two different guys. Well that was fine for a while, but then it got a little old. All of a sudden she realizes one of the guys is not right for her, and she quickly forgets about him. It was too much for me. I did not like how she seemed like she was not capable of making decisions for herself. It almost seemed like the author could not think of a better conflict than which guy she should choose.

Halfway through the book, however, things started to get better. I loved the love story in the last quarter of the book, even if it took a while to get there. The conflicts and the plot became much more interesting as well. I almost feel like you could have gotten rid of the first half of this book and still enjoyed it.

I will not be reading this book again, but I am glad that I read it. While it was not the book for me, it may be just right for you. It was not all bad at all, and I recommend looking into it for yourself.

3 stars.

I received this book for free in return for an honest review.

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

The Doorknob Society Book Tour

The Doorknob Society by MJ Fletcher

Goodreads summary:
Chloe Masters’s world changed in a heartbeat - and all she did was touch a doorknob.

When she was young Chloe’s mother vanished. Wracked by feelings of abandonment and anger she lost herself traveling with her father's magic act, where illusions were part of her everyday life. Yet everything changes when they are pursued by a mysterious man in black out to kill her father. Touching a doorknob activates abilities she never knew she had and she finds herself thrust into a world of ancient societies and secrets.

When her father disappears it is a race against time to find answers before she loses what is left of her family. Now Chloe must choose who to trust, the man who will do anything for her or the one she can’t stop thinking about.

My review:
A couple chapters into this book, I was convinced that it was okay, but that I would not love it. I am happy to say I was wrong. I got completely absorbed in this story!

I love all of the action in this book. Action always seems to make books move faster. Especially for me, because I refuse to stop reading until I am at a point where I know everyone is okay.

All of the societies, guilds, etc. were very creative. It was a great idea for a story that kids young and old will enjoy. I know I did. The mystery aspect of the book really kept me interested as well.

I loved the characters and how different they all were. I loved the love triangle (square actually). I felt like it added a lot to a story that otherwise was all just about the action and mystery.

And the end is the perfect cliffhanger! I HAVE to read the second book now!

5 stars

I received this book for free in return for an honest review.

I grasped the knob and twisted it. The feeling that ran through me were amazing; the turn of the world beneath my feet, the dance of the planets through the universe and the taste eternity on my lips as it all opened up and poured through me. I pushed the doorway open and the glow of a portal bathed the kitchen in its welcoming light.
“You did it.” Jess seemed impressed and surprised, her eyebrows arching.
“Noooo!” Gran’s scream startled us both as she came hurtling into the room, crashed into the island and crumbled to the floor. Blood poured from a gash along her hairline. She tried hard to get to her feet but it was no use. She had spent all her energy and finally slumped in defeat to the floor.
Her head lolled to the side and with a terror-filled glare that sent chills up my spine, she whispered, “Run.”

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Free Books

Here are some free kindle books that look really good! Just thought I would share!
The prices may change soon, so look before you buy them, and buy them quickly! :) Happy Reading!

Vision by Galen Snowden and Cathy Newcomb
Texas Whirlwind by Bonnie Blythe
Breaking Twig by Deborah Epperson
Seeing Stars by Vanessa Grant
Golden Lies by Barbara Freethy
Back To U by Kathy Dunnehoff
A Family Affair by Mary Campisi
Tall Tales with Mr. K by Kathy Sattem Rygg
UnEnchanted by Chanda Hahn
If You Can't Stand the Heat by Robin Allen
The Mind Readers by Lori Brighton
Heart of the Wild by Rita Hestand
Chief Cook and Bottle Washer by Rita Hestand
Gods and Kings: Chronicles of the Kings #1 by Lynn Austin
Dodge the Bullet by Christy Hayes
CLOCKWISE by Elle Strauss
Running Wide Open by Lisa Nowak
Eye Candy by Tera Lynn Childs
The Rock Star's Daughter by Caitlyn Duffy
Starfire Angels by Melanie Nilles
Marked by Kim Richardson
Coexist by Julia Crane
Bootscootin' Blahniks by D. D. Scott
Into the Shadows by Karly Kirkpatrick
Love Unlisted by Stephanie Haddad
Paper Roses by Amanda Cabot
Glimpse by Stacey Wallace Benefiel
Parallel by Claudia Lefeve
EXILED by RaShelle Workman
The Billionaire Wins the Game by Melody Anne
To Love Anew by Bonnie Leon
A Hearth in Candlewood by Delia Parr
Dancing in the Moonlight by RaeAnne Thayne
Jenna's Cowboy by Sharon Gillenwater
Meant to Be by Tiffany King
Daughter of Joy by Kathleen Morgan

I am sure there are a lot more out there, but this is all I could find! If y'all know of any more free books that look good, feel free to leave them in the comments. Thanks!! Enjoy!

Disclaimer: I have not read any of these books yet (except for Jenna's Cowboy which is awesome), so I am not recommending them, just providing you with where you can find free books.

Monday, July 23, 2012

The International Kissing Club

The International Kissing Club by Ivy Adams

Goodreads summary:
Piper, Cassidy, Mei, and Izzy have been best friends their whole lives. And they've always agreed on one goal: to get out of tiny Paris, Texas, and see the world. The school's foreign exchange program seems like the perfect escape: Piper will go to the original Paris; Mei will go to China; Cassidy will go to Australia; and Izzy, unable to afford the program, will stay at home. To add spice to their semester away, and to stay connected to their best friends, the girls start The International Kissing Club, a Facebook page where they can anonymously update one another and brag about all the amazing guys they're meeting. After all, these girls are traveling abroad: amazing guys abound at every turn! But sometimes fun, flirty vacation flings turn into more serious romances, and sometimes you don't return from abroad the same person you were. Will the girls' relationships-and their friendships-be able to survive?

My review:
This was such a fun read! I read this book in one sitting. It was so cute that I did not want to put it down. I loved that it told the story through the perspective of the four different girls. Each chapter was a different girl's perspective. I loved hearing about what all was happening to them! My three favorite things about this book:
1. The sweet friendships between these girls
2. The kisses. Oh goodness the kisses ;)
3. I've been to all of these places (Texas, China, Australia, Paris) so I knew what they were experiencing in a sight-seeing sense.
It was very cool, and I really enjoyed reading this book.

The one thing I didn't like was that the book seemed to drag on. Once everyone got back home I felt like the book wouldn't end.

4 stars.

Sunday, July 22, 2012

In My Mailbox (10)

In my mailbox hosted by The Story Siren is a great way to show people the books you received this week.

For Review:
Better Than Chocolate by Sheila Roberts

Altared: The True Story of a She, a He, and How They Both Got Too Worked Up About We by Jake, Emily, Claire, ELI

Shadowland by C.M. Gray

Gifted (Through R.A.K.):
My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick

Friday, July 20, 2012

Pushing the Limits

Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarry

Goodreads summary:
"I won't tell anyone, Echo. I promise." Noah tucked a curl behind my ear. It had been so long since someone touched me like he did. Why did it have to be Noah Hutchins? His dark brown eyes shifted to my covered arms. "You didn't do that-did you? It was done to you?" No one ever asked that question. They stared. They whispered. They laughed. But they never asked.

So wrong for each other...and yet so right.

No one knows what happened the night Echo Emerson went from popular girl with jock boyfriend to gossiped-about outsider with "freaky" scars on her arms. Even Echo can't remember the whole truth of that horrible night. All she knows is that she wants everything to go back to normal. But when Noah Hutchins, the smoking-hot, girl-using loner in the black leather jacket, explodes into her life with his tough attitude and surprising understanding, Echo's world shifts in ways she could never have imagined. They should have nothing in common. And with the secrets they both keep, being together is pretty much impossible.Yet the crazy attraction between them refuses to go away. And Echo has to ask herself just how far they can push the limits and what she'll risk for the one guy who might teach her how to love again.

My review:
I have heard nothing but amazing things about this book, and it totally lived up to all of the hype. At first, I was not sure I wanted to read it. I am usually not into the bad boy thing, but I am so glad I went ahead and read it. This book was so good.

This book deals with a lot of really tough issues. Usually I have a hard time reading books like that, but I could not stop reading this one. It was written in the perfect way, and it completely drew me in. The only thing I did not like about this book was all the language. However, I think that language is normally for people who are going through what these kids had to deal with. The both had to make some really tough choices. This was such an emotional book!

I loved the romance between Noah and Echo. As much as they tried to fight it, it was still there. I really liked that we got to see the soft side of Noah when it came to Echo. It showed that he was not just a crazy bad boy, and I appreciated that. Everyone has a soft side.

This book broke my heart at times. At other times, it made my heart very happy. I don't know what else to say about this book except it was amazing and I totally recommend reading it.

5 stars

I received this book for free in return for an honest review.

My Loving Vigil Keeping

My Loving Vigil Keeping by Carla Kelly

Goodreads summary:
Della's giving up all the comforts of bustling Salt Lake City to teach school in a rural coal mining camp. Little does she know, she may soon be giving up her heart as well. But when tragedy strikes in the Scofield Mine, Della's life will be changed forever. Based on true events, this thrilling new romance from award-winning and bestselling author Carla Kelly is a must-read!

My review:
This was an interesting read. I do not know anything about mining, and I do not agree with the Mormon beliefs, so I learned a lot through this book. This book seemed to be written very well. I loved the emotions in it, and how we got to be a part of their struggles in the story. I do think the story moved a little slow, and then everything happened really fast at the end. That was partly a good thing though, because it gave you a very vivid picture for the setting and the way life was like. I just wish the romance part would have happened a little faster.
The last few chapters of this book are very intense. I was laughing in parts and literally bawling my eyes out in other parts. The ending takes you on an emotional roller coaster that you will want to be a part of.
I do not see myself reading this book again, but I am very glad I read it.

3 stars.

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Forever and a Day

Forever and a Day by Jill Shalvis

Goodreads summary:

Grace never thought she’d be starting her life over from scratch. Losing everything has landed her in Lucky Harbor, working as a dog walker for overwhelmed ER doctor Josh Scott. But the day his nanny fails to show up, Grace goes from caring for Josh’s loveable mutt to caring for his rambunctious kids. Soon Grace is playing house with the sexy single dad…

With so many people depending on him, Josh has no time for anything outside of his clinic and family–until Grace arrives in town. Now this brainy blonde is turning his life inside out and giving a whole new meaning to the phrase “good bedside manner.” Josh and Grace don’t know if what they have can last. But in a town like Lucky Harbor, a lifetime of love starts with just one day…

My review:
This is the sixth book in the Lucky Harbor series for adults, but it is the first one I have read. I loved it, and it can definitely stand on its own. Although after reading this book, I plan to read the whole series. This book went so fast. I kept telling myself I would stop after the next chapter, but then I would get to that point and wouldn't be able to stop reading!

The connection between Grace and Josh was so strong that it leaped off the page. I enjoyed watching them realize they truly cared for each other. And it doesn't hurt that Dr. Josh was super hot. Granted, it's a book so I get to imagine him to look however I want. But he is very attractive.

I enjoyed the relationship Grace began to have with Josh's sister and Josh's son. She really made herself a part of his world simply by caring for the people in his life. She would have done anything to protect them. All in all, I really enjoyed this book and would definitely recommend it.

5 stars

I received this book for free in return for an honest review.

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

The Unwritten Rule

The Unwritten Rule by Elizabeth Scott

Goodreads summary:
He's looking at me like—well, like he wants to look at me. Like he likes what he sees, and he's smiling and his eyes are so blue, even in the faint flow of the porch light they shine, and I nod dumbly, blindly, and then grope for the door handle, telling myself to look away and yet not able to do it.
"Sara," he says, softly, almost hesitantly, and my heart slam-bangs, beating hard, and this is what it's like to want someone you can't have. To want someone you shouldn't even be looking at.

Sarah and Brianna have always been friends, and it's always gone like this: guys talk to Sarah in order to get closer to Brianna. So even though Sarah met Ryan first, she's not surprised that he ends up with Brianna (even though Sarah has a massive crush on him).

The three of them hang out, and Sarah and Ryan's friendship grows until one night an innocent exchange between them leads to a moment that makes Sarah realize that Ryan might be interested in her after all. But if there's one unwritten rule, it's this: you don't mess around with a friend's boyfriend.

So Sarah tries to resist temptation. But with the three of them thrown together more and more, tension builds between Sarah and Ryan, and when they find themselves alone together at one point, they realize they just can't fight how they feel anymore....

My Review:
I could not get enough of this book! I absolutely loved reading it. It felt extremely realistic, like something that could happen to me or someone I know. I loved that the writing was in first person, because I felt like I really got to know Sarah and her feelings.
I thought all of the characters were developed really well, and I enjoyed reading about them as well.
There were a few bad words in the last chapter or two, but other than that this is a pretty clean book.

5 stars

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Teaser Tuesday

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:

• Grab your current read
• Open to a random page
• Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
• BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
• Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!

My Teaser:
"I know this makes me sound really devious, but I try to convince myself deception and scheming are excusable this one time. I'm doing it for girls everywhere, not just for me."
-pg. 61 Babe in Boyland by Jody Gehrman

I just finished this book and am obsessed! Review coming soon!

Monday, July 16, 2012

Sonrise Stable

Sonrise Stable: Rosie and Scamper [Paperback] by Vicki Watson

Amazon summary:
While learning to ride at Sonrise Stable, eight-year-old Rosie dreams of the horse shows she will win with her pony, Jet. Two years later, nothing is exactly the way Rosie planned it-she's riding a new pony, Scamper, and learning that life isn't always easy. But it's as Rosie reaches out to the new girl next door that she truly begins to see that God works all things together for good in our lives. Rosie and Scamper is the first book in the Sonrise Stable series, heartwarming stories of an extended homeschooling family as they live, learn, and love together. Mixing adventure, life lessons, and realistic horse experiences, the series is a must for readers who enjoy family values, Christian faith, and, of course, horses!

My review:
This is a great story for young girls. I can see my younger cousins loving this book. They are obsessed with horses, so this book would be perfect for them.
I love the way the Christian elements were included in this book. It seemed to be done very gently, and in a way kids can understand. I also really liked the sweet friendships in this book. Friendships between the two girls, and friendships between the girls and the horses.
This was a cute book with great lessons for kids!

4 stars

I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

Sunday, July 15, 2012

In My Mailbox (9)

In my mailbox hosted by The Story Siren is a great way to show people the books you received this week.

For Review:
Let's Hear it for Almigal by Wendy Kupfer

A Royal Pain by Megan Mulry

The Scent of Rain by Kristin Billerbeck

Escape to Big Fork Lake by Mary L. Ball

Dancing Naked in Dixie by Lauren Clark

Misfortune Cookie by Michele Gorman

Gifted: (Through R.A.K.)

A Long Way from You by Gwendolyn Heasley

Friday, July 13, 2012

Brush of Angels Wings

Brush of Angel's Wings by Ruth Reid

Goodreads summary:
He doesn't plan to stay Amish. She doesn't have a plan.

Then an angel draws their hearts toward God . . . and each other.

A buggy-racing champion, a hardworking field-hand, and a terrible cook, Rachel Hartzler does not fit her Amish community's standards for an eligible bride. Hurt by their rejection and still grieving the loss of her brother, Rachel is ready for change.

She's not, however, ready for Jordan Engles. Rachel's father hired him to help tend the fields so Rachel can learn to cook and sew, thus increasing her chances of finding a husband. She can't understand why her father doesn't want her help and blames Jordan for trying to replace her beloved brother.

Jordan plans for his time on the Michigan farm to be short. Before his mother passed away, he promised her he'd give her Amish roots a chance. Upon her death, uncertain about what else to do, he came to stay with his Uncle Isaac in Hope Falls. He's curious why his mother left the community she obviously loved. But it doesn't take Jordan long to conclude that the strict lifestyle and the three hour church services are not for him.

But there isn't just human interaction at play. Nathaniel, an angel of God, sees the potential in Jordan and Rachel's hearts from heaven's perspective. His goal is to shepherd them toward the path of healing and love.

When tragedy strikes, then strikes again, this angelic being is sent to guide them toward the healing and abundant life promised in God's Word - if only they will listen.

My review:
This was an awesome book about God's love.
I loved the characters, and how developed they were. We got to know several of the characters very well. The romance between Jordan and Rachel was very sweet. I loved watching it slowly develop.

There was an angel and a demon who were a part of the story. They were both fighting for the spirits of Rachel and Jordan, the two main characters. I loved that we got to read what the angel and demon were doing and saying to each other. It really made the concept of Spiritual warfare a whole lot more real to me. I loved getting to see how Jordan accepted Jesus after he had struggled with that for a while.

There is a twist in the end that had me on the edge of my seat for a little bit! In the end, I was very happy with the book and the way it ended. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who likes Christian fiction.

5 stars

I received this book for free from booksneeze in return for an honest review.

Thursday, July 12, 2012


Click by Lisa Becker

Goodreads summary:
Fast approaching her 30th birthday and finding herself not married, not dating, and without even a prospect or a house full of cats, Renee Greene, the heroine of Click: An Online Love Story, reluctantly joins her best guy pal on a journey to find love online in Los Angeles. The story unfolds through a series of emails between Renee and her best friends (anal-compulsive Mark, the overly-judgmental Ashley and the over-sexed Shelley) as well as the gentlemen suitors she meets online. From the guy who starts every story with "My buddies and I were out drinking one night," to the egotistical "B" celebrity looking for someone to stroke his ego, Renee endures her share of hilarious and heinous cyber dates. Fraught with BCC's, FWD's and inadvertent Reply to All's, readers will root for Renee to "click" with the right man.

My review:
This entire book took place through e-mails. At first it was a little frustrating. It was hard to remember who was the main character and who was talking to who about what. After I got into the book, I didn't really have a problem with it though.
The characters were hilarious, and I enjoyed "getting to know" them. The twist at the end was hilarious! I was definitely not expecting that! It was just what the book needed. I thought the book had seemed really unpredictable up until that point towards the end when I got proved wrong.
This was a hilarious book that I really enjoyed reading! Just know, if you decide to pick this book up, that this is definitely an ADULT book.

4 stars

I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight

The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith

Goodreads summary:
"Who would have guessed that four minutes could change everything?"
Today should be one of the worst days of seventeen-year-old Hadley Sullivan's life. Having missed her flight, she's stuck at JFK airport and late to her father's second wedding, which is taking place in London and involves a soon-to-be stepmother Hadley's never even met. Then she meets the perfect boy in the airport's cramped waiting area. His name is Oliver, he's British, and he's sitting in her row.
A long night on the plane passes in the blink of an eye, and Hadley and Oliver lose track of each other in the airport chaos upon arrival. Can fate intervene to bring them together once more?
Quirks of timing play out in this romantic and cinematic novel about family connections, second chances, and first loves. Set over a twenty-four-hour-period, Hadley and Oliver's story will make you believe that true love finds you when you're least expecting it.

My review:
This book was everything I thought and hoped it would be. It was such a cute love story, and a very creative one at that. A big part of the storyline was about her and her dad. It was done right though. When reading the book, I never got frustrated because I felt like it was talking about her relationship with her dad too much. I don't even know what else to say about this except I absolutely loved it! And who doesn't want to date a cute British guy? ;)

5 stars

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Once Upon a Read-a-Thon Update

This has been a slow read-a-thon for me. I've just been so busy!

Yesterday I read... Sonrise Stable: Rosie and Scamper by Vicki Watson

Today I read... The Castle in the Attic by Elizabeth Winthrop

Tonight I will start... Brush of Angels Wings by Ruth Reid
(This is a change in my goal. I still plan to read Anna and the French Kiss, but this one is for review so I need to finish it first!)

Are any of y'all participating in this read-a-thon? How are you doing so far?

Monday, July 9, 2012

Cover Reveal

Empty Net by Toni Aleo

This is a Contemporary Sports Romance
Title: Empty Net (Assassins #3)
Author: Toni Aleo
Date to be Published: 9/10/12

Definition of an Empty Net: When a team pulls the goalie for an extra attacker, desperately seeking a goal.

Audrey Parker was in a horrible place.
She hated her job, her sister was getting married and moving out, but worst of all, she was in love with a total jerk. No matter what she did, every guy she met hurt her. All she wanted was her happily ever after. Her Prince Charming. Her Lucas Brooks! She didn’t know how to change her life but she knew she needed too.
Feeling like she was about to hit rock bottom, Audrey wakes up next to Tate Odder.

Tate Odder had lost everything.
After being brought up from the Assassins’ farm team, the Florida Rays to the Nashville Assassins, Tate hopes he’ll forget everything he has lost. He doesn’t. Each day gets harder to live in a place he doesn’t know. Even being the first rookie goalie to shut out an opposing team three times during the Lord Stanly Cup Finals, he still felt empty. With the loss of his parents and sister still heavy on his heart, Tate isn’t sure how to live like everything is okay.

But when he wakes up beside Audrey Parker, things start to change. She turns his life upside down with her kooky sense of humor and her bright clothing. She is intelligent and beautiful, and for once, he doesn’t feel empty.
Will Audrey be the person to fill the holes in Tate’s heart, making him whole again?
Or will another player ruin everything, leaving him feeling forever like an empty net?

Here's the Trailer:

Author Bio:
I am a wife, mother, and hopeless romantic.

I have been told I have anger issues, but I think it’s cause of my intense love for hockey!

I am the biggest Shea Weber fan ever, and can be found during hockey season with my nose pressed against the Bridgestone Arena’s glass, watching my Nashville Predators play!

When my nose isn’t pressed against the glass, I enjoy going to my husband and son’s hockey games, my daughters dance competition, hanging with my best friends, taking pictures, and reading the latest romance novel.

I love things that sparkle, I love the color pink, and did I mention I love hockey?

Twitter: tonilovesweber6

Reading Addiction Blog Tours

Saturday, July 7, 2012

In My Mailbox (8)

In my mailbox hosted by The Story Siren is a great way to show people the books you received this week.

For Review:
The Treachery of Beautiful Things by Ruth Frances Long

Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarry

Wooing the Schoolmarm by Dorothy Clark

Sultry with a Twist by Macy Beckett

Teeth by Hannah Moskowitz

Dangerous Waters by Anne Allen

Anew (The Archers of Avalon #1) by Chelsea Fine

Awry (The Archers of Avalon #2) by Chelsea Fine

Love, Inc. by Yvonne Collins, Sandy Rideout

Babe in Boyland by Jody Gehrman

The Total Tragedy of a Girl Named Hamlet by Erin Dionne

What Boys Really Want by Pete Hautman

The Queen of Kentucky by Alecia Whitaker