Sunday, December 3, 2017
It's December, the last month of 2017. How in the world did that happen? Weren't we just celebrating New Year's Eve? It's been a good year for books; a good year for fun here at The Romance Dish. We hope we've entertained and enlightened you with our book reviews, guest author posts, interviews, and more. We hope you'll join us as we wind down the weeks to the end of this year and welcome in 2018 with great new books, blog tours, guest authors, and surprise giveaways. Happy December!
We launch this month on Monday, December 4 when Maggie Robinson joins us for a Q&A about her new book Redeeming Lord Ryder. This third book in her Cotswold Confidential historical romance series is an absolute delight!
Stop by Wednesday, December 6 to welcome Tawny Weber and the Harlequin Winter Holiday Traditions (+ Reads) Blog Tour. Tawny's newest Poseidon team/Navy SEAL novel, Call to Redemption was released October 31.
Update: Tawny Weber will be unable to join us December 6. Please stop by to read an excerpt from Gena Showalter's new contemporary romance, Can't Let Go.
I'll be sharing my thoughts about Victoria Alexander's newest book, The Lady Travelers Guide to Larceny with a Dashing Stranger. when the TLC blog tour stops her on Thursday, December 7. This second book in Alexander's Lady Travelers series takes readers to Venice, Italy for a new romantic adventure.
Friday, December 8 brings Berkley Bookmas to The Romance Dish. You'll want to be here for an excerpt from Marry in Scandal, Anne Gracie's highly anticipated second book in her Marriage of Convenience series. The book will be released April 3, 2018.
Join us for all this and more during the merry month of December!
Do you celebrate any of the December holidays?
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What books are you looking forward to this month?
One randomly chosen person leaving a comment on today's post will receive a Kindle copy of Redeeming Lord Ryder.
One randomly chosen person leaving a comment on today's post will receive a Kindle copy of Tawny Weber's Call to Redemption.