Thursday, September 5, 2013

New Releases for September

Well, my kids have settled into the new school year nicely, though they are already busy, busy, busy with homework and extra-curricular activities. Both kids have already had a school project and I fear that is a sign of things to come. LOL! 

My kids and I are currently reading through the Harry Potter series together. It is my son’s fourth time, my second time, and my daughter’s first time. We are having a lot of fun reading and speaking like the characters do! Have you read the Harry Potter series? 

There are a bunch of September romances I am looking forward to, including Anna Campbell’s A Rake’s Midnight Kiss and Theresa Romain’s It Takes Two to Tangle. 

Which September 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 October, happy reading!

 

 

Historical 

Rumors – Louise Allen
I Married the Duke – Katharine Ashe
The Arrangement – Mary Balogh
The Trouble with Being a Duke – Sophie Barnes
A Rake’s Midnight Kiss – Anna Campbell
The Outlaw Knight – Elizabeth Chadwick (Historical Fiction)
True Spies – Shana Galen
The Storycatcher – Ann Hite (Historical Fiction)
Mistress at Midnight – Sophia James
Flirting with Fortune – Erin Knightley
Say Yes to the Duke – Kieran Kramer
The Ballad of Emma O’Toole – Elizabeth Lane
The Lotus Palace – Jeannie Lin
In Falling Snow – Mary-Rose MacColl (Historical Fiction)
A Most Devilish Rogue – Ashlyn Macnamara
The Sleeping Dictionary – Sujata Massey (Historical Fiction)
The Runaway Countess – Amanda McCabe
The Ruin of a Rogue – Miranda Neville
Sometimes a Rogue – Mary Jo Putney
To Wed a Wicked Highlander – Victoria Roberts
It Takes Two to Tangle – Theresa Romain
Swimming in the Moon – Pamela Schoenewaldt (Historical Fiction)
The Knight’s Temptress – Amanda Scott
The Wife He Always Wanted – Cheryl Ann Smith
Unraveled by the Rebel – Michelle Willingham 

 

Contemporary 

One Night Stand – Kendall Banks (Women’s Fiction)
Little Island – Katharine Britton (Women’s Fiction)
The Hero – Robyn Carr
Necessary Lies – Diane Chamberlain (Women’s Fiction)
For the Love of Magic – Janet Chapman (Light Paranormal)
Carissima – Rosanna Chiofalo (Women’s Fiction)
The Suite Life – Suzanne Corso (Women’s Fiction)
Lexie – Kimberly Dean
The Player & the Game – Shelly Ellis
Worth the Challenge – Karen Erickson
Gentle on My Mind – Susan Fox
Covet – Tracy Garvis Graves (Women’s Fiction)
Sister Betty Says I Do – Pat G’Orge-Walker (Women’s Fiction)
Trinity Falls – Regina Hart
The Hive – Gill Hornby (Women’s Fiction)
Dangerous Curves Ahead – Sugar Jamison
The Sweetheart Bargain – Shirley Jump
Delectable – Adrianne Lee
Everything for Us – M. Leighton
You Knew Me When – Emily Liebert (Women’s Fiction)
Coming Clean – Sue Margolis (Women’s Fiction)
Two of a Kind – Yona Zeldis McDonough (Women’s Fiction)
The Disenchanted Widow – Christina McKenna (Women’s Fiction)
Big Sky Wedding – Linda Lael Miller
A Time for Home – Alexis Morgan
The Derby Girl – Tamara Morgan (e-book)
Love Overdue – Pamela Morsi
The Returned – Jason Mott (Women’s Fiction)
Between a Mother and Her Child – Elizabeth Noble (Women’s Fiction)
The Good Wife – Jane Porter (Women’s Fiction)
Unexpectedly You – Lily Santana (e-book)
The Gallery of Vanished Husbands – Natasha Solomons (Women’s Fiction)
Constance – Rosie Thomas (Women’s Fiction)
Equilibrium – Lorrie Thomson (Women’s Fiction)
The Wishing Thread – Lisa Van Allen (Women’s Fiction) 

 

YA/Teen 

The Coldest Girl in Coldtown – Holly Black (Paranormal)
Sweet Legacy – Tera Lynn Childs (Fantasy)
Relic – Renee Collins (Paranormal)
Conjured – Sarah Beth Durst (Paranormal)
Real – Katy Evans (New Adult)
The Song of the Quarkbeast – Jasper Fforde (Fantasy)
Just for Now – Abbi Glines (New Adult)
Sunblind – Michael Griffo (Paranormal)
All of You – Christina Lee (e-book, New Adult)
Two Boys Kissing – David Levithan
Wait for You – J. Lynn (New Adult)
Scorched – Mari Mancusi (Paranormal)
3:59 – Gretchen McNeil (Sci-Fi)
The 100 – Kass Morgan (Futuristic)
Fangirl – Rainbow Rowell (New Adult)
The Dream Thieves – Maggie Stiefvater (Fantasy)
The Burning Sky – Sherry Thomas (Paranormal)
Rose under Fire – Elizabeth Wein (Historical)
Unthinkable – Nancy Werlin (Fantasy)
The Chaos of Stars – Kiersten White (Fantasy)
The Final Descent – Rick Yancey (Paranormal)
Frozen – Melissa de la Cruz & Michael Johnston (Futuristic)
Fire with Fire – Jenny Han & Siobhan Vivian 

 

Romantic Suspense 

High Passion – Vivian Arend
Mystery Man – Kristen Ashley
Blue Forever – Nina Bruhns
Nowhere Safe – Nancy Bush
W is for Wasted – Sue Grafton (Mystery)
Shooting Scars – Karina Halle (e-book)
Hollow Bones – CJ Lyons (Thriller)
Against the Mark – Kat Martin
High Country Rebel – Lindsay McKenna
Declan’s Cross – Carla Neggers
Thankless in Death – J.D. Robb
License to Love – Gina Robinson
The Wrong Girl – Hank Phillippi Ryan (Thriller)
Rush – Joan Swan (Paranormal)
The Protected – Shiloh Walker
Ruthless – Debra Webb
Bad Nights – Rebecca York 

 

Paranormal 

Diamond Dust – Vivian Arend
Twilight Hunter – Kait Ballenger
Deception Cove – Jayne Castle
How to Date a Dragon – Ashlyn Chase
Have Monster, Will Travel – Lila DuBois
Dark Lycan – Christine Feehan
Immortally Ever After – Angie Fox
Death’s Lover – Marie Hall (e-book)
Soul Kissed – Erin Kellison
Styxx – Sherrilyn Kenyon
Geek Girls Don’t Date Dukes – Gina Lamm
My Regelance Rake – J.L. Langley
Dark in the Woods – Rosemary Laurey
The Art of Stealing Time – Katie MacAlister
Vampires Need Not … Apply? – Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
Half Blind – Christine Price
The Five Deaths of Roxanne Love – Erin Quinn
Must Love Fangs – Jessica Sims
The Vampire with the Dragon Tattoo – Kerrelyn Sparks
Hunter’s Heart – J.D. Tyler
Damek’s Redemption – N.J. Walters 

 

Urban Fantasy 

Corroded – Karina Cooper (e-book)
Heart of Venom – Jennifer Estep
Spirits from Beyond – Simon R. Green
Chosen – Benedict Jacka
Chimes at Midnight – Seanan McGuire
Blood Bond – Jeanne C. Stein
Ritual Magic – Eileen Wilks
Happy Hour in Hell – Tad Williams 

 

Erotica/Erotic Romance 

Uncommon Passion – Anne Calhoun
Against the Ropes – Sarah Castille
Maiden Flight – Bianca D’Arc (Paranormal)
The Juliette Society – Sasha Grey
Tear You Apart – Megan Hart
Slammed – Kelly Jamieson (e-book)
Revealing Us – Lisa Renee Jones
No Reservations – Stephanie Julian
When I’m with You – Beth Kery
Tremble – Tobsha Learner
No Rules – Jenna McCormick
A Million Dirty Secrets – C.L. Parker
Marrying Mari – Elyse Snow

36 comments:

  1. I can't wait to read Vivian Arend's "High Passion." I've read Katy Evans' "Real" and looking forward to its followup.

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  2. As usual, there are quite a few I'm looking forward to. Top of my list (and not listed above!!) is Jill Shalvis' Always On My Mind (book 8 of Lucky Harbor). I absolutely love that series!

    I'm also highly anticipating: I Married the Duke – Katharine Ashe, The Trouble with Being a Duke – Sophie Barnes, A Rake’s Midnight Kiss – Anna Campbell, Say Yes to the Duke – Kieran Kramer, It Takes Two to Tangle – Theresa Romain, Dangerous Curves Ahead – Sugar Jamison, The Sweetheart Bargain – Shirley Jump, Geek Girls Don’t Date Dukes – Gina Lamm, Against the Ropes – Sarah Castille

    Oh I'm sure there's more but I can't keep maxing out my TBR list so early in the month LOL

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    1. I love Jill's books, too, Ada. Love 'em. Have you read her Animal Magnetism series?

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    2. I sure have, Andrea! I can't wait for Rumor Has It. The release date seems soooo far away! Jill just doesn't seem to write a bad book!

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    3. I'm not sure how I forgot to put Jill on my list too. I'm not fully caught up on Lucky Harbor, that's my only excuse. :P

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  3. So many good books this month! I haven't read any although I have the Theresa Romain book and Kait Ballenger in my pile already. I'm really looking forward to reading Katharine Ashe and Kieran Kramer. They're my go-to historical romance books. Lots of others I want to read but mostly those 2 lovely ladies!

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    1. I hope you enjoy them, Anita! You'll have to let us know. ;-)

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  4. Another month of great stories available. I haven't read any yet but I am looking forward to reading the stories out by Anna Campbell, Vivien Arend and Shiloh Walker to start with.

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    1. Anna is a must-buy for me, Maureen!!

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  5. Looking f'd to the LLM and Robyn Carr books.
    Patoct

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  6. another month disappeared, alas the tbr pile hasn't ;) books coming out i'm looking forward to this month include A Rake’s Midnight Kiss – Anna Campbell and The Ruin of a Rogue – Miranda Neville along w/ a couple ebook releases Jennifer Ashley's The Untamed Mackenzie and Mina Carter's Blood Mate

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    1. I'm with you, gamistress. My TBR pile is OUT OF CONTROL. lol

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  7. I’ve already read the following and reviewed nine of them with two more reviews to write.

    I Married the Duke – Katharine Ashe
    The Arrangement – Mary Balogh
    A Rake’s Midnight Kiss – Anna Campbell
    Say Yes to the Duke – Kieran Kramer
    The Lotus Palace – Jeannie Lin
    In Falling Snow – Mary-Rose MacColl
    A Most Devilish Rogue – Ashlyn Macnamara
    The Ruin of a Rogue – Miranda Neville
    Sometimes a Rogue – Mary Jo Putney
    It Takes Two to Tangle – Theresa Romain
    The Hero – Robyn Carr
    Love Overdue – Pamela Morsi
    The Wishing Thread – Lisa Van Allen (Women’s Fiction)

    The following are either on my Kindle already or on my wish list:

    Rumors – Louise Allen
    Flirting with Fortune – Erin Knightley
    Swimming in the Moon – Pamela Schoenewaldt
    Necessary Lies – Diane Chamberlain
    For the Love of Magic – Janet Chapman
    The Sweetheart Bargain – Shirley Jump
    Coming Clean – Sue Margolis
    The Disenchanted Widow – Christina McKenna
    Between a Mother and Her Child – Elizabeth Noble
    The Good Wife – Jane Porter
    The Wrong Girl – Hank Phillippi Ryan
    The Song of the Quarkbeast – Jasper Fforde
    The Burning Sky – Sherry Thomas
    Deception Cove – Jayne Castle


    Plus a dozen Harlequin titles, a half dozen mysteries, and at least three not on your list:Carly’s Gift by Georgia Bockoven, Gabriel by Grace Burrowes, and The Untamed Mackenzie by Jennifer Ashley —you can see why September is stretching my time and my pocketbook. :)

    Ada, the Shalvis is on my list too, as are another six or so September 24 releases, but TRD counts those as October releases, I believe. They will show up on next month's list.

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    1. Janga, I always look forward to reading your reviews!!

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    2. Ahh good to know, Janga, thanks! I just had that one marked on my calendar lol

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  8. Never Desire a Duke by Lily Dalton and I Only Have Eyes For You by Bella Andre

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  9. I seem to be in the mood for historicals lately, so what I am most looking forward to are these books:

    I Married the Duke – Katharine Ashe
    The Arrangement – Mary Balogh
    True Spies – Shana Galen

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    1. That happens to me, too, Cheryl. Sometimes I just crave historicals and only historicals. :)

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  10. I've already read The Burning Sky by Sherry Thomas and it's very good. The first book reminded me in many ways of the original Star Wars Trilogy. If your kids like Harry Potter, then you should give this a try. Mary Balogh's book, The Arrangement, is only $1.99 at e-retailers, so I just purchased it. Finally, I may try Theresa Romain's and Shana Galen's new books. They sound interesting.

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    1. Ooooh, thanks for the rec, Kim! I'll definitely check it out. Thanks!

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  11. readin g beth kery whoo
    kim h

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  12. I just finished Mary Balogh's and Victoria Robert's newest and enjoyed both of them very much. I'm really looking forward to the historicals the most with a few others for variety.

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  13. Can't wait for Lori Foster- Getting Rowdy
    Sharon Sala- Going Once

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  14. I read the 1st 4 Harry Potter books when my son was younger, but they got too long & too dark after that, so we stopped. I have read The Trouble With Being a Duke & that was a great story. I have some of the others in a TBR. Happy September!

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  15. I picked up a copy of Styxx, but now have to find time to read it. Lol. :)

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  16. Have Read:
    The Hero – Robyn Carr
    Plaid to the Bone - Mia Marlowe (wasn't on your list but was a fabulous book...with the kilted hero on the cover)

    Want to Read:
    The Arrangement – Mary Balogh (I'm almost done with The Proposal now so this is up next)
    I Married the Duke – Katharine Ashe
    The Trouble with Being a Duke – Sophie Barnes
    A Rake’s Midnight Kiss – Anna Campbell
    True Spies – Shana Galen
    Flirting with Fortune – Erin Knightley
    Say Yes to the Duke – Kieran Kramer
    A Most Devilish Rogue – Ashlyn Macnamara
    The Ruin of a Rogue – Miranda Neville
    It Takes Two to Tangle – Theresa Romain
    Unraveled by the Rebel – Michelle Willingham

    So many great Historicals out this month!

    Marcy Shuler
    bmndshuler(at)hotmail(dot)com

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    1. And how could I forget THE UNTAMED MACKENZIE by Jennifer Ashley? I can't wait to read this book as I love this series!

      Marcy Shuler

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  17. Great list--thanks. The only one I've read so far is Jennifer Estep's Heart of Venom, which I really enjoyed. I'm planning to read several others, including:

    W is for Wasted – Sue Grafton
    Declan’s Cross – Carla Neggers
    The Ruin of a Rogue – Miranda Neville, and
    Sometimes a Rogue – Mary Jo Putney

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  18. As usual, All the Historicals are of interest. There just aren't enough days to read all the good books on the lists.

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  19. I married a Duke is on my list , as well as Geek girls don't date Dukes. Looking forward to reading Say Yes to the Duke...

    I guess it's now obvious that I have a weakness for Dukes ;)

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  20. We need to slow the months down so I have some chance of catching up.

    I re-read the HAARY POTTER books not long ago.

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  21. I have so many books on my tbr pile, I don't know which one to choose next..I have so many historical books to read, I might just to a month of historical reading only to put a dent in them.

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  22. I'm so excited for Sherry Thomas' YA novel!

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