Stacking the Shelves #42


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Giveaway – Concours

Signed copy of the Naked King by Sally MacKenzie / Un exemplaire signé du Roi mis à Nu de Sally MacKenzie

The Reluctant Reaper (The Reluctant Reaper, 1) – Gina X. Grant

Life for Kirsty d’Arc might not be perfect, but it’s far from hellish. She likes her job, has a great BFF and truly admires Conrad, her boss. But when she dives in front of a lunatic’s blade to save him from certain death, she finds out Conrad isn’t so admirable after all. In fact, he’s traded her soul to the Devil!

While her body lies comatose on the Mortal Coil, Kirsty’s spirit is dragged straight to Hell…which is not quite the fire-and-brimstone abyss she’d expected. In fact, the place is quirky, wacky, and not without charm. Desperate to reunite body and soul before her time runs out, she seeks out allies, earning the friendship of a powerful drag demon, a psychic server and most importantly, Hell’s civil servant. But what of her growing attraction to Dante, the sexy Reaper with a flair for romantic language—can she forgive him for scything her soul?

Stuck in the netherworld, Kirsty vows she’ll do everything on her postmortem bucket-list, starting with getting her life back and ensuring that Conrad has Hell to pay!

 Thank you so much Aurian!!

Sacrifice (Mortal Path, 2) – Dakota Banks

A demon’s enslaved executioner–a ravager of lives and souls–Maliha Crayne has been reborn, willing to sacrifice her immortality for a chance at freedom . . . and salvation. Now she has an opportunity to prevent the death of thousands–perhaps tens of thousands–to make up for the countless lives she has obliterated over the centuries. To do so, she must locate and destroy an evil cabal of madmen in possession of a weapon of unspeakable power–and survive the immortal assassins who are now after her blood. But it means reverting to the old ways and surrendering once more to the darkness. And if Maliha dies before the mission is accomplished, the hell she once knew will seem like a picnic compared to the eternal torments awaiting her.

 Deliverance (Mortal Path, 3) – Dakota Banks

Kill . . . or be damned.

A demon’s assassin for centuries, Maliha Crayne has gone rogue, determined to save a life for every one she’s destroyed in order to free herself from an eternity of enslavement, damnation, and excruciating torment. But as the powers that sustained her in the past fade, she is wary of trusting those closest to her–especially her lover, Jake. And her closest friends are beginning to disappear, one by one. Amid her anger, suspicion, and sorrow, her life is spiraling out of control.

Worse still, a beautiful Renaissance murderess is recruiting Maliha as her new assassin. Maliha is turning into a lethal puppet with an evil Immortal pulling the strings, forced to kill innocents or see her missing friends die horribly. Suddenly trapped in a moral no-man’s-land, Maliha is damned if she does and damned if she doesn’t . . . and time is rapidly running out.

 L’embrasement (Hunger Games, 2) – Suzanne Collins

A la fois symbole de la rébellion et marionnette d’une dictature sanglante, Katniss a le pouvoir entre ses mains… liées.
Après le succès des derniers Hunger Games, le peuple de Panem est impatient de retrouver Katniss et Peeta pour la Tournée de la victoire. Mais pour Katniss, il s’agit surtout d’une tournée de la dernière chance. Celle qui a osé défier le Capitole est devenue le symbole d’une rébellion qui pourrait bien embraser Panem. Si elle échoue à ramener le calme dans les districts, le président Snow n’hésitera pas à noyer dans le sang le feu de la révolte. A l’aube des Jeux de l’Expiation, le piège du Capitole se referme sur Katniss…


19 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves #42

  1. YAY! You’ve got the rest of Dakota Banks books, D.! They are fantastic and I really hope you love them as much as I did 😉 The Reluctant Reaper sounds pretty good, but it’s one of those books that can go both ways – either really good or really bad 😉 I’ll be waiting for your review!

  2. Nope Jennifer, I have not read the Hunger Games (nor do I intend to). And I am glad you already received two Mortal Path books Melliane, the third should be on its way.

    • LOl yes it is French, but well I don’t have a lot French books. It’s just that when I have a French book I won’t post my review in English as you won’t have the book if it’s only in this language but otherwise you can have the 2 of them.

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