Sunday, 4 October 2009

In My Mailbox (3)

In My Mailbox is hosted by Kristi @ The Story Siren.
I'm very excited to be on time this week with my In My Mailbox post! But unfortunately am very much less excited at how little books I got this week!
I only have two to show you!
31 Dream Street by Lisa Jewell is an old one, I picked up at a church sale! So It's not too exciting, but hey isn't every book
worth it :)! My camera's playing up so I'm afraid its not a picture of the actual book, but this is the cover (isn't it pretty!)

It reads - Leah and Toby have lived across the street from one another for years without meeting ... and Leah has been itching to peek behind the front door of Toby's eccentric house, always packed to the rafters with weird and wonderful tenants. When fate finally lets her in, Leah finds that Toby needs her as much as she is surprised to realize she might need him. Sometimes life needs a helping hand and with a sprinkle of romance and their own special magic, Toby and Leah's dreams show the glimmer of a chance of coming true.
Can't wait to get my teeth into it!

And the other one I got this week was one my friend gave to me :) she got it free with a magazine at the start of summer, and since she knows how much I love reading she thought I'd like it!
There's nothing I love more than a free book! So hopefully I'll enjoy this one!

It's called Pillow Talk - by Freya North, I'm not really keen on the cover, but I think this may be due to it being a freebie:

From Amazon - What keeps you up all night? They were high-school sweethearts who hadn't seen each other for seventeen years. And suddenly they're in front of each other - in a tiny sweet shop in the middle of nowhere. Neither can quite believe it. These days, Petra works in London as a jeweller while Arlo has left his rock-and-roll lifestyle for the wilds of North Yorkshire. Out of the blue, their paths have just crossed. But for first love to have a second chance both must put their pasts to bed. However, there are skeletons in Arlo's closet which keep him up at night. And just what is it that causes Petra to sleepwalk?

So that's me for this week! I'll do another post shortly about all the craziness of this week, and I'd quite like to do a getting to know you post, what do you guys think?

Also keep your eyes peeled for my review on Lock & Key - by Sarah Dessen, as I've finished that, and as soon as I have a chance I'll review it!

I hope you're all well :)