Stacking the Shelves

Stacking The Shelves is all about sharing the books we are adding to our shelves, whether they be physical or digital. This includes books bought (my wife would say I buy too many), borrowed (a rare occurrence), and received for review (which I’m trying to reign in).

New Acquisitions: Paperback Treasures

Nothing new in the mailbox this week…


Review Titles

An quiet week on the review front, with only the 2 new additions.

The Bone Maker [March 9, 2021] by Sarah Beth Durst is a standalone epic fantasy set in a brand-new world of towering mountains and sparkling cities, in which a band of aging warriors have a second chance to defeat dark magic and avenge the haunting loss of their leader’s husband.

Hematoma by Matteo Polk is A dangerous and erotic S&M vampire thriller filled with enigmatic characters, an enthralling plot, a secret vampire organization, and a plethora of blood, bruises, pain and pleasure in the kink department.


New Acquisitions: Digital Titles

A few interesting acquisitions on digital front this week . . .

Catalyst, book 1 of The Second Cycle by Solstice Locke, caught my eye with the promise of a steampunk world of enchantments and secrets, a slow-burn romance, and strong lesbian characters.

His Runaway Heart by K. Ramsuer is one I nearly skipped over based on the cover, but my eye caught the second line of the blurb – “He had no markings, no collar, no way for anyone to tell where he’s supposed to go.” – and I was immediately intrigued.

The Orb by James Missaglia, on the other hand, I clicked on precisely because of its striking cover. A dystopian future, an innocent woman, and a sadistic technician sounded interesting has me curious.

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