We're rounding the far corner and heading for home. Only two months left in 2020. How has this year gone so fast while feeling like it's lasted 40 years?!? I've kept November's schedule a bit light to give me time to catch up on all the great books that have released this fall. While I don't have a lot scheduled at the moment, keep an eye on updates throughout the month. There will be more reviews and some giveaways popping up!
Kicking off the month on Sunday, November 1 is a review of Justified Misfortune by Lori Matthews. This new romantic suspense novella is set within the established Brotherhood Protectors World but is a standalone story.
Monday, November 2 brings a tour review of The Wrong Kind of Woman, a debut novel by Sarah McCraw Crow set within the tumultuous early 1970's when women were beginning to find their voices and fighting for equality.
Stop by Tuesday, November 3 to check out my review of In the Wrong Sights by Tracy Brody, a new installment in Brody's steamy, action-packed Bad Karma Special Ops military romantic suspense series.
Wednesday, November 4 brings a review and giveaway of One Charmed Christmas, a new rom-com by Sheila Roberts. In the mood for a festive European river cruise with an eclectic group of strangers? This one has you covered.
Hellie shares her thoughts about Simmer Down by Sarah Smith on Thursday, November 5. This one will have you dreaming of tropical islands, delicious food, and fun romance.
Get ready for action-packed suspense and thrills when I share my thoughts about Spider Hunting by K. J. McGillick on Friday, November 6. I could not put it down!
Santa is here on Monday, November 9 with her review of A Lady's Guide to Mischief and Mayhem by Manda Collins. This historical romantic mystery is one of my most anticipated books of the fall.
On Tuesday, November 10 stop by for my review of The Flip Side, a British romcom by James Bailey. Would you turn your love life over to the flip of a coin?
If you loved Anne Gracie's Chance sisters as much as I did, you'll want to stop by on Wednesday, November 11 for my review of The Christmas Bride. This delightful extended-length novella (125 pages) tells the long-awaited story of Blake "Ash" Ashton, the mysterious fourth partner of Flynn & Co. who until now has refused to return to England.
Thursday, November 19 brings the tour review of It's Raining Men by Rich Amooi, a romcom that's sure to tickle your funny bone and touch your heart.
Nancy will be here on Tuesday, November 24 to share her thoughts about Archangel's Sun, the 13th book in Nalini Singh's Guild Hunter's series. This series is a must-read for fans of paranormal romance.
Wrapping up the month on Monday, November 30 will be my review of How to Catch a Queen by Alyssa Cole. This highly anticipated contemporary romance is the first book in Cole's new Runaway Royals series.
Well, you have given me a list of books I really need. Thanks for the list. I am more into historicals. And you have given me some I really want to read.ReplyDelete
I hope everyone is taking care and staying safe.
I'm looking forward to catching up on my reading in Nov and Dec. Looking forward to the last 3 listed above!ReplyDelete
Lots of good stories in that list!!ReplyDelete
lots of wonderful books!ReplyDelete
Some really good sounding books in that lineup for November. I see a couple of historical romances I'm interested in.ReplyDelete
SO many great books!!!ReplyDelete
I see some great historical romance books here.ReplyDelete
I would reccomend Murder At Queen's Landing by Andrea Penrose, the fourth (?) in the Wrexford and Sloane series. Such wonderful characters and a sweet love story. These would make a GREAT TV series.ReplyDelete