Friday, June 17, 2022

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

Melissa:
Stuck with Him by Danielle Owen-Jones from Bookouture (NetGalley)
And Then There's Margaret by Carolyn Clarke from Black Rose Writing (NetGalley)
One Last Gift by Emily Stone from Ballantine (NetGalley)
The Manhattan Girls by Gill Paul from William Morrow (NetGalley)
The Ghosts of Paris by Tara Moss from Dutton (NetGalley)
When It Falls Apart by Catherine Bybee from Pitchlit (NetGalley)
Kiss Her Once for Me by Alison Cochrun from Atria (NetGalley)
The It Girl by Ruth Ware from Gallery (NetGalley)
Ship Wrecked by Olivia Dade from Avon (NetGalley)
The Personal Assistant by Kimberly Belle from Park Row (NetGalley)
Sara:
The Baker and the Badge by Tracy Krimmer from Booksprout (ebook)
Dog Friendly by Victoria Schade from Berkley (NetGalley)
Where Wild Peaches Grow by Cade Bentley from Amazon Publishing (NetGalley)
Cop a Plea by/from Hilary Grossman (ebook)
After Everyone Else by Leslie Hooton from Wunderkind PR (ebook)
The Accidental Pinup by Danielle Jackson from Berkley (NetGalley)
The Other Girlfriend by Alex Stone from Rachel's Random Resources (NetGalley)
Scandalized by Ivy Owens from Gallery (NetGalley)
Addicted to You by Krista and Becca Ritchie from Berkley (NetGalley)

Jami:
The Precious Jules by Shawn Nocher from Wunderkind (ebook)
The Second Husband by Kate White from Wunderkind (ebook)
Killers of a Certain Age by Deanna Raybourn from Berkley (NetGalley)





What could be in YOUR mail:

Gilt by Jamie Brenner

Thanks to Putnam, we have FIVE copies to give away!

One perfect diamond is all it takes to divide a family. Could one summer be enough to fix it?
 
The Pavlin family built an empire on love. As the first jewelers to sell diamond rings exclusively for proposals, they started a tradition that has defined engagements ever since. But when an ill-fated publicity stunt pits the three Pavlin sisters against one another for a famous family jewel, their bond is broken. No ordinary diamond ring, the Electric Rose splinters the sisters, leaving one unlucky in love, one escaping to the shores of Cape Cod, and the other, ultimately, dead. 
 
Now, over a decade later, Gemma Maybrook is still reconciling the reality of her mother's death. Left orphaned and cast out by her family after the tragic accident, Gemma is ready to reclaim what should have been hers: the Electric Rose. And, as a budding jewelry designer in her own right, Gemma isn't just planning on recovering her mother's lost memento, she's coming back for everything.
 
From Manhattan’s tony Fifth Avenue to the vibrant sands of Provincetown, Gilt follows the Pavlin women as they are forced to confront the mistakes of the past if they have any hope of finding love and happiness of their own. (Synopsis courtesy of Amazon.)

"I completely lost myself in Brenner’s blissful, heartfelt novel, centered around a family curse and a luscious pink diamond. A joyous story about shifting family dynamics, self-discovery and the power of forgiveness. The perfect summer read." 
—Fiona Davis, New York Times bestselling author of The Magnolia Palace

Gilt is a dazzling page-turner. Family intrigue, sparkling gems, long-buried secrets, juicy twists and turns…what more could you ask for in a novel? Jamie Brenner is my go-to author for my beach bag!” 
–Elyssa Friedland, author of Last Summer at the Golden Hotel

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Giveaway ends June 22nd at midnight EST.

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26 comments:

Mary Patricia Bird said...

Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. They are the best. And Ferrero Rocher.

traveler said...

Smoked Salmon and cream cheese

Nancy said...

Reading cozy mysteries and eating Reese's Peanut Butter Cups are my guilty pleasures.

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

Mary C said...

Walker's shortbread cookies

Cherisse said...

Auntie Anne’s Pretzels and a chocolate milkshake

Mary Preston said...

I don't believe in being guilty over any pleasures.

Anonymous said...

Susieqlaw: lately…chocolate soft serve ice cream

Anonymous said...

Yummy!

holdenj said...

Dark chocolate with caramel.

dstoutholcomb said...

dark chocolate with caramel and sprinkled with sea salt

bn100 said...

chocolate

Anita Yancey said...

Mine is ice cream.

Lindsey said...

Guilty pleasures are chocolate, reading romances, and watching Gilmore Girls

Rita Wray said...

Chocolate

Carl Scott said...

There are certain reality shows I can't stay away from. Guilty? Maybe a little.

Bonnie K. said...

Some guilty pleasures of mine are dark chocolates, lots of reading, and watching some favorite programs on television.

Dianne Casey said...

Dark chocolate

Anonymous said...

Roaming book stores. Jilleen Hays/Seaside Book Nook

Nancy P said...

Spa days

Suzie Rao said...

Mint chocolate chip ice cream is my guilty pleasure

Lelandlee said...

Ice cream

Xia Lee said...

A plate of Bacon

Jeanna said...

A glass of wine!

Anonymous said...

Coffee on my patio

Linda Kish said...

A bowl of ice cream

pippirose said...

My guilty pleasure is pie. Any kind. Berry. Pumpkin. Lemon Meringue.
It's all good.