Monday, March 30, 2009

Mailbox Monday

I haven't post in the last couple of weeks - between getting ready for vacation and then going away, I just didn't have time. Here's what I received in my mailbox this last two weeks.

Mother to Be by Tanya Michaels
Marrying the Manhattan Millionaire by Jackie Braun
The Heiress’s 2-Week Affair by Marie Ferrarella
Forced Wife, Royal Love-Child by Trish Morey
Criminally Handsome by Cassie Miles
Pregnant By the Playboy Tycoon by Anne Oliver
Hungry Woman in Paris by Josefina Lopez


  1. Nice mailbox week for you :D
    I have heard a lot about Lopez

  2. I love the books you got! Especially Marie Ferrarella is a favorite author of mine :-)

    Anyway, enjoy your books!
    Ny mailbox is also up :-)

  3. That Hungry Woman in Paris looks real good. you got a nice haul to catch up on. Hope you had a wonderful vacation. Enjoy. My mailbox is here

  4. Hungry Woman in Paris looks great! Enjoy your reading!

  5. Can't wait to hear your thoughts on Hungry woman in paris. i've seen some great reviews.

    check out my mailbox:

  6. The Hungry Woman in Paris cover just looks so lucious, doesn't it? Enjoy your haul.

  7. What a fun . . . and steamy. . . mailbox you have!

    Here's my Mailbox! ~ Wendi

  8. I'm about halfway through Hungry Woman in Paris and it is steamy!

  9. Some of those titles (and covers) really make me giggle (because I'm totally immature)! :) My favorite from your list today was... well a toss up between "Forced Wife, Royal Love-Child" and "Pregnant by the Playboy Tycoon." And even though I'm giggling I'm thinking that they sound like fun reads!

  10. Alyce - I know what you mean. Some of the Harlequin and Silhouette books have some really silly titles. They make me laugh too.

  11. Thank you for stopping by the mailbox this week. Enjoy your books! I like the new blog look.


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