We love this cover! Coming in November from Grace Burrowes, the second in a gorgeous Regency romance series featuring the Haddonfield sisters from Nicholas.
Every Sunday we preview noteworthy new releases. This week we have books by J. Kenner, Anita Hughes, Abbi Glines, Cherry Adair, Grace Burrowes, Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan, Sally Orr, Sarah Castille, Susanna Kearsley, Tara Sue Me, and Vonnie Davis. Enjoy!
Kate McMurray has been reading and reviewing the entire Sweetest Kisses series. Today, she stops by for her thoughts on the series conclusion with KISS ME HELLO.
They say March comes in like a lion, and that's certainly true with a week that brings the latest from Marie Force, Shiloh Walker, Lauren Layne, Monica Murphy, and more.
James Knightley's brothers worry he spends too much time at the office. But personal failures have caused James to find solace in his work as a law expert… and in the unfailing comfort of his little black book. Vera is a twice-divorced mom, fiercely protective of her young daughter, and a world-class piano soloist. When threatening messages cause her to fear for her daughter's safety, she turns to James for guidance. Business becomes pleasure until Vera learns of his past. As danger looms, can James convince her that he's not the man he used to be?
Barnes & Noble buyer Jules Herbert is a driving force behind the excellent selection in Barnes & Noble’s romance section. Here’s his list of recommendations for the month of February...
So, as Romance at Random’s resident Grace Burrowes super fangirl, I saw this book and was like, “Grace Burrowes wrote a contemporary? Gimme!”
Barnes & Noble buyer Jules Herbert is a driving force behind the excellent selection in Barnes & Noble’s romance section. Here’s his list of recommendations for the month of January...
“Has anyone shown you how to work the taps?” “No.” And from the look on her face, Miss Augusta Merrick would perish of excessive train travel before she’d ask. “It’s not complicated.” Ian moved into the marble temple to cleanliness and refined English sensibilities and felt Miss Merrick mincing along behind him. “The one on the right is the cold, the … Continue