New Releases Tuesday!

Barbara Vey -- December 10th, 2013

 

I know this is only the beginning of winter, but I feel like I’ve been cooped up in this house forever.  How is it that summer passes in the blink of an eye, but winter seems to hang on forever?  Good thing new books are released every week to help ease the pain of winter.  Nothing like escaping to a nice, warm place while the fireplace blazes.

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The Principle of Desire by Delphine Dryden (Carina Press)

Blade to the Keep by Lauren Dane (Carina Press)

Elect by Rachel Van Dyken (Forever, E-Book)

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Branded by Étaín by Jianne Carlo   (Taliesin Publishing)

Don’t Touch by Barbara Taub (Taliesin Publishing)

Frostbitten by Becca Jameson   (Taliesin Publishing)

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How Zombies Stole Christmas by Sidney Bristol  (Taliesin Publishing)
Starry Night by Lea Griffith  (Taliesin Publishing)
The Hardest Ride by Gordon L. Rottman (Taliesin Publishing)

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Unmasking the Wolf by Christy Gissendaner  (Taliesin Publishing)

Ignited: Roman Holiday Book 5 by Ruthie Knox  (Loveswept)

Love the One You’re With by Lauren Layne  (Loveswept)

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Crazy For You by Juliet Rosetti  (Loveswept)

Blue Lines: The Assassins Series by Toni Aleo  (Loveswept)

Three Broken Promises by Monica Murphy ( RHPG – Bantam)

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The Great American Bachelor by Adrienne Staff  (RHPG – Loveswept)

The Last American Hero by Ruth Owen  (RHPG – Loveswept)

Taming The Pirate by Ruth Owen   ( RHPG – Loveswept)

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Hannah’s Hunk by Sandra Chastain (RHPG – Loveswept)

Imaginary Lover by Sandra Chastain (RHPG – Loveswept)

Winter Bride by Iris Johansen  (RHPG – Loveswept)

Bottom Line:  A pirate book!  Yay!  Ok, I’ve got a thing for pirates, who’s your favorite kind of hero?

3 thoughts on “New Releases Tuesday!

  1. Shari Anton

    Confession – Once upon a time I shopped for books by cover alone. All it took was a picture of a cowboy, pirate, or knight for me to toss that book into the shopping cart. I’m a bit more discerning now, but not much :) .

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