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This week I added books mostly to my Kindle. Here is what I added:
Wolf Signs by Vivian Arend was a free offering. Because it is a paranormal about werewolves, I snapped it up. It is somewhat unusual because the heroine is deaf.
Spellbent by Lucy A. Snyder got a glowing review on one of the blogs I read. I have been thinking about this one for a while and decided to buy.
Daring Chloe by Laura Jensen Walker was another free offering. "Safe-bookworm Chloe is stepping out of her comfort zone and having the adventure of her life." This sounds rather chick-lit for my usual tastes but also sounds like a quick, light read.
Off the Record by Elizabeth White was another free book. It sounded like an interesting romance.
Talk of the Town by Lisa Wingate was another free book. It also sounds like an interesting, cute chick-lit sort of title.
Into the Mist by Maya Banks was given a good review on a blog I read this past week. Since it is a paranormal about shifters, I decided to buy it.
Into the Lair by Maya Banks is a companion novel to Into the Mist. I like reading books in a series and it was not expensive.
Old Magic by Marianne Curley has also gotten good reviews on blogs I read. It is a YA paranormal with magic.
I So Don't Do Mysteries by Barrie Summy is middle grade mystery with ghosts. I have been hearing about I So Don't Do Spooky and wanted to read this one first.
I couldn't forget to get some print books. Here they are:
The Princess and the Hound by Mette Ivie Harrison is a fairy tale retelling. I really like those and was pleased to find out about them on a blog I read. The Princess and the Bear is coming one of these days too.
Magnificent Desolation: The Long Journey Home from the Moon by Buzz Aldrin is quite a departure for me. I read and own almost no nonfiction. But as a fan of science fiction, I am interested in space exploration and eager to find out what Aldrin has to say.
Shift by Rachel Vincent is the 5th in the Shifters series and an essential pre-order required book for me. I got it and read it in just two days. Now I have the long wait until August for the conclusion of the series.
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