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What a stormy week! The weather has been insane here in Ireland. I was left without power for a whole 24 hours -and was so thankful of my e-reader during that time!-and my internet still isn't back to normal. Hopefully the worst of the weather has now passed. It was sunny today, at least!
Here are the books I received for review this week. I'm still on my book buying ban - and I'm sticking to it for another week or two at least! All links lead to Goodreads, so click through for further information on any of the books mentioned here.
Hexed by Michelle Krys (Netgalley)
Going Over by Beth Kephart (Edelweiss)
Hexed sounds like such a fun witchy read and that cover is gorgeous. I've followed Hexed author Michelle Krys on Twitter for a while now and she is a hoot! Really looking forward to this one.
Set in 1980's Berlin, Going Over my Beth Kephart is one that immediately caught my eye when I spotted it on Edelweiss. My blogger friend Heather already read this one and loved it, so I'm hoping for good things!
I hadn't heard of these books before I was offered them for review, but I have to say they sound right up my street: Nazi wives, movie stars and espionage...I can't wait to get started on these!
Searching for Beautiful by Nyrae Dawn (Netgalley)
Wonderland by Stacey D'Erasmo (Netgalley)
I'm on the blog tour for Deeper in March - I'll have giveaway copies to offer too, so stay tuned! I've read a lot of good reviews for this one already. Not a huge fan of the UK cover, but it's what's inside that counts!
I had high hopes for Charade by Nyrae Dawn but I didn't really like it all that much. I'm hoping I'll get on better with Searching for Beautiful. The premise sounds pretty good.
A new Sarra Manning book is always cause for excitement. Arianne will be reviewing The Worst Girlfriend in the World a little closer to release date. Sounds like a very fun read!
I happened upon Wonderland by Stacey D'Erasmo in the Publishers Lunch BEA Buzz Books round-up, read the first chapter and wanted more!
Reading update: I finished Panic by Lauren Oliver and I have to say I was a little bit disappointed in this one. I love Oliver's writing, but sometimes her books just don't work out for me. I never did fall in love with the Delirium series (even though that was also beautifully written) and Panic, despite my high expectations, was just an OK read for me. I'll have a full review ready soon!
Current read: One Night in Winter by Simon Sebag Montefiore.
That's it for this week! Leave your thoughts, links etc. in comments!