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Friday, March 7, 2014

New Releases for March

Is it just me or does it seem like it was just yesterday that I posted the New Releases for February?! My goodness, time is flying. During that time, my kids and I finished the Harry Potter series. As you remember, it was my daughter’s first time reading the series, and to say that she loved it is an understatement. I couldn’t be happier that my kids share not only my love of reading, but also my love of Harry Potter! J Have you read the Harry Potter series? If so, which book is your favorite?

As always, there are a ton of new releases this month and plenty of choices for everyone. I’ve not yet read any of the March releases, but am looking forward to a few, such as The Bride Says Maybe by Cathy Maxwell, Loving Lord Ash by Sally Mackenzie, and The Rebel Pirate by Donna Thorland.

Which March 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 April, happy reading!



Historical

The Daring Ladies of Lowell (Historical Fiction)
The Bride Insists – Jane Ashford
Queen Elizabeth’s Daughter – Anne Clinard Barnhill (Historical Fiction)
A Wicked Pursuit – Isabella Bradford
The Scandalous Duke Takes a Bride – Tiffany Clare
The Dark Affair – Máire Claremont
The Cowboy’s Reluctant Bride – Debra Cowan
Pleasing the Pirate – Sharon Cullen (e-book)
An Heir of Uncertainty – Alyssa Everett (e-book)
The Lost Sisterhood – Anne Fortier (Historical Fiction)
Sapphires Are an Earl’s Best Friend – Shana Galen
Secrets at Court – Blythe Gifford
Seducing Ingrid Bergman – Chris Greenhalgh (Historical Fiction)
When the Duke Was Wicked – Lorraine Heath
Churchill’s Angels – Ruby Jackson (Historical Fiction)
The Jade Temptress – Jeannie Lin (e-book)
The Trouble with Honor – Julia London
Loving Lord Ash – Sally Mackenzie
At the Highwayman’s Pleasure –Sarah Mallory
The Bride Says Maybe – Cathy Maxwell
The Raider – Monica McCarty
The Fall of a Saint – Christine Merrill
Desperately Seeking Suzanna – Elizabeth Michels
Citadel – Kate Mosse (Historical Fiction)
The Boleyn Bride – Brandy Purdy (Historical Fiction)
City of Jasmine – Deanna Raybourn (Historical Fiction)
The Harem Midwife – Roberts Rich (Historical Fiction)
Fallen Beauty – Erika Robuck (Historical Fiction)
The Warrior’s Bride –Amanda Scott
The Rebel Pirate – Donna Thorland (Historical Fiction)
Passionately Yours - Cara Elliott (e-book)


Contemporary

Come a Little Bit Closer – Bella Andre
Baby, Be Mine – Vivian Arend (e-book)
Dark Deeds – Anne Marie Becker (Romantic Suspense, e-book)
Four Weddings and a Fireman – Jennifer Bernard
The Third Hill North of Town – Noah Bly (Women’s Fiction)
Where Evil Waits – Kate Brady (Romantic Suspense)
A Promise at Bluebell Hill – Emma Cane
The Chance – Robyn Carr
Three Souls – Janie Chang (Women’s Fiction)
Atonement – B.J. Daniels (Romantic Suspense)
Close Pursuit – Cindy Dees (Romantic Suspense)
A Killing Touch – Nikki Duncan (Romantic Suspense)
What a Woman Wants – Judi Fennell
Tempting Fate – Jane Green (Women’s Fiction)
Clever Girl – Tessa Hadley (Women’s Fiction)
Pack Up the Moon – Rachael Herron (Women’s Fiction)
Two Sisters – Mary Hogan (Women’s Fiction)
Liberty – Ginger Jamison
Thrown for a Curve – Sugar Jamison
A Prince Among Men –Cat Johnson
Carolina Man – Virginia Kantra
Hard as You Can – Laura Kaye (Romantic Suspense)
The Assassin’s Heart – J.A. Kazimer (Romantic Suspense)
Beneath the Patchwork Moon – Alison Kent
A Changing Marriage – Susan Kietzman (Women’s Fiction)
Turn Up the Heat – Kimberly Kincaid
You Should Have Known – Jean Hanff Korelitz (Women’s Fiction)
Some Like it Wild – M. Leighton
Off the Record – K.A. Linde
House of Glass – Sophie Littlefield (Women’s Fiction)
Evening Stars – Susan Mallery (Women’s Fiction)
Veil of Time – Claire R. McDougall (Women’s Fiction)
You Had Me at Hello – Mhairi McFarlane (Women’s Fiction)
The Sweetest Thing – Deborah Fletcher Mello
The All You Can Dream Buffet – Barbara O’Neal (Women’s Fiction)
A Man to Hold On To – Marilyn Pappano
The Cottage on Juniper Ridge – Sheila Roberts
Love Another Day – Gina Robinson (Romantic Suspense)
Love Game – Elise Sax
Shame on You – Tara Sivec
Always Unique – Nikki Turner (Women’s Fiction)
The Replacement Wife – Tiffany L. Warren (Women’s Fiction)
Midsummer Magic – Julia Williams (Women’s Fiction)
Six Naughty Nights – Serenity Woods
Family Man – Heidi Cullinan & Marie Sexton


YA/Teen

White Hot Kiss – Jennifer L. Armentrout (Paranormal)
Mafia Girl – Deborah Blumenthal
Love and Chaos – Gemma Burgess (New Adult)
Ask Again Later – Liz Czukas
The Shadow Prince – Bree Despain (Paranormal)
Killer Frost – Jennifer Estep (Paranormal)
Best Kind of Broken – Chlsea Fine (New Adult, e-book)
The Edge of Water – Elizabeth George (Mystery)
Take a Chance – Abbi Glines (New Adult)
Steadfast – Claudia Gray (Paranormal)
Dangerous – Shannon Hale (Sci-Fi)
Maybe One Day – Melissa Kantor
The Secret Diamond Sisters – Michelle Madow
Deceiving Lies – Molly McAdams (New Adult)
Don’t Even Think About It – Sarah Mlynowski (Paranormal)
Panic – Lauren Oliver
Liv, Forever – Amy Talkington (Mystery)
Remnants of Tomorrow – Kassy Tayler (Paranormal)
Elusion – Claudia Gabel & Cheryl Klam (Futuristic)


Paranormal

Spirited – Mary Behre
Hearts of Chaos – Kira Brady
Willing Sacrifice – Shannon K. Butcher
Kissing with Fangs – Ashlyn Chase
A Monster and a Gentleman – Lila Dubois
The Problem with Promises – Leigh Evans
Reaper’s Vow – Sarah McCarty
Deception’s Web – Crista McHugh
Sun God Seeks…Surrogate? – Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
Angel Seduced – Jaime Rush
Silence of the Wolf – Terry Spear
Werewolf in Las Vegas – Vicki Lewis Thompson
Cole’s Redemption – J.D. Tyler


Urban Fantasy

Murder of Crows – Anne Bishop
Night Broken – Patricia Briggs
Grave Secret – Sierra Dean
Dweller on the Threshold – Rinda Elliott
The Undead Pool – Kim Harrison
Ghost Train to New Orleans – Mur Lafferty
Labyrinth of Stars – Marjorie M. Liu
Half-Off Ragnarok – Seanan McGuire
Night Owls – Lauren M. Roy
The Clockwork Wolf – Lynn Viehl


Erotica/Erotic Romance

Theirs to Cherish – Shayla Black
His to Possess – Opal Carew
Keeper of the Flame – Bianca D’Arc
With Strings Attached – Kelly Jamieson
Need You Tonight – Roni Loren
Given – Kelli Maine
Seduced by Fire – Tara Sue Me
Her Perfect Match – Jess Michaels (Historical)
The Banker and the Call Girl – Emily Sinclare (e-book)
Telling Tales – Charlotte Stein
Masked Innocence – Alessandra Torre
Ocean’s Kiss – Denise Townsend
Hot Shots – Anne Marsh, Lynn LaFleur, Stacey Kennedy

43 comments:

  1. We are a family of HARRY POTTER fans. Love that it's a series for all ages.

    I am yet to read any of the wonderful books on offer. As per usual I will go straight to the list of historical books.

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    1. Yay, Mary! I couldn't agree more. There is something very special about the Harry Potter books. : )

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  2. Wonderful selection!
    I'm going to try and read:
    Her Perfect Match – Jess Michaels (Historical)
    Sapphires Are an Earl’s Best Friend – Shana Galen
    A Wicked Pursuit – Isabella Bradford
    The Scandalous Duke Takes a Bride – Tiffany Clare
    Come a Little Bit Closer – Bella Andre
    When the Duke Was Wicked – Lorraine Heath
    The Trouble with Honor – Julia London
    The Bride Says Maybe – Cathy Maxwell
    Evening Stars – Susan Mallery (Women’s Fiction)
    The Chance – Robyn Carr
    Four Weddings and a Fireman – Jennifer Bernard

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    1. I hope you enjoy them all, Laurie!

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  3. Lots this month:
    What a Woman Wants
    Four Weddings and a Fireman
    The Chance
    Thrown for a Curve
    Beneath the Patchwork Moon\
    Carolina Man
    Evening Stars
    A Man to Hold On To

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    1. I love contemporaries, too, Pat. Enjoy!

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  4. I've read The Bride Says Maybe (Cathy Maxwell,) The Undead Pool (Kim Harrison) and The Chance (Robyn Carr.) All were enjoyable. I'm looking forward to reading Love Game (Elise Sax) and Werewolf in Las Vegas (Vicki Lewis Thompson.) Thanks for the list.

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    1. You bet! Thanks for stopping by, LSUReader. : )

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  5. I haven't read any of the new March releases. However, these are the ones' that I'm looking forward to reading so as I can fall in love over and over again.

    The Bride Insists – Jane Ashford
    A Wicked Pursuit – Isabella Bradford
    The Scandalous Duke Takes a Bride – Tiffany Clare
    The Dark Affair – Máire Claremont
    Sapphires Are an Earl’s Best Friend – Shana Galen
    When the Duke Was Wicked – Lorraine Heath
    Loving Lord Ash – Sally Mackenzie
    At the Highwayman’s Pleasure –Sarah Mallory
    The Bride Says Maybe – Cathy Maxwell
    The Raider – Monica McCarty
    The Fall of a Saint – Christine Merrill
    Desperately Seeking Suzanna – Elizabeth Michels
    The Warrior’s Bride –Amanda Scott
    The Rebel Pirate – Donna Thorland (Historical Fiction)

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    1. Great historical book list, Diane! Enjoy!

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  6. I've read and enjoyed:

    The Bride Says Maybe by Cathy Maxwell
    Desperately Seeking Suzanna by Elizabeth Michels
    The Rebel Pirate by Donna Thorland
    Caroliina Man by Virginia Kantra

    Looking forward to:

    The Scandalous Duke Takes a Bride by Tiffany Clare
    When the Duke Was Wicked by Lorraine Heath
    The Raider by Monica McCarty
    The Chance by Robyn Carr
    The All You Can Dream Buffet by Barbara O'Neal
    The Cottage on Juniper Ridge by Sheila Roberts
    Passionately Yours by Cara Elliott
    ...and many more!

    Stay tuned! I went to Elizabeth Michels' launch party for Desperately Seeking Suzanna and picked up signed copies of both of her books to give away here at TRD sometime in the next couple weeks!

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    1. Awesome! Thanks for letting us know, PJ!

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  7. I'm only here to say what my favorite HP book was: book 7 (though book 6 is a close second and seems to be written more tightly.) Oh, a brilliant wonderful book.

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    1. I love book 7, too, Hellie. My daughter said her favorite was book 5 with book 7 close behind.

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  8. We are a three-generation Harry Potter-fan family. We love the books and the movies. Book 7 is my favorite and the one I've read most, despite its being the final one.

    March brings us some fabulous books. I’ve already read the following and reviewed most of them:
    A Wicked Pursuit – Isabella Bradford
    Secrets at Court – Blythe Gifford
    When the Duke Was Wicked – Lorraine Heath
    The Trouble with Honor – Julia London
    The Bride Says Maybe – Cathy Maxwell
    The Fall of a Saint – Christine Merrill
    The Chance – Robyn Carr
    Carolina Man – Virginia Kantra
    Beneath the Patchwork Moon – Alison Kent
    Evening Stars – Susan Mallery
    The All You Can Dream Buffet – Barbara O’Neal
    The Cottage on Juniper Ridge – Sheila Roberts

    Another eight are on my Kindle waiting to be read.
    The Scandalous Duke Takes a Bride – Tiffany Clare
    The Dark Affair – Máire Claremont
    The Jade Temptress – Jeannie Lin
    Loving Lord Ash – Sally Mackenzie
    City of Jasmine – Deanna Raybourn
    Passionately Yours - Cara Elliott
    The Third Hill North of Town – Noah Bly
    A Man to Hold On To – Marilyn Pappano

    These are on my wish list:
    Desperately Seeking Suzanna – Elizabeth Michels
    A Promise at Bluebell Hill – Emma Cane
    Tempting Fate – Jane Green
    Thrown for a Curve – Sugar Jamison
    A Changing Marriage – Susan Kietzman
    House of Glass – Sophie Littlefield

    I only hope I can read the books in the last two groups before the March 25 and April 1 releases when an extraordinary number of my autobuy authors have new books.

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    1. Janga, my son has read that one (his favorite) the most, too. In fact, he read it before Deathly Hallows part 1 and again before DH part 2 came out at the theater. Sometimes he'll just sit and read his favorite parts over and over again. It does my heart good. *g* We also love the movies!

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  9. Well frankly I'm glad to get rid of freezing February lol. As usual, I first look at the historicals and they all look good to me lol.

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    1. I bet you are, catslady! I hope you have warmer weather soon and enjoy the historicals!

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  10. I recently read The Reculant Bride by Debra Cowan and highly recommend it you're looking for a marriage of convenience historical romance

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    1. Excellent! Thanks for the rec, jcp!

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  11. I am reading Baby, Be Mine by Vivian Arend, so far I am loving it.
    I'm also looking forward to reading The Undead Pool by Kim Harrison and the Hot Shots anthology.

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    1. Please come back and let us know how it is after you've read it, elaing8. Thanks!

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  12. I haven't read any of March release's yet.

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    1. Well, when you do, I hope you enjoy them, Quilt Lady!

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  13. work & life interfering w/ my reading time :( but looking but a few on hand or on the way that I'm forward to getting to before too long :)
    Loving Lord Ash – Sally Mackenzie
    Willing Sacrifice – Shannon K. Butcher
    Kissing with Fangs – Ashlyn Chase

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    1. I can so relate, gamistress. Between chorus and band practice/performances, homework, and work, I'm surprised I have any time to read at all.

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  14. Andrea, is that a monthly assignment or a yearly assignment?!?!!! I read Harry Potter nine times! and will read again. Oh, no I'm not HP fan at all as you can see.
    and right now, I'm going for...

    Historical Romance: Passionately Yours - Cara Elliott (e-book)
    The Raider – Monica McCarty
    The Trouble with Honor – Julia London

    Contemporary Romance: Love Game – Elise Sax
    The All You Can Dream Buffet – Barbara O’Neal (Women’s Fiction)
    House of Glass – Sophie Littlefield (Women’s Fiction)
    Come a Little Bit Closer – Bella Andre

    But these aren't all I'll be reading though. ;)





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    1. LOL!! Joy, you are hilarious! You are my HP buddy, for sure. ;)

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  15. Haven't read any of these, but really looking forward to Monica McCarty's "The Raider." I'm a fan of the Highland Guard series.

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    1. Great choice, Jane! I haven't read any of McCarty's latest, but I love her earlier books.

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  16. I am hoping it will be warm soon. I haven't read any March releases yet but I want to read:
    Baby, Be Mine – Vivian Arend
    Carolina Man – Virginia Kantra
    Hard as You Can – Laura Kaye
    to start with.

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    1. Maureen, I am ready for SUMMER! :)

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  17. Great job with the new titles!! A lot of comtempary books I want and of course the Shayla Black book...

    Donna

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    1. Thanks, Donna! I hope you enjoy them. ;)

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  18. Loved the Harry Potter series. I was a children's librarian when most of the books came out. It was great fun sharing the books with the kids and having parties when the movies came out. We'd have an afternoon of Potter book related activities, they would come in costume, and we would walk to the theater (which was 2 blocks away), and they would stay in costume and in character while in line. It is lucky it was a small town and a small theater, because we were not quiet, often "participating" in the movie. People were very tolerant. We had a great time. I really miss that job. We attended the Twilight movies and did sort of the same things as we did for Harry Potter. I would have had a great time with the Hunger Games movies.

    I have given up trying to list the ones I want to read. Except for the Erotica, I pretty much want to read them all.

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    1. What sweet memories, librarypat! And what a cool idea. :)

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  19. Kimh
    Love to read belle Andre, shaya black,
    Thanks

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  20. I'm looking forward to: The Dark Affair – Máire Claremont, Sapphires are an Earl's Best Friend - Shana Galen, The Trouble with Honor, Julia London, Killer Frost – Jennifer Estep, and The Clockwork Wolf – Lynn Viehl.

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  21. I'm feeling pretty good about myself because I've actually already read a few of these! :D
    I've read:
    Sapphires Are an Earl’s Best Friend – Shana Galen (great ending for her Jewels of the Ton series!)
    Baby, Be Mine – Vivian Arend (cute story)
    Hard as You Can – Laura Kaye (Loved this book! Laura is a new auto-buy author for me.)
    Evening Stars – Susan Mallery (A moving second chance at love story)

    So many more I'm looking forward to. March is a fabulous month for reading!

    Marcy Shuler

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  22. Always a fabulous list of books to look forward to, I have my eyes on these ones in particular:

    Loving Lord Ash – Sally Mackenzie
    The Trouble with Honor – Julia London
    Sapphires Are an Earl’s Best Friend – Shana Galen
    The Bride Says Maybe – Cathy Maxwell

    Of course, all these and more will be added to my large TBR pile! :-)

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  23. Lots of historicals and contemporaries on my list this month! I'm especially looking forward to:

    Historical

    Sapphires Are an Earl’s Best Friend – Shana Galen
    When the Duke Was Wicked – Lorraine Heath
    The Trouble with Honor – Julia London
    Loving Lord Ash – Sally Mackenzie
    The Bride Says Maybe – Cathy Maxwell
    The Raider – Monica McCarty
    Passionately Yours - Cara Elliott (e-book) <-- although I'm debating if I want to wait a year until it's in print! :(
    Four Weddings and a Fireman – Jennifer Bernard
    A Promise at Bluebell Hill – Emma Cane
    Thrown for a Curve – Sugar Jamison
    Turn Up the Heat – Kimberly Kincaid
    Evening Stars – Susan Mallery

    So many good books, so little time!

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