Stacking the Shelves (30)

Stacking the Shelves is hosted by Tynga’s Reviews.

Erin’s Books:

Dance with a Vampire by Ellen Schreiber
Undeadly by Michele Vail
Fated (ARC) by Alyson Noël
Perfect Scoundrels (signed) by Ally Carter

Fated came from Allie L. via YA Book Exchange, and the rest I bought.

Amanda’s Books:

Perfect Scoundrels (signed) by Ally Carter

Amanda is currently on a “book buying hiatus”. Due to the sheer number of unread books (120+) currently on my shelves, I’ve banned myself from any new book buying unless it’s for a special event, such as a book signing, or I read five books from my list. This just means there will be plenty more reviews for you, wonderful readers, to enjoy!

What did you get this week? We’d love to hear!

—Tea for Three Team

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6 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (30)

  1. I've been meaning to read the Ally Carter books for so long. I really enjoyed the first in her other series that spy one but I haven't tried this one out yet. Nice haul!

  2. Eek! Book buying hiatus! Those are never fun, but often needed! 🙂 I've been wanting to read Ally Carter's books for quite a while as well! I even have the first one, and have had it for over a year now… Everyone seems to love them!

    Happy reading!

    Rachel @ Paper Cuts

  3. i feel ya amanda on the book buying ban…after the craziness i have done i need one. I told myself i would stop for awhile and just buy like daily deals.hope you enjoy vampireville books, erin. i enjoy that series..its cute and fast fun reads 🙂
    jenna

  4. I haven't read any of the Gallagher Girls books, though Erin has them all, but Heist Society is a really fun series. If you like heist movies, Ocean's Eleven, The Italian Job, etc. then you should definitely read these!

  5. Sometimes it's a necessary evil. In this case it's really needed cause things have gotten out of hand! xD You should make time to read it! It's soooooo good!

    Thanks for stopping by!

  6. Yeah, 120+ unread books is a little extreme. Especially when I have a limited amount of time to spend reading everyday. It was to the point where I would go to grab a new book from my shelves and I just couldn't pick anything! There are too many good ones!

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