Friday, November 3, 2023

What's in the (e) a giveaway

A Sign of Her Own by Sarah Marsh from Park Row (NetGalley)
Chloe Baker's Lost Date by Katie Wicks from Wattpad (NetGalley)
Moms Who Read Romance Novels by/from Jenifer Goldin (ebook)
Tomorrow and Tomorrrow by Lillah Lawson & Lauren Emily Whalen from Sword & Silk (NetGalley)
How You Get the Girl by Anita Kelly from Forever (NetGalley)
One Moment by Becky Hunter from Forever (NetGalley)
The Prospects by KT Hoffman from Dial Press (print)

The Last Days of the Midnight Ramblers by Sarah Tomlinson from BookSparks (NetGalley)
The Midnight Garden by Elaine Roth from MB Communications (NetGalley)
Fuel the Fire by Krista and Becca Ritchie from Berkley (NetGalley)

The Woman in Me by Britney Spears from Gallery (print)

What could be in YOUR mail:

Housemoms by Jen Lancaster

Thanks to Shreve Williams, we have one copy for a lucky reader!

How fast can charity fundraiser CeCe Barclay’s unimpeachable society life come tumbling down?

One minute she’s speaking before Chicago’s glitterati. The next, her financier husband is wanted for embezzlement. Her assets seized and her fall mortifyingly public, CeCe grasps for refuge—and employment—as a sorority housemom at Eli Whitney University, her daughter Hayden’s alma mater.

Tasked with preparing a stately—but in CeCe’s estimation shabby—house for rush, CeCe isn’t the only one navigating a new life. Janelle Smith’s last experience as a housemother was at a Jersey strip club, where she witnessed a mob hit. To keep her safe until trial, WITSEC finds her a new identity and a housemom position on Eli Whitney’s sorority row, where Janelle’s conflict mediation and tolerance for high estrogen levels make her a star employee. For Hayden, a barista at a hopelessly hip off-campus cafĂ©, the goal is to flee everything Barclay: the money, the scandals, and the exasperating family nonsense. What next?

Though CeCe’s not ready to sell her Chanel bag, she’s open to reinvention. Hayden might even admit she needs help in her new independent life. And Janelle’s due for a personal triumph. But big challenges loom between the alabaster columns of Eli Whitney, unexpected and dicey enough to bring them all together—if only to keep them from falling completely apart. (Courtesy of Amazon.)

“Witty and hilarious…Jen Lancaster is like that friend who always says what you’re thinking—just 1,000 times funnier.” 

“The book shines in its emphasis on the power of women having each other’s backs and rooting for one another. This novel is a witty, wild ride and an overall gripping read with unforgettable, wholesome moments.” 

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Annmarie Weeks said...

I went to a very very small womens college. We didn't have sororities...we WERE like a sorority!

Jess R said...

I was not, but had many friends that were and all of the activities were fun that I participated in!

Mary C said...

No sororities at the college I attended.

traveler said...

No sororities.

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N/A Do we even have sororities in Canada?