Stacking the Shelves: Week of April 3rd

stacking the shelves

Stacking The Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews
The object of this meme is to share the books you’ve borrowed or bought throughout the week.

white tiger

White Tiger by Jennifer Ashley
Genre: Paranormal Romance

For twenty years, Kendrick, a white tiger Shifter, has been the Guardian of un-Collared Shifters who spend their lives living in secret—and in fear of being shunted into Shiftertowns. When Kendrick’s group is discovered and forced to flee, Kendrick is more desperate than ever to protect them

In a diner in the middle of nowhere, lonely waitress Addison Price has seen a lot of unusual drifters come and go, but none has ever captivated—and intimidated—her like the imposing fugitive who wields a broadsword with incredible skill. But when he risks all to protect her, Addison’s fear turns to empathy—and empathy to desire as she learns more about her savior. Soon she’s more than willing to help the crushingly sensual white tiger and his cubs in a passionate bid for freedom. Whatever the cost.

otherworld secrets

Otherworld Secrets by Kelley Armstrong
Genre: Urban Fantasy

More than a decade after Kelley Armstrong first opened the doors to the Otherworld, fans are still clamoring for more. In response to their demands—and to coincide with the Syfy Network show based on the series—Plume has signed up three Otherworld anthologies, each of which revolves around a different theme. The second in the trilogy, Otherworld Secrets, features fan-favorites such as Cassandra, Savannah, and Adam in rare and neverbefore- published short stories—plus a brand new novella. Fans old and new will flock to this mystery-themed volume to discover the deepest secrets of this captivating world.

7 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves: Week of April 3rd

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  2. Kelley Armstrong is another author whose books have so far eluded me. This anthology might make me a bit lost since I know nothing about her Otherworld series, but I do have several of her other books on my to-read list; she seems to have written in so many styles and genres to choose from.

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    • I love Kelley Armstrong! She’s one of my favorite authors. Yeah, I wouldn’t suggest starting out with this anthology since most of the stories take place after the series had officially ended. I’m not a big fan of her YA’s though, I think it’s because she started writing them for her daughter and you can oddly see that. I haven’t tried all her YA series yet though, so maybe it’s just the one I tried.

      Her adult series are fabulous though. I hope you enjoy whichever you decide to check out first.


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