Monday, December 12, 2011

What Did I Receive?

This week was a pretty good one; an unexpected delivery and a lot of FREE books for my NOOK. :) What more could I ask for?

For Review:

Courtesy of Harlequin Teen Panel


*Note: The following books were bought on for my NOOK. At the time of my purchase, they were all listed as FREE e-books. This may not be the case anymore. They also may or may not, be FREE on Amazon. The cover links to the BN page, the title links to the Amazon.*

Triple Threat by Jennifer Labrecque

Honor Bound by C.J. Archer

Dance of the Seven Veils by Cris Anson

Bound for the Holidays by Mackenzie McKade

The Courage to Love by Samantha Kane

Dangerous Grounds by Shelli Stevens

The Sin Eater's Promise by Michele Hauf

Love From the Ashes by Denise A. Agnew

The Druid's Daughter by Jean Hart Stewart

The English Heiress by Roberta Gellis


So what did you get in the mail? I hope there was something good, not just junk mail and bills! If there was, please share with us; if not, then tell me if you've read any of these books yourself.


Until Next Time,
*TBQ's Book Palace is a member of both the Amazon and Barnes and Nobles affiliates program. By using the links provided to buy products from either website, I receive a very small percentage of the order. To read my full disclosure on the matter, please see this post!


Blodeuedd said...

Wow, so many good books :D You sure got some nice reading before you.

And I am curious about The goddess test since I always liked Hades

The_Book_Queen said...

Thanks for stopping by, Blodeuedd--I always enjoy your comments! :D

The sad thing is, most of the e-books I bought will probably sit in my NOOK for months due to my TBR mountain! Lol. But at least I have them, and at the time they were free, which is always a bonus, especially when I find them a few months later back up to full price! Good thing I bought them when I did, even if I won't be able to read them for a while.

I had not heard of The Goddess Test before it was sent to me, but I am very anxious to start it---I love any kind of myth retelling, and I'll admit that Hades does intrigue me since we usually know him as the "big bad guy" and sometimes it is not always the whole story about him...

I'll let you know what I think of it when I am done, but I am sure I will enjoy it--and therefore would recommend it to you! :D