Letterbox Love (#18)

Welcome to Letterbox Love, this is a UK meme, hosted by the lovely Lynsey at Narratively Speaking and inspired by The Story Sirens In My Mailbox, where we highlight the books we got in the post and beyond!!

Just a quick post this week as at the time this goes live I am driving up to be fed and watered at a very nice hotel with one of my best friends! She’s getting married there next year and of course we have to try the food prior to the wedding!! 
For Review:
These were all sent by the lovely people at MacMillan, thank you!! 
Bought: 
This was purchased using my amazing gift vouchers from my birthday a few weeks ago, in all hoensty I was a bit miffed about how long it too to get here but it was bought from the marketplace so its not surprising. 
Thanks all this week! I hope you have an awesome Sunday!! 

  • I hope the food turns out great! 🙂
    Debutantes looks really interesting, I hope you like them all.

  • Oooh, sounds lovely, enjoy!

    Debutantes is fab, I loved it 🙂 I got Abandon too, can’t wait to read it! Enjoy your books 🙂

  • Mel

    Enjoy being waited on! 🙂
    I’ve been curious about Abandon for a while – looking forward to your review!

  • Ooh, great books! Abandon looks amazing, I love Meg Cabot. Debutantes looks interesting, I keep seeing that everywhere. Enjoy! 🙂

  • I’m so excited about Rage Within! I hope you enjoy it.

  • aaaah rage within . enjoy all

  • Never heard of Lost at Sea before, but Bryan Lee O’Malley is awesome, so I hope you enjoy it! Can’t wait to see what you think about Abandon and Rage Within 🙂

  • Abandon looks pretty good! I seriously need to read some Meg Cabot! I hope you enjoy everything you got this week =)

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  • Rage Within and Debutantes are really good. Enjoy!

  • rage within looks so good. loved the 1st book 🙂

  • rage within looks so good. loved the 1st book 🙂

  • Brilliant books! I enjoyed Abandon and I hope you do too. 🙂

  • Ooh! Interesting bunch of books 🙂 I’m really curious to read Lost at Sea and I adore Meg Cabot!