Friday, October 4, 2019

What's in the mail...plus a giveaway

Melissa A:
The Empty Nest by Sue Watson from Bookouture (e-book via NetGalley)
Extracurricular, Book 2 by/from Josie Brown (e-book)
An Unorthodox Match by Naomi Ragen from St. Martin's Press  (e-book via NetGalley)
The Jetsetters by Amanda Eyre Ward from Ballantine (e-book via NetGalley)
Monarch Manor by/from Maureen Leurck
Let It Snow by Nancy Thayer from Random House
Every Last Drop by/from Sarah Robinson (e-book via NetGalley)
The Puzzle of You by/from Leah Mercer (e-book via NetGalley)

Jami:
Stories We Never Told by Sonja Yoerg from Tall Poppy Writers (e-book via NetGalley)

Sara:
Let It Be Me by Laura Chapman from Lola's Blog Tours (e-book)
Christmas in Chamonix by Sasha Wagstaff from Rachel's Random Resources (e-book)

Becky: 
The Second Life of Nathan Jones by/from David Atkinson


What could be in YOUR mail:

Faithful Lies by Chelly Bosworth.

Chelly has TWO signed copies for some lucky readers!

One solid friendship. Two separate journeys. Can they hold on to their dreams, without falling apart?

Mary Crossfield thinks she has the perfect marriage... until she realizes just how controlling her husband has become. When he demands they start a family to carry on his name, she finds herself torn between the man she loves and the life she truly wants. A desperate search for answers leads her on a challenging path of self-discovery where she uncovers intriguing family secrets, including what really happened to her mother, who vanished when she was an infant.

Smart, beautiful and driven, Lorelei Harper is poised for a fabulous career in New York City. After years of hard work and determination, she's ready to take the Big Apple by storm... just when her best friend Mary needs her the most. As she chooses between friendship and her dreams, Lorelei meets a handsome stranger, and suddenly moving across the country takes on a new allure-- escaping romance before it has a chance to break her heart.

Each at a crossroads, Mary and Lorelei navigate the intricacies of friendship, betrayal, heartache and loss. But can they do it together? Or will their longtime friendship crack under the strain of their trials?

Full of fun, eclectic characters, the intrigue of long-hidden lies, and the searing beauty of true love, Faithful Lies is an immersive beach read that will leave you laughing, crying, and feeling as though you've made a new circle of friends.


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12 comments:

Nancy Payette said...

I would say the lies I have been told are usually broken promises. I never make promises unless I can keep them. I like the 'under promise, over deliver' motto in business & carry that attitude into my personal life.

Rita Wray said...

I am a pretty honest person, I think the last time I lied I made an excuse so I didn't have to attend a party.

bn100 said...

don't lie

Peggy Russo said...

I try really hard not to lie. I hate to be lied to so I feel a responsibility not to lie myself.

Tracy Wirick said...

I white lied to get out of going to a to a family function

Mary Preston said...

I can't remember, I don't usually lie.

Mary C said...

I lied to a friend about her surprise baby shower.

Linda May said...

I am not a person who lies about anything, that I can remember. Thanks for this amazing giveaway.

traveler said...

I do not lie but have been lied to many times by my sister who is deceitful.

Linda Kish said...

I don't lie. My son used to lie to me when he was much younger but, no longer. I can't think of anything specific.

Jessica said...

I tell white lies all the time but can't think of anything specific.

Kelly Rodriguez said...

I try not to lie because I really hate when it’s done to me.