Hot New Tuesday Releases

Barbara Vey -- February 11th, 2014


The Olympics are really cutting into my reading time.  I’m not only a sucker for all the events, but I really enjoy the stories of the athletics themselves.  And not just the US ones.  It’s fascinating to me that they come from all sorts of backgrounds and their reasons for their dedication varies but they all have that drive, that focus, that makes them special.  I feel very patriotic during the Olympics, but often find myself cheering for the underdogs.  Of course, being a Bob Costas fan really helps too.  Here’s some new books for those Olympic off times.








Country Heaven by Ava Miles

Kindred Rites (Night Calls #2) by Katharine Eliska Kimbriel  (Book View Café)

Always in My Heart by Mary Ellis (Harper Collins Christian Publishing)








Tempered by Karina Cooper (Carina Press)

Catching Heat by Alison Packard (Carina Press)

Reaper’s Touch by Eleri Stone (Carina Press)








Misbehaving by Tiffany Reisz (Cosmo Red Hot Reads from Harlequin)

Crazy, Stupid Sex by Maisey Yates (Cosmo Red Hot Reads from Harlequin)

The Redemption of Callie & Kayden by Jessica Sorensen (Forever Trade Paperback)







.Impossible Things by Kate Johnson (Choc Lit)

Wild Things by Chloe Neill  (Penguin Group (USA) LLC)

Bared by Stacey Kennedy  (Loveswept)









Scandal On The Sand by Roxanne St. Claire (South Street Publishing)

Tea For Two  by Marilyn Baxter (Boroughs Publishing Group)

Bottom Line:  Just for fun, today is National Fruit Cake Toss Day…lots of dented stuff today.


4 thoughts on “Hot New Tuesday Releases

  1. Demi Alex

    It’s once every four years (two, if you’re about both summer and winter)–
    Besides, the beauty of books is that they don’t have an expiration;)
    Have a wonderful day!
    (as I load up on the new releases you posted about)

  2. Susan Carlisle

    My son and I are having a great time watching the Olympis. We compare who saw win and what. My only problem is that I get so caught up in the Games I don’t get anything else done.

  3. Pielinen

    Those books look’s really interesting and when i got time i will surely look it in any book’s store in my place.Lately i am reading some books about designing terminal vehicle cause i wanna improve my skill on design a terminal and hoping to be a popular terminal in the whole world.

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