Friday, March 15, 2024

What's in the (e)mail

Tomorrow is For the Brave by Kelly Bowen from Forever (NetGalley)
The Funeral Ladies of Ellerie County by Claire Swinarski from Avon (NetGalley)
After the Rain by Laila Ibrahim from Storm Publishing (NetGalley)
Prime Time Romance by Kate Robb from Random House (NetGalley)
Finding Mr. Write by Kelley Armstrong from Forever (NetGalley)
Clickbait by Holly Baxter from Harper Perennial (NetGalley)
Shred Sisters by Betsy Lerner from Grove Atlantic (NetGalley)
Summers at the Saint by Mary Kay Andrews from St. Martin's Press (print)
Definitely Better Now by Ava Robinson from Harlequin (NetGalley)
Behind Every Good Man by Sara Goodman Confino from Lake Union (NetGalley)
\Cursed Boys and Broken Hearts by Adam Sass from Penguin (NetGalley)
Barely Even Friends by Mae Bennett from Alcove Press (NetGalley)
Honey by Isabel Banta from Celadon (print)
Flirty Little Secret by Jessica Lepe from Forever (NetGalley)
Boss Lady by Alli Frank and Asha Youmans from Over the River PR (print)
You Had Me at Happy Hour by Timothy Janovsky from Harlequin (NetGalley)
Enemies to Lovers by Laura Jane Williams from Putnam (print)
The Plus One by S.C. Lalli from William Morrow (print-won from Goodreads)

It Had to Be You by Eliza Jane Brazier from Berkley (NetGalley)
The Backup Princess by/from Kate O'Keeffe (ebook)
The Suite Life by Portia MacIntosh from Rachel's Random Resources (NetGalley)

Plays Well with Others by Sophie Brickman from William Morrow (NetGalley)
Honeycomb by S.B. Caves from Kaye Publicity (NetGalley)
The Hollywood Assistant by May Cobb from Berkley (NetGalley)
Dear Hanna by Zoje Stage from Over the River PR (NetGalley)

People Will Talk by Kieran Scott from Gallery (print)
Summer Fridays by Suzanne Rindell from Dutton (print)
This Used to Be Us by Renee Carlino from BookSparks (print)
You Will Never Be Me by Jesse Q. Sutanto from Berkley (NetGalley)

Melissa S:
The Summer Escape by Jill Shalvis from HarperCollins (print)
Dear Dotty by Jaclyn Westlake from HarperCollins

Rules for Second Chances by Maggie North from St. Martin's Press (NetGalley)

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dstoutholcomb said...

Read the netgalley of Summers at the Saint. Interesting twists at the end.

Great book mail.

Addison said...

Thankk you for sharing