Thursday, March 5, 2020
Welcome to March! Here's what's on the schedule for this month.
Tuesday, March 3 kicks things off with the blog tour review of TUCKER by Emily March. Stop by to read what I have to say about this second book in March's Eternity Springs spin-off trilogy: The McBrides of Texas.
Another blog tour takes center stage on Tuesday, March 10 with my review of WILD, WILD RAKE. Don't miss what I have to say about this final book in Janna MacGregor's Cavensham Brides series.
Leigh Duncan launches the Heart's Landing series with A SIMPLE WEDDING. Drop in Wednesday, March 11 to read my review of this heartwarming, small-town, contemporary romance from Hallmark Publishing.
On Wednesday, March 18, join me for an excerpt and giveaway of CAN'T HURRY LOVE by Melinda Curtis. This small-town, contemporary romance that launches Curtis's Sunshine Valley series is full of colorful characters with plenty of both laughter and tears.
Nancy will be here with a review of CRUSH THE KING on Thursday, March 19. This is the third book in Jennifer Estep's A Crown of Shards, romantic fantasy series.
Monday, March 23 brings the blog tour of THE SEA GLASS COTTAGE to the Dish. Stop by to read my thoughts about this new women's fiction novel by RaeAnne Thayne.
Don't miss an excerpt from Liz Talley's THE WEDDING WAR on Tuesday, March 24. This new women's fiction novel about friendship and family is one I had a hard time putting down.
Hellie shares her thoughts about AFTER SUNDOWN, a new thriller by Linda Howard and Linda Jones on Wednesday, March 25.
Join me Thursday, March 26 when I host Tracy Solheim for a Q&A and also review her new novel: BETWEEN LOVE AND HONOR. This third book in Solheim's Men of the Secret Service series, is filled with suspense, sizzle, and plenty of breath-stealing action.
On Friday, March 27, I'll share my thoughts about HIGHLAND SWORD by May McGoldrick. I can't wait to dive into this third book in their Royal Highlander series.
CAN'T HURRY LOVE makes a return appearance on Monday, March 30 when I share my review of this series-launching contemporary romance by Melinda Curtis.
If you're a regular here, you know how much I love Jennifer Ryan's ranchers and cowboys. Stop by Tuesday, March 31, when I share my review of Ryan's newest book in her Wild Rose Ranch series: TOUGH TALKING COWBOY. This story features a wounded cowboy/military hero with PTSD who made a brief appearance in Ryan's 2017 book (from another series), His Cowboy Heart. I've been hoping for his story ever since.
That's what's happening here at The Romance Dish in March. What are you looking forward to this month?
One randomly chosen person who comments on this post before 11:00 PM, March 6, will receive a signed, print copy of The Beast of Beswick by Amalie Howard.
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I've read a couple of the books already. I can hardly wait to read more of them. Great month to read if March Madness is not your thing.ReplyDelete
It'll be a busy month for me. I love March Madness and great books! :)Delete
I'd like to read The Sea Glass Cottage! I've been meaning to try her books but haven't yet. BTW, I enjoyed Highland Sword! I had not read the previous two in the series but did not feel lost. And Aidan is oh-so-swoon-worthy!ReplyDelete
Thayne is one of my favorite authors.Delete
I've read the first two McGoldrick books and am really looking forward to this third one. Glad to hear you enjoyed it!
Wild, Wild RakeReplyDelete
don't count me, I have The Beast of Beswick.
Thanks, Denise! I'm excited for Wild, Wild Rake too. I've really enjoyed this series.Delete
I'm looking forward to Janna, May's and Jennifer's books.ReplyDelete
I'm reading the Jennifer Ryan book now and it is so good!Delete
I want to read Emily March's Tucker - I read all the Eternity Springs books and also Jackson (the first book in this spin off series).ReplyDelete
Hope you enjoy Tucker as much as I did. He's so swoon-worthy.Delete
I have already finished a few of these books. And each of them was a pick of the litter. The others look very good and they are all by authors I really enjoy.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the heads up.
I'm looking forward to Melinda Curtis' Can't Hurry Love or Liz Talley's The Wedding War. Both sound good!! Plus, I've already Emily March's book, Janna MacGregor's, and Tracy Solheim's.ReplyDelete
Linda Howard's new book. It looks awesome. Great list of books for the month!ReplyDelete
I have been looking forward to Crush the King and After Sundown.ReplyDelete
Another great line-up. I am looking forward to attending the Romancing Williamsburg Retreat. It is the same weekend as the BookLovers Con 2020 in Nashville. Nashville is closer, but small conferences are nice.ReplyDelete
You have a very full month. I can't wait to read Nalini Singh's contemporary that comes out next Tuesday :)ReplyDelete
Not entering the giveaway
Love That he's books. Will be reading Highland Sword & Wild,Wild Take for sure.ReplyDelete
I am looking forward to Crush the King. I have the first 2 books in the series, but I haven't read them yet. I was waiting until this third one came out, so I could read them all at once.ReplyDelete
So many good books. Looking forward to Jennifer Ryan's new one and also Liz Talley. Getting better weather and cant wait to sit outside and enjoy a good book.ReplyDelete
I am looking forward to enjoying the Liz Talley book. Backyard in the sun and reading would be ideal.ReplyDelete
I would love to read Melinda Curtis's new book which sounds enjoyable.ReplyDelete
In reading, I'm looking forward to Sea Glass Cottage. Other than that, March itself is just glorious--flowers, sunshine and all! Enjoy!ReplyDelete
As always looking forward to the historicals first but there are lots of other good reads too!ReplyDelete
Lots of great sounding books for this month.ReplyDelete
Oooh, Tracy Solheim's newest sounds intriguing! Thanks for the month's sneak peek!ReplyDelete
I'm currently reading an ARC of highland sword its soooooo goodReplyDelete