MAD Librarian by Michael Guillebeau– A librarian whose funding has been cut decides she’s had enough and dips her hand into the city’s slush funds. Billed as a satiric literary version of Breaking Bad.
The Unremembered Girl by Eliza Maxwell-A mysterious girl found in the woods could be the salvation or ruin of a desperate family. Though the “girl” title really needs to be retired, I like the sound of this one.
Ruin You by Molly O’Keefe-The 3rd book in The Debt series, this is Simon’s story and looks to be a tale of revenge and reluctant romance. YUM. Some fans may remember seeing Simon in Baby, Come Back.
Hooking Up by Helena Hunting-I read this last month and cackled over this sexy and hilariously fun read. A bride cheated immediately on after the “I Do’s” discovers her desire to be accepted isn’t as important as her need to be loved. Review to come.
Complicated by Kristen Ashley-This was apparently released back in May exclusively in audio form. I don’t know how I missed it but I did. Comparisons to old skool Ashley has me excited to read.
Sweet Tea and Sympathy by Molly Harper-A new series from Molly Harper? SIGN. ME. UP. An adorkable romance contemporary that shows one woman that no matter what happens-you can always go home. Review to come.
Wheels Up by Annabeth Albert– In her 4th book of the Out of Uniform series, Dustin Strauss (Dylan’s brother) finds love in this sexy bittersweet MM military romance that addresses DADT, labels, and fear of the unknown. Review to come.
Deja New by MaryJanice Davidson– I just finished this one and must say it is certainly unique and different from what I expected. Reincarnation, murder, and a questionable future leads one woman on a merry chase for the truth. Take my advice-read book one first. Review to come.
Dog Walkers Diary by Kathryn Donahue– What do you get when you match a dog walker, a literary agent, a couple of dogs? I don’t know but I’m more than ready to find it. Reviews so far are very good. Review to come.
Haven by Mary Lindsey– A unique YA retelling of Beauty and the Beast. Some are calling this the next Twilight. Review to come.
The Passion of Cleopatra by Anne and Christopher Rice– I loved The Mummy (Ramses the Damned, #1) and am so excited to see that she finally decided to continue the story. Interesting that she chose to bring her son on board to co-author with. Review to come.
The Brightest Embers by Jeaniene Frost–Can Ivy and Adrian rewrite their destiny? Or will fate once again get her way? The conclusion to Frost’s dark action-packed Broken Destiny series. Review to come.
Most Eligible Bastard by Annika Martin-A cynical hero? Check. A do gooder heroine? Check. A teeny tiny dog? Lots of antagonistic attraction? Check. Check. CHECK!
Romancing the Werewolf by Gail Carriger – November 5. Recently I read Poison or Protect by Gail Carriger, which is not part of this series, but it reminded me how adorable, witty, and clever her books are. This is definitely a one-click.
Alec Mackenzie’s Art of Seduction by Jennifer Ashley – November 14. This book was not on my radar until very recently. I adore this series and it’s been a few years since she has released a Mackenzie book. Hooray! And just to remind readers – Alec Mackenzie is the brother of Malcolm from The Stolen Mackenzie Bride. He is an ancestor of the Mackenzie family whose story begins with The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie.
A Duke in Shining Armor by Loretta Chase – November 28. I like this author and with a series title of, Difficult Dukes, I can’t resist. And the blurb sounds adorable.
A Hope Divided by Alyssa Cole – November 28. I really enjoyed the first book in this series. It looks like the heroine is a spy/scientist and the hero is a philosopher. Intrigued!
Once Upon a Maiden Lane – November 14. A novella starring Mary Whitsun. Now that this series is coming to a conclusion, I will cling to all of the novellas.
Catalyst by Rachel Grant – November 21. This author writes really well done romantic suspense. Looks like this one is set in Sudan – I’ll be reviewing later this month.