In My Mailbox/Mailbox Monday – July 18/19


at The Story Siren

at The Printed Page

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For Review:

All I Ever Wanted by Kristan Higgins (from Julie at FSB)

Georgia’s Kitchen by Jenny Nelson (from Crystal at BookSparks PR)

My buys:

Commuters by Emily Gray Tedrowe

Leaving Unknown by Kerry Reichs

Giveaway win:

The Summer of Skinny Dipping by Amanda Howells (from Book Soulmates and Sourcebooks)

40 thoughts on “In My Mailbox/Mailbox Monday – July 18/19

  1. Great mailbox, Mary. Summer of Skinny DIpping was a good read! Enjoy them all. Have a great week and happy reading.


  2. I love the idea of Skinny Dipping since it’s been terribly humid lately. Will have to find out if you enjoyed this summer read and Kaye gave it a thumbs up.

    Great loot again. Posting mine tomorrow so come on by.
    Until then back to catching up on the latest reviews.

    Have a relaxing sunday.


  3. hi mary! thanks for stopping by our blog. i see you have summer of skinny dipping–my sister really liked that one. and good to know all i ever wanted is a fun read; i’m quite looking forward to reading it now πŸ™‚

    happy reading,


  4. Wow! One book I already knew, and thought sounded interesting, and 3 more I didn’t know about, but like the sounds of.

    Have a great reading week.


  5. I so want to read The Summer of Skinny-Dipping! Thanks for stopping by! I hope you enjoy Dark Lover. The books only get better from there as more of the overall story is fleshed out and you get to know more of the characters.


  6. I keep seeing The Commuters around the blog world. So far the reviews have been pretty good — will look forward to yours.


  7. I have All I Ever Wanted on one of my towering TBR piles…I look forward to seeing what you think of it.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog πŸ™‚


  8. They all look really good! Hope you enjoy them. I like your new site too. I’m looking forward to reading All I Ever Wanted, it does look like it will be fast read.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog :0)


  9. Interesting selection! I havenΒ΄t heard of these books, but Commuters sounds very interesting. Happy reading πŸ™‚


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