Monday, March 16, 2009

Mailbox Monday

Although last week was an awful week for me because of personal reasons, I did receive many goodies in my mailbox (it kind of feels good to continue things as usual)...

Defenseless by Celeste Marsella
Captive at the Sicilian Billionaire’s Command by Penny Jordan
Secret Baby, Surprise Parents by Liz Fielding
Savas’ Defiant Mistress by Anne McAllister
Bedded for the Spaniard’s Pleasure by Carole Mortimer
Multiples Mystery by Alice Sharpe
Child’s Play by Cindi Myers
Secret Delivery by Delores Fossen
Mistletoe Cinderella by Tanya Michaels


  1. I hope you can lose yourself in your reading. It looks like you have some good ones - steamy!

  2. That is some nice reading you have got there :D

  3. Fun list! Mine is up.

    Hope this week is easier on you.

  4. Wrighty is wright! Steamy looking bunch of books. Nice haul!

  5. I'd like to third Wrighty! It looks steamy in your mailbox!

  6. Lots of fun books! I don't know why you had such a bad week, but I hope that things get better for you this week.

  7. those racy covers should take your mind of the bad things. Happy reading.

    here's mine:

  8. I hope you enjoy your new books, Yvonne! They look like they will help take your mind off of things for a little while.

  9. Oooh! What a great-looking bunch of books! I hope you get to put your feet up and just enjoy them.

  10. Mmmmmmm - some red hot romance?? :)

    Here's my Mailbox! ~ Wendi

  11. Thank you for stopping by the mailbox this week. I hope your week has a taken a turn for the better. Wow your mailbox was steaming this week. Enjoy your books!


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