New Releases Tuesday!

Barbara Vey -- November 5th, 2013

You can tell we’re getting closer to Christmas by the bevy of new Christmas books this weeks.  I love it when authors weave the holiday season into their worlds.  I collect Christmas books and reread my favorites every year.  Looks like there are more to add to my collection.  Favorite title today:  Christmas Break Seattle Lumberjacks – Rookies

Don’t forget to read to the bottom for two amazing giveaways today from Harlequin and Random House Pengiun!

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Jagged by Kristen Ashley (Forever, E-Book)

All Fired Up by Kate Meader (Forever, E-Book)

I’ll Be Home for Christmas by Jessica Scott (Forever Yours, E-Novella)

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Entwined by Kristen Callihan (Forever Yours, E-Novella)

The Edge of Always by J.A. Redmerski (Forever, E-Book)

Fabrick By Andrew Post (Medallion Press)

 

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All I Want For Christmas Is You by Molly O’Keefe  (Loveswept)

Room At The Inn by Ruthie Knox ( Loveswept)

Course of Action by Lindsay McKenna, Merline Lovelace Harlequin

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A Cadence Creek Christmas by Donna Alward  Harlequin

Expecting a Bolton Baby by Sarah M. Anderson Harlequin

The Christmas Wedding Quilt by Emilie Richards, Janice Kay Johnson, Sarah Mayberry Harlequin

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Adventures in Parenthood by Dawn Atkins Harlequin

The Keepers: Christmas in Salem by Heather Graham, Deborah LeBlanc, Kathleen Pickering, Beth Ciotta Harlequin

In For A Penny by Nancy Naigle & Kelsey Browning Crossroads Publishing

 

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Texas K-9 Unit Christmas by Shirlee McCoy and Terri Reed Harlequin

His Christmas Sweetheart by Cathy McDavid Harlequin

Amanda Weds A Good Man by Naomi King 

 

 

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Christmas Break Seattle Lumberjacks – Rookies by Jami Davenport

Simple Gone South by Alicia Hunter Pace (Crimson Romance)

Is This Love? by Sue Moorcroft  (Choc Lit)

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Miracle Road by Emily March  Ballantine

One Perfect Christmas by Stefanie Sloane    Loveswept

Second Chance Boyfriend by Monica Murphy   Bantam

The following title were sent without covers, but still are new releases this week.

The Secret Heir of Sunset Ranch by Charlene Sands  Harlequin

Dragon Actually by G.A. Aiken (Kensington Publishing)

Heist by Kiki Swinson; De’nesha Diamond (Dafina / Kensington Publishing)

Secret Santa by Fern MichaelsMarie BostwickLaura LevineCindy Myers (Zebra / Kensington Publishing)

No Escape by Mary Burton (Zebra / Kensington Publishing)

The House On Main Street: An Apple Valley Novel by Shirlee McCoy (Zebra / Kensington Publishing)

Arizona Temptress by Bobbi Smith (Zebra / Kensington Publishing)

Dragon Actually by G.A. Aiken (Kensington Publishing)

Heist by Kiki Swinson; De’nesha Diamond (Dafina / Kensington Publishing)

Secret Santa by Fern MichaelsMarie BostwickLaura LevineCindy Myers (Zebra / Kensington Publishing)

No Escape by Mary Burton (Zebra / Kensington Publishing)

The House On Main Street: An Apple Valley Novel by Shirlee McCoy (Zebra / Kensington Publishing)

Arizona Temptress by Bobbi Smith (Zebra / Kensington Publishing)

Finally a Bride by Renee Ryan Harlequin

Learning to Waltz by Kerryn Reid 

San Gabriel’s Secret – An Adam Thomas Mystery by David Ciambrone

That Pearly Drop Murphy’s Laws of Time Travel Book 1 by Jianne Carlo

The Duchess’ Necklace by Mariah Lynn

The Trashy Gourmet by David Ciambrone  

Giveaways

From Harlequin:  

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Improper Arrangements by Juliana Ross Wyoming Bold by Diana Palmer The Perfect Match by Kristan Higgins One Night With the Laird by Nicola Cornick What the Bride Didn’t Know by Kelly Hunter (US and UK only)

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Don’t miss your chance to win a copy of MIRACLE ROAD by Emily March!  15 copies to be given away.

Just comment to win.  What’s your favorite Christmas book or movie?  Winners posted tomorrow.

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Bottom Line:  Books make great stocking stuffers!

30 thoughts on “New Releases Tuesday!

  1. Blurbette Heidi

    Every year, my family has “snack and movie” night for Christmas. We have three categories: Christmas movie, Christmas specials, and Christmas-like movies.
    So for favorites (never get sick of… no matter how many times I see it) in those categories:
    Christmas movie: There’s a tie: A Christmas Story and Holiday Inn
    Christmas Specials: There’s a three-way tie: Charlie Brown Christmas, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and a Muppet Family Christmas.
    Christmas-like movies (set during Christmas time, but not a Christmas themed movie): Die Hard and Lethal Weapon. :) It’s funny, I know.

    And I’m like Barbara, I love holiday themed books, and go back to read several every holiday!! :)

  2. Nancy Northcott

    What a great crop of new books! And I love seeing so many with holiday themes. I love adding to my collection of those and rereading every year.

    My favorite holiday movie is the original Miracle on 34th St., and I prefer to watch it in black and white. Too bad it’s rarely on TV anymore.

  3. Rebecca C

    My Favorite Christmas movie …though I’m not sure you could classify it as a Christmas movie…is Meet Me In St. Louis, I love when Judy Garland sings Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas. My favorite TV specials would be Muppet Family Christmas and Whinnie the Pooh’s Christmas.

  4. Amy R

    I just added this blog to my Feedly list and I can already tell that New Release Tuesdays are going to suck up my money…so many good books out! My favorite Christmas movie or book? Hard to choose from. I like them all from Disney’s Christmas Cartoons with my kids up through the classics like A Christmas Story. Ha. I don’t have an all time favorite but love to read Christmas novellas this time of year more than watch TV, so I am going to go with those. Thanks!

  5. Kathy Setter

    I love Debbie Macomber’s Shirley, Goodness and Mercy books; those ladies are a hoot! Don’t think I have a favorite Christmas movie. Looking forward to diving into some of these books.

  6. Cindy Ulrich

    Favorite Christmas Movies- White Christmas, Holiday Inn, Christmas Story [although we own a slew of Christmas movies and try to watch all of them during December :-) ]

    After the opening line ” Christmas just wouldn’t be Christmas without any presents” I’d have to say an old compilation of stories under the title of Santa Baby, and The Best Christmas Pageant Ever.

  7. Susan Kay L.

    The book I love at Christmas time is “The Night Before Christmas”, illustrated by Jan Brett.
    If we are only talking about adult books then I love the “Mrs. Miracle” books by Debbie Macomber.

    The movie I love is “The Christmas Card” which stars Edward Asner, Lois Netteton, Alice Evans and John Newton. It is shown on the Hallmark tv station every year. A romantic holiday movie.

    1. Barbara

      I enjoyed both Mrs. Miracle books and The Christmas card is my husband’s favorite Christmas movie – it was just on Hallmark last night. Hallmark also did movie versions of the Mrs. Miracle books with Doris Roberts as Mrs. Miracle.

  8. joysann

    I watch The Santa Clause almost every year. It’s always so magical when they arrive at Santa’s workshop at the North Pole. Besides, my cousin plays the detective and it’s fun to see him there.

  9. Kari

    I love christmas, so I have a lot of favorite movies and books. I especially love an older version (1938) of A Christmas Carol with Reginald Owen and Gene Lockhart and I can probably quote every line from A Christmas Story. I always like to read a few new Christmas themed books in late November and December to put me in the mood too, but my favorite Christmas books for the past few years have been the children’s books that I can read with the grandkids, like How the Grinch Stole Christmas and Auntie Claus.

  10. Marcy Shuler

    I make sure to watch White Christmas every year.

    There are also a few newer movies I like: While You Were Sleeping, The Family Stone and The Holiday.

  11. Barbara

    25 dI GET A NEW CHRISTMAS BOOK EVERY YEAR – DEBBIE MACOMBER OVER THE LAST FEW YEARS – I LOVE HER SHIRLEY,GOODNESS AND MERCY CHARACTERS. I ALSO GET A CHRISTMAS MOVIE AS WELL ALTHOUGH MY FAVORITE – THE CHRISTMAS LIST ISN’T AVAILABLE ON DVD AND HASN’T BEEN SHOWN AS FREQUENTLY ONABC FAMILY AS ITUSED TO BE DURING THEIR 25 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS

  12. Elena L

    Love Actually and this old movie called The Irony of Life. Though both are more about love than the meaning of christmas. For that, its all about The Night Before Christmas.

  13. pjpuppymom

    Terrific giveaway, Barbara! It’s a Wonderful Life is a must-see Christmas movie for me. I watch it every year and its impact never lessens. Love Jimmy Stewart and the movie has wonderful lessons to impart.
    Love Actually is a newer film that I try to catch during the Christmas season.

    Looking forward to Emily March’s MIRACLE ROAD!

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