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Ibooks Books Haul

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Thanks so much for joining me today on the Preppy Book Princess :)


2017 has been a year where I haven't truly shared too many book hauls on my blog, and that's honestly because I haven't bought that many books.


In the last few days however, I finally used one of the Itunes gift cards I was given for Christmas, and I purchased some new ebooks that have been on my wishlist for quite some time.


I've never done an ebook haul before, and so I'm excited to get to do one on my blog today.


A Home For Christmas by Kimberly Rae Jordan:



My first purchase was the seventh and final novel in Kimberly Rae Jordan's Home To Collingsworth series, and this one was actually the main reason I decided to buy books in the first place. I've loved all the other novels in this self published Inspirational fiction series, and this one wasn't available at my library, like the previous ones were. I can't wait to read Rose's story, as she was one of my favorite characters in the earlier novels.



Shadowed by Dani Pettrey:



Dani Pettrey's Alaskan Courage series is one of my all time favorite book series, and so when I found out that there's a prequel novella that tells the story of the McKenna sibling's parents, I knew I needed it in my life ASAP. I know this one is about divers finding the body of an open water swimming competitor, and the corresponding search for answers. This one is definitely one I'm hoping to get to sooner rather than later.


Snowed Over by Angie Stanton:



I've mentioned before on my blog that I really adore most of Angie Stanton's YA novels, and I reviewed her newest book release on my blog a few months back. I stumbled upon this last year when I was searching for new books on goodreads, and I'd had it on my wish list ever since. It's apparently about a couple of college students traveling home for Christmas who end up getting stranded thanks to a blizzard. I'm a little leary as to whether or not I'm going to love this one as it kind of sounds like it might be more new adult than young adult but I'm going to give it a try anyways.


Lovestruck in Los Angeles by Rachel Schurig:


I've gushed many times over on my blog about how much I loved Lovestruck in London, but I hadn't gotten around to buying the next books in the series yet. I can't wait to read more of Thomas and Lizzie's adorable relationship, and I also can't wait to read more from this amazing author as I love her writing style.


My Not So Super Sweet Life by Rachel Harris:


My last purchase was the third book in Rachel Harris' My Super Sweet Sixteenth Century series. After the way A Tale of Two Centuries ended, I knew I needed to hurry up and read this one, but unfortunately it never happened. I finally bought it, and I'm excited to dive back into this world, and all the characters I came to love in the first two novels.


And that's it for my Ibooks haul guys!


You'll probably be seeing another book haul from me in the coming weeks as there's a few I plan on buying in the near future.


Thanks so much for reading! I hope you all have a great rest of your day, and I'll see you all for my next bookish post.


This is not a sponsored post. All thoughts and opinions are my own. The photos do not belong to me, and all rights to the respective owners. 

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