Monday, November 8, 2010

New Releases for November!

I hope everyone enjoyed our One Year Anniversary Extravaganza last week! I know we sure did. It means a lot to us that we have been warmly embraced by so many readers, bloggers, and authors. So, thank you!

It’s the start of a new month which contains one of my favorite holidays – Thanksgiving! It’s not one of my favorites because of the food (though that certainly is a good perk!), but because of what it means to my family. It’s a time when my family spends quality time together laughing, sharing stories, and voicing the many things we are truly thankful for in our lives. What does Thanksgiving mean to you?

It’s also the time for a crop of new releases! Which November releases have you read? Of those, which ones do you recommend? Which ones are you most looking forward to reading? Tell us and one lucky commenter will win a book I picked up from this year’s RWA conference!

Until December, happy reading!



Historical

A Midnight Clear – Kristi Astor
Seven Nights to Forever – Evangeline Collins
One Wicked Sin – Nicola Cornick
His Conquest – Diana Cosby
The Taming of the Wolf – Lydia Dare (Paranormal)
The Princess in His Bed – Lila DiPasqua
Rules of Engagement – Suzanne Enoch
Lady Renegade – Carol Finch
Wicked Highlander – Donna Grant (Paranormal)
Passions of a Wicked Earl – Lorraine Heath
Devil at Midnight – Emma Holly (Paranormal, Time Travel)
Compromised Hearts – Hannah Howell
A Duke’s Temptation – Jillian Hunter
Midnight – Beverly Jenkins
Vow of Deception – Angela Johnson
When Harry Met Molly – Kieran Kramer
Luck of the Wolf – Susan Krinard (Paranormal)
The Reckless Bride – Stephanie Laurens
The Year of Living Scandalously – Julia London
Ten Ways to Be Adored When Landing a Lord – Sarah MacLean
The Earl’s Mistletoe Bride – Joanna Maitland
Unlacing the Innocent Miss – Margaret McPhee
The Christmas Brides – Linda Lael Miller
The Virgin Widow – Anne O’Brien (Historical Fiction)
Scoundrel’s Honor – Rosemary Rogers
A Bewitching Bride – Elizabeth Thornton (Paranormal)
His Sinful Secret – Emma Wildes
The Mischief of the Mistletoe – Lauren Willig
A Harlequin Christmas Carol – Betina Krahn, Jacquie D’Alessandro, Hope Tarr
Regency Christmas Proposals – Gayle Wilson, Amanda McCabe, Carole Mortimer

Contemporary

Because of You – Rochelle Alers
A Marine for Christmas -- Beth Andrews
One Winter’s Night – Lori Borrill
The Transformation of Things – Jillian Cantor (Women’s Fiction)
Private Affairs – Tori Carrington
Impulsive – HelenKay Dimon
Casting About – Terri DuLong (Women’s Fiction)
Once in a Lifetime – Gwynne Forster
The Sweetness of Salt – Cecilia Galante (Women’s Fiction)
An Amish Christmas – Cynthia Keller (Women’s Fiction)
Christmas Eve at Friday Harbor – Lisa Kleypas
Northern Encounter – Jennifer LaBrecque
Taking Care of Business – Kathy Lyons
The Real Deal – Debbi Rawlins
Happy Ever After – Nora Roberts
The Snow Globe – Sheila Roberts (Women’s Fiction)
Reye’s Gold – Ruthie Robinson
Touch and Go – Michelle Rowen
Montana Glory – R.C. Ryan
The Love Goddess’ Cooking School – Melissa Senate (Women’s Fiction)
Whatever You Like – Maureen Smith
Last Temptation – Michelle Stimpson (Women’s Fiction)
Somewhere Along the Way – Jodi Thomas
A Good Dude – Keith Thomas Walker
Falling Home – Karen White (Women’s Fiction)
The First Love Cookie Club – Lori Wilde
Holiday Magic – Fern Michaels, Cathy Lamb, Mary Carter, Terri DuLong
Midnight Kiss – Robyn Carr, Jean Brashear, Victoria Dahl
Wicked Wonderland – LuAnn McLane, Susanna Carr, Janice Maynard

YA/Teen

Losing Romeo – A.J. Byrd
Ghost Town – Rachel Caine (Urban Fantasy)
The Painted Boy – Charles de Lint (Urban Fantasy)
Five Flavors of Dumb – Antony John
Hunger – Jackie Morse Kessler (Paranormal)
Pegasus – Robin McKinley (Fantasy)
Night Star – Alyson Noël (Paranormal)
Virals – Kathy Reichs (Paranormal)
The Mockingbirds – Daisy Whitney

Romantic Suspense

Deadly Intent – Kylie Brant
The Lies that Bind – Kate Carlisle (Mystery)
Deadly Pursuit – Ann Christopher
P.I. Daddy’s Personal Mission – Beth Cornelison
High-Caliber Christmas – B.J. Daniels
Medusa’s Sheik – Cindy Dees
Savior in the Saddle – Delores Fossen
Hostage to Thunder Horse – Elle James
The Pediatrician’s Personal Protector – Mallory Kane
Her Private Avenger – Elle Kennedy
Next Time You See Me – Katia Lief
Body Armor – Alana Matthews
Worth the Trip – Penny McCall
Kade: Armed and Dangerous – Cheyenne McCray
Cold Dawn – Carla Neggers
The 3rd Secret – Tara Taylor Quinn
Edge of Sight – Roxanne St. Claire
Nowhere to Hide – Carlene Thompson
Lie with Me – Stephanie Tyler
Colby Brass – Debra Webb
Deadlier than the Male – Sharon Sala & Colleen Thompson

Paranormal

Blood Spells – Jessica Andersen
Rebel – Zoë Archer (Historical)
When Wicked Craves – J.K. Beck
Entice Me at Twilight – Shayla Black
Spun by Sorcery – Barbara Bretton
Shadow of the Sheikh – Nina Bruhns
Enemy Within – Marcella Burnard
Living Nightmare – Shannon K. Butcher
Touch of Temptation – Rhyannon Byrd
A Darker Shade of Dead – Bianca D’Arc
Secret Legacy – Anna DeStefano
Drink of Me – Jacquelyn Frank
Marked by the Moon – Lori Handeland
Afterlight – Elle Jasper
Game Over – Taylor Keating
The Wolf Prince – Karen Kelley
Blood Trinity – Sherrilyn Kenyon & Dianna Love
In the Company of Vampires – Katie MacAlister
Stronger Than Sin – Caridad Piñeiro
Ecstacy in Darkness – Gena Showalter
Play of Passion – Nalini Singh
The Shifters – Alexandra Sokoloff
His Darkess Embrace – Juliana Stone
Prince Charming Doesn’t Live Here – Christine Warren
Haunted by Your Touch – Jeaniene Frost, Shayla Black, Sharie Kohler

Urban Fantasy

Side Jobs – Jim Butcher (Anthology)
Harvest Hunting – Yasmine Galernorn
Blood Heat – Maria Lima
Firewalker – Allyson James
Magic at the Gate – Devon Monk
Highborn – Yvonne Navarro
Bitten in Two – Jennifer Rardin
Heaven’s Spite – Lilith Saintcrow
Shotgun Sorceress – Lucy A. Snyder

Erotica/Erotic Romance

Twelve Wicked Nights – Nadia Aidan
Jeweled – Anya Bast
Pleasure’s Edge – Eve Berlin
The Lovers – Eden Bradley
Inside Out – Lauren Dane
All Jacked Up – Lorelei James
Primal Heat – Crystal Jordan
Sexual Hunger – Melissa MacNeal

52 comments:

  1. i'm not lucky enough to win these new november releases on some blogs that i had visited. therefore none of them that i had read :)

    i'm sooo looking forward to read ;
    - Bitten in Two – Jennifer Rardin
    - Deadly Intent – Kylie Brant
    - Lie with Me – Stephanie Tyler
    - Ghost Town – Rachel Caine
    - Somewhere Along the Way – Jodi Thomas
    - One Wicked Sin – Nicola Cornick

    cuniquas at gmail dot com

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  3. I haven’t been fortunate enough to win any new releases before November either, however,

    I have bought and read:
    When Harry Met Molly – Kieran Kramer
    Ten Ways to Be Adored When Landing a Lord – Sarah MacLean

    Bought but not read:
    Rebel – Zoë Archer

    Will definitely buy:
    Devil at Midnight – Emma Holly
    The Princess in His Bed – Lila DiPasqua

    Have on my wish list:
    Seven Nights to Forever – Evangeline Collins

    langshipley@yahoo.com.au

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  4. Haven't read any of these books, but I'm really looking forward to Suzanne's "Rules of Engagement." I've been waiting a while for a new Carroway book. Also excited about Kieran's debut and Kylie's new Mindhunters book.

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  5. Whoo Hoo so many great books there are lots on that list that I want but I have to put my order in and I am sure there will be at least 10 on the order I do have Nicola Cornick's One Wiked Sin which I am really looking forward to reading I loved Whisper of Scandal

    AS for Thanksgiving we don't celebrate that here in Australia but I gotta say I sure wished we did it is such a great holiday to celebrate

    Have Fun
    Helen

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  6. Another fabulous list! Would't it be great to be able to get ALL of them??!! It would be even better to have the TIME to read all of them :-)

    I'm so happy to see THE PRINCESS IN HIS BED on a few people's list!! Everyone really needs to buy it.

    Thanksgiving is double fun at our house as the hubby's birthday is always right around that holiday. This year he turns the big 40! So in addition to the food and family on Thanksgiving, we get birthday cake too!!

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  7. I love thanksgiving -- it's a time for family to get together and just enjoy being together. Lots of laughter. Also that we always celebrated my b-day certainly helped make it one of my fave holidays. :)

    Also get to thankful for all the great books. Suppose to be working on the TBR pile and backlists but have already managed to read several enjoyable releases:
    - His Conquest – Diana Cosby
    - Rules of Engagement – Suzanne Enoch
    - Compromised Hearts – Hannah Howell
    - The Reckless Bride – Stephanie Laurens
    - Ten Ways to Be Adored When Landing a Lord – Sarah MacLean
    (hadn't realized how many I'd been till actually listed them, no wonder that tbr pile hasn't gone down the past couple weeks)

    also interested in checking out:
    - The Princess in His Bed – Lila DiPasqua
    - Vow of Deception – Angela Johnson
    - When Harry Met Molly – Kieran Kramer

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  8. Hi, mariska! Two of your picks (Jodi Thomas and Nicola Cornick) are on my list, too. I hope you enjoy them!

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  9. Good morning, Daz! I have Kieran's and Sarah's in my TBR pile and hope to get to them soon (I have a couple review books to read first) because they look so good! Did you enjoy them?

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  10. Jane, I have Suzanne's latest, too, as I am one of her many fans that has been patiently waiting for Shaw's book. Can't wait to get to it!!

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  11. Helen, I have been hearing tons of praise for Nicola's books and have them on my TBB list. I love a good, well-written historical! :)

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  12. Buffie said: Thanksgiving is double fun at our house as the hubby's birthday is always right around that holiday. This year he turns the big 40! So in addition to the food and family on Thanksgiving, we get birthday cake too!!

    Us, too! My hubby's birthday is the day before Thanksgiving this year, but next year it will be on Thanksgiving so he'll have it off. Yay! And he'll be the big 40 next year!

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  13. Andrea, thanks for another terrific list. Again, so many wonderful books and not nearly enough time to read them all!

    I just finished When Harry Met Molly by debut author Kieran Kramer. What an absolute delight!

    I'm writing a review of The Taming of the Wolf by Lydia Dare. Why have I not read this author before? I loved this book and am already looking for her back list! For those of you who may not be into paranormal, this is what I'd call "para lite". If you love Scottish historicals, I recommend giving this one a try.

    As you know from my review, I highly recommend Edge of Sight by Roxanne St. Claire. It's romantic suspense at its finest!

    I'm looking forward to reading The Lies That Bind by Kate Carlisle. I'll be starting it today! :)

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  14. Hi, gamistress66! Yes, books are definitely something to be thankful for!! And you have a great list there. I hope you enjoy them all!

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  15. PJ said: I just finished When Harry Met Molly by debut author Kieran Kramer. What an absolute delight!

    So glad to hear it, PJ! I just know that I will love this book. I always enjoy well-timed humor in a historical. :)

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  16. Beth Andrews has a Harlequin Superromance called A Marine for Christmas that releases tomorrow, November 9th. I'll be reviewing it later this month.

    I love Beth Andrews' voice and I highly recommend this book. I think it's one of the best, if not the best story that she's written and that's saying something, considering that she won the RITA last summer for A-Not-So-Perfect-Past.

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  17. I'll get it added, PJ! Thanks!

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  18. Hi Andrea!

    As always, thanks for compiling this list for us every month! :)

    I have started NR's HEA and loving it so far! I have been looking forward to Parker and Mal's story since Bed of Roses, and it's living up to expectations so far. But damn, I'm barely past the prologue and she already has me misty. How does she do it???!!! lol

    I'm also in the middle of Sarah MacLean's 10 Ways, and adoring it so far. Nick is delicious, and Isabel and her motely crew at Minerva House have warmed my heart. And little James made me melt!(I took a break from 10 Ways so a friend and I can read HEA together but will be getting back to it ASAP!)

    I have yet to get my hands on Lisa Kleypas's Christmas Eve at Friday Harbor, but that is definitely on the list too.

    There goes by book budget for the month. ::Sigh:: lol

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  19. I actually won one of those and I am so excited, haven't read Blood Trinity yet because I am savoring the joy. Weekend after next is the scheduled date to sit down on Friday evening and not stop until it is done.

    Waiting on many of the others then I will schedule a time to savor those too!

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  20. Yay for new releases!
    I'm looking forward to the books by:
    Suzanne Enoch
    Sarah MacLean
    Lisa Kleypas
    I'm looking forward to Thanksgiving so I can read something that isn't for school! ;)

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  21. Thanksgiving is a favorite of mine too. I enjoy seeing family and having a great dinner. I'm looking forward to Deadly Intent by Kylie Brant. The first three books in that series were really good.

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  22. Right now I’m reading (and enjoying) Suzanne Enoch’s Rules of an Engagement. High on my TBR list are the books listed here by authors Sarah MacLean, Lydia Dare, Nora Roberts, Lisa Kleypas, Jodi Thomas, Roxanne St. Claire and Lori Handeland. So many great books; so little time!

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  23. What a month! I've already had a chance to read Willig's and McLeans' new books (loved both) and am so excited for a ton of others that I already have either on order or on request from the library! Those include the new books from Nora Roberts, Enock, Wilds, Cornick, London, Heath...and the list goes on! Busy reading!

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  24. Thanksgiving is family time for me too. Sadly we'll be missing two of the grands this year because they will be with their mother, but there will still be more than a dozen of us gathered for fantastic food, family fun, and football--touch in the yard and the real stuff all weekend on TV. We will have much for which to give thanks.

    Every month has great reads. This month I've already read and loved Ten Ways to Be Adored When Landing a Lord by Sarah MacLean, The Year of Living Scandalously by Julia London, When Harry Met Molly by Kieran Kramer, and Edge of Sight by Roxanne St. Claire. I highly recommend all four. I’ve read another three that I’m less enthusiastic about, but I prefer talking about the ones I can rave about.

    I won a copy of Kate Carlisle’s The Lies That Bind, and I'm really looking forward to reading it. This week I’ll be reading Lisa Kleypas’s Christmas Eve at Friday Harbor and Nora Roberts’s Happy Ever After, both much anticipated books. Like PJ, I’m a Beth Andrews fan, so I’m looking forward to A Marine for Christmas and also to three other November SuperRomance releases: Helen Brenna’s The Moon That Night, Sarah Mayberry’s The Best Laid Plans, and an anthology, That Christmas Feeling, that includes novellas by Brenda Novak, Karina Bliss, and Kathleen O’Brien. Other eagerly anticipated November reads include Suzanne Enoch’s Rules of Engagement, Karen White’s Falling Home, and Robin McKinley’s YA fantasy, Pegasus.

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  25. Wow! Great list! I've already read Wicked Highlander by Donna Grant. Loved it! I've also got a few of the others on my wish list over at Amazon. I'll have to get When Harry Met Molly as I've heard good things about it from several people!

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  26. Aww, thanks, Lisa! I really enjoy doing it. I am so glad that you are enjoying Nora's HEA! It was definitely my favorite of the series as I am a sucker for a bad boy who is also a gentleman. Yay for Mal!

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  27. Dianna said: Waiting on many of the others then I will schedule a time to savor those too!

    I hear you, Dianna. If only we had more hours in the day! *g*

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  28. TrishaM said: I'm looking forward to Thanksgiving so I can read something that isn't for school!

    LOL! I hope you get to. ;-)

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  29. Hi, Maureen! Thanks for stopping by. I hope you enjoy Kylie's latest!

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  30. LSUReader said: So many great books; so little time!

    That is definitely the motto around here! LOL! I hope you enjoy the books on your list!

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  31. Good afternoon, JWZ1978! You are making me want to read Sarah's book NOW! Glad to hear it's good. :)

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  32. Janga, how could I forget about the football on Thanksgiving?! It's always on TV at our house.

    And you always have such a great list! Glad to hear that you read and loved Sarah's and Kieran's. Everyone who has read it is making me want to read them ASAP!

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  33. Thanks, Monica! And thanks for the heads up about Donna Grant's book. It sounds good!

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  34. I've been looking forward to quite a few that come out this month. I can't wait to get my hands on them.
    The Princess In His Bed-Lila Dipasqua
    Passions of a Wicked Earl – Lorraine Heath
    When Harry Met Molly – Kieran Kramer
    Ten Ways to Be Adored When Landing a Lord – Sarah MacLean
    His Sinful Secret – Emma Wildes
    Blood Spells – Jessica Andersen
    His Darkess Embrace – Juliana Stone

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  35. *stares*

    OMG! Look at all those historicals. I'm really curious about "When Harry Met Molly" - I like titles that resemble movies and that cover is so eye-catching. Is it a debut?

    I feel like the cover police since I'm always mentioning book covers lol

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  36. Lots of books this month. I can't wait for Happy Ever After by Nora Roberts.

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  37. I so look forward to this list, and refer to it through the month!

    I managed to read a few for my reviews at The Season, I recommend A Midnight Clear, One Wicked Sin, Lady Renegade, The Earl's Mistletoe Bride, And Regency Xmas Proposals, there wasn't a dud among them!

    I do want to check out Suzanne Enoch, and Emma Wildes~

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  38. Great list, Danielle! I hope you enjoy them!

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  39. Antonia said: I'm really curious about "When Harry Met Molly" - I like titles that resemble movies and that cover is so eye-catching. Is it a debut?

    Hi, Antonia! Yes, it is Kieran Kramer's debut. It has gotten great reviews and I've heard others compare her to Julia Quinn. Her second book is a December release and comes out at the end of this month!

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  40. runner10, you will LOVE Nora's Happy Ever After. It is the perfect ending to the series!

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  41. Thanks, Karyn! I'm glad you like it. Thanks so much for your recs! I have Regency Christmas Proposals on my list for my annual Christmas reading. :)

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  42. Gosh!!! There are some very exciting books coming out this month!! There are too many to choose from. I have read Lorelei James- All Jacked Up. When I first started this series, I wasn't sure what my reaction was going to be. I've never read books like that, but after book 1, I was hooked!! All Jacked Up was definitely one of my favs of this series so far!

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  43. Another great list, Andrea! How will I possibly read all of the books that I want???

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  44. Loved Sarah MacLean's Ten Ways just like her first book, and thinking of fun and light, When Harry Met Sally is looking like another fun one I need to get. And of course, I loved Nalini's Play of Passion, Drew was a very sexy and charming wolf, I ended up liking him a lot.

    I've read one of the tales in Princess in His Bed so far, sexy and fun. Loved Heath's Passions of a Wicked Earl and looking forward to his brother's story next. Follow Willig's series, need to get this latest.

    So many of these I want, I do have now in the TBR the Enoch, Lydia Dare, Emmay Holly, Krinard, Laurens, Cornick, London, Kleypas, Andersen, Archer, Beck, Bretton, Jasper, Monk, Warren and Haunted by Your Touch anthology.

    So looks like I'm moving along pretty good getting Nov. releases. One new author I'm seeing a lot about and definitely want to try is Marcella Burnard, got my attention.

    Happy Thanksgiving to all! Aside from all the great food, especially those homemade pies, it's good to be able to have time with family and close friends with our busy schedules, making it hard to just sit and chat.

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  45. Andrea, I thoroughly enjoyed both books though they were quite different.

    With Kieran's book, I have to admit the title threw me, and at times I kept wanting to draw similarities to the movie but was glad when I didn't find any. :-)

    Sarah is always a delight. I loved her Nine Rules and I was just waiting with great anticipation for Ten Ways and it did not disappoint. I loved Lord Nicholas. I wanted him for myself. I thought he was much too good for Isabel. *grin*

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  46. I’m most looking forward to reading:

    Ten Ways to Be Adored When Landing a Lord – Sarah MacLean &

    When Harry Met Molly – Kieran Kramer.

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  47. Hi, Megan! Thanks for the rec of Lorelei James's books. I always love discovering a new (to me) author!

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  48. Gannon said: How will I possibly read all of the books that I want???

    LOL, Gannon! You can't! That's what makes recommendations so important. ;-)

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  49. Oh, Pam...homemade pies...yum! I make a peanut butter pie that my hubby and kids LOVE. So good. But my favorite thing is the deep-fried turkey. It is THE BEST!!

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  50. Daz said: I thought he was much too good for Isabel.

    LOL!! Aren't all the heroes that we're currently reading too good for the heroines? Because they are perfect for us! ;-)

    Now I really can't wait to read these!!

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  51. Those are my top ones, too, Kirsten! Along with Lisa Kleypas's new contemp. *g*

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  52. So many books, so little time! (rallying cry of readers everywhere)

    - Side Jobs (even though I've read most of the Harry Dresden short stories)
    - Wicked Wonderland
    - any new Charles De Lint
    - a whole slew of historicals

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