Monday, November 7, 2011

New Releases for November

Wow, our Second Anniversary Celebration was a huge success—thanks in large part to YOU! PJ, Gannon, Buffie and I are truly thankful that each and every one of you took the time to join us and leave a comment. We couldn’t do it without you! And since Thanksgiving is this month (for those of us in the US), I thought we could all talk about things we’re thankful for. So, what are you thankful for today?

I’m thankful that we have so many great books to choose from in November (and every other month)! 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 random book from my prize stash!

Until December, happy reading!




Historical

Never Love a Highlander – Maya Banks
To Pleasure a Duke – Sara Bennett
The Black Hawk – Joanna Bourne
The Virtuoso – Grace Burrowes
A Winter Scandal – Candace Camp
Desired – Nicola Cornick
Prince of Ravenscar – Catherine Coulter
The Marshal and Miss Merritt – Debra Cowan
Too Wicked to Wed – Cara Elliott
Pride & Passion – Charlotte Featherstone
Gentleman’s Master – Jo Ann Ferguson
The Lone Rancher – Carol Finch *
The Highlander’s Heart – Amanda Forester
A Most Dangerous Profession – Karen Hawkins *
Scandalous Desires – Elizabeth Hoyt *
Night Hawk – Beverly Jenkins
A Lone Star Christmas – William W. Johnstone & J.A. Johnstone (Historical Fiction)
Coming Home for Christmas – Carla Kelly
Cowboy Come Home – Janette Kenny
If You Give a Girl a Viscount – Kieran Kramer
Fortune’s Son – Emery Lee
The Pleasure of Bedding a Baroness – Tamara Lejeune
All About Seduction – Katy Madison
The Sinner – Margaret Mallory
The Viper – Monica McCarty *
Unmasking the Duke’s Mistress – Margaret McPhee
A Regency Christmas Carol – Christine Merrill *
The Lady Forfeits – Carole Mortimer *
The Lady Forfeits – Carole Mortimer
Engaged in Sin – Sharon Page
Gift-Wrapped Governess – Sophia James, Annie Burrows, Marguerite Kaye *

Contemporary

Capital Wives – Rochelle Alers (Women’s Fiction) *
Say You’ll Be Mine – Julia Amante (Women’s Fiction)
Holly Lane – Toni Blake
King’s Pleasure – Adrianne Byrd
Bring Me Home for Christmas – Robyn Carr
Highlander for the Holidays – Janet Chapman
The Wedding Quilt – Jennifer Chiaverini (Women’s Fiction)
A Love Built to Last – L.S. Childers
A Novel Seduction – Gwyn Cready
Real Men Will – Victoria Dahl
Sunrise on Cedar Key – Terri DuLong (Women’s Fiction)
Temporary Rancher – Ann Evans
Lost December – Richard Paul Evans (Women’s Fiction)
A Compromising Affair – Gwynne Forster
Baby It’s Cold Outside – Addison Fox
The Christmas Gift – Darlene Gardner
The Son He Never Knew – Kristi Gold
Proof of Heaven – Mary Curran Hackett (Women’s Fiction)
Until There Was You – Kristan Higgins
Promises, Promises – Erica James (Women’s Fiction)
Tall, Dark and Cowboy – Joanne Kennedy
Under the Skin – Vicki Lane (Women’s Fiction) *
All They Need – Sarah Mayberry
The Last Cowboy – Lindsay McKenna
The Daughter She Used to Be – Rosalind Noonan (Women’s Fiction)
Love’s Paradise – Celeste O. Norfleet *
Should Have Known Better – Grace Octavia (Women’s Fiction)
Love and Shame and Love – Peter Orner (Women’s Fiction)
Wyoming Tough – Diana Palmer
The Next Always – Nora Roberts
All Caught Up – Sophia Shaw
A Home by the Sea – Christina Skye *
Christmas in Montana – Kay Stockham
These Ties That Bind – Mary Sullivan
The Comforts of Home – Jodi Thomas
The Strangers on Montagu Street – Karen White (Women’s Fiction)
Intoxicating – Lori Wilde
Small Town Christmas – Jill Shalvis, Hope Ramsay, Katie Lane (e-book)
Holiday Hideout – Vicki Lewis Thompson, Jill Shalvis, Julie Kenner
Making Spirits Bright – Fern Michaels, Elizabeth Bass, Rosalind Noonan, Nan Rossiter

YA/Teen

Destined – P.C. Cast & Kristin Cast
Crossed – Ally Condie (Futuristic)
How to Rock Braces and Glasses – Meg Haston *
Darker Still – Leanna Renee Hieber (Paranormal)
Tiger’s Voyage – Colleen Houck (Paranormal)
Amplified – Tara Kelly
Mastiff – Tamara Pierce (Fantasy)
Au Revoir, Crazy European Chick – Joe Schreiber
The Space Between – Brenna Yovanoff (Paranormal)
Beautiful Chaos – Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl (Paranormal) *

Romantic Suspense

Hide from Evil – Jami Alden
High-Risk Reunion – Gail Barrett
The Heart of a Killer – Jaci Burton *
Razor’s Edge – Shannon K. Butcher
Cowboy’s Triplet Trouble – Carla Cassidy
Caress – Grayson Cole
Grayson – Delores Fossen
Camouflage Cowboy – Jan Hambright
Missing Mother-To-Be – Elle Kennedy
Against the Storm – Kat Martin
In Close – Brenda Novak
Secret Protector – Ann Voss Peterson
The Spy Who Left Me – Gina Robinson
Westin Family Ties – Alice Sharpe
Winter Haw’s Legend – Aimee Thurlo
If You Hear Her – Shiloh Walker
Decoded – Debra Webb
Risky Christmas – Jill Sorenson & Jennifer Morey

Paranormal

Lord of the Wolfyn – Jessica Andersen
Body Thief – C.J. Barry
Heart of Steel – Meljean Brook (Steampunk)
Embrace the Highland Warrior – Anita Clenney
Heart of Darkness – Lauren Dane
Dark Sins and Desert Sands – Stephanie Draven
Genie Knows Best – Judi Fennell
Adam – Jacquelyn Frank
The Storm that is Sterling – Lisa Renee Jones
The Guardian – Sherrilyn Kenyon
Avenger’s Angel – Heather Killough-Walden
Devilishly Hot – Kathy Love
The Hunter – Theresa Meyers (Steampunk)
Ecstasy Untamed – Pamela Palmer
Beauty Dates the Beast – Jessica Sims
Nightshine – Lynn Viehl
Not Your Ordinary Faerie Tale – Christine Warren
Claimed – Rebecca Zanetti
The Bite Before Christmas – Lynsay Sands & Jeaniene Frost
Tied with a Bow – Lora Leigh, Virginia Kantra, Eileen Wilkes, Kimberly Frost
The Real Werewives of Vampire County – Alexandra Ivy, Angie Fox, Jess Haines, Tami Dane

Urban Fantasy

Darkness Rising – Keri Arthur
Last Breath – Rachel Caine
Courting Darness – Yasmine Galernorn
Tricks of the Trade – Laura Anne Gilman
Under Attack – Hannah Jayne
Fire Works in the Hamptons – Celia Jerome
Trance – Kelly Meding
Magic on the Line – Devon Monk
Drink Deep – Chloe Neill
Flesh and Blood – Kristen Painter
Angel Town – Lilith Saintcrow
Death Magic – Eileen Wilks
The Shadow Reader – Sandy Williams

Erotica/Erotic Romance

Tempt Me – R.G. Alexander
Temptation at Twilight – Jo Carlisle (Paranormal)
What Happens After Dark – Jasmine Haynes
Wrangled and Tangled – Lorelei James
Pleasure Bound – Anne Rainey
Dangerous Master – Tawny Taylor (Paranormal)


* Released October 24th

51 comments:

  1. I have Risky Christmas by Jill Sorenson and Jennifer Morey. I've heard so many great things about Joanna's "The Black Hawk" and I'm excited about Grace's "The Virtuoso."

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  2. Wow, there's some great reading coming up, can't wait, so many of these are already on their way or on the To Read list.

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  3. I'm looking forward to If You Hear Her by Shiloh Walker and Razor's Edge by Shannon Butcher. But there are lots on that list i'm going to read.

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  4. Jane, I picked up The Black Hawk but haven't had a chance to read it yet. Hopefully soon!

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  5. Yes, there is, Beebs! We in the romance community are so blessed by so many books to choose from!

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  6. Great choices, TrishJ! I've heard wonderful things about Shiloh Walker's books. :)

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  7. I hate these new release booklists!!!! The pressure I feel to try and read them all since I like most of the genres listed. I know it's impossible, so many good books, so little time (and money).

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  8. November is another great month for books! I'm looking forward to:

    -Scandalous Desires by Elizabeth Hoyt
    -The Next Always by Nora Roberts
    -Until There Was You by Kristan Higgins

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  9. highly recommend The Black Hawk (Joanna Borne) & Scandalous Desires (Elizabeth Hoyt) -- both are great reads. Have A Most Dagerous Profession (Karen Hawkins) sitting here waiting for me to start this week. A couple others sound interesting & may end up on the tbr, but hoping to takle some of that pile before the end of month when some more must haves start coming out again. :)

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  10. There are two many books to choose from and they all look amazing. I can't wait to read Karen Hawkins new one.

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  11. There's no pressure, Anne! It's just a list to help you choose. :) And I agree--so many books, so little time!

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  12. Trisha, I bet you can't wait until Christmas break!

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  13. Wasn't Scandalous Desires awesome, gamistress66?! I loved it and can't wait for Hoyt's next book!

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  14. Rebekah, that one's on my TBB list, too!

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  15. I've already read The Black Hawk – Joanna Bourne, Scandalous Desires – Elizabeth Hoyt, Holly Lane – Toni Blake, Bring Me Home for Christmas – Robyn Carr, Until There Was You – Kristan Higgins, All They Need – Sarah Mayberry. A Home by the Sea – Christina Skye, Christmas in Montana –Kay Stockham, The Comforts of Home – Jodi Thomas, Holiday Hideout – Vicki Lewis Thompson, Jill Shalvis, Julie Kenner, and a few ereleases and reissues not on your list. I enjoyed them all, but The Black Hawk is not only one of my books of the year but also one of the best romances I've read ever.

    Already on a TBR shelf (paper or electronic) or on a TBB list are The Virtuoso – Grace Burrowes, Desired – Nicola Cornick, Too Wicked to Wed –Cara Elliott, A Most Dangerous Profession – Karen Hawkins,
    Coming Home for Christmas – Carla Kelly, If You Give a Girl a Viscount – Kieran Kramer, A Regency Christmas Carol – Christine Merrill, Highlander for the Holidays – Janet Chapman, The Wedding Quilt –Jennifer Chiaverini, The Next Always – Nora Roberts, The Strangers on Montagu Street – Karen White, Small Town Christmas – Jill Shalvis, Hope Ramsay, Katie Lane, Making Spirits Bright – Fern Michaels, Elizabeth Bass, Rosalind Noonan, Nan Rossiter, and In Close – Brenda Novak. With a big November deadline and Christmas rereads, it may be 2012 before I get to read all of them.

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  16. Scandalous Desires (Hoyt,) Until There Was You (Higgins,) and Heart of Steel (Brook) top my list. Thanks for the info.

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  17. I'm looking forward to reading The Black Hawk and The Next Always. I checked at both Target and Wal Mart and neither is carrying The Black Hawk. It's a shame that shelf space for mid-list authors is dwindling.

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  18. Sabrina Jeffries - To Wed a Wild Lord!

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  19. I have the Viper and The Virtuoso should be arriving any day now. Other books I am looking forward to is:
    The Black Hawk, Scandalous Desires and If You Hear Her.

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  20. I haven't read any of them yet. I have started reading my Christmas keepers since that list is getting huge.

    Some of the must buys for me are The Black Hawk by Joanna Bourne, A Winter Scandal by Candace Camp, Desired by Nicola Cornick and A Most Dangerous Profession by Karen Hawkins. There are many more but those are all auto buys for me.

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  21. Janga, with as fast as you read, I'm sure you'll read them by the end of the year. :) Good luck with your deadline!

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  22. Great list, LSUReader! And, you're welcome. :)

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  23. Flesh and Blood by Kristen Painter and Shadow Reader by Sandy Williams I'm most looking forward too! These ladies keep getting crazily good reviews ;)

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  24. I hear you, Penfield. I bought mine at my local B&N after looking for it twice at Target. I was really surprised not to find it there. You're right--it is a shame.

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  25. I just bought Against The Storm by Kat Martin and I won Missing Mother-To-Be from Elle Kennedy. So many good books coming out and not enough money to buy them. I am really looking forward to reading To Wed A Wild Lord by Sabrina Jeffries when it is released later this month.

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  26. Na, when I first read your comment I read "the Viper and The Virtuoso" and did a double take. LOL! Wouldn't that be an interesting book!

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  27. Dianna, when I had more time to read for pleasure, I used to do that. I miss those days!

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  28. Ooooh, thanks, kara-karina! I'll have to check them out!

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  29. I hope you enjoy them, Cathy P!

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  30. Great list! The very first one Never Love a HIghlander by Maya Banks is an awesome read. That series was great love Maya's books.

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  31. So many fabulous books but I would like to single out Gwyn Cready's A NOVEL SEDUCTION - a contemporary parady and tribute of the entire romance genre! It will make you laugh, cry, and be glad you are a romance reader!

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  32. There are some great books coming this month.
    I am reading Joanna Bourne's The Black Hawke at the moment and loving it next up will be Pamela Palmer's new one

    I gotta get more time to read LOL

    Have Fun
    Helen

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  33. There are so many great books this month, but I haven't had a chance to read any of them yet. I'm looking forward to these books the most:
    Scandalous Desires – Elizabeth Hoyt
    If You Give a Girl a Viscount – Kieran Kramer
    Heart of Steel – Meljean Brook
    The Hunter – Theresa Meyers
    Darkness Rising – Keri Arthur
    Trance – Kelly Meding

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  34. Virginia, between yours and PJ's raves, I really need to read this series! Thanks!

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  35. Oh, Kim, thanks so much for the rec! I'll definitely have to pick that one up. :)

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  36. Helen, I'm jealous that you're reading it. *g* I hope you love it!

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  37. Great choices, Barbara! I'm looking forward to Kieran's, too. :)

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  38. I can't wait to read Nora Robert's The Next Always.

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  39. I am looking forward to The Black Hawk by Joanna Bourne. Her books are amazing.

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  40. I read 'Heart of Darkness – Lauren Dane' & Loved it. I'm not a big reader of paranormals, but this one makes me want more. I'm looking forward to Grance's 'The Virtuoso'.

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  41. runner10, I'm reading it right now and it is great so far!

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  42. I agree, Maureen! And I'm looking forward to TBH, too!

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  43. Thanks for the rec, Di! I'll have to check that one out. ;-)

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  44. Another good month for books...Looking forward to Holly Lane and a lot of the others...Thanks for keeping us in the know

    Donna

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  45. Am looking forward to Holly Lane - by Toni Blake. Havent read any Nov. releases yet.

    Currently reading anthol - Under the Mistletoe by Irene Brand and Anita Higman.

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  46. Another month of great books and not nearly enough time to read them all. I am still trying to catch up on all the books from the last time.

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  47. I immediately take note of all the Historical reads. I have not read any yet, but hope to soon.

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  48. I want all of them. Okay I really want:
    Historical-Cara Elliott, Karen Hawkins, Kieran Kramer-love Impossible Bachelor series, and Katy Madison.
    Contemporary-Robyn Carr, Kristin Higgins, and Nora Roberts.
    Romantic Suspence-Roxanne St Clair is a great writer-love her Angelino's series, and Jaci Burton.
    Paranormal(a lot that I want, thank god Christmas is coming, gift cards please Santa)Lauren Dane(fav is Chase Brothers series), Jacquelyn Frank, Lisa Renee Jones, Anita Clenney, and Pamela Palmer.
    Urban Fantasy-Kristen Painter-want the whole series, Chloe Neill, and Rachel Caine.
    I have in TBR pie-The Real Werewives of Vampire County, A Bite Before Christmas, and Against The Storm.
    My list is huge, but this is part of my wish list and what I would like to buy for myself.
    I would love to win any book that you would give me. There a few on my list. Thanks for the chance to win.
    christinebails@yahoo.com

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  49. I am so under the gun right now with reading that I'll have to pass on the new releases for right now.
    I still have about 400 pages to read in my book club book "The Dove Keepers" by Alice Hoffman. And the meeting is on Thursday of this week!
    I have also been lucky enough to have received an advance readers copy of Connie Brockway's latest endeavor into Epublishing, "The Other Guy's Bride." It's the sequel to "As You Desire" and I decided to reread that first book in order to be able to comment intelligently on the new one. All I can say now is LOOK OUT!
    Anyway I am bookmarking your list of November releases and will look at them ASAP! A special thank you to you PJ!

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  50. I'm trying not to look at the new releases because I have too many in my TBR pile.

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