New Books! Woo-hoo!

Hello bookish friends,
It's StS/Sunday Post** time! But first the links of what we posted this week:

Thursday: Leslie's Review: My First Love by Callie West
Wednesday: Book I Covet: Don't You Forget About Me by Kate Karyus Quinn
Monday: Blog Tour Review: Lost in London by Cindy Callaghan + Spooktacular Giveaway Hop

Okay, now for the books...

Lots of great e-ARCs this week. I'm very excited for all of them.
Racing Savannah by Miranda Kenneally
<<Miranda's books are always a treat! Planning on devouring this one very soon.>>
While You're Away by Jessa Holbrook
<<This one is a 6-part serial YA. I'm interested how the reading experience will be with a serial novel.>>
Fireblood by Trisha Wolfe

A Little Too Much by Lisa Desrochers
<<Currently devouring this one.>>
Rome by Jay Crownover
All Fired Up by Kate Meader 

Rush Me by Allison Parr (bought)
Running Back by Allison Parr (e-ARC)
<<I've had my eye on Rush Me for a while so I finally gave in and bought it. When I saw Running Back on Netgalley, I immediately requested it. Looking forward to reading both.>>
Finding Cinderella by Colleen Hoover
<<FREE!! So excited to read about Six.>>

All He Wants by C.C. Gibbs
All He Needs by C.C. Gibbs
<<I avoid 50 Shades-ish books but I read a bunch of reviews on Goodreads about All He Wants and I liked what the readers were saying. When I saw books 1 and 2 on Netgalley I downloaded both.>>

We also got some physical books:
The Princess in the Opal Mask by Jenny Lundquist (for review)
Where'd You Go, Bernadette by Maria Semple (bought)

Faking It by Cora Carmack (won?)
<<I don't know how I ended up with a physical copy of Faking it. I won it I think. But all the same, YAY!!>>
Under The Wide And Starry Sky by Nancy Horan (won)


What new books did you guys get? We wanna see! Leave your STS/Sunday Post link so we can come gush over them.

Happy reading,
Michelle (& Leslie)

**Stacking the Shelves, or STS, is hosted by Tynga's Reviews and Sunday Post is hosted by Kimba at Caffeinated Book Reviewer.

22 comments

  1. Lots of lovely books to gush over there! Finding Savanaah looks so cute! And I've been eyeing up Running Back on NetGalley too. And yay for Finding Cinderella, such a sweet, romantic but emotional read, loved it! Enjoy your haul and happy reading.

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  2. Nice Haul this week. I hope you enjoy Finding Cinderella. :-D Happy Reading.

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  3. While You're Away's cover reminds me of this video : http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=kDo2SiW3JHU - look!

    Awesome haul this week! I'm looking forward to reading Finding Cinderella :)

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  4. Awesome haul! Almost everyone got Faking It this week and I haven't even read Losing It! Thanks for stopping by my blog and happy reading!

    My STS

    Chel @ The Procrastinator's Corner

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  5. Nice haul. Happy reading!

    http://www.itchingforbooks.com/2013/10/stacking-shelves-59.html

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  6. Lots of goodies this week! I just finished Rush Me, I liked it! The MC was a little neurotic but loved the hot NFL quarterback lol. Happy reading

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  7. Oooh Looks like you got some really awesome books!! I've been Dying to check out Ms Parr! I think I'm gonna take the plunge!

    xx!

    My StS

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  8. You got some amazing looking books. Happy reading.

    Jenea @ Books Live Forever's Sunday Post

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  9. You guys always seem to get fantastic books! ;)
    I have Racing Savannah and I'm looking forward to reading that.
    Also, I got A Little Too Much and I'm so happy to hear that you're devouring it! :D
    The Princess in the Opal Mask has such a lovely cover!
    Enjoy your books guys! :D

    Nick - My Haul

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  10. Man you guys made out well this week! You've got some great new reads. The Prince in the Opal Mask is on my TBR list as well! I'll be interested to see what you think!! Happy Reading!!

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  11. Pauline @ Fathomless ReveriesOctober 20, 2013 at 7:12:00 PM PDT

    You guys have awesome books! :) Thanks for dropping by, and happy reading! :D

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  12. I've been seeing a lot of Finding Cinderella :) I hope you enjoy your new books. Thanks for stopping by!

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  13. I saw Running Back on Netgalley too and have been thinking of starting that series too! And you got Hoover's book too, I think we should have a massive read long since everyone seems to of gotten this week lol!

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  14. Oooh awesome haul this week, congrats on your physical copy of Faking It! A pleasant surprise lol. Thanks for stopping by my STS!

    Jeann @ Happy Indulgence

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  15. Fireblood definitely looks like a good book and Under the Wide and Starry Sky seems like one as well (or maybe it's just me and stars, lol). Thanks for stopping by my Sunday Post! :)

    ~Sophia @ Bookwyrming Thoughts

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  16. Becky @ Stories &amp; SweetiesOctober 21, 2013 at 3:00:00 AM PDT

    Great books! I am really excited for Princess of the Opal Mask and man is that cover gorgeous!!

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  17. Great books this week! I really need to read the Carmack series as well as Hoover's new series. I really like the cover for Under the Wide and Starry Sky. I hope you ladies enjoy your new reads and have a great week!

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  18. Look at these beautiful covers. They're covers that I'd be ashamed to be seen with (they'd have book covers in public). Happy reading!

    Thanks for visiting my haul.

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  19. Wow what a great haul! All he wants and All he needs look intriguing, I can't wait to see your review. I'm tempted to go get them from NG, but I'm really trying to control myself...

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  20. Awesome book haul!! I am so jealous you have Rome! :-) I can't wait to read that one. I still need to read A Little Too Far but I've heard good things. Thanks for stopping by my Sunday Post!

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  21. This is a fantastic list of novels and many have been added to my must read list (thank you!). I particularly love YA novels about travel (Lost in London sounds right up my alley!). I recently read a YA thriller that takes place in Prague that I cannot stop talking about. The book, "The Riddle of Prague" is by author Laura DeBruce - it is book one of the three book series (the other novels take place in France and Italy!) http://theriddleofprague.com/about/. The book follows 18 year old Hana Silva on a high speed adventure throughout the city in search for the elixir of immortality. Hana is an intelligent, funny leading lady and she meets many unique and interesting characters along the way. There is murder, kidnapping, alchemy, romance and more; it is extremely addicting! Once you've read the first novel you will be chomping at the bits for the next two!

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