New Releases!

Barbara Vey -- November 12th, 2013

new releases

This past weekend I attended Murder and Mayhem in Muskego.  I’ll be blogging about it tomorrow.  Then Thursday I leave for St. Louis where I’ll be doing a writer’s workshop for the Missouri Romance Writers of America (MORWA).  It will be my last trip for the year and I’m kind of bummed, but not to worry.  In January, I’ll be keynoting for the Seymore Agency Author’s Retreat in Orlando.  But, I have a lot of books to read in the mean time.  Check out the books being released today.

The winner of the Harlequin Christmas books is Anita H.  Please email Anna_Robinson@ with BHB Winner in the subject line.  Please include your street address.








Rebel In Silk by Sandra Chastain  RHPG – Loveswept

Sorcerer by Ruth Owen  RHPG – Loveswept

The Widow And The Wildcatter by Fran Baker RHPG – Loveswept

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The Silver Bullet Affair by Sandra Chastain RHPG – Loveswept

Too Hot To Handle by Sandra Chastain RHPG – Loveswept

Star Spangled Bride by Iris Johansen RHPG – Loveswept








Birthday Girls by Jean Stone RHPG – Loveswept

Roman Holiday 1: Chained by Ruthie Knox RHPG – Loveswept

Yours To Keep by Serena Bell RHPG – Loveswept






Loving The Earl by Sharon Cullen  RHPG – Loveswept

Slow Ride Home by Leah Braemel (Carina Press)

Improper Arrangements by Julianna Ross (Carina Press)





All in With the Duke by Ava March (Carina Press)

The Flesh Cartel, #11: Permanent Record by Rachel Haimowitz and Heidi Belleau (Riptide Publishing)

Didn’t receive covers  for the following, but they are also being released today.

Shock & Awe by Abigail Roux (Riptide Publishing)

How I Met Your Father by L.B. Gregg (Riptide Publishing)

Long the Mile by Ally Blue (Riptide Publishing)

Bottom Line:  If a reader doesn’t put themselves into the book they are reading, the book isn’t doing it’s job.

2 thoughts on “New Releases!

  1. Erin Ashley

    Barbara Vey, you are awesome! Thank you so much for coming to St. Louis for our MoRWA meeting. I had to leave right after your presentation and didn’t get a chance to speak with you, but I wanted a chance to say how much I enjoyed listening to you. I was very impressed to hear how you got your start. You never know the road a person has taken to get to where they are today. You’re an inspiration.
    It was great hearing from someone who has their finger on the reader’s pulse. Because when it all comes down to it, pleasing the reader is what matters most. I think sometimes writers get so caught up in the craft and the process and pleasing the editors and publishers that they lose sight of that.
    I just signed up to follow your blog and shared the link on facebook. I write paranormal but I read everything. I think I’m going to check out some of the Christmas reads!
    Thanks again.

  2. Moises Mcgeachy

    An impressive share! I have just forwarded this onto a coworker who was doing a little homework on this. And he in fact bought me lunch due to the fact that I found it for him… lol. So let me reword this…. Thank YOU for the meal!! But yeah, thanx for spending some time to discuss this matter here on your site.

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