Friday, January 28, 2022

What's in the (e)mail...plus a (print) book giveaway

Melissa:

Once Upon a K-Prom by Kat Cho from Disney (NetGalley)
The Dachshund Wears Prada by Stefanie London from Harlequin (print)
Influenced Love by Shellee Marie from Lola's Blog Tours (e-book)
The Life You Left Behind by Debbie Howells from Rachel's Random Resources (NetGalley)
The Spanish Love Deception by Elena Armas from Atria (NetGalley)
Asking for a Friend by Andi Osho from Harper360 (print)
A Brush with Love
by Mazey Eddings from St. Martin's Press (NetGalley)
Sadie on a Plate by Amanda Elliot from Berkley (NetGalley)
Crazy To Leave You by Marilyn Simon Rothstein from Lake Union (NetGalley)
How to Love Your Neighbor by Sophie Sullivan from St. Martin's Press (print)
Room and Board by Miriam Parker from Dutton (NetGalley)
The No-Show by Beth O'Leary from Berkley (NetGalley)
Shmutz by Felicia Berliner from Atria (NetGalley)
My Wife is Missing by D.J. Palmer from St. Martin's Press (NetGalley)
Mall You Need is Love
by Sarah Robinson from Author Collective 20 (NetGalley)
Reservations for Six by Lindsey Palmer from Wyatt McKenzie (NetGalley)
Watch Out For Her by Samantha Bailey from Simon & Schuster Canada (NetGalley)
Made in Manhattan by Lauren Layne from Gallery (NetGalley)
Jagged Little Pill: The Novel by Eric Smith; Alanis Morissette; Diablo Cody; Glen Ballard from Abrams (NetGalley)
The Wedding Crasher by Mia Sosa from Avon/Harper Voyager (NetGalley)
The Messy Lives of Book People by Phaedra Patrick from Harlequin (NetGalley)
This Golden State by Marit Weisenberg from Flatiron (NetGalley)
When We Let Go by Rochelle B. Weinstein from Lake Union (NetGalley)
Sophie Go's Lonely Hearts Club by Roselle Lim from Berkley (NetGalley)

Sara:
The Core by/from Gloria Foster (e-book)
A Sunrise Over Bali by Sandy Barker from Rachel's Random Resources (NetGalley)
Curfew by Jayne Cowie from Berkley (NetGalley)
Lost Coast Literary by/from Ellie Alexander (e-book)
Murder at the Summer Fete by Victoria Walters from Rachel's Random Resources (e-book)
The Woman With the Map by Jan Casey from Rachel's Random Resources (e-book)

Jami:
How to Find Your Way Home by Katy Regan from Berkley (NetGalley)
One of Us is Dead by Jeneva Rose from SparkPoint (NetGalley)
At Least You Have Your Health by Madi Sinha from Berkley (NetGalley)
The Paris Showroom by Juliet Blackwell from Berkley (NetGalley)
The House Across the Lake by Riley Sager from Dutton (NetGalley)

Marisa:
Girl by Camille Laurens from Other Press (e-book)







What could be in YOUR mail:

How to Love Your Neighbor by Sophie Sullivan

Thanks to St. Martin's Press, we have one copy to give away!

Synopsis:
Interior Design School? Check. Cute house to fix up? Check.

Sexy, grumpy neighbor who is going to get in the way of your plans? Check. Unfortunately.

Grace Travis has it all figured out. In between finishing school and working a million odd jobs, she’ll get her degree and her dream job. Most importantly, she’ll have a place to belong, something her harsh mother could never make. When an opportunity to fix up—and live in—a little house on the beach comes along, Grace is all in. Until her biggest roadblock moves in next door.

Noah Jansen knows how to make a deal. As a real estate developer, he knows when he's found something special. Something he could even call home. Provided he can expand by taking over the house next door--the house with the combative and beautiful woman living in it.

With the rules for being neighborly going out the window, Grace and Noah are in an all-out feud. But sometimes, your nemesis can show you that home is always where the heart is. (Courtesy of Amazon.)

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18 comments:

Toni Laliberte said...

I love my neighbor and friend, Kim. She's a very giving person and I enjoy having dinner with her and playing Yahtzee or cards.

Padmini Rao said...

I am friendly with my neighbors but I wouldn’t call them my friends.

Kelley said...

I know if I need anything they would do what they could to help.

Mary C said...

My neighbor keeps me updated on new exhibits at the museum.

traveler said...

My neighbors are helpful and available.

Mary Preston said...

My neighbor has the cutest dog.

diannekc said...

I have great neighbors, they are like family. They are always there when I need them.

holdenj said...

Their cats! They cone and sun themselves in the yard in spring/summer when I work in to the garden.

bn100 said...

they're friendly

Linda Kish said...

The next door neighbor gave my grandkids bunnies.

Rita Wray said...

My neighbor has two adorable little girls and when they see me they get very excited and wave their little hands.

dstoutholcomb said...

One neighbor is a plumber and he's come to our rescue a few times.

Mary Patricia Bird said...

I have one neighbour who will come running if I ask for help. Can't say much about the rest of them.

Nancy P said...

They respect my space.

Xia Lee said...

Love the cover

Lelandlee said...

Can't wait to read

Nancy said...

I like how kind and helpful our next door neighbors are.


Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

rubynreba said...

They keep an eye on our place when we are gone.