Saturday, March 12, 2011

In My Mailbox: 03-12-11






In My Mailbox is a feature that was started over at The Story Siren. Each week we share what we bought, borrowed from the library or received in the mail.

Here is my mailbox. 



From Paper Back Swap:

Midnight Riot by Ben Aaronovitch

For Review:

Surrender the Dark by L A Banks
Virgin by Cheryl Brooks
Demons Prefer Blondes by Sidney Ayers
Hybrid by Brian O'Grady


Thanks to:  Simon & Schuster, Sourcebooks and Meryl L Moss Media

7 comments:

Diana (Book of Secrets) said...

The cat was in your mailbox? Sorry, I couldn't resist! *grins*

I got Surrender the Dark by L A Banks too. I've wanted to read her books for a long time. Her new series is a good place to start!

Michelle Greathouse said...

Diana,

That cat goes wherever she pleases. Bella seems to think she is the boss of the house. LOL

I've read the Vampire Huntress Legend series - and it was pretty good once I got passed the 'slang'. I read the first book in her Crimson Moon series too - but it just fell off my radar. I need to get the rest of them - they are about werewolves.

I hope Surrender the Dark is a keeper. :)

M

Blodeuedd said...

Awwww what a cute cat :D She is lovely

littleredreviewer said...

i've been hearing really good things about Midnight Riot, can't wait to read your review of it!

Michelle Greathouse said...

B,

Thank you. She is 'technically' our daughter's - but it seems like I'm the one feeding the thing. LOL As soon as I put the books down she had to jump on them and sniff. Nosy kitty.

Little RR,

I can't remember where I first saw Midnight Riot - but it sounded pretty good. I can't wait to read it. :)

Thanks for stopping by.

M

Nikki-ann said...

I hope you enjoy Midnight Riot - I read & reviewed it last month (except it's called Rivers of London here in the UK). I'm looking forward to the 2nd book in the series.

Paranormal and Romantic Suspense Reviews said...

Love the cat in the pic!

I enjoyed the Vampire Huntress series and the Werewolf series too!

Hoping this new series is as good as the other two!

Another great mailbox!