Every Sunday we give you a preview of noteworthy new releases. This week we have books by Jamie K. Schmidt, Violetta Rand, Nichole Christoff, Tessa Bailey, Wilma Counts, Kate Willoughby, Rhian Cahill, Kristina Wright, and Kathleen Fuller.
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.
We have some hard-hitting new releases this week, starting with Sidney Halston’s latest; We get love on the rebound with Noelle August, a new Just One Night from Jodi Ellen Malpass, and a new novel from the incredible Anne Tyler. Read on!
It’s a great week for historical, with new offerings from Sabrina Jeffries, Julia London, and Laura Lee Guhrke. If you prefer your reading in the here-and-now, you’re also in luck with the latest by Kristen Proby, Maya Banks, Carla Neggers and Sara Arden. Paranormal? We’ve got you covered with Jeaniene Frost. Enjoy!
It’s a great week for contemporaries with new offerings from Chelsey Krause and Diana Gardin. Politics heat up on Emma Barry’s latest, and Season Vining will have your heart pounding with suspense and lust in her new novel. For short and steamy, check out Rachel Kramer Bussel’s latest anthology.
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...
While you’re shopping for everyone else this week, don’t forget to pick up a little something for yourself; These hot new releases are a great place to start. We have the much-anticipated new Lords of Deliverance from Larissa Ione, some irresistibly erotic stories in collections from Rachel Kramer Bussel and Kristina Wright, the start of a new historical series by Kelly Bowen, and more.
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 December...
This week Jess Michael returns with her scandalous Ladies Book of Pleasures, we get a hot turn on the ice with Charlene Groome’s latest Warriors novel, sparks fly in Denise Hunter’s Chapel Springs when two people vie for a historic property, and more.
It’s the last month of the year, and it seems our favorite authors are indeed saving the best for last! We have the second installment of Davison & Allegra by Sofia Tate, a return to the Barnes brothers by Shiloh Walker, the latest in the Ella and Mischa saga by Jessica Sorenson, the first in a new series by Monica Murphy, and more.
There’s a lot to be thankful for this week, with the latest by Sarah MacLean, a new Original Sinners by Tiffany Reisz, Megan Frampton’s Avon debut, a fierce new battle of passion by Gena Showalter, and more.
It’s a week to forget TV, forget your significant others, and forget the kids. We have the eagerly anticipated latest from Sylvia Day and Lisa Renee Jones, a holiday Play by Play novella from Jaci Burton, a new Weird Girls novel by Cecy Robson, and more.
The spookiest week of the fall brings us a new romantic suspense in The Apostles series; Shannyn Schroeder is back with guys who are hot and nerdy; Brenda Novak brings us back to Whiskey Creek; Valerie Bowman introduces more Playful Brides, and more! The Buried (The Apostles #2) by Shelley Coriell Cypress Bend, Florida, is a small southern bayou town filled with long-buried secrets. It’s also the home of successful, fiercely independent state prosecutor Grace Courtemanche, who’s pulled into a world of terror and self-doubt when she receives a phone call from a young woman buried alive. In a race to stop a revenge-seeking killer, Grace unearths skeletons from her past along with feelings for the one man she swore she’d never need again, Theodore “Hatch” Hatcher, a rootless, smooth-talking FBI crisis negotiator who’s… Continue