Monday, July 16, 2012

Mailbox Monday -- July 16th

Welcome to Mailbox Monday which is hosted this month by Mrs. Q. Book Addict.  Below are the books that I received last week:

1)  Legacy of Tril by Heather Brewer.  Publisher's Summary. Tril is a world where Barrons and Healers are Bound to each other: Barrons fight and Healers cure their Barrons' wounds in the ongoing war with the evil Graplar King. Seventeen-year-old Kaya was born a Healer, but she wants to fight. In Tril, and at Shadow Academy, where she is sent to learn to heal, it is against Protocol for Healers to fight. So Kaya must learn in secret. Enter two young men: One charming, rule-following Barron who becomes Bound to Kaya and whose life she must protect at all costs. And one with a mysterious past who seems bent on making Kaya's life as difficult as possible. Kaya asks both to train her, but only one will, and the consequences will change their lives forever. Thanks to the Publisher!


Holly: Filled with regret for being a stay-athome mom, she sheds sixty pounds and loses herself in the world of extramarital sex. Will it bring the fulfillment she is searching for?

Andrea: A single mom and avowed celibate, she watches her friend Holly’s meltdown with a mixture of concern and contempt. Holly is throwing away what Andrea has spent her whole life searching for—a committed relationship with a decent guy. So what if Andrea picks up Holly’s castaway husband?

Marissa: She has more than her fair share of challenges—a gay, rebellious teenage son, a terminally ill daughter, and a husband who buries himself in his work rather than face the facts.

As one woman’s marriage unravels, another’s rekindles. As one woman’s family comes apart at the seams, another’s reconfigures into something bigger and better. In this story of connections and disconnections, one woman’s up is another one’s down, and all of them will learn the meaning of friendship, betrayal, and forgiveness.

Unflinchingly honest, emotionally powerful, surprisingly erotic, Triangles is the ultimate page-turner. Hopkins’s gorgeous, expertly honed poetic verse perfectly captures the inner lives of her characters. Sometimes it happens like that. Sometimes you just get lost.

Get lost in the world of Triangles, where the lives of three unforgettable women intersect, and where there are no easy answers.

Thanks to Simon & Schuster!

3) Between the Lines by Jodi Piccoult & Samantha van Leer.  Publisher's Summary.

Between the Lines was Sammy’s idea, and frankly, she’s got a better imagination than I ever did at her age. It’s called Between the Lines, and it’s about what happens when happily ever after…isn’t. Delilah, a loner hates school as much as she loves books—one book in particular. In fact if anyone knew how many times she has read and reread the sweet little fairy tale she found in the library, especially her cooler than cool classmates, she’d be sent to social Siberia . . . forever.To Delilah, though, this fairy tale is more than just words on the page. Sure, there’s a handsome (well, okay, incredibly handsome) prince, and a castle, and an evil villain, but it feels as if there’s something deeper going on. And one day, Delilah finds out there is. Turns out, this Prince Charming is not just a one-dimensional character in a book. He’s real, and a certain fifteen-year-old loner has caught his eye. But they’re from two different worlds, and how can it ever possibly work? Thanks to the Publisher!


  1. I'm curious about the Jodi Picoult and her daughter book. I don't have a copy of the one so I'll be looking for your review.

  2. I really want to read Between the Lines. I'm a huge Picoult fan!

  3. Three good titles, enjoy your reads.

  4. Triangles sounds good, though not sure it's my cup of tea. Happy reading!

  5. The first one interests me :)
    Happy reading½

  6. I really liked Between the Lines but wasn't crazy about Triangles, even though I love the author's work. My mom did love Triangles, though, so don't go by me. Enjoy your new books!

  7. I look forward to your review of Triangles!

  8. I've had 'Triangles' on my wish list for a while. I hope you enjoy it!

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  9. All three of these look really good! I haven't read a Picoult book in a little while so I need to catch up. Hope you enjoy!

  10. I've heard good things about Triangles. Nice selection!

  11. Enjoy your books! That sounds like a Picoult book I might enjoy. Most of hers are simply to heavy for me.