Second last mailbox for the year! Hope people are getting in some reading time this week.
I had a lovely surprise from Parcel Post this week – a huge package from the lovely people of Harlequin, filled with new releases:
Home to Turtle Bay by Marion Lennox is about busy New York obstetrician Jennifer Kelly, who inherits an Australian dairy farm. It’s time to make a quick sale, but both her and her aloof grandmother find it’s not so easy. There are cows, turtles and an overworked doctor to contend with – but isn’t New York their life? I’ve enjoyed Marion’s category romances, so I’m looking forward to this.
The Café by the Bridge by Lily Malone is part of the Chalk Hill series. Taylor is out for Abe – but only to help her brother get justice for a scammer. Abe isn’t having any of it – he’s too morose. Can Taylor help both of them?
The Widow of Ballarat by Darry Fraser is set in Ballarat in 1854. Nell is a new – but not grieving – widow. There is too much going on in her life, such as a handsome bushranger, gold hungry relatives and a father who wants to sell her off. Nell just wants to be safe, but this time she might need some help.
Nature of the Lion by T.M. Clark follows Chloe and her father after escaping to South Africa. But the trouble doesn’t stop there – violence means her friends and family are on the run back to Zimbabwe. With poachers, armies and landmines, the journey will be very dangerous…
Return to Rosalee Station by Mandy Magro revisits Matt and Sarah after their perfect world shatters. Matt flies off the rails and Sarah is left alone. Matt realises that Rosalee Station will be his salvation but could it cost him much more?
If you want to look at other books received this week across the globe, drop by the Mailbox Monday blog for links to everyone’s mailbox goodies.
It’s Monday! What are you reading? is hosted by Book Date. Click on the pictures to read more about the books.
What I Read Last Week:
Didn’t finish anything!
What I’m Reading at the Moment:
Hoping for a surprise read…or just one of the above!