Thursday, December 29, 2011

So What Did You Get?

What books did you get for Christmas? Anyone get a book they'd been longing for?

Before Christmas, I was wanting to read another Christmas themed book and found at Walmart Mail Order Christmas Brides by Jillian Hart and Janet Tronstad. It was a wonderful book and I enjoyed both stories. I think that book made the USA today extended list. Ladies, am I right?

10 comments:

Julie Hilton Steele said...

I got your book to read in the crazy week before Christmas! Gift cards for my Kindle were given to me for my birthday a couple of weeks before that.

Sniff! Why can't books go on sale like sweaters after December 25th?

It's my own fault. I should post a picture of my TBR pile and the number of books to be read on my Kindle!

Peace, Julie

OLUFISAYO ALABI said...

Laugh out loud!!!!!!!!

Leann said...

Julie, I think sometimes the Harlequin website has books on sale. I know, I've picked up several books from friends that I missed. Now, I don't know if the Kindle format goes on sale. I wish.

Kim Watters said...

No books yet, but I did get a Kindle. Now I need to fill it now that I've turned in my line edits. :)

Ausjenny said...

well I got money and bought an Aussie book I really wanted. I also got some gift vouchers to Amazon.
Julie here the books are on special 20 - 25% off.

Louise M. Gouge said...

My husband gave me PD James's Death Comes to Pemberley. I think it's because he's a James fan! LOL! But I can't wait to read it, too.

Ausjenny said...

I just went and got a few more books before I leave the big smoke (city). Another Aussie author. I managed to get a couple of LI going out cheap the other day. with the amazon gift cards will wait to see what books I want and can get seeing as I cant get the new LI on it.

Leann said...

The big smoke? I like that. Ausjenny.

Ausjenny said...

yep its another word for the city.

Jennifer said...

Loved that book Mail Order Christmas Brides, very good stories. I also got Holiday Hideout by Lynette Eason, Season of Danger by Hannah Alexander/Jill Elizabeth Nelson and Christmas Gifts by gail Gaymer Martin/ Brenda Minton. I've read Christmas Gifts very good. Working on the others.
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