The Wanderer by Robyn Carr – March 26. Robyn Carr is starting a new series, Thunder Point. Set on the Oregon Coast, the hero is left a large beach front property. The blurb says the heroine is “complicated.” Aren’t we all? *wink* Goodreads l Kindle
Too Hot to Handle by Victoria Dahl – March 26. I lurve me some Victoria Dahl, especially when it has cowboys involved. The first in this series didn’t quite do it for me but looking forward to this one. Goodreads l Kindle
Rising Darkness by Thea Harrison – April 2. I had no idea Thea Harrison was starting a new series, Game of Shadows. And I LOVE the blurb –
In the hospital ER where she works, Mary is used to chaos. But lately, every aspect of her life seems adrift. She’s feeling disconnected from herself. Voices appear in her head. And the vivid, disturbing dreams she’s had all her life are becoming more intense. Then she meets Michael. He’s handsome, enigmatic and knows more than he can say. In his company, she slowly remembers the truth about herself…
Thousands of years ago, there were eight of them. The one called the Deceiver came to destroy the world, and the other seven followed to stop him. Reincarnated over and over, they carry on—and Mary finds herself drawn into the battle once again. And the more she learns, the more she realizes that Michael will go to any lengths to destroy the Deceiver.
Then she remembers who killed her during her last life, nine hundred years ago…Michael.
Let it be Me by Kate Noble – April 2. I adore Kate Noble’s voice. This is the fifth in her Blue Raven series and I’ve really liked them all. I highly recommend Revealed and The Summer of You if you have yet to try her. Goodreads l Kindle
Surrender by Stephanie Tyler – April 2. Part of the blurb – For former Navy SEAL Dare O’Rourke, Section 8 was legendary. The son of one of its missing members, he grew up in the shadow of its secrets. All he knew was that it was a cabal of operatives discharged from branches of the military and reassigned to extremely dangerous, off- the-books international missions. And that their handler was as shrouded in mystery as the missions themselves.
Iron Kin by M.J. Scott – April 2. This is the third book in the Half-Light City series and I really enjoyed the first two. Such a different premise with great characters. Excited for this one. Goodreads l Kindle
Family Man by Heidi Cullinan and Marie Sexton – March 13. From the blurb: How does a man get to be forty without knowing whether he’s gay? Well I don’t know but I’d love to find out. *wink* Goodreads l Kindle