Mailbox Monday – April 25

 

 

hosted in April at Passages To The Past

I bought:

synopsis from Goodreads:

Carrie McClelland came to Scotland to research her next book. Renting a cottage in the same town where her story takes place, Carrie embarks not only on her novel, but on a romance with her landlord’s handsome son, Graham Keith. When the boundary between past and present begins to blur, Carrie finds herself channeling memories not her own. Pulled deeper and deeper into the memories of the past, Carrie realizes these visions are more than the means to another bestselling novel, but also a way to right the wrongs of the past and create a future with the man whose love is her destiny.

synopsis from Goodreads:

Divorce attorney Harper James can’t catch a break. Bad enough that she runs into her ex-hubby, Nick, at her sister’s destination wedding, but now, by a cruel twist of fate, she’s being forced to make a cross-country road trip with him. And her almost-fiancé back at home is not likely to be sympathetic. Harper can’t help that Nick has come blazing back into her life in all of his frustratingly appealing, gorgeous architect glory. But in Nick’s eyes, Harper’s always been the one. If they can only get it right this time, forever might be waiting — just around the bend.

synopsis from Goodreads:

Inspired by female architect Julia Morgan, this is the riveting tale of a race against time to rebuild two luxury hotels after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake destroyed 400 city blocks and left 250,000 homeless.

Morgan’s fictional protegee Amelia Bradshaw and client J.D. Thayer will sacrifice anything to see the city they love rise from the ashes; in the process, they can’t help but lose their hearts.

What was in your mailbox?

34 thoughts on “Mailbox Monday – April 25

  1. The first and the third book both appeal to me. I’ve heard good things about Ciji Ware’s writing and hope to read one of her books soon.

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  2. Very nice Mailbox my dear Mary 🙂

    Jumped up and down when I saw A Race to Splendor in the package too. Can’t wait to hear what you thought of this one, I loved it and I hope you will too.

    PK

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  3. Some great picks here!

    I haven’t heard of the Winter sea before but it sounds great! I’m off to add it to my wish list, I’m from Scotland and I do like reading books that are set here, and this one does sound interesting.

    Jules

    That’s a lovely photo you have as your banner? Is it yours?

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    • Jules, I’m enjoying The Winter Sea – a lot of history. The photo is mine. It’s a favorite spot in Maine. Thanks for visiting my blog!

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  4. The Winter Sea sounds wonderful and is on my wishlist. I’ve not read Ciji Ware’s books but recently downloaded Cottage by the Sea for my Kindle. Have you read this one? I’ll be looking forward to your reviews.

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  5. I’ve had THE WINTER SEA on my list for a while. I’ve heard such good things about it. The other two look great as well. Enjoy!

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  6. The Winter Sea is FANTASTIC!! I loved it!! I bought the Ware book for my Kindle and can’t wait to get to it sometime! Enjoy your new reads!

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  7. Cottage by the Sea by Ciji Ware was one of my faves so I’m guessing A Race to Splendor will be good also. I hope you enjoy all your new books. Have a great week, Mary!

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  8. My friend read The Winter Sea and said it was wonderful. I have it on my wish list for now but will probably purchase it on my Nook. I have heard A Race to Splendor is good too. Looks like you are in for some very good reading!

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  9. A Race To Splendor sounds interesting and something that I might like. I will be on the look out for your review to see if I should put it on my ever growing tbr bucket list.

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