A Rather Charming Invitation by C.A. Belmond came from Megan at Penguin/NAL.
The third in a series, I have the prior books for this one so I was tickled to be offered this installment. Even better for my readers, I have two copies of this book to give away as well.
The Season of Second Chances by Diane Meier came from Leah and the author.
I love books with academics as characters and this one not only has that, it also focuses on switching colleges, moving into a rickety Victorian home, and leaning to rely on the important people in life. In terms of enticing, this one has already hit it out of the park for me.
The Gin Closet by Leslie Jamison came from Caitlin at Simon and Schuster.
The story of a young woman and her aunt and the family they create together, I suspect this one has a lot to say about appearances and depth. There's something so sophisticatedly appealing about the cover too, don't you think?
Magnolia Wednesdays by Wendy Wax came from Joy at Joan Schulhafer Publishing and Media Consulting.
The tale of an investigative reporter who quits her job, relocates to Atlanta, and writes articles about being an outsider, I can't wait to see where this one goes. We moved to Atlanta (from the north) when I was a freshman in college so I know all about being an outsider there although also being pregnant and examining the subject from the vantage of a ballroom dance studio is a bit outside my realm of experience.
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