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“Description: “Is there ever such a thing as too many books? I don’t think there are too many books to read, but there can definitely be too many to review. Often I’m sent books and, with an already sagging review shelf, these unsolicited books often end being overlooked – I just can’t fit them in to my schedule. Sunday Shout-Out aims to acknowledge these books and the publishers who have sent them to me.“
My review pile is larger than life and growing daily. While I won’t be giving a shout-out to books I refused, (really why would I?), I’d like to give a shout out to some of the books I am close to getting to, within the next month. 🙂
If I gave a shout-out to all the books in my review pile, I’d be here till next week and NO reviewing would get done….
We can’t have that… No, no, no, and no again. 😉
So without further adieu, I’d like to present you with the next five books I have scheduled to review!
1.) Lost in Us is a new adult contemporary romance by Author Layla Hagen, about a woman who deals with her shattered heart by indulging in a rebound.
2.) Lost, by Author Layla Hagen, is a prequel novella to Lost in Us and can be read before or after. It is about a man who numbs his pain with women, booze, car races, fights and then some. His story continues in Lost in Us.
3.) Scared Scriptless, by Author Alison Sweeney is a women’s fiction novel about a script supervisor who hates Hollywood, and refuses to date actors… but her gorgeous new actor is determined to get her to break that rule.
4.) Awakening Foster Kelly, by Author Cara Rosalie Olsen, is a young adult, contemporary romance about a young girl with self esteem problems who must decide if she is worth mending.
5.) The Baby and The Bride, by Author Laura Barnard, is a women’s fiction novel about two women; one facing motherhood, and the other a bride-to-be!
Well, there you have it! I look forward to cracking these books open!
Have you read any of these books yourself??