Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Coming Attractions







Happy New Year! I hope you all had a happy holiday season and are ready for 2018. It looks to be an exciting year for new books! We'll be talking about the titles we're most anticipating later this month. I have a lot of books to read and review this month (I was under reading restrictions for most of December due to an eye injury and am woefully behind) so most of our posting space has been reserved for that. We do have a few authors who will be visiting us and, of course, if I add any to the schedule during the month I'll update the Coming Attractions post. You can always click the 'What's Happening' link on the right side of the page for a complete listing. 

Here's to a happy, healthy 2018 filled with good friends, great books, and plenty of fun!



On Tuesday, January 9 we'll be participating in the Release Day Blitz for Marilyn Baron's new novel, The Siege. I'm excited to begin my 2018 reading with this mainstream women's fiction novel set in Italy, the country of my heart. 







Janga will return with a new On Second Thought review on Monday, January 15






We'll be joining the Jamie Beck review tour on Thursday, January 25 with Janga's review of All We Knew, the second book in Beck's The Cabots contemporary romance series. Click here to read Janga's review of the first book in the series, Before I Knew.







Stop by Wednesday, January 31 to read an excerpt from Kat Martin's next novel, Beyond Danger. This romantic suspense tale is the second book in Martin's Texas Trilogy. 




Are there any books coming out in January that you're excited about? One of my most anticipated is Every Dog Has His Day by Jenn McKinlay. She returns to Bluff Point, Maine for the third story in what has become one of my favorite new contemporary romance series. 

What are you looking forward to this month? 










16 comments:

  1. Any new contemp romance, I think the new JS Scott Sinclair one comes out in Feb.

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  2. The new year is starting off with some great January reads, PJ. Kare Moore's A Guide to Husband Hunting in London released today. It's been too long since we had a historical from her. I'm also looking forward to Laura Lee Guhrke's The Trouble with True Love, Jill Shalvis's About That Kiss, Lauren Willig's The English Wife--and, of course, at the end of the month, Manda Collins's Wallflower Most Wanted.

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    1. Lots of good one on the schedule, Janga!

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  3. Looking forward to a new Manda Collins book

    denise

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  4. Runaway Groom by Lauren Layne comes out January 30th I think. I love her books.

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  5. Promise Not to Tell by Jayne Ann Krentz. It came out today and I am on the waiting.

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    1. Pamela, Jayne Ann Krentz is one of my auto buys so I don’t know how I missed that one. I’ll have to get that. Thanks for letting me know.

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  6. Jamie Beck's, Laura Trentham has a new one out, and Carly Phillips' Tempt Me.

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  7. There's a new JD Robb In Death book coming out at the end of January

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  8. Her Big Mistake by Lucy King, Let It Be Me by Jody Holford, The Girlfriend by Michelle Frances, Bitter Truth by CJ Carmichael, Here Comes The Sun by Marie Force, and A Merciful Secret by Kendra Elliott.

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  9. I'm not sure which books are coming out this month. Will be looking for historicals.

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  10. PJ, I am so excited that my new book will be featured on your blog, Happy New Year.

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  11. I ' m not sure of all the books but JD Robb's Dark In Death as well as Nora Robert's book (can't remember name but bhas Shelter in title )That's terrible lol. Then Donna Grant's Constantine in her Dark King series. JAK's Promise Not To Tell. I will be looking into Jame Beck's Cabot series as well ads Marilyn Brown's The Seige. Both new Authors for me.
    Carol Luciano
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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  12. I'm looking forward to every single Historical Romance book coming out, and also "Death Below Stairs" by Jennifer Ashley.

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  13. Kat Martin is a favorite and I look forward to BEYOND DANGER. I have enjoyed her books from all the sub-genre she writes in.

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