Sunday, March 27, 2016

UPCOMING RELEASES: April 2016

A list of new releases that grabbed my attention for the coming month. As always, release dates are subject to change.  All titles link back to Goodreads.

4/4

Getting It Back (Red Hot Russians, #3)
Getting It Back (Red Hot Russians #3) by Elizabeth Harmon (contemporary romance)
I am obsessed with figure skating so, of course, I'm interested in this series.  Book one, Pairing Off, was just nominated for a RITA too!

4/5

Luck Is No Lady (Fallen Ladies, #1)
Luck Is No Lady (Fallen Ladies #1) by Amy Sandas (historical romance)
The heroine is a math genius and uses those skills to get a job in a gambling hell.  The hero is ruthless owner of the hell.  I'm currently reading this and it is really interesting.

The Glittering Court (The Glittering Court, #1)
The Glittering Court (The Glittering Court #1) by Richelle Mead (YA historical fantasy)

I love Richelle Mead's writing style and this half-fantasy historical story sounds cool.

A Gentleman's Position (Society of Gentlemen, #3)
A Gentleman's Position (Society of Gentleman #3) by K.J. Charles (M/M historical)
This is a very popular series and this particular installment features an aristocrat and the valet he is in love with.

4/11

Secrets of a Soprano
Secrets of a Soprano by Miranda Neville (historical romance)
A fascinating sounding romance between an opera singer and the owner of a rival opera house.

4/12

The Player and the Pixie (Rugby, #2)
The Player and the Pixie (Rugby #2) by L.H. Cosway and Penny Reid (contemporary romance)
I love sports romances so, obviously, I am going to look into this story.

The Debutante Is Mine (Season's Original, #1)
The Debutante is Mine (Season's Original #1) by Vivienne Lorret (historical romance)
I haven't read any books by this author, but I like the premise of a man who hates the aristocracy helping a debutante with her makeover and then falling for her.

4/16

Selfie (Bluewater Bay, #13)
Selfie (Bluewater Bay #13) by Amy Lane (M/M contemporary)
It is a Bluewater Bay book and it is by Amy Lane?  Of course, I'm reading it!

4/19

The Blacksmith's Wife
The Blacksmith's Wife by Elisabeth Hobbes (historical romance)
I haven't read a medieval romance in awhile so I'm interested in this one.

4/26

Temptations of a Wallflower (The Wicked Quills of London, #3)
Temptations of a Wallflower (Wicked Quills of London #3) by Eva Leigh (historical romance)
The first two books in the trilogy were wonderful and I think this volume will be just as amazing.  It focuses on the mysterious writer of the Lady of Dubious Quality erotic stories.

Magnate
Magnate (Gilded Age #1) by Joanna Shupe (historical romance)
The head of a steel empire and a woman with ambitions towards success in the New York Stock Exchange sounds like something I will really enjoy.

The Earl Takes All (The Hellions of Havisham, #2)
The Earl Takes All (The Hellions of Havisham #2) by Lorraine Heath (historical romance)
I'm hesitant about this one since it is about a man who disguises himself as his dead brother and falls for his brother's wife.  But, I am willing to trust Lorraine Heath with this difficult plot.

Z (Demonica, #11.8)
Z (Demonica #11.8) by Larissa Ione (paranormal romance)
I must have more Demonica in my life!

How I Married a Marquess (The Secret Life of Scoundrels, #3)
How I Married a Marquess (The Secret Life of Scoundrels #3) by Anna Harrington (historical 
romance)
An "on the shelf" heroine who has a big secret that is close to being discovered by a former spy?  I'm sold.

How the Duke Was Won (The Disgraceful Dukes, #1)
How the Duke Was Won (Disgraceful Dukes #1) by Lenora Bell (historical romance)
A debut that is getting a lot of good publicity right now and has the heroine pretending to be her sister in order to gain a duke's proposal for that sister.

The Star-Touched Queen
The Star-Touched Queen by Roshani Chokshi (YA fantasy)
A fascinating-sounding fantasy with a cursed heroine who ends up in a political marriage and changes the world around her.

2 comments:

  1. I just finished Luck Is No Lady and really liked it!! I am excited for The Earl Takes All, because I have yet to find a book from Heath I didn't like. She always writes great romances. Great list of releases.

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    1. I finished Luck Is No Lady last night and it was really good! The hero was to die for. I'm sure I will love The Earl Takes It All...I'm just hesitant right now thinking about it.

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