I need more books like a hole in the head. In my defense, I got an additional 20% off offer from eHarlequin. Factoring in their already 20% discount, that means I got these books at 40% off. I mean, hello?! I got 5 books for around $25 - and a couple of these are trade paperbacks. Can't beat that. Here they are:
McCavett's Bride By Carol Fitch
This is a western Harlequin Historical. 'Nuff said.
The Company You Keep by Angela Henry
A shout-out to KarenS for this one. Remember those racism in publishing surveys she did a while back (and got some flack for I might add)? Well this was one of the authors she profiled. I had never heard of Angela Henry and her mystery series sounds right up my alley. This is book one.
The Wrong Man For Her by Kathryn Shay (Harlequin SuperRomance 1418)
I have yet to read any of her single titles (yes, they're all in the TBR), but I've had nothing but good luck with Shay's category titles. Whenever she has a new SuperRomance out I just buy it, no questions asked.
Never Say Die and Whistleblower by Tess Gerritsen
These are a couple of her older Harlequin Intrigue (yes, romantic suspense) titles that Harlequin reissued in trade paperback. I love Gerritsen's suspense novels and didn't have either of these yet, so snapped it up. I'm thinking I might take this on the plane trip to RWA/Dallas. Two books, one volume = very handy.
Broken by Megan Hart
I know, it's shocking I didn't run out and buy this on the lay down date. My excuse is that I've been buried under review obligations. For those of you not keeping score, I loved her last book Dirty. Adored it to bits.
Scandalous Lovers by Robin Schone
OK, this one I didn't buy. It just showed up in my office one day. It was mailed straight from Kensington Books. No letter, no post card, just the book. So here I am really confused. I mean, I get books/ARCs at work all the time but usually there's some kind of PR letter or something. Plus, this book came out in February. A little late to be sending them out in June. That's when it dawned on me. I had totally forgotten I had entered a contest on their web site. Duh! I won the contest.
And that's it. That's all the book buying I'm even thinking about doing until well after RWA. Seriously, I need to take a reviewing sabbatical and put a dent in the TBR.