Sunday, 13 June 2010

In My Mailbox #6

In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by The Story Siren.

I bought three books this week. The first is Moonshine by Christina Jones, this sounds like a fun light read.
Moonshine Cleo Moon is starting life over again after a divorce. She lands a job as PA to Lady of the Manor - Mimi - having settled herself in a caravan in the sleepy little village of Lovers' Knot. But the trouble starts when the most beautiful boy in the world - Dylan - turns up on her doorstep drunk one night.



The second book is Remember Me by Margaret Thornton.

Remember Me It is the year 1907. William Moon's heart swells with pride at the achievements of his daughter, Maddy. When, at eleven, she won the talent contest held by the Pierrots on Scarborough beach, William knew it wouldn't be long before she asked to join their touring company. Now that day has come; his talented young daughter has grown into a fine young woman - beautiful, and with a voice so pure it would make angels weep. And William isn't the only man to notice. As Maddy journeys around the north of England with Morgan's Melody Makers, she makes new friends everywhere she goes. Now seventeen, she is eager to take her first steps along the road to love. But, as she is to discover, the course of true love never did run smooth, and her heart is taken on a bumpy ride as she experiences the highs and lows, the rapture and the heartache, of falling in love for the first time. Will her dreams of romance and happy ever after come true?
And finally, Mastered By Love by Stephanie Laurens. I didn't realise until I got home, but this is actually number 8 in a series, which is a bit annoying, but I'm sure it'll still be good on it's own. I absolutely love the cover on this one!


Mastered By Love (Bastion Club, #8)The men of the Bastion Club proved their bravery secretly fighting for their country. Now their leader faces that most dangerous mission of all: finding a bride.

As the mysterious leader of the Bastion Club known as "Dalziel," Royce Varisey, tenth Duke of Wolverstone, served his country for decades, facing dangers untold. But as the holder of one of England's most august noble titles, he must now take on that gravest duty of all: marriage.
Yet the young ladies the grand dames would have him consider are predictably boring. Far more tempting is his castle's willful and determinedly aloof chatelaine, Minerva Chesterton. Beneath her serene facade lies a woman of smoldering sensuality, one who will fill his days with comfort and his nights with sheer pleasure. Determined to claim her, he embarks on a seduction to prove his mastery over every inch of her body . . . and every piece of her heart.
It's funny how they're all romance type stories, that wasn't intentional. I may have to buy some more books tomorrow because the shop where I bought these from had the whole set of the Morganville Vampire series, and they were 3 for £5, so it's the perfect excuse to give the series a go!

4 comments:

  1. Bookalicious Ramblings13 June 2010 at 17:13

    Wow, I especially love the first two covers and the second book sounds great! Happy reading! :)

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  2. Moonshine looks great! But all these covers are beautiful! The Morganville Vampires are awesome and they are a read-one-after-the-other series (cliffhangers!) so you'll want most, if not all of the books. They're very short and fast reads though so not very time consuming.

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  3. Looks like a great week: Happy Reading! Check out my IMMB if you want here

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  4. such pretty covers. nothing wrong with romance. i like to read them now and then.

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