Saturday, July 2, 2011

New books this week.....6/28 - 7/1

What a great week this was for new book releases! I don't know about you, but I have plenty to keep me busy for weeks to come! And talk about new books by favorite authors - reader's heaven. Here are just a few that I am really looking forward to reading: Savor the Danger, by Lori Foster Black Ties and Lullabies by Jane Graves In the Heat of the Bite by Lydia Dare Cover Me by Catherine Mann Creed's Legacy by Linda Lael Miller Mystical Warrior by Janet Chapman Merciless by Diana Palmer Cowboy Up by Vickie Lewis Thompson The Look of Love by Bella Andre So what new books do you have, and which ones are you most looking forward to reading? The best part is that July is just getting started, and every Tuesday this month has books I have pre-ordered. **happy dance** !!! Dani's Looking Forward To: Merciless by Diana Palmer Rapture Becomes Her by Shirlee Busbee Heiress In Love By Christine Brooke Silk Is For Seduction by Loretta Chase A Lady's Lesson In Scandal by Meredith Duran Waking Up To A Duke by Lorraine Heath Cover Me by Catherine Mann Darkness At Dawn by Elizabeth Jennings Cowboys Like Us by Vicki Lewis Thompson Extra Innings by Debbi Rawlins Hot Shots by Jo Leigh Heartbreak Creek by Kaki Warner


Emily said...

Happy Friday Everyone!
I just finished "In the Heat if the Bite" by Lydia Dare. This has been the latest in her historical paranormal series. You do have to read the series I think from the beginning. She does a great job on bringing up the past characters. Personally, I have enjoyed her earlier versions but her latest are still good.


Teri P said...

Emily, I just got this book last week and am looking forward to reading it. I suppose I should also get "It Happened One Bite", since it appears to be the first in this series. I need something new to get me jump started back in to the paranormal world!

Emily said...

Hey Teri
"Wolfish Charm" is the first one. You start out with werewolves. Then go into Coven sister with wolves into vampires as the books go on. They are easy light reading but they did surprise me. I was not bored I was really interested to see where they were going next.