We did it! We made it through 2020. I have to admit, I don't think I've ever been so happy to bid a year farewell, turn the page, and welcome new possibilities. Here's hoping there are good ones on the horizon. What I know for sure is on the horizon is a plethora of new books to make us laugh, cry, sigh with delight, and lose ourselves in journeys to happily-ever-after. Here's what's happening at The Romance Dish in January.
Kicking things off on Wednesday, January 6 is a review of The Ballad of Hattie Taylor, a historical western romance by Susan Andersen.
Next up on Friday, January 8 is an excerpt from The Ultimate Betrayal by Kat Martin, a romantic suspense thriller recently released in Mass Market Paperback.
Monday, January 11 brings a review of Someday My Duke Will Come by Christina Britton. This historical romance is book two in Britton's Isle of Synne series. *Rescheduled to Wednesday, January 13.
Join me Tuesday, January 12 when I share my thoughts about Special Ops Seduction, the fifth book in Megan Crane's Alaska Force romantic suspense series.
If you're an Ilona Andrews fan you won't want to miss my review of Blood Heir on Thursday, January 14. This novel launches a new series set within Andrews' Kate Daniels world.
Friday, January 15 is a twofer! Stop by for the cover reveal of The Guardian by Kimberly Kincaid, book two in her Intelligence Unit series.
Then come back for my tour review of The Forever Girl, the sixth (standalone) book in Jill Shalvis's Wildstone series.
On Thursday, January 21, I'll be heading north to Alaska with my review of Sarah Morgenthaler's Enjoy the View, the third book in her Moose Springs, Alaska series.
We head back to Medieval times on Monday, January 25 with a review of Highland Defender by Kathryn LeVeque, the second book in her Scots and Swords series.
Want a peek at The Heiress Gets a Duke by Harper St. George? I'll be sharing an excerpt from this Gilded Age romance that launches St. George's Gilded Age Heiresses series on Tuesday, January 26.
Reunited on Dragonfly Lane finds us back in Sweetwater Springs for another heart-tugging contemporary romance by Annie Rains. Check out my review on Wednesday, January 27.
Wrapping up the month on Saturday, January 30 will be an excerpt from The Vineyard at Painted Moon, a new women's fiction tale from Susan Mallery.
That's the schedule (so far) for January. Be sure to check back throughout the month for updates.
What are you looking forward to this first month of 2021? Any books on your must-read list?
What are you reading now? I'm reading an advance copy of Redemption by Inara Scott, the third book in her Bad Angels contemporary romance series. I'm really enjoying it.
I've spent the first few days of 2021 cleaning out my office/home library and you know what that means. Books looking for new homes!
Two randomly chosen people who post a comment before 11:00 PM (EST), January 5 will each receive a package of books from my stash.
*Must be 18
*U.S. addresses only